An Epic Journey
This story took me to places I hadn't been in a long time. At first I was turned off by the journal style, but as I kept reading, I began to like it a bit more because it felt intimate. I feel in love with the characters. This story brought me to my knees, literally! At one point I fell out of my chair and crawled into the other room to rant and rave about it to my sister. The techinical writing skills are poor, but that's to be expected with this because it's a journal, meaning everything's informal--and I love that. It made falling in love with the story easier. I love the characters, but I hate what they had to go through. I felt for all of them. I feel like the plot was a bit cliche at times, or not as exciting as you could have made it, but I was always entertained and wanting more, despite that. And even in saying that, everything was still unique and it's own, at the same time. I read all of this in about two days. I stayed up late reading. I woke up early just to start reading it. I love this story, even if it's not a 5/5. Numbers aren't everything. My reading experiance with this story was more emtotional than any other books I've read lately. It made me mad, made me cry, made me laugh, and made me really happy. Thank you.
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