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Psychic-a review

"Psychic" is a masterpiece that really needs to get on the market-especially given its exploration of the effect of psychic powers in the real world vis a vis Harry Potter and magic.

The telepathic powers are not as fantastic as in many sci-fi novels but that makes them more believable to readers who want to see psychic powers in a non science fiction setting, and more in our everyday world.

It is excellently written and without any noticeable mistakes in punctuation and grammar (misuse thereof by characters does not count by the way).

If there is a flaw to be found in this otherwise excellent book, it is that the setting seems to have borrowed noticeably from Hogwarts of Harry Potter fame and to a slight extent also the CHERUB series of Robert Muchamore.

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Review of Green Grass Fox

The Green Grass Fox is an interesting and well-written (aside from the odd spelling error, but this can be ironed out easily) fantasy tale in the style of Tolkien and Vance, and its plot has touches of Eragon.

By placing female characters at the front and centre stages, and utilising a druid-like circle as the fantasy focus, dwolfe24 definitely makes sure that the novel is cliche-free, and the plot, whilst not the most original (this is becoming more difficult in non-comedic fantasy novels, though, which is why this genre is not selling as well as it used to amongst adults) definitely engages the reader in the Green Grass Fox's quest and development.

One final quibble I have: novels shouldn't generally start with "A long time ago..." or any similar sounding line.

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Lucifer Did Not Fall

LOFC96's satirical novel, Lucifer Did Not Fall, is a great if relatively short tale of the real-life problems reality television hosts face when staging their shows combined with religious satire, especially the moment when Lucifer tells Valeria that he doesn't have "any spare capacities". The characters are well-designed and clearly multi-dimensional, which many characters in comedic fiction aren't.

It was very entertaining to read, and definitely well-written enough to be part of a Private Eye comic at least-"It's Grim Down Below"..

The only notable criticism I have is that the story as it stands is rather short, and would be easier to publish as part of a short story collection of satirical sketches rather than a novel, especially since the plot whilst original would be difficult to extend into a full-length novel.

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