Malik Rosser is one of the upcoming writers of our age, according to me. Saying he's good doesn't give him justice. I say he's amazing.
This book, Betrayal is Inevitable, is a thrilling fantasy based off of common characters like magicians, vampires, rogues... etc. The story line is unique, and the characters are very lovable, a quality a lot of books miss.
Hopefully publishing is coming up soon, b/c this is one book that would make your bookshelf look complete.
The Unlikely Prince is a recommended book for all ages. The classic fairy-tale characters make the story easy to follow, without much descriptions needed, but the story line fills in for all that. The Prince was my personal favorite character. He was a peppy, amusing character who had interesting ways of doing things. Having him in a modern setting, along with all the others, made things a little interesting. I kept thinking, "This is like Enchanted!" All in all it was a pleasure to read. I suggest adding it to your library, as it'll take you half an hour to read and leave you feeling good.
Enter the modern fantasy world!
I'm a huge fan of Peter pan. Ever since I read Peter and the Starcatchers, along with all the others, by Dave Barry and Ridley Pearson, he's been one of my favorite fantasy characters. Seeing his name here made me leap at a chance for a new perspective. I began to read, and was filled with awe at Zachs talent to write.
It is beautifully written, with the talents of a NYT Bestseller! Though, you'd have to get this published with Disney Hyperion... I thought that you rocked at bringing this story to life. We writers can all imagine our worlds, but only a few of us can bring it forwards in the best words.
I started to read this and was like, "Oh, great. Another flying story. It'll be all the usual stuff yadah yadah."
Then I got into it.
Let me tell u, Lynda has amazing talent. Her story seems a little amateur at the beginning, as far as the writing goes, but soon the words take hold of you and draw you into their captivating clutches. This story has it all, everything that is needed to capture you, well, at least me!
I recommend looking this over. It may not be your style, but at least give it a shot.
This story is amazing. The style, the description, it all drags you in. The characters are mostly the well known characters from King Arthur. There's Merlin, the sword: Excalibur. I recommend reading this through, at least a little, as it's a very satisfying read.
I added it to my reading list after reading the first two paragraphs. I can only hope that you love it as much as I am...
My Thoughts on Catalyst Moon
Okay, let's face it. Lauren L. Garcia is one of the best writers I've ever found on the internet. Her story snatches you up as the descriptions trigger your imagination to see what Lauren saw while writing it. From the catchy title to the characters, you can't leave this book world.
I can see why Inkitt published her. There probably would've been a riot if they didn't, lol.
All in all, you have to leave reality for a few hours and just read this. I promise you that all fantasy lovers will put Lauren on their favorite author list.
It's hard to find online sci-fi stories that are different than Hunger Games, Maze Runner, or Divergent... But I have found one today and it's making me happy. This story was interesting from the very first sentence and I've found that it covers ground that not a lot of sci-fi stories do... The author is unique and fun, and the characters are very believable.
This is a definite must read for any sci-fi lovers. Even though it's a first draft it's really good.
This book is definitely a must-read. K. Weikel is an old friend of mine and it's amazed me how she's grown in her writing skills, writing little kidish stories and now making these awesome sci-fi adventures.
This book is going to be available in paperback after October 14, so if you read paper better then buy it because it's something everyone should take time to read.
The art that this writer uses to express himself in his writing astounds me. The characters are realistic, humorous, and serious all at the same time. The dialogue is amazing!
Aside from a few grammar mistakes... I personally think this is a charming read. It has you following through a fantasy plot that may remind you of a couple well-known fairy-tales. But that makes it a lot easier since I can compare differences.
All in all great job so far!
Reading all night!
After reading the first few chapters of this book I immediately bought it. It took me a couple chapters before I was fully into it, but after that it was all smooth reading. I stayed up basically all night, saying I'd stop after the next chapter. Each cliff hangar hooked me and begged for more until I was disappointed to find that both books were done.
The characters were realistic and lively and the story had excellent dialogue. All in all it was amazing and everyone should be reading this sci-fi thriller.
A Thrilling Read...
I'd read several chapter of this novel, but it wasn't until our library recently bought this book that I was able to get fully into the story. As a friend of this author, and a fan of many of her works, I can truthfully say that this book will not disappoint the readers looking for a unique fantasy story (With mermaids, magic, and lots of secrets) It's the best thing K. Weikel has ever written, and is full of surprising twists and turns.
There were a few things that I read that seemed... like they weren't part of this fantasy style. It would go from thrilling fantasy with chases and magic precautions to floating figures and people turning into pigs. I thought it was ended well, but a few things would have been better. (I personally wanted Damian to be imprisoned or killed)
All in all it was very good, and inspired me to write... I recommend reading it to everyone out there.
This book is amazing. I recently read it, as I begged our library to buy it. They did, and after reading through the entire thing, I've realized how complicated K. Weikel gets. The ideas in this book were mostly unique, though there were a few that were... cliche. The idea of a serum that changed the people into strange pink monster thingies was interesting, though hard to wrap my head around.
The story was full of twists and turned that left me speechless. Besides a few spelling errors, there wasn't anything wrong with it. The characters were diverse and unique in their own ways. The book left off at a cliff hanger, now I have to get out library to buy the next two... UGH!
I recommend spending time (took me two hours) to read this book and fully digest it. It has a few lessons that I picked out from between the lines.
I first read the prologue, and began to wonder if this was a fact book, lol. The way it was written made me think of the history books that we're studying in school. I would call it an introduction, not a prologue... Other than that, I was blown away.
Most dragon stories are repetitive, but this one had something about it (The aura? JK) that made it seem unique. The names and characters were amazingly created, and the dialogue wasn't like a perfect comeback TV script, it was like normal everyday conversations.
Great job so far, I can see why u were chosen to be published!
One disappointment... I'm not that far, so correct me if I'm wrong, but I thought that the violet dragon was gonna bond with her. That would have been amazing...
I started to read this, excited about the story line. The writing style only made me more excited, I was stunned by Mikes ability to put this kind of story into words. It's Dashner-style, simple but sophisticated... (Makes sense to me, lol!)
The beginning was a tad confusing, as I thought she was being cut but then it was Will. But after that, everything was perfect!
Keep up the AMAZING work!
I got a free copy, cause who doesn't want a free copy of a book? I wasn't so sure when I saw the beginning; a prophecy or something. At first I thought it was gonna be a poem story and I was like, "I'm done!", but then I got to the first chapter...
Manisha (awesome name) has an excellent imagination. He/she (not sure of the gender) knows how to word the story, but could still use a little help, not that I'm much better which you'll see when I post a story. The characters were very opened and you were immediately drawn into their life struggles. The names were impossible to memorize but they were one-of-a-kind!
I think that this has a sporting chance in the contest.
May the odds be ever in your favor!
P. S. I might be entering if I can write fast enough, lol.
Captivation from Chelsea
I wasn't drawn into this story until I saw what it was about. The concept of those planets and starmakers made me wanna see what it was all about. The story started out with the creation of the universe and how twelve planets came to be. It was fun to see what Chelsea had come up with.
I felt bad when they were attacked. The way it was written made you want to cry. Chelsea did a good job with her descriptions, writing in a way that captured the reader more and more as they went in.
I recommend sitting down and reading this. It may not be the best written story on here, but it's still interesting.
Great job Chelsea!
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