Where does Amazon get off censoring its reviews?
A week ago GINNY GOOD had 61 reviews at Amazon.com. Now it has 36. Amazon arbitrarily got rid of 25 reviews. What's up with that? Here are two reviews that Amazon in its wisdom didn't get rid of; the first is truly funny insofar as GG doesn't really have a lot to do with pro wrestling in the 60s and the second is seriously silly since the "reviewer" read only "a few" pages (which is very likely a lie) and it was one of the reviews Amazon chose to highlight.
This happened to a client of mine. One day there were 16 good reviews, the next day there were 8. No explanation. My client was not the kind of guy to let that pass, so he contacted Amazon. I did too of course, but the client really did most of the work here. He dogged their asses for months. FINALLY they emailed back that there was a glitch and they would fix it. MORE emails, more standing around, then it was fixed, and remains so.
Computers despite all novels of Robert Heinlein to the contrary are neither human nor perfect. They're like agents: inhuman and subject to random acts of mindless idiocy and favoritism.
You can fix this but you have to get on it, stay on it, and (pay attention Gerard) be NICE.