Shadelore

As a free spirited individual that has vast imagination, I decided to use said imagination and express it into words, resulting in dark themed fantasy stories with a drop of humor.

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Immersive

I'm writing this review at the moment when Chapter 25 is the latest.

The story is very well written, full of detailed descriptions, a strong plot, memorable and enjoyable characters.

Without giving spoilers for anyone that reads the reviews before the story, I'm going to say that this was one of the best adventures I've read recently. The journey that the characters take is full of events, diverse zones, moments that will make you hold your breath while rooting for them and last but not least the quality and attention to details is remarkable.

Usually I'm bad with names, be it from everyday encounters or books, but each of the characters in this story have their own personality well defined and through their dialogues I had no problems in remembering their names when thinking outside the reading sessions.

So, if you're looking for a solid fantasy story, strong female character (done right, not forced) and a world to let loose your imagination, look no further.

The only advice I can give is to trace the several typos and spelling errors scattered throughout the chapters. They don't get in the way, but they are there.

Can't wait for the next chapters!

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Modern and fresh

I like the idea itself about the ancient Greek gods being adapted to our modern times. With this said, the story has the potential to be a great success and I hope we get to see the gods (or some of them) unleash their powers to some extent.

The dialogues proved to be fun and imagining the deities speaking with our way of talking was fun. As for the plot itself, I can't really label it at this point since it is ongoing, but it kept me hooked for 9 chapters (as of now) in one go.

The only thing I felt it was distracting, was the mails and text parts. For me, at least, it felt a bit out of place, giving the narrative style of the first chapters. Also, mentioning today's social media platforms could affect the book in the future, since technology and platforms come and go and do not stay relevant for too long.

Do I recommend it? Yes! It's a good and funny read that has a rather unique idea. It reminded me of the movie "Hercules in New York", but way less cheesy.

My final thoughts thus far? I like the story and wish to see what the author has in store for us in the coming chapters.

Keep up the good work!

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Mysterious

The first chapter is a perfect introduction that makes the reader curious about the story ahead.

The plot is interesting, the characters are likeable and overall I did’t feel bored while going through the chapters. It gave an “Indiana Jones” vibe here and there and this is a good sign. Suffice to say that I will keep reading as new chapters will come out.

My only advice is to fix the few typos.

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Interesting

The story focuses on mystery and questions. I did not found it boring, but there’s room for more character development in order for the readers to better connect with them.

The setting is interesting, being in the distant future, with the people acting as they are and the hospital being the main focus... at least in the present chapters.

The grammar and typos needs to improve. I saw many mistakes that can be easily corrected. They didn’t bothered me, but it could make other readers frown at this.

I will come back when new content will be written, that’s for sure.

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Slap of reality

As I read the chapters, I empathized myself with your poem. People tend to think about these kinds of things; your description of those feelings and thoughts within your book made me feel the slap of reality in a more pleasant way.

The only constructive criticism I have is to revise the grammar (there are a handful) and the small spelling mistakes.

Cheers!

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