I'm a great believer in drafting. It's been proven that a nice makeover can turn the clunkiest story into a smooth, tight novel, all the more so with outside help. Isn't that what reviews are for?
When I review I don't say things like "I hated this", or "such and such was terrible", I try to give tips as to how (in my opinion) it can be made better for the next draft, along with saying what I like and enjoyed. I'd honestly appreciate it if you could do the same, thanks.