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So how I do reviews is I go by the three main ratings and then add them all up to see what the total is. Because I think it's fair. And as for the plot of the story, I read up to chapter five. At this point in time, the story is at nine chapters. So reading over half of the novel and getting a good chunk out of it I can say a few things about it. First off the plot is okay. I think it just hits a few rough patches with delivery. Because the mood shifts from box, melancholy, romantical, drama, but never stays in it so long to bask in it. See the characters are good, the description of the background is meh, and for dialog, I think that it could be spruced up. Just to make it more emotional and dramatic. So as far as the plot goes it's very box-like and only really brings out emotion once in a while. Not very hooking to say the least. But the story itself from what I gathered is four people, all lovers to be, there's one that's a stubborn jackass but a sweet heart beneath it all, the other is a leader that once had a golden heart but had it crushed very very early, and two other women that I can't remember their names. But they were cute from what I remember with their interaction with the other cast. So for the plot, I'm docking two stars, because the main problem that the plot has it that theirs, is not a lot of emotion to connect to. Bearly enough to make it bearable to read, but not enough that it hooks and drags me through the pages. And as for the other reason is that along with little to no emotion the descriptions were meh at best. Not ever painting a clear picture for my mind. So three stars for the plot. #3
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Now for writing style, I've mentioned that it's a very box-like way of writing. Very blunt tries to use emotion but fail. I think the author was trying their best to make it where we try to focus on the characters more than their surroundings and that's fine but not for this book. Like I'm not the author or the one that had this idea. So it's kind of harsh to say that bit. But there is a reason why authors go ass over the mouth with details in even the simplest kitchen. Because it paints an image that can sway audiences. And this fails to do that. It wants you to just picture the characters and that's fine too. It's not like it hasn't been done before. For instance, Wereworld by Curtis Jobling mainly focuses on the characters and very little background detail. But it's a fantasy action. Which is why that works. Because a battle scene is already a very clear picture in the reader's mind. So you don't have to go very detailed and can focus that detail on the characters. But for a story of this category, it just fails. So I'm docking two stars. Making the total for writing style down to a three.
Okay so last but not least technical writing skills. I'm glad to say that there were no spelling errors, no formatting errors, and the wording of sentences couldn't be better. The book excels in this with amazing grammar and spelling. And it deserves the five stars here. I just want to note that I'm not trying to be harsh. I did think that the content of the story could be great, it just was bland and very blunt in the details. Leaving very little or too much imagination for the reader.
But the story "The Rest Of Heaven" written by "Aquiteplace." (Sorry if I butchered it) is a story that shows struggle, and a melancholy plot as our heroes venture out into their world. I did look at the other reviews and saw that they were all five stars and said that they had terrific poetic structure and that the characters were cleverly plotted throughout the story. And that's cool. This review is mainly my opinion not meant to troll. Just a perspective. And my view was that the story was bland for a fantasy adventure novel to be. But I think you as a reader should strive to see the book for yourself and make your own opinion. But 11/15 is somewhere around a high C or a low B. And giving the story a benefit of the doubt I'll give it an overall rating of 4/5. Congratulations author.