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The TV show, Lost, was pretty popular. Lots of women liked it, and it was, shockingly, fantasy. I never watched Lost until streaming Netflix, where I decided I'd watch Season 1 to see if it was even close to the hype. I made the time to watch it, and it was, if anything, not hyped enough. I think if the critic were to give the show a chance or read the book, she might change her tune.

Great characters and stories are what keeps people coming back for more. Cliffhangers don't hurt either. The only question here is whether the actors in Game can deliver, and how well the story can be translated onto the screen. I'm optimistic about it. I'm hoping it will be even better than Lost.

It seems to me the critic just didn't want to be bothered with having to watch something associated with the genre. She then took it a step further and displayed her ignorance to all. Dumb. Why did she even bother? Did she have an abusive brother who hit her with his fantasy books? Surely there's something personal behind that review.

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