Chepper D. Levine

Somersworth, NH

Random Screwed Up French Dude!

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Life In The Fast Forward

If you enjoy introspective sarcastic stories, this is defo the book for you. This is a dark story full of cynism and grim humour. I really like how your main character explores every possibility before giving a go to admitting something out of the "normal" has happened and I really like how you describe the struggles that come with all this up to even having her considering that she might be dead. The fact that it is so intimist and also that everyone can somehow identify himself/herself with the narrator makes it a brilliant read. Keep writing, this is good :)

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S.o.M

I have to say this is far from being my jam BUT... I read it till the "end" (chapter 6 as I write this) and I have to say this is pretty good. I really like your first two chapters, you manage to suck the reader in and you feel like your walking with the heroine. It's both exciting and daunting and as a reader, you really want to know more. So, good job here! Now sadly, I feel like it felt down from the end of chapter 4, and I felt less excited to continue reading as things get a bit stale. You also do have some grammar issues and typos but nothing that couldn't be corrected by a good proofreading session. I like what you did and I think you could make this a "thing", maybe put as much attention and details to your latest chapters as you did for the first three chapters. But really good read for any drama fan so would defo recommend it :)

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Dark Shadows

I really enjoyed reading this. The plot is captivating and the author has a gift for creating great "mythological" characters that are far from deja-vu and the usual cliché of the Fantasy genre. I really liked the dimension you managed to give to some of them like Allure. As said in my comments, sometimes it feels a bit too much unravels "straight out of the box" like in Chapter 2 when Matt explains a lot "just like that" (don't want to spoil anything for new readers but I hope you'll get my point). There are quite a few grammar issues and typos but nothing that cannot be fixed. Overall, great storyline, good plots, brilliant characters' concepts that give a bit of a breeze to the genre, I highly recommend it! :)

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Rushed and full of mistakes

I'm seriously wondering how this ended up in the "trending" category with only two reviews and both of them pretty bad so I decided to read it (only 8 chapters, pretty fast read) in order to figure it out.

First, the story itself is utter cliché, the plot is barely a plot and it feels so rushed you cannot possibly "immerse" yourself into it.

Then the writing is very poor, it's full of mistakes and typos. The grammar is one of the worst I ever had to encounter.

This would need reconsidering, rewriting and proofreading. One of the worst read on Inkitt if not the worst one.

Still wonders how it made the "Trending" highlights :/

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Real good short story

Alright, big fan of sci-fi as well as superheroes (grew up with DC and Marvel comics in the 80's and was one of the few kids at my school reading those as they weren't trendy yet at that time) so when I started to read your story, it didn't take long to get me "onboarded". I really liked the fact you created a character that is a mix of Ming the Merciless from Flash Gordon and Thanos from Marvel Comics and yet managed to make it believable so good job here. You have a few lines that cracked me up (i.e: "He was so thick that two short planks would be charging him money to do his homework" or the "humerus uterus" part [don't want to spoil it for other readers] as well as other good puns.) Now for the more critic part, I really wish you had developed this more. A longer story would be great since the end of it is all too sudden and comes too fast in my opinion. Now about your descriptions, some of them are just spot on, some are way too deep and detailed. Might be my personal opinion but I do like to have some space for my own imagination to figure out untold details and consequently visualize the scene on my own with the help of the writer and not just been told by the writer how exactly it has to be. (Hope this makes sense but basically, too many details kill the scene for me). You have a few typos and some grammar issues and other mistakes here and there but all you need is a good proofread by an "English Major Bestie" (all author should have one :P ) and you'll be good to go. I seriously think you should work on making this a proper novel, you have the imagination, the inspiration and your own writing style that is quite funny and surprising so why not making this a "book" and not only a short story. Altogether, I liked it and defo recommend it if people are in for a quick read.

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Interesting read

First, I would like to state I am far from being the best judge about poetry. I've never been into it. Nonetheless, Zoi is a pretty interesting read with great vocabulary and very rich rhymes. This is defo a very personal and emotional read, a bumpy ride through emotions just like in real life and for that, I have to praise the author. I really enjoyed Divine and True Color the most. Great work.

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Great Medieval Tale

I honestly felt overwhelm by the number of chapters when I started to read "A Silent Game Of Spies" but the author does such a good job creating an intriguing atmosphere, I felt myself literally "sucked in" by the story. It feels very real even though the characters are nothing but epic. The plots between them, as well as all the politics, are well thought and unveil nicely the more the story develops. Character development is defo the author's strongest string. All different with their own stories that tie together nicely. Some interactions and dialogues are Legend. Luvian might be the best of all characters but I do have a little something for Tyndie.
Altogether, great story, very well put together. If you like Medieval Fantasy, do yourself a favour, DO NOT PASS on this book.

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