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can everybody just listen to me and consider my ideas instead of sayin that I'm trash and then move on?
Reviewed in the United States on July 20, 2020
listen to me steve the noob, read the first ever steve the noob book. the very first one. now determine what age group that book would fit in with. to me it looks like it goes well with the 6-10 age group. since then, your readers grew up, started giving you other ideas, and you followed them, and that raised your age audience by two whole years. then you attracted older and older kids and started listening to their ideas and so on. soon this series will be in the age group of teens. TEENS. not kids like you thought you would entertain, no. just TEENS. I hope you will read my suggestion, go sit down somewher quiet, and seriously rethink your series. this may sound negative to some people, but this is an honest suggestion for older readers, go read something else thats more age appropriate and stop tormenting steve with your crazy ideas! for haters, you may be right, you may be wrong, but dont forget that the things you say, are your opinions, so stop trying to make them feel like the truth. I try to review honestly, unlike the people who continue to give steve an insane amount of pride. and when all of these peoples requests come in when the next book comes out, then he sits for days trying to please you and you just ignore the actual things that are bad and act like it's perfect. and because of this, steve writing style has stayed the same for THIRTY FREAKING BOOKS, possibly more! all because of the constant pampering that you give steve! and when all of that builds up, he cant take it anymore and he gets depressed. if something bad then happens, then he will most likely stop writing books and give up entirely. some of you recognize this from cube kid. yes, it happened to him too. so here's some advice to the reviewers. stop giving reviews saying its perfect and ingoring the actual things that make it bad. and the ideas that you reviewers give him are so identical to the last ones, that the book is the same storyline, just different problems. and finally, stop asking for characters in the book or anything in the book. The ideas that you give are distracting and just filling up the book with usless stuff. I mean, does a nacho restaurant actually contribute to the storyline? or a dance studio? people, you have to slow down. you are making steve move on from one thing to another so fast that steve cant keep up. so just read the book, review on whether or not you liked the book, tell him ways that he can improve and move on. STOP GIVING STEVE IDEAS. if you read this far and agree with me, then click the helpful button. and if you dont agree, well what can I say? its your opinion.