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An addictive read

The very first chapter is a tough read, in the beginning, but by the end, you'll be ready to ride this story to its conclusion.

The way this author writes is beautiful and clever, and it left me wanting more. I am only sad there are only five chapters currently posted for part 1.

I think this is a great story worth your time to read.

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A dark tale

The story is short and dark, but the author doesn't need many words to suck the reader into a sad and lonely tale of death. It did a great job grabbing my attention and keeping it, but it also made me wish there was more to the story. I want more about this world.

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An interesting start

A story suggesting pirates are created, not through strife and circumstance, but through schooling.

A group of young girls, fresh out of pirating school, start their first test, a 7 year long adventure.

I'm sad to see only two chapters available.

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Fun story

The author worked hard on this and it shows. The story has a lot of twists and turns, as well as THREE endings, which are all worth a read.

I can't imagine the number of hours put into this, but I bet the number is high.

Overall, an interesting read that kept me turning to the next chapter.

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best story on here to date

As the title would suggest, I loved this story a lot. This was a very amazing story that had me riveted to the plot from the first chapter. I hope to find more from this author and others like them as I continue reading.

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An interesting read that ended too quickly

While there were some grammar and punctuation errors throughout, the story is a coherent, engaging piece, and I wanted to read more.

Without spoiling the end of the chapter, I will say it opens up the story for there to be much more, and I look forward to seeing what that might be.

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Everything I love in a romance

This story has it all: a hot guy, a smart and interesting main character, unrequited love, and plenty of interesting characters to drive the story forward.

There are only six chapters right now, but they're easy to read and a lot of fun. Each chapter pushes the story forward at a nice pace, and the way the characters interact with each other is often hilarious.

It's definitely worth reading.

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Another mysterious addition

This is part two of a series, and it sheds some light on many of the mysteries set up in part one. Of course, not all of them, and the ending will leave you second guessing everything you know so far.

A well set up story that I want to read more about.

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Fantastic!

The story building, dialogue, and setting are phenomenal.

This author put a lot of work into what they've create, and it shows.

My only complaint is that it's not complete, yet. I look forward to reading more.

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The Best Kind of Frustrating

I found this frustrating because very little of what the people in this story experienced was given any context at all. A few questions are answered, but a hundred others are left up to interpretation.

Without giving anything away, I will say that my frustration became acceptance when I got to the end of the story. I think the actions of the main character, in the end, were noble and interesting, and that made the lack of answers worth it.

This is a quick and attention-grabbing read. I recommend it to anyone interested in dystopian worlds.

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A lovely beginning

This is the story of two very different people finding solace in each other in the face of an impossible choice. Two people, each with their own fears and concerns, must come together in marriage to end a destructive war and save the lives of thousands. Unfortunately, neither is ready to get married.

The story is very well laid out. It reads like the bittersweet prologue of a much longer, larger story. I would love to read if the author should ever write more for this couple.

As it is, the writing is engaging with few, if any, grammatical and spelling errors. You can see the effort the author put into their work in every line of it. To put it simply, I read the entire story in one sitting and was left craving more. That simply doesn't happen very often for me, anymore.

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The start of something interesting

There were word choice and spelling errors in various places, but the plot of the story is interesting. I had some trouble figuring out exactly how old the characters are, but they're young adults, at most, because they're still training to become knights.

The storyline with the demon sets up a guarantee of fun scenes throughout the story, especially with the way the bond between him and Siofra works.

With that in mind, be forewarned that this story has spicy scenes, which I did not mind in the slightest. There will most definitely be more in future chapters.

Overall, I'm interested in what might come out of this story.

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Waiting for more

I really want to see where this goes, especially after reading the latest chapter.

It's an interesting read with a lot of open questions, exactly what you want from the first three chapters of a story.

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Where's the rest?

This one needs some work, specifically on the word choice and grammar. At many points in the short story, there are words missing from a sentence or not used in the right tense.

That said, I wanted to know what happened next! There's potential in the story, it's just not there to read. I hope you give us more of it, soon.

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I want to hear of their adventures

The walk to Torin's tree was an interesting one, but this feels like the end of a story I forgot to read.

I know you wrote it for a contest, so of course there's nothing else, but come on, give us more!

Why did they have the ring?

What did it do except help them find Torin in the end?

Did it play a role in the story?

Were there love stories? Deaths? Betrayals?

I think it might be fun to write at least a moment of this person's past.

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A great read

I really enjoyed reading this story, even if I found Carson hard to read much of the time. But that's the point of a well-rounded character, isn't it? To have flaws?

I think this story is worth the read, and I wish there was more of it on here. There's a link to the full story on Amazon, and I recommend all of you to go and check it out.

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A Wild Ride

The story took a moment to take off because the first couple of chapters are a little confusing, but then it starting rolling at a fast pace.

I thought the characters were interesting and fun to meet, and the disease is a terror.

If you read this, buckle in for a lot of twists and turns you won't expect.

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A fun read!

Although there were some grammatical issues throughout the story, it became more and more engaging as I read. I believe you have some real talent for writing and storytelling, and I'm interested to see where this goes for Lia and anyone she meets along the way.

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A great start

I enjoy the story so far, and I'm looking forward to what might come next. There are a few wording issues here and there, like forgetting a word, but the grammar is overall easy to read.

I feel you could spend a bit longer describing her surroundings, especially after she got home and started walking around the house. What does her room look like? Her mom's office? The kitchen? I think telling us those things as Plüs goes about her life would help us to learn more about her and the characters who interact with her.

That said, I'm excited to keep reading.

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Kept me interested, that's for sure.

While the writing can be confusing and blocked together, the plot of the story had me clicking the next chapter button without fail. The chapters are short, which makes for a fairly quick and easy read, and that's just what many people are looking for in a book.

Personally, I felt a lot of the first two chapters were info dumps, but then Aimee, the main character, met her inner wolf and shifted for the first time. At that point, it became obvious how much the author loves this story and what they do.

I look forward to reading what this author does. There's great potential here.

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