Tusitala

I'll keep this short and sweet. I'm 13, I'm angsty, and I hate long walks on the beach. (The sand gets all up in my toes and it's scratchy!)

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B.R.A.I.N

This story has quite an interesting concept. I love the way you portray the future of humanity in such a believable way by incorporating actual problems which occur today. Despite the fact that the story is sci-fi it truly feels like a scary-accurate prediction of our future. I also think the way you manage to make it feel like you know the characters on a personal level within the first few chapters is remarkable. On top of this, your writing and grammar is practically flawless with very few easily understandable mistakes. I am really enjoying this book and can't wait for more.

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Academy for Young Love Addicts

What an interesting plotline. I have read a few distopian-like novels before, but none have been like this. The concept of having something so crucial to human survival be outlawed is quite an interesting idea. Not only this but other than a few places where commas should be and the fact that a word doesn't need an apostrophe unless it is possessive, the style of the story is very well-done. It feels like you are the character like you are thinking her thoughts right along with her. I quite enjoyed the book so far and can't wait to see what happens next.

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Himself

Wow. I mean, just wow. That was my initial response. Typically, I like to scroll through a few of the new stories to see if anything strikes my fancy or gives me an idea for a title. I don't know what made me click on this story, but I did. It was the most amazing twist of fate. First, let me begin by saying that the way the character's thoughts just seem to pour out his mind so flawlessly despite the fact that the reader reads the book as if the character is speaking to them would make any reader feel like they know him and what he is going through. Also, I typically find the use of profanity in a novel provocative and distracting from the story itself, but here, it is masterful. It helps the reader understand the emotions the character has toward his life. I find that I must also mention the fact that other than like one punctuation error in the very beginning, (which is better than many professional writers) the grammar, punctuation, spelling, and general correctness of the writing piece is absolutely astonishingly well-done. I have never seen anything like this and wouldn't be surprised if this book became a Bestseller.

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