Morgana Flintstone

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Simply Amazing

There isn't really another way to put this. I absolutely loved this story from start to finish. The characters were lovable, interesting, and, above all, relatable. The character development was on point (the princess' journey from ignorant of her kingdom's affairs to arranging a treaty -with help of course-, Snulf's journey from his low self-esteem to his eventual bending of the rules and acceptance of his talents, Tik's journey from being selfish to honourable, the king's growing love for his second daughter) and it wasn't too rushed, like many authors make the mistake of doing. The plot was engaging and the moment was plot line ended, you began another one, which made the story so much better. Your writing style is the perfect blend of simple yet satisfying, not too complicated and not too bland. The small bits of humour and romance added nice touches, keeping the story fresh. Throughout the entire story, the technical writing skills were A-grade, and I can hardly remember any mistakes, seeing as the characters and plot distracted me. All in all, this was an amazing read and definitely one that I would recommend to uncertain readers.

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My Oh So Humble Opinions

This was an extremely exciting read from beginning to end and I'm am so glad that I found your story. I loved the battle tactics and the hidden romance and the betrayals because I'm a sadistic person who has a soft spot for that kind of thing. Moving on!
Throughout the entire story, I counted maybe two or three typos, which is very impressive. I love your style because of how it is simple and easy to understand but at the same time powerful, with wonderful descriptions and dialogue, which is something that I'm sure appeals to many people. I especially love how Caleum was the one to finally defeat Peior. At some parts of the story I felt like Eliana was portrayed as the one who could do everything and Caleum was merely the uptight watchdog. Caleum's battle of Peior did help balance that a little but not completely. Overall, I really enjoyed your story and I can't wait to read your other works.

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