R. J. Evangelista

"Go big or go home!", they say. The thing is, I'm already home.

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WOOHOO!

First I’d like to realize this story for how much freakin’ work was put into it two-hundred and- Fourty? Something? LOTS OF PAGES! Lots of words, time and effort put into this story. It could use some love, just sayin’. But besides that, this story not only takes us on a quest of character development and adventure, but let’s us view over the beauty of author improvement! Page one? *cough* could use some editing, but page 150? Great? Do I know exactly what chapter I’m referring to? No, no I do not, but do I get the gist, yes I do! Give this book a shot, what’s the worst that could happen?

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Wow… Just Wow!

I don’t have much to say about this. It speaks for itself. The one thing I’ll say is that you’re devoted to this future. Just the fact you’re writing in a foreign language nearly shocks me! At this rate, you’ll be a New York times bestselling author by the end of your prime if not sooner!

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WOOHOO!

Strong start! You’ll see find that you’ll get increasingly better as you write, and after this type of start, you’ve got a nice, strong book! Keep it up!

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Wait- Noel is Leon spelled backwards!

love dystopian novels, and this book is a perfect example of why! Before I get all dramatic, I just want to say, Noel is Leon spelled backwards! Yeah, I just figured that out, I'm not the brightest. Anyway, the overall feel of the book reminds me of "Tripods", a book where two kids run away from these massive three legged UFOs who have abducted and killed everyone on the planet. They run into the forest, and don't come out, and have to fight their way to survival. Leaning more towards the dystopian side, would be the giver, another great novel. Whether or not this combination of stories was purposeful, I don't know, but in the end, it doesn't matter because this is truly a great book!

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40 Reviews!

I couldn’t help but write the 40th review… Great job!

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WOOO

To be honest, I was almost overwhelmed when I saw the length of the chapters. but hey, that only means you put more effort into it! I love the amount of detail you put into the characters, from their clothing, to their dirty mouths! When reading to story, I could make a clear image in my head of the setting, characters, and general mood, and I have to say, I love it! My only advice is to tone down the cursing a bit, not too much, but there were some sentences where it didn't seem necessary, making the quote sound more like the part of an argument, rather than a friendly conversation. Overall, this story i great, so keep it up!

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Beautiful!

This book is absolutely amazing! To be honest, I generally don't really like poetry. I find it slow, boring, and overly simple. I like music, but in my eyes, that's a bit different because it's audible, and has many different layers besides the words themselves. However, this book is like a book of written lyrics, music to my eyes! Each chapter has a different feel to it, being either dramatic, deep, powerful, depressing, or saddening, or wise, and often a combination of multiple of these things! It's truly interesting to see the events of someones life in few words. These 'few words' give a clear image of the listed events in the poems, and in general is simply great!

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Please Continue!

Very descriptive, and just as intriguing! It's amazing to see another Alice in Wonderland story, especially including everyone's favorite character (I would think) The Mad Hatter! Please continue the book!

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I Love it!

I love this! it's not often I use those words to describe my feelings toward something, but this is simply great! Bions friend is filled with motivation and glee, while Bion himself displays a kind of gloom and sadness. It's a beautiful character combination, while also very Ironic! I also love your choice of words through out the story. They're not to sophisticated, but not to simple either. There is not much happening in the first chapter, it serves its exact purpose as the introductory, and over all, the story is just great!

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Keep Going!

This book looks over a very common subject about inequality over woman, from those who see themselves as greater or more powerful. There have been many like this except set back in time where maids struggled to satisfy their employer. This book, however, has the same effect, but sees to the troubles of modern days. This is a very popular subject, and I believe that it will engage many people, and reveal some truth about woman injustice and inequality!

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Great Book so far!

A good book is that of which one can relate to directly. The Wrong Train is a story which focuses on relation entirely. If readers can relate to a character and feel reassurance that they are not alone in this world, I believe that this is all it takes to create a great book, even if the author is doing so unintentionally. Keep writing, your stories can help others!

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The twenty first century in a nut shell

Scars on my Black overlooks multiple, modern day problems from the view of a black man. Not only is Kevin black, but he must also suffer the inequality, and injustice of his thoughts, such as his gay thoughts. I feel that this book will be very reassuring to those with any single one of the problems that Kevin is put though, and this, not only is creative and original, but allows others to relate, therefore creating a great book. Keep on keepin' on!

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Greatly Needed

I don't only feel this way about this book, but also about "Scars on my Black". Both of your books seem to walk along the path of injustice, in-equality and criticism. Throughout the years, as these things get more and more popular, these types of people will need more reassurance, and I believe your books help with just that.

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Avatar?

This book reminds me very much of my favorite show series, Avatar The Last Air bender! The concept of elemental wielders, and harmony, all lead back to the back story of the avatar. I love it!

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Interesting!

First of all, I see multiple things I already love, just in the intro! First of all, the authors name, Artemis, represents the Greek goddess of the hunt. Now, the title, and concept, "New beginnings" is a representation in Egyptian mythology, where each day, the Egyptians didn't only believe each day was a chance to start over, or usualy stated "a new day", but they also believed each day was a new world! I'm not exactly sure if these references are purposeful, but it is hard to believe that such things would be coincidental. References such as this, can pull in many readers, and I do think myself as one of them!

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