Coal

Over the Rainbow

Hi, I'm Coal and I am a book writer with a taste for the creepy and paranormal. Nice to meet yall.

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I would definitely recommend reading

I love this story a ton, and defiantly recommend reading it because I love the detail and how they are not afraid to curse. Many people, I have read some books that sparingly curse, and rarely will it be as much as this person here. I also like how slowly you are given this character's backstory. While it may not be apparent, there are some times when we see into his past. However, there are some grammar mistakes that you can see, like commas and missing some 'and's. However, I can't wait to see how this story will progress.

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Confusing but kinda see where its going

It's a very fast paced book, it also doesn't have many setting descriptions. Also some of the grammar like the start of a sentence or the i's not being capatilized. I also didnt really understand most the story. However, I can see bits and peices of what could be a wonderful story once this things are fixed.

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Must Read

This book is really good, the plot is there and ready, and the suspense is oh so lovely. I'm a huge picky ready and this book is something I could binge. There may be some commas missing and chunky paragraphs {I do slim paragraphs, that's how I write so could be disregarded.} Honestly, they are easy to look over as you read this, it's not too fast but it ain't too slow either. Quick recommendation when writing instead of, "and poof they were gone", instead try, " and then. poof! They were gone." However, I would ask someone better at writing than me. Never stop writing, I love this book.

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Great book

I love this book and I would defiantly recommend it because he has such an exotic story only problem is how thick some of the speaking paragraphs are. After the person speaks do not add such big descriptions. Instead, make a new paragraph and put some really good detail there. That's my opinion, but it depends greatly on the writer. Super minor grammar mistakes but unless you are really looking for those they aren't easy to see. Despite those, I can't wait to see where this goes and if he decides to, he could probably publish this book, if he so decided to.

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