Tiya.

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Too hurried

I would start off by saying that the plot is a bit intriguing but the writing style is as though you're in too much of a haste to get this book over with. Cohesion is completely missing and that really left me confused many a times. Like, at the end of one of the chapters, Alder had gone home, however, at the beginning of the next chapter, she was in school.
The grammar, though good, can be improved. Like there are some places where there should be a punctuation mark and there is none and at times, one isn't needed but you've put a comma. Even sentence case is messy at certain points.

The plot is promising, but the way it is presented makes it eccentric. I'm sure if you try working on it, you'll find this story doing better. :)

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Can be worked upon

Well, there's not much that I have to say about the overall story. It is nothing out of the ordinary, predictable and a cliche too. However, there is hope and it can be worked upon alone by improving the grammatical usage, because cliches sell too, right?
The writing style and skills need tremendous improvement, especially with the tenses.
This review might seem harsh, but if taken constructively, will help definitely. :)

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An enthralling read!

Let me start by saying that this book got me hooked!
Initially, I was a bit concerned about the number of chapters but once I got some insight of all the characters, I instantly found a connection building with most of them. The writing style is so amazing that you feel as though the characters are a part of the real world or you're a part of theirs. The plot - albeit slow, in the beginning, turned out to be great after a few chapters.
Honestly, I've got a few ships sailing too. And that's not normal for me to have a favorite otp in one of the unpublished novels - so that's how beautifully crafted this novel is. The world building is commendable as well.
I really hope this book gets published because it has got a lot of potential.

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A refreshing read

Having read so many werewolf stories, this one is surprisingly individualistic. Although the writing style is a bit fast paced for my liking, the character development of Jonah and the world building are commendable. Despite the grammatical errors here and there, which almost everyone has - so nothing that irked me, this book has great potential.
Waiting to read more of this story.

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The Legend of Doe

I must say that after reading many of the novice books, I was hesitant to go ahead and read this one. But, boy was I surprised!
The story starts off with a chilling prologue and it's hard not to imagine the exact scene owing to the great way that the author has penned it down.
The way the plot builds up smoothly and even though I have yet to read more than 5 chapters, this story has me intrigued.

Rest assured, fellow writer. This one is going on my "constantly recommending" list and my friends are going to be tired of me talking about Doe. :D

Keep up the good work! And, keep the chapters coming.
-Tiya

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