Just to make the joke about Buzzfeed clear, Sarah Miller also reviews really good books with the same smarmy happiness that she reviews really bad books. Here's the review of Moby-Dick:

“Moby-Dick” was written in a cozy study with original fixtures in a beautiful house in the Berkshires—which is just spectacular at this time of year—by a talented writer and devoted husband and father named Herman Melville (who might have been gay, and that’s O.K.!). “Moby-Dick” is about a whale. This is good news because the ocean, a whale’s habitat, is majestic and powerful, and as we stand at its edge we are able to experience both transcendence and humility, which is such a gift.

The characters are as rollicking and fun as the ocean setting. The narrator, Ishmael, is just a really good guy, while Ahab, a ship’s captain, allows us to remember that anger happens when we don’t process our sadness, which is every bit as precious as our joy. Ultimately, “Moby-Dick” is a gripping story about a diverse group of men putting aside their differences to create lifelong friendships on a hand-crafted sailboat.

I can't think of a better illustration of why all-positive book reviews all the time is a bad idea. Click here for similar "reviews" of Fifty Shades of Grey, Bill O'Reilly's Lincoln book, and "The First Phone Call from Heaven" by Mitch Albom.