A little bit from Maestroh's review of Daniels' book:
My criticism of this book is (unsurprisingly) extensive, and despite 300 pages to lay out his case, Daniels's case is so transparently goofy and incomplete that minimal intelligence could see through it. In fact, if Daniels cut out the KJVO preaching to the choir, his book would have about half as many pages.
It is also crystal clear from an early page that this isn't really Daniels's research so much as it is a regurgitation of literally hundreds of repetitive Internet posts that Avery, who cannot even read Sinaiticus and would not be able to pick it out of a lineup of similar looking manuscripts, has posted online the past four years.
Indeed, Avery's name appears eleven times on eleven pages. Kallinikos, the supposed source of virtually all of the conspiratorial information, appears eighteen times on only eight pages and Uncle Benedict, supposedly the inspiration for Simonides and called "famous" (which could likewise be said about O.J. Simpson) by Daniels - appears only eight times.
The reason for this will be discussed below as it is one of the major problems with Daniels's book. But the simple truth is that the book is almost nothing save some rewritten Internet posts collected into a book and sent out to the public as the original thoughts of a conspiracy theorist. Even some of the chapter titles have their roots in Steven Avery's warped imagination of reality.
For example, the chapter "Coloring the Truth" takes its name from an Avery post on The Biblical Criticism and History Forum posted on January 7, 2016; the chapter "Who Darkened Sinaiticus" is taken from a post placed on CARM one day later and the same title posted on Theology Web on April 12, 2016. One similarly worded title about "a smoking gun" is on Avery's own Pure Bible Forum and was posted April 4, 2016