SassnPepper

a 20 year old in love with creating new worlds and typing them down for people to enjoy as well.

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Still reeling from the action

Man was I not ready for a smack of action to slap me in the face.

There are only two chapters released so far from this book, and I'm very interested in finding out where it goes. It holds immense potential!

You have the gore nailed down perfectly! You have a way with describing the disgusting creatures and how they fed off their victims in a goosebumps-inducing manner., so kudos to that. Very well impressed with that because I don't think I have the ability to bring a post-apocalyptic world like you do!

Besides the overall potential and great description of the unraveling actions, I have a few thoughts on the characters themselves. It could probably be due to the release of only two chapters, but I felt the characters missed personally crafting to their individuality. I couldn't grasp anything distinct about any of them except that Jake likes to be independent, and that I'd have preferred it to be shown and not told. The grammar, punctuation, and spacing might need a little tweaking here and there, but besides that, this was an enjoyable, adrenaline filled read! KEEP IT UP!

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Still trying to find my speech ability

Just one thing to say. This-Had-No-Business-Being-This-Good.
The writing style is off the charts??????!!! Like how does one sit down, write, and exudes such distinctive flow and structure and vocabulary of words. I'm still reeling from the last updated chapter. I love how the chapters don't include much action or events going on, but cover every emotion, depth, and layer the reader should be receiving. Oh how so easily emotions were evoked from concise depictions and words.

The Irish culture was something so entirely new to me it had me enraptured, and it definitely gave it a unique aspect to it.

The author doesn't drone about character features or allow much dialogue between the main characters at all, YET, somehow, the readers fall in love with Michael's first encounter with feelings he initially labeled unnerving and troublesome and a mysterious, cinnamon roll of a character called Dawid.

Again, I can't stress this enough: THE WRITING STYLE!

Loved this. Brilliant. Absolutely an author to keep an eye out for.

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Wondering why this isn't more popular!

This review is up until chapter 28. I've binged the entire 28 chapters, and had to ease up because life duties called. Where do I start from?

The opening of this book is one that hits the nail on its head! It's hella humorous and entertaining that you can't help but delve further into Rae's mess of getting her heart broken, which was so realistically depicted minus the unwanted melodrama that could turned readers who wanted a light read off. I love how she and Logan met. I loved Logan, I love how concise the chapters are, and I love how Rae is given time to mourn Jake's betrayal without jumping head first into love with Logan. God was Michael a pain in the fucking ass. Absolutely loved the author's writing of characters, where I wanted hug Rae several times for being a mess of anxiety that I so can relate to, wanted to throttle Michael by the neck, and wanted to put Logan in a protective bubble and never let anyone near my boy who just wants to cook.

I also friggin love that this is a rom com that has layers of messages underneath. It deals with mental health, spreads awareness through something lighthearted and comical. The characters each have some inner flaws to struggle with, but it empowers. It shows how one can be seen and still be loved albeit these flaws. Going to finish this book, but I absolutely recommend it.

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Mixed feelings.

I just stumbled into this account a mere hours ago, but I can already tell you have a great talent for conveying emotions through the simple acts, (great showing not telling!). This one-shot was also enjoyable, but I found a few things that left the reading experience a tad lackluster. I advise to possibly reconsider the summary, because it heavily focuses on Sean, so you'd expect his narrative not Anna's, and it also included context that wasn't really tackled throughout the story itself. I don't know if I have read it wrong, but it felt like Sean was dismissive, and minimized the complaints and discomfort of his wife, who's essentially suffering the most by carrying his child. I'm not sure if he was supposed to learn to take responsibility with this baby, but it didn't seem like it was happening in this version, at least to me. Again, I might have read it in a certain manner. Personally, I prefer the original version of this one-shot, but again, you're amazing with description.

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Creative Work!

I personally loved this series of different characters. I love the idea of writing about different people one can easily find on the streets, around them, or in people they personally know. They might even find it in themselves. I love the relatable aspect of it, but that could be based on my personal experience with mental health awareness. I didn't find any issues with the writing, I was too busy enraptured with the pains of these characters, but a tip that I can provide is to elaborate more, add a brief situation that would depict further the painful instances of their daily lives. I don't know if I'm making sense at this point but I liked it anyways. Looking forward to the next chapters.

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