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Dollhouse-masterpiece

Thsi was one of the rare occasions that a book makes me actually cry! This was such a perfect book. The plot in this was amazing, filled with plot twists, unexpected events and realistic drama. The characters were greatly done, with their own flaws, weaknesses and their own lonely ways of dealing with problems that fell upon their family.
Although I must say there were a few gramatical errors at the start of the book, later I just got too sucked in to care about spotting any at all.
So in the end I couldn't put this book I down until reached the ending and I hadn't seen such an astonishing drama novel like this one for a while now. I bow to the author for such a masterpiece. ๐Ÿ’– ๐Ÿ˜

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Epic!

Thank you!๐Ÿ’–
This was probably one if the best books I've ever read! I really loved the world the author created which was really interesting and different from anything I've read. The whole dividing system with the black and white masks...
Moreover the enemy was astonishigly well created! He gave me the creeps every time he'd appeared, also was a really memorable character. And especially loved his backstory!
Talking about other characters, I think they were briliant as well, because everyone was different, in looks personalities, goals, and the way it turned out for them (talking about Twitch, Victoria, Becca...)
One downside, which wasn't that much of a bad thing woud be, that the writting style was sometimes too fast pacing, in suspense, action scenes, yes it was good, but I'd still woud like it to sometimes stop for a moment and give a breather.
Anything else was pure gold, and I can't thank the author enough, so Thank you again, this work will stay in my head for years!
Can't wait to read the next part!๐Ÿ˜

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Lyrical Soul

Well I don't know, how to ecactly feel about this book...

So as always, the good parts: I liked the charcters, and how they acted sometimes, also the flaws of the main character, how he wanted to over come them in the end. Besides that I liked Yinsen, he was a fantastical teacher figure, and some of his speeches about photography, life and how the taken pictures can be relevent to it, were insparational. Also it was interesting to see, how the title was actually used in the book, in order to explain Vin and Yinsen.

On the other side: in my opinion, which is subjective, the novel could've expanded the writing style, use it to explore the characters (their motivations, feelings perhaps) or the scenery. Secondly the summary rather tricked me, I think it should reflect more about the struggles and inner changes of Vincent, since that's, what the book is about, and leave Yinsen to the back of it, because when I started to read this, I was hoping for him to be the one of the main characters.... Anyway those were just my thoughts.

Finally, this was still an enjoyable small read. Thank you, author, really much for writing this! and good luck on your future novels! ^^

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The Footstep Thief

This was an astonishing mystery novel!

This book tackled a few separate mysteries, that entertwined with each other neatly. For instance Stephanie's want to figure out the reason behind her brother's suicide, the mystery of the infamous 'Book of Death', or the Grey Nurse, who haunted the university's hospital and other secrets, that are hidden in the characters' lives.

This novel's writing style was really vivid at portraying the feelings of the characters, their emotions and the atmosphere, which particuliarly captivated me. I felt as if the written ocean, or the gloomy hallways of the hospital, appeared in front of my eyes, filled with every sighting, sound or smell. Besides the behavioral responses of the characters were realistic, because they had habits, flaws, and goals of their own, making them stand out. I personally loved Henryk, especially the way he acted, and the very first scene of him, which maybe thrown me off. Anyway, it was a pleasure to intake this beautifully crafted novel.

Lastly there weren't any grammatical or spelling mistakes, at least I hadn't spotted them to be bothered enough.

In the end, a powerful mystery/drama novel that I wholeheartedly recommend to people, who'd be interested in this genre. This is a hidden gem!๐ŸŒŸ

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"We are on the same side, Lara."

This novel's plot was astonishing!

I loved both Lara and Will, they were amazing characters to follow. Besides I really enjoyed the built routine of Lara, and seeing how her normal days gradually spiralled out of control. The ending was just insane, in a good way, mind blowing even! I liked, dare I say, absurdity spreading through out the town, and how people remained oblivious to the problem, this really added to the horror. I also believe this novel executed the main mystery really well here, the knowledge to understand the cause of the happenings pleagued me nearly as much as it did for the main character. I loved to make my own theories about the truth, through out reading the novel, that was just how much I desired to know and enjoyed reading.

The plot was the strong suit of this novel, but the grammar should be edited, there were some places, where the words repeated, or some of the letters were missing, although I noticed this mostly at the start and the middle, because nearing the end, the grammar became a lot better. This did not disturb my enjoyment though...

Another small issue, in my opinion, would be the writing style, at least that's, what I noticed in the dialogue - somewhere in the begining of the novel - between Lara and Will. The author used the words "amused" and "excited" to explain Will's mood a lot, I think this could be improved, by showing a little bit of that emotion, (for instance: smirked in amusement, widened his eyes, snickered, etc.) And not labelling it under one vague word. I think this would create a clearer image. But, hey, these are just my thoughts...

๐ŸŒŸ In the end, this was trully an outstanding horror novel, and probably one of the best I've read on Inkitt. So thank you really much to the author for sharing this memorable piece of art! I recomend this novel to people, who are into eye-catching mysteries and chilling horror scenes, if you are, then this novel is one not to miss.๐Ÿ‘

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A worthful, enjoyable book

This is a story, that shows a complex relationship between two boys in 1981, fighting the distance between them, naรฏvety and doubt.

I loved this book for the philosophical sentences about choices of life, how does it builds the path to us, and gender identity. Also the XX century atmosphere was really vivid and the differencing lifestyles (especially Ellie's) and views of it, were a pleasure to intake. There were moment of really weird imagery with a hint of a nearly fantastical elements of a ghost, which I really enjoyed. By the way, the fact that the author purposefully had not revealed the main character's name made the novel stand out.

What I didn't like about this novel was the stagnant ending. The conflicts and the doubts of the characters in the book were clear and were solved through out the story, leaving the ending quite empty with nothing new, so instead building to the climax, it just stopped near the end. Besides it wasn't really clear, what was the goal of the main character in the present. Was it to find Ellie, or to change the view of the past? Finally the writing style was more telling than showing.

In the end it was an enjoyable novel for the summer, a worthful read in my opinion, especially for the philosophical sense.

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Masterful Ending!

Finally, it's the end, and I have to say that I will miss this trilogy, it was an amazing journey!

So first of all, I loved the climax, the build up to it, and the unique backstories of the Gods (Sytry, Remiel) I'm still crying for a few deaths of my beloved characters, but it was a priceless ending nonetheless, and it had it's sweet moments, especially how things turned out for Helios and Riyo, Neriah and Theo and others...

Anyway the whole turmoil with the Gods and the fight between Remiel and Sytry was fabuliously made, alongside Psykhe vs. Merine.. I loved what you did with Tovi and pheonix, that was really unexpected. By the way the idea in the ending of rebellion being more of a family to Elias than Maxa was really cool, also the explanation about the Kara family's backstory, it made the ending connect with the fist book's beginning.

Anyway, a worth emotional read, that I will treasure in my memory and that I'll recomend to my brother for sure. Thank you for writing this trilogy, A. Meraki! ๐Ÿ’ž๐Ÿ’ž๐Ÿ’ž๐Ÿ’ž๐Ÿ’ž

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Colorful!

I stumbled on a trully gorgeous and meaningful poetry collection. The words flow really nicely, and the meaning is harsh but worthful. I liked hwo the main idea of the three colors: black, white and red were implemented into these poems, creating a cycle that ties the title and the poems together. I recommed this collection to people that enjoy beautifully crafted words, and short but stunning poems.

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Suspenseful and Heartwarming

Well I was finally able to finish the second book in the Paramythi trilogy! โค And so here are I my thoughts:

Firstly, the writing style was amazing, and the grammar sparkless. Now, onto the "meaty" part.

So the characters portraits were deepened, and I saw very different viewpoints, like Phobos for instance (loved that name by the way, and how the ending played out for her. I didn't expected that...) I adored Helios and Riyo's arc, but, dear, I'm sad for what they had been through, anyway they were so adorable together, and I can't wait to see how will everything play out for them, perhaps I should say for everyone, because the ending of the book really hit me emotionally, and I think I shed a tear for Zyki. Oh and that basket of fruit tradition was the cutest thing ever, and the person who started it (Kane), there'a just too many wonderful characters here, that I care about, probs for that!

Another point I want to go through - the chapter 'Moving On' (I just recall the title, if I got it right...)That chapter was packed with so much emotions, and really good sentences that were like inspiration to me, for instince, Neriah's words about A prophet going insane,if they heard everything a god had to say, and Zyki's - about Rebellion and family bonds, that last qoute was too beautiful - especially when I know the ending!

Lastly, thank you for expanding on the religion, those ideas were really cool, mostly talking about the idea, that Gods can posses people...

All in all a splendid sequel, had a wonderful time reading it. I guess all tha's left for me to say now is a huge: "thank you!"straight from the bottom of my heart to A. Meraki, best wishes to you, author, good luck!โค

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Dear Old Jack

Well, ok, this was an interesting mystery novel, that played with my head.
There were a lot of epic moments of plot movement, and I loved the chemistry between Jack and John, all their flirting instinces... Besides have to say the ending took me by surprise, but was satisfying one nonetheless, nearly drew tears, that's what good character atachment does.

Although, there were parts of the novel that I feel should be expanded. There was very little description in here, and the whole aura of 19th century wasn't touched that much. And the revelation of the father should be explained and added in my opinion, maybe even in psychological sense, because that could have made the novel way deeper and better, now there are loose ends.

Furthermore, there was one instince when Jack cut a piece of the whole brain and directly putted it on the microscope... Ah, sorry but that's not how it works, I apologise my medical brain's kicking in. Even if it was in the past, it would be literally impossible for a human to cut a 0,2 milimeter thick slice for the smear, before that, the whole thing must be soaked in formalin, and usually they don't take the whole organ for a sample but rather a piece of it, because otherwise they would need a lot if formalin... Anyway, I'll end this rant, all I have to say, that in my opinion, the author should've done some more research...

All in all this was a trully enjoyable novel!

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A Fascinating Fantasy

So this was a perfect start of a trilogy and an outstanding fantasy novel!

The characters' portraits were amazing, and were gradually revealed, deepened and I loved, how I was made to follow a different characters' Pov, thus got a better view of their backstories and the surrounding world. I think my favorite character was Psykhe though... The Galaxis past, and all the different races were a fascinating and imaginative idea as well.

The writing style was fast and well-paced, straight to the point. Meanwhile the plot -captivating, I could never know, what could happen next, I loved how the second chapter, where Theo was put on execution, got tied up with the ending chapters with Karnya,(was that his name?) that was a good plot movement, it caught me off guard.

I would want to know more of Emvolo's religion though, especially how did that statue (which was featured in the church, in the last chapters - the final battle) looked like. Maybe this will be expanded in the later books... There were a few missing commas especially in the ending chapters, but they hadn't disturbed the enjoyment.

Anyway, this was a real gem in terms of character designs and world building...

A huge thank you, and even bigger kudos goes to the author! Thank you for this trully outstanding piece of literature! Good luck, to you! โค

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Tragic, mystical, odd- Tantalus

Have to admit that this book was the most weirdest thing, that I have ever read, not necessarily in a bad way. I did love the symbolism, the meaningful legend, that tied together with the ending also the fantasy that had imtermitted, and mingled with reality. That had been astonishingly done. The dialogue was realistic. The ending, in my opinion, was gorgeously, but tragically done as well.

Although I believe, grammar should be improved in bere, especially the comma us in the dialogue. Also, the writing style was kind of choppy, lacked descriptions, and the skipping parts made me confused at the start, until I understood, that probably the characters themselves didn't remembered what happened in those unshowed instances. So I think that the author used this as a technicue. So that the readers would get a better look at a drug addicts life. If that's the case, I don't know if I liked that much. But technically it wasn't a bad book.

Anyway, if you are interested in drug abuse, or a good tragedy, try this one out, maybe something in here will stick out for you as well.โค

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Curiosity killed the cat

This was an intriguing and tense psychological thriller, one that I couldn't let go. The novel took an odd approach to mystery, one that made me immersed in this book all the more. The never ending secrets or twists and turns, the characters curiosity, the intriguing way, that the author used to tie every knot of the plot together, were such guilty pleasures, that I found myself wanting more of them.

Another thing, why I loved this book dearly, was the smooth change of the main characters. It worked wonders and created the world in front of my eyes.

A few things that should need polishing would be the writing style, in my opinion it could've explored the characters' personalities a little more, but this might be just a personal want. The other thing - grammar.

All in all, this is one of the most gripping, mystery novels here on Inkitt. A memorable, astonishing read, that will be remembered. Thank you, author.

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A New World enfolded in front of my eyes

This poetry book had a really beautiful imagery, that made my mind wander to all sorts of places. The poems were really creative, and carried a deep meaning, or a sad revelation behind all the beauty. It was mesmerising, and because of that I want to say a big thank you to the author. That was certainly a worthwhile read, and dreaming at the same time. I'll surely remember this, and probably come back from time to time to get lost in this crafted World once again.

I totally recommend this poetry book.

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Not my cup of tea

Well, I expected something better than this... And I feel kind of bad posting this negative review, considering how much I liked the first book.

I feel bad about writing this too.

Firstly what I liked, were the few well placed jokes that made me giggle, Im talking about aunt Gigi, she was amazingly funny and all those between Megan and Sam, nice.

But still this one, was not my cup of tea...

The writing style hadn't improved one bit, from the first book, it was plain, too much dialogue, and absolutely no descriptions. Also as this was written from the first person POV, the author could've easilly gone deeper into the characters emotions, their mind and through out the book I kept wishing, that it would be done... However my wishes went down the drain...

And the thing, that ticked me off just as well, maybe even more, was the lack of suspense. That was what I absolutely adored about assisting miss Adams, Sam's rebelious side, the drug trafficing, Sam's past and insecurities, the fights with Shay, the problem with the addict... Those were the things that made me love that book, and unfortunately this one had none of that..

Furthermore, side characters, yes we met new characters in here, the only problem, that they weren't explored, they were left like white sheets of paper, no appearance, no backstory, no personality traits.. The worst thing, I had wanted that, because i thought since these were one shots, it would be a perfect time to explore them, alas, no...

All in all, I wish the best to the author, and your future projects, and thank you again for 'Assisting miss Adams'.

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A Masterpiece without an ending

๐Ÿ’ŽWell, the story was interesting, even though it was short.

๐Ÿ’ŽI really enjoyed the given backstories of nearly every character here, that made the book stand out, be different, and helped me ro understand why are they doing things that they are doing in the novel.
๐Ÿ’ŽMy favorite character would be the Sheradin, because his arc nearly brought goosebumps on my back, they were mysterious and unsettling, in the built up atmosphere (which the author was a genius at by the way, great writing style) and since this was a horror novel, those few chapters did the job perfectly. The story as a whole didn't have that much horror, but the lingering feeling of uneasiness was present, so for me that was good enough

๐Ÿ’ŽFurthermore I enjoyed the XIX century build up in this novel, and it was really xciting to read, because that was what I was seeking for, and stumbled onto this novel. The captured century, the job of the police during that period, the wealthy life style was greatly shown. And made me emerged in this book even more.

๐Ÿ’ŽThe biggest problem with this novel is that it is unfinished, in so I'm left without the resolution, that is truly sad, I'll be praying that the author of this would make a sequel. Moreover there were a few misspelled words in the start of the novel, but I don't even recall where they were...

๐Ÿ’ŽAll in all, a fantastic read! Praise to the author! ๐Ÿ’ž๐Ÿ‘

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A refreshing read

๐Ÿ”ธThis book was quite nice and sweet. And had a pretty good plot to keep the book moving and keep me invested.๐Ÿ’œ

๐Ÿ”ธIt had interesting characters and I really loved Sam's and Megan's backstories, especially how they helped one another to beat their fears and how at first they threw sarcastic remarks at one another. The building romance had a beautiful movement, it wasn't not to fast. I really liked how it all started from simple friendhsip. Their interactions were fantastically made! However I would've wished for more backstory from other characters like Blair or Shawn. I still really liked the beautiful story with good drama, interestingly crafted characters. Especially I want to mention Sam's rebelious side, it was a pleasure to see that kind of character. And her not well thought out decisions, it made the character seem real, and different.

๐Ÿ”ธThe writing style was quite plain, and there were a few grammatical mistakes, nothing that bad...

๐Ÿ”ธIn the end it was a novel packed with emotions, a good (not cheesy) storyline, believable events and reasons behind them, well created characters, with their own flaws, hopes and dreams. I recommend this book to people who are into heartwarming LGBT romances, rebelious teenagers, and a drama on top of it all. Thumbs up to the author, and my greatest respect! ๐Ÿ’“ ๐Ÿ˜ป

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Traumatizing

It's going to be hard for me to rate this novel. I personally hated it, wanted to quit it several times, but something was always forcing me to finish it.

๐Ÿ‘‰If I look at it from a different perspective the plot was emotional, interesting and realistic, there were a lot of parts that made me recount real happenings that were similar to those perscribed in the book. Also if I disregard every horrible thing I've read in this novel, leaving me with the astonishing ending, I'd say it that it hit me hard. Seriously, I hadn't expected the ending, I'd read a 700+ novel for it (well maybe)

๐Ÿ’žI feared for the main character's, Daria's, well being, loved and cherished Pauline, threw weird glanced whenever Cara showed up? planning another go out that might end bad for Daria. I hated Leonard to a point of wanting to strangle him myself. This book made me care for the characters more than I would have expected, that's why I will love it, beside the plot.

This novel had it's down sides. It was way too cruel for me. And most of the time, and in the start there was no hope. Writing this kind of dark novel you must have a shimmer of hope, a will to continue through for the characters "There can be no shadows without the light." I'm just going to qoute that.

Furthermore I didn't understood where did the love for Johny appeared, at first he was mentioned once and the next moment Daria loves him? Ok, I have never been in love before, but I doubt if a LONG term adoration can come from just a single stare at a person.
Lastly, the way author portrays nearly EVERY man (preteen or teenager) as following his male urges to extremes, and being perverted with a lady ticked me off. I doubt that every man is like that.

All in all, it was not the best, but traumatic and memorable read.๐Ÿ’™

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Fascination overload!

I won't be wrong to say that this was so far the best mystery book I've read! Any book I've read!

๐Ÿ‘‰This novel is about a girl, Elizabeth, who's overly catholic parents send her to an academy to seemingly fix her behaviour. That academy is not as heavenly as it's made out to be. Its a cult, messed up in an entirelly different level. As Elizabeth tries to escape, a whole different pallet of life engulfs her, a life of secrets around her past and pure insanity.

๐Ÿ’› The characters were well planned out, amazingly written. All diferent, unique, relatable I can't say a bad word about their planning. Just simply golden.

๐Ÿ’š Though what cought my interest the most, pulling me in without a second to breath was the plot. It was like nothing I've ever seen before on Inkitt. The plotwists made me agape - I'm wrong every unexpeted plot turn made me shiver and fear for the main character as if I was standing there and facing that dread. Astonishing!

๐Ÿ’œ The only bad side of this book would be a few missing words in sentences. But there are very few of them, so they don't disturb the enjoyment.

๐Ÿ’™ Nonetheless, I remain true to my word - EPICNESS. I recomend this book to all my friends and people who are in to Mystery.

๐Ÿ’ž Reader, pick up this book, it's a hidden gem, I asure you that, you won't regret it. Btw, sending GIANT KUDOS to the author.๐Ÿ˜š

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Capricorn House

Well, this was a really intriguing mystery novel, I'd totally recomend this to people interesed in detectives. This novel blew my mind!

The wide variety of unique characters made them really interesting to read. Personally loved Ruth and Iris... Anyway the murder mysteries themselves were well planned, leading to unexpected conclusions, in so keeping me on the edge of the seat. I'd have to say the ending wasn't predictable and packed a punch with a good plot-twist. And that's exactly what I want from an ending of such books!

The first of the few things that would need editing, would be the grammar. It wasn't horrible, or that annoying, but there were words that doubled.
Moreover the writing style was rather cheap... Even though it made the text really easy to read( maybe that's what the author intended, idk) it was flat in my opinion, the author used quite small variety of words. The author could improve his/hers inner dictionary a little...

Over all, what should I say more, worth a read and giving a try, for the plot, characters, mystery, harsh reality and a true ties of friendship! Seriously the ending rocked!๐Ÿ˜Œ
KUDOS to the author!๐Ÿ‘Œ๐Ÿ’ž

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Nice horror

This book was really interesting, the plot just reeled me in to a point that I couldn't stop reading. Every little detail had it's place in the development, nothing was left to linger unsolved.

This masterpiece is about three friends trying to overcome their fears and nightmares to fight an ancient demon dwelling in their hometown church. As the evil continues to take lives and threaten Fereldon village.

Also I loved the writing style of this book, it was easy to read, but there were a few mistakes in spelling, it happens to all of us writers, the most important part is that those minor mistakes didnt disturb reading in the least. I still understood everything.

Lastly this was a great horror novel, and I'm really glad I found it! I am a veteran at horror, so cheap tricks dont appeal to me in the least. So this book's was truly frightening at times, and kept me awake for hours, still thinking about those events.

I recomend this astonishing novel to anyone interested in mystery, bonds of friendship, fright and good plotwists.
By the way, kudos goes to the author for this masterpiece!๐Ÿ’ž

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Harmony

I remember a few months ago finding Harmony the sin chronicles on Fanfiction, was astonished by it and could not stop reading it! I'm really happy to see it here on Inkitt too!
I loved the first arc, the characters were all different in their looks, personalities and holding interesting secrets! (Hahen, Tsumi etc)
The enemy was pretty well done too and brought a creepy aura with him...
Also I don't know why, but I loved Yลซjin...
Talking about the plot, it was marvelous, had romance, action, the fanatasy was neet too! Simply perfect!
This is trully amazing work of art, that I couldn't put down, thank you really much! I wish all the best to you. And this creation!๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ’–

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More action than horror

Yes it was an interesting story for sure! Although the horror didn't appeal to me, not my type of horror though and as it proggressed it seemed to be more of a survival filled with action rather than a horror novel, I missed some more mystery as well. And I can't say much about the characters because they weren't that well explored. Otherwise it was really an entartaining book, for action, suspense lovers worth read and besides the creepy atmosphere at the start was amazing.

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Amazing!

Ok so this was a really adtonishing novel, the plot kept me on the edge till the very last chapter, I kept guessing who's the culprit, and have to say it was quite original and loved the never ending drama. The writing itself was not bad,I have to admit the explanations kind of made me lost, in my opinion the lacked more clarity, and there a few missing dots on the end if the paragraphs, if you could you should improve your writting a bit. Practise makes perfect๐Ÿ˜€
Anyway enjoyed it! Thank you really much, a memorable piece of art!๐Ÿ’•

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Needs work

This was HORRIBLE. But I'll get to the reason shortly. First what was good?

Ok, I have to say I loved Revel, her backstory was well created, she seemed mysterious with the way she acted,talked really little and most importantly was independant. Loved this character. Secondly the writing had no grammatical mistakes...

On the bad part, the story lacked more depht, it seemed really made up, unrealistic. As did the main couple Gray and Marcy, they were too plain, the authir failed to explore them deeper, or atleast give more information about them: backstory, likes, why they chose to do what they do, for instance Gray becoming a teacher. In so these characters seemed made up, unrealistic, not dimmensional, and unrelatable.

Talking about Marcy it's really sad that the author just TOLD us she was writing a play for Rapunzel but NEVER ACTUALLY SHOWED IT. That's a big mistake, showing always makes the plot more believable and way more interesting than just a simple:
"Hey, I'm writing a play."

One more thing, the plot was way too fast pacing besides that it lacked deph.THE AUTHOR REPEATED NEARLY THE SAME SITUATION TWICE WITHOUT IT MOVING THE PLOT ONE BIT.
Example: Marcy and Gray getting mad at each other,then have... then love one another yet again...
Lastly,Gray... His meaningless, emotional outbursts didn'made any sense. "I love her but I'm teacher and I can't" But then he goes have sex with her, really diverse personality, it could've probably made sense if it was deepened,but it wasn't.

Anyway this was a waste of my time,
however I still wish all the best to the author of this book, I hope this review helped.

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