Catherine Kopf

North Carolina, USA

A high school student with a passion for writing. She has a series called The Dream Chronicles, and is on Wattpad under the same name (@TheDreamChronicles). Arts Advocate.

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Interesting Story!

This is a very interesting story combining different fantasy elements in a modern world to create a unique story. I love Penelope and I can't wait to see what she'll do next. Isaac is also a very intriguing character. In general, the characters are interesting, but a little underdeveloped (but it's a work in progress, so I know more is coming!). The plot of the story itself wasn't like your normal supernatural tale, and it had a lot of great elements to it. I'd definitely recommend it to all lovers of the supernatural and fantasy. My only problem laid with some of the writing style. During some moments, there were long explanations that I felt threw the reader off some, but this can be easily fixed. Can't wait to see how the story continues!

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Interesting

This short story is very intriguing. I loved learning about Hana, Lena, and Jae's lives, and they were dynamic characters that kept the plot moving along. Hana was a very interesting child, and I enjoyed seeing the relationships between her nanny and her father. The twists that the author throws into the story are brilliant and I enjoyed reading them. This was a great work!

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Page Turning!

I got to read all of the chapters posted thus far, and I've got to say that this is a pretty interesting story. The novel goes through the life of Riley (a high school student the same age as me, and ironically taking similar classes) and her relationships. You get to see her friendships, her love life, and even the relationships with her family. Two other characters that stood out to me other than the relatable protagonist were Blake and Dean. As the reader delves into this novel, they learn many things about the characters, and while they are all within the pages of the book, they are very life-like and real. The plot is intriguing, and I think the conflict is something that a lot of people can find real and relatable. The writing style the author uses clearly has a voice, and I love 1st person stories. :) This is definitely a must read for those who love romance!

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Page Turning

Wow! This was a really great story. I really enjoy reading fantasy, so it didn't take long for me to become invested in the book and its characters like Jacob. I really liked your writing style, and it seemed to flow very well. The descriptions that you used for your world were also created nice imagery. There were a couple of technical errors here and there, but that can definitely be fixed through a read through. These errors don't really distract the reader from the story though. :) Overall, it was a very interesting work that kept me on the edge of my seat as I kept reading it.

Note to the author: **Sorry that my review came so late, but I hoped it informed you of a lot.

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Nice start!

This story's concept is very interesting, The story is an interesting one in the terms of erotic and romance. However, there are times in the story where the writing style and grammar district the reader from what is going on. Overall, this is a nice start to the story.

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Note from Original Author

I enjoyed your concept behind the fan fiction of my story. It's a combination of Book 2 (just from a different perspective) and what happened to Angelina after her death. I especially enjoyed the bits with Angelina, as I love her character (as the writer it was hard for me to kill her off). **THE STORY ITSELF HAS GONE THROUGH MANY CHANGES (such as Angelina now being named Laila and the book title changing from "To Dream" to "Colorless") BUT STILL YOU CAPTURED THE SPIRITS OF THE CHARACTERS**

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A Must Read

William Jordan: An Assassin's Tale is quite an intriguing novel. The author uses imagery and a great use of language to not only captivate the audience, but to also clearly assess every situation and thicken both the characters and the plot. The story itself is very original and not cliche by any of my standards. The main character, William Jordan, has a complexity to him that I think lacks in other stories on assassins that I've read before. For example, his reasons for becoming an assassin are very human and he's a relatable protagonist that readers can easily root for. He even came with military experience, which gave his character a great reason to explain how he was able to do what he could in a short amount of time. The author also gives places for William to grow as an assassin as the story continues, learning from his mistakes and making him even more relatable to the reader. Alexia was another such character I throughly enjoyed while reading the novel, as she was also very relatable and captivating as a person. It's a great accomplishment to make readers really feel about your characters.

Another thing that got me completely enthralled with this story was the imagery it uses with the setting and the assassinations themselves. The author clearly paints the picture, down to the blood stains and disguises. You can tell the author put a lot of research into his story, clearly being able to describe how each victim would look, stains, what the weapons would do, cleaning up things, etc.. The language the author uses to convey all of these things is very addicting, and his use of swearing is not overdone and adds to William's voice as a character. I read this in a matter of TWO DAYS, because the language had me hooked. If there were any errors, they were hard to spot.

Clearly, the author knows what he is doing, and it's a joy to have it on Inkitt. I hope it does well in the contest, and to promote it, I might even create a fan fiction for the "When It Hits Fan Fiction Contest" (since they're supposed to be on Inkitt novels.) GOOD LUCK TO THE AUTHOR, AND I'D LIKE TO CONGRATULATE HIM FOR DOING AN OUTSTANDING JOB. :D

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Different

This was an interesting short story, and I loved seeing Ash engage in her life in her culture. That was really unique, as I've never seen this kind of setting before. What setting? You'll have to read the book to find that one out. Ash, even though I felt large portions of sympathy for her, was also a relatable character from the moment the reader reads the first sentence. The concept of her being a "half-orphan" was different and unique. :) Overall, I thought there were places the author could polish her work, but this is definitely a different and great start to an intriguing and eye-opening short story. Good work and good luck!

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An Enjoyable Read

When I first looked at this, I thought it was going to be completely different than how it turned out. The story and characters were great and kept me on the edge of my seat throughout reading. My favorite characters so far has been Alex, because of the realism you put in. Alex seems like a living, breathing person. The other characters you had were distinguishable, and I could easily pick out their unique voices-- which is great in a cast of characters! Overall, I can't wait to see how this goes, and I'll be sure to keep reading to find out!


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Interesting and Thought Provoking

This was a very interesting story, and I highly recommend for college girls to read it. I'm not in college yet, but I'm going to be next year, so this was still highly enjoyable for me. I loved it how thought provoking The Bad Project was and how Maryanne wanted to become bad to break out of what everyone thought about her. Crystal was a very supportive friend in all of this, because I don't know if I would've been able to help Marryanne like she did. There were some errors here and there, and I still feel the story could dive a little deeper, but other than that, I found it enjoyable.

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Great Start!

The author has brought a very interesting story to the table, and even though its not complete yet, I'm leaving a review with some of my notes for the author to keep in mind as they edit and keep writing the story. Overall though, the main characters appears to be becoming fleshed out (it's hard to tell in seven chapters) and the overall story seems to be pretty good. I will read more of it when it comes out. The main issues I found laid in the writing style, and I'll put those below so that way the author can still know (and the readers won't be discouraged from reading). Overall though, this has potential and keep up the good work! :)

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Enjoyable with a lot of Promise

I liked the overall vibes in this story. The plot automatically pulled me in, which is a great thing for a novel. The characters, especially Eri and Lee, were interesting to read about and I can't wait for more. The writing style and grammar could use some work, but I'm putting a couple tips for the author that might be able to help them. :)

Overall, a great story, and I'm looking forward to more, especially with the masks and the world you've built up to this point. :)

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The Next Dexter... with Many Twists (I'm sure of) to Come!

This was a really interesting opening. The entire sequence was interesting to read and pull the reader in from the start. Diana has started out a very interesting character, and I can't wait to see what happens as the story continues. I'm a huge fan of first person, and I liked that it was used here. It's almost like taking some of the other stories about high school students written in first person with a darker, more horror perspective. This does remind me of a female Dexter, and, I'm sure the author has many great things planned for this book as it's written and developed. If you like horror or Dexter, I think you'd like this!

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Captivating

From the first page, this story will have you hooked. The plot and characters are realistic, very relatable in a dark world. Iziah and Nick were my favorite characters in the story, finding their darker characteristics very human and real. This made the story really relatable and hard to put down. The plot had a great setting and the conflict in this story was vividly described-- the fight scenes easily appearing in the reader's head. You could imagine every knife swing, every move that was made in each, and it had great visuals. Another part of this novel that I liked was Iziah's character, I actually read a couple chapters for the author as a beta read, and she rewrote a couple sections at the beginning, which I got to say, were better towards developing Iziah's character. Around Chapter 6, the reader starts to see another side of Iziah besides "the rat"-- a side making him seem human and very real. Even though readers might not be in gangs or live in an area like Iziah's, he's still a very relatable and real protagonist who's easy to root for. That's a great strength in the novel. :)

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Could be Made into a Great Sci-Fi Film!

This story is filled with suspense, interesting happenings, aliens, and compelling characters. The way the author sets up the story is engaging and lets me clearly see what's going on in my head. My favorite character in this book was Trevor, finding him relatable, interesting, and a great character of the story, although I still loved many others in the book like Barney, Crystal, Ellie, and Jim. The writing style used was great, and I felt I was pulled into the author's world. Overall, this is a great novel, though a good read through out loud might be a good idea. There are a couple places in dialogue where the author can use contractions to sound more casual. Also, in the last chapter before the epilogue you spelled Crystal as Chrystal.
GREAT WORK, AND I COULD SEE THIS BEING MADE INTO A SUCCESSFUL FILM. :)

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Interesting Start

This is a very interesting start to a very promising story. The plot could go in many different directions, but I think the concept of a man having to fight his own demons (although taken to an extreme way) is very relatable to a reader. We all have our own personal demons and problems that follow us, so that automatically sucks us into the plot. The grammar overall was solid, and the author uses very vivid descriptions. However, there were a couple issues with the writing style and grammar that disengage the reader a little (I'll include them below so that way it won't be seen in the review). Overall, I think it's interesting, and I'll be sure to update this review as more is added.

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Captivating Start

The beginning of this story really captivates the reader. I liked the way the author introduced the romance and how the two main characters talked with each other. I can't wait to see where this story continues .There are a couple errors, but nothing that the author can't fix. I think this first chapter is a promising start! :)

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Interesting Start

I love your concept of a school for wizards, princes, and princesses. I think that Anna and Nick are very interesting characters so far, and I enjoyed what the author did with them in the first chapter. I'd love to get to know the other characters, but I know more will be coming since this is a first chapter. There were several mistakes in grammar and punctuation, but that can easily be fixed by the author. So far though, I think this is interesting and has great potential. I can't wait to continue. :)

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Very Interesting

I got to read the first two chapters, and so far it's been very interesting. Two deserters on the run from war? I think that's a pretty cool idea. Tev and Eelian are both very different characters and I can't wait to see these two dynamic characters go through obstacles and grow together. The writing style was very engaging, not taking a long time to set up the story and going right into the action. That's great! As the story isn't complete yet, I won't give it the full five stars, but I can't wait to see what else the author has in store for readers!

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Dynamic Sci-Fi Adventure

This is a really interesting book with a great story. The author uses some great imagery to convey the world in Star Child and the characters presented in the story feel alive and real. My favorites were Kaya and Vell because they were very realistic and easy to root for as the plot unfolded. The author does a good job with world building the planet Avani. There are a couple ways the writing style and grammar could be improved, but overall it was quite an enjoyable story.

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Humorous Read

#Helpmeunderstandlove is a very humorous romance that is sure to keep readers engaged from start to finish. The author used a great and relatable plot and cast (my favorite character was Violet), and the humorous language and tone really set the story up in a way the reader can't put down. The story itself is executed well, and I was too busy reading the story to actually find and point out any errors. That really shows you've found a good story. If you want something light, fun, humorous, and enjoyable to read in the romance department, this is the book for you!

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Interesting Mix between Mystery and Romance

This story has a whole lot of surprises. It has a lot that readers love from classic and modern romance, a mystery involving gold, a family "wishing" tree, crazy ex-boyfriends, and even some moments of tension. The story uses all of these elements to its advantage and pieces of both the past and present connect into this story to really weave the plot together. My two favorite characters in this novel would have to be John and Blair. And why not? The two of them were deep, engaging characters with some very heroic traits. The author knew a lot about the setting she wrote in, which gives realism to the story and some vivd descriptions and images. Very tender moments also were in this novel from some of the wording, which were really nice to read. There were some errors in the writing style, nothing major, and a couple errors here and there, but overall, this was an entertaining read! Can't wait to see more by this author! :D

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Interesting Start

During this review (I'll be sure to update it as more is added) there was only one chapter available. As such, I gave the overall rating and plot four stars, because there's a lot more coming for it. :) Overall, I enjoyed this chapter, I liked the concept presented in the story. Humans being a lower race in a fantasy society, and I love that Talia is kind of an underdog and very timid. It leaves her with a lot of room to grow as she adjusts to her new environment, and it shows that being a slave has made her where she is in terms of how sociable and modest she is. I liked that about her. :) There were some ways that the author could have improved the writing style, and I'll be sure to leave details for the author in the comments (since I wouldn't want to spoil anything for readers and possibly deter them from reading this.) Thanks for sharing, Nicole Strode, and I can't wait to see where you take this next.

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Intriguing

This story is very intriguing, and shows a side to life that many don't choose to think about. Although short, it is also very deep and filled with all kinds of imagery. I have a couple suggestions for the author to improve the writing style, but I think it's great.

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Very Relatable...Especially to Me

This story is very relatable, and I loved both Eden and Avery. In fact, Avery reminds me so much of myself. I have parents that just like Avery's are realists that don't want me writing. Yet, I find Eden relatable to me too because just like her I do those kinds of things anyways, kind of rebelling. I loved seeing Eden try to break Avery out of society's mold of what other people want her to be, and see Avery transform from who others want into who SHE wants to be. The concept in "Entering Eden's Garden" kept me turning pages and continue reading the story. I really enjoyed it. :)

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Promising

**This review is pertaining directly to the author's request for suggestions. As not much of the story is released at this time, this is NOT A REVIEW FOR READERS. :)
Okay, so there is a lot of promise to the story. Tackling a concept like reincarnation is bold and I admire it. I think that with a lot of love it can grow to a great story. :) Anyways, for your first chapter, you need to be really careful with "Showing" vs "Telling". So many reviewers on my story used to say that I "Told" too much instead of showing things, so I'd hate for you to get bad reviews for the same thing! Basically, instead of just summarizing things in the first chapter, you could show it with some dialogue as you continue here. I wouldn't want people to stop reading because of Chapter One (happened to me) Also, I'd recommend reading what you've written out loud. There's a place where you put "moths" instead of "months" that you can easily find that way. It will also help you with the flow of your sentences. I do this with my stories, and ever since, they've gotten better reviews. PLEASE LET ME KNOW IF YOU HAVE QUESTIONS! I'D BE HAPPY TO HELP!!!

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Intriguing!

I loved this story. The way that the author wrote this, the reader can tell that the author devoted a lot of time into the complex world of Ellsmire. The pace could have been a little quicker, but overall, I enjoyed learning more and more about the characters as the story went along. I think with some editing, just a little, this story could end up on a bookshelf somewhere. As I don't want this review to be super long, I'll leave information in the comments for the author. In short though, I'd recommend this for lovers of fantasy.

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Enjoyable Sci-Fi

This story is a great read. The characters are dynamic and intriguing, the plot would have kept me turning pages, and the writing style was vivid and very engaging. I'd definitely recommend this to other readers, especially those who enjoy sci-fi novels. The manuscript was also very clean, so if you're one who doesn't like seeing errors, this book will not disappoint in that perspective. :) I hope to see this published somewhere someday. Who knows? Maybe it will show up on a bookshelf... and then you'll wonder why you didn't read it on Inkitt!


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Very Realistic

This story goes through Benjamin's life and depicts what it takes in order to really achieve your goals. You go through both good times and bad times, failures and success, and we even have moments of doubt and confidence. This story gets that moral aspect correct, and it makes it a very realistic read. However, as much as I loved the concept and the plot, I only rated it four stars because of the writing style. I will put more details in the comments as to how I think the author can improve that area. The story is great. :)

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Unique & Unexpected

This story is really unique. Becca and Jim are both really dynamic characters, and I found myself wondering what was going to happen next as the plot goes along. The story has some great imagery and is filled with unexpected twists and turns that made you keep reading. There were a couple things I'd recommend for the author to possibly make the dialogue sound a little more casual, but other than that, it was a great story!

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Suspenseful

I loved the writing style used in this story. To me, it brought a lot of suspense into the novel and provided the author with an urge to turn the page. I can't wait to see what else the author is going to include in this story. There was a little sense of mystery presented in the opening chapter with "the lady in the dreams" and I hope to see the revelations continue with the suspense of the story. It's a great read for those who enjoy the horror genre, and I spotted few errors (still some, like where commas should go, etc.). If you want something to keep you from turning off your light at night, this story's perfect for you.

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Very Interesting Story, with some Deeper Themes

I loved how you took modern icons like One Direction and used them in a way that shaped the story and changed a young woman's life. Sometimes, in serious times of depression, music can really help. I was bullied in middle school and I remember listening to songs like "What Makes You Beautiful" were encouraging and kept me going. So, for me, this romance holds true, and it seems like a really deep, thought out story, rather than just a fangirl's dream. Thank you for that. :)

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"Keep Your Promises"

This story was very relatable, with topics like cancer and grief thrown into the story to make it seem very real. Scarlett is a really intriguing character, and at times I felt bad for her, especially after the first chapter. For someone her age, (I'm 17) I know that grief can be very difficult. This to me made Scarlett someone that the reader could relate to and want to win. Their were a couple issues with the writing style, but I loved the use of flashbacks to help bring out more in Scarlett's story. Can't wait to see more from this author. :)

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Interesting Beginning

I love the introduction that Skye gives here. The inclusion of first person in the story I think is going to add another layer to it. I only got to read the first chapter, but I can already tell that this story has great potential and is off to a good start. There are a couple of suggestions I'll write to the author below, but other than that, I'm intrigued to see what happens next!

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Interesting Prologue

First off, I plan to update this review as more chapters are added. I thought that the prologue was an interesting start to the story and the concept intrigues me. I can't wait to keep reading this. :) The words and tone the author uses in the prologue remind me a little of the opening for the movie version of "Fellowship of the Ring". Of course, this story is fantasy, so that's a good thing. There are some errors in punctuation and grammar, but it looks great for someone whose native language isn't English.

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Entertaining YA

I found this story to be very entertaining. Being in the author's target range (17) I thought the story had a very dynamic protagonist Zam, and a very compelling plot and characters. I enjoyed reading about the different settings, especially Stormlock and someone can tell that the author put a lot of love into his characters and story by the way he wrote it. It's very relatable, even as a science fiction and the reader can root for Zam, Sao, Argo, and Alicia as they learn more about their powers. This is definitely a page turner for YA readers and those that are huge fans of science fiction!

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Captivating Start!

This story has a very interesting start, and I love how the author incorporated the seven deadly sins (wrath, lust, greed, envy, pride, gluttony, and sloth) into this story letting them be represented by different people. I'm curious to see how the story continues, as I have enjoyed reading about Chiave and her journey. I'm also curious to figure out what happens after Chapter 6, as it left it on a cliffhanger. There were some errors in the text, but it was nothing major that distracted readers from the story. There were some stylistic choices I'd recommend, but other than that, I thought it was great and I can't wait to see what happens as the story continues! :)

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Interesting Perspective

This novel has an interesting perspective on a broken mind that obviously the author took a lot of time into creating. The main protagonist is very fleshed out and complex, allowing the readers to root for and feel empathy towards him. There is enough in there to really give the reader an emotional rollercoaster, being realistic but not gruesome to the point where readers feel like they can't anymore. I feel this story has great potential and I can't wait to see it published one day.

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Fun Read!

"College and Woodland" is a very interesting drama that delves into a perspective that is unique and interesting. The author has a great use of humor in this novel, and I enjoyed that underneath each chapter was a song or a piece of song lyrics. (Naturally I felt inclined to listen to that song and it made me get in the mood for the chapter ahead). I loved learning more about Josh and Raychel. They seemed like very dynamic characters and the first person perspective was able to shine light on things that wouldn't normally see seen in as much detail in third person.

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Page Turning Mystery

This story has a great execution. The plot kept me on my toes, the characters were relatable, and the mystery lingered on every page. Readers are led to question what will happen next in this novel, and it's a great page turner! If you enjoy stories with thrill and excitement to them, this novel is for you! The author also provides many interesting descriptions and images for the reader to follow. I didn't find myself I engaged throughout the whole thing! It's a novel you should invest your time in for sure, as you will not put the book down until the last word.

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A Fun-Upbeat Tale...With Music!

This story has a great concept to me. Being a high school student who's into music, I found this story to be quite enjoyable for a lighthearted audience, which is great considering all of the dark things happening worldwide! There are a couple issues with formatting, but that can easily be fixed! I can't wait to read more from this author. :)

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Has Great Potential

This has the potential of being a great fan-fiction. However, there are a couple errors the author will have to fix for people to truly enjoy the story. I just got to read the Prophase, so I can't wait to see how this story grows!

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Emotional and Full of Imagery

I love the way that this story takes the reader on a ride with their emotions. Ash/ Ashlyn is very relatable and it is wonderful to see her as she grows from page one until the end of the novel. I love how the story itself takes place in a futuristic timeline, adding more touches of sci-fi to this already emotional tale. The prologue especially does a great job setting the scene for the protagonist and the rest of the novel with mind blowing imagery and great song writing showing that the author is great at giving the reader a world that they can totally immerse themselves in. Great job!

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Page Turning Mystery

This story had a great mystery aspect to it, incorporating the supernatural into a crime investigation. Sadie, Sky, and Gary were all very dynamic characters and I enjoyed the plot that they were involved in. The story had many exciting moments to it, and I loved reading it as a whole! There are some grammar and punctuation mistakes in there, but nothing that really distracts readers from the story. :)

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Interesting Start!

I thought that this story was very interesting! The varying perspectives gave interesting takes on the tale, and I love Roark and Leon so far. Leon is a very dynamic and interesting character, and I can't wait to see where his journey takes him. The author has a great use of imagery. In the prologue alone, he is able to draw the reader in with his descriptions and events! I'll definitely continue to read this, as there were only six chapters up by the time I reviewed this.

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Very Promising!

So far, I love what the author has done with Chris. You can tell that he's not all that he seems right from the beginning without the author directly saying it. I also like the way that the author presented the plot. It intrigued me without being too much telling, which is great! I can't wait to see where this story goes!

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Great Potential

First off, I love that the author's username matches that of her main character Valentine Winters. Lucifer and Valentine were very complex characters to me and I found the plot to be enjoyable. I loved how the took something like werewolves and that of the supernatural and used it in relatable situations. Some of the other characters in the story are somewhat lacking in development, but this is a great first effort. As for the writing style and grammar, some parts are confusing, but I was able to decipher what was going on. If the author can get some beta readers to help with character development and grammar, I think that this story has the great potential for a teen novel (I'm a teen, so you should consider this a great compliment.)

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Mysterious and Page Turning

The author does a great job creating characters and a plot line that readers can feel engaged in. Characters like Lenora and the man in the black cloak are wonderful to learn things about as the plot develops. The concept of a "cellar city" was intriguing and I loved learning about the society that the author built. There were a couple grammar errors, but it's nothing that can distract the reader from the wonderful story! I definitely recommend this book to those who enjoy darker sci-fis!

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Interesting Story

This story is off to a great start. The story itself is intriguing, and I'm a huge fan of dystopian novels it seemed right up my ally. The society is already compelling, and I love your casual writing style. There are several errors that will distract readers, but those can be easily fixed. :)

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Intriguing Plot

I only got to read the first four chapters, but I think this story is off to a great start! I can already see the mystery forming and where the plot might be headed, and it seems like this story is filled with exciting moments to come for the characters!

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An Action Packed Story!

"The Long Walk to Dawn" is an action packed adventure that will leave you wanting more in every chapter you read. Once you start, the characters will take you on a adrenaline filled journey. There were some darker moments, but that's what makes this story even more action packed and thrilling to read. The society that Charles Donahue creates is quite vivid and filled with backstory shown throughout the course of the novel. The characters are in depth and filled with personality from Natasha, Daniel, Greg, and Joshua especially. I enjoyed the first person perspective, because it allows the reader to see through the eyes of the characters. Don't miss out on reading this!

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Dear Readers

Dear readers,
Do you enjoy stories with compelling characters, unforgettable twists, and a plot line that is sure to keep your heart racing? Do you want a book that you wish that you could put it down to get some sleep but can't? If this is so, The Showman And The Shade is the right novel for you! This novel is sure to keep you intrigued with a plot line and characters like Frank and Jack who will keep you up on your toes. To me, the plot line was very unique and original, and I highly recommend it to those who enjoy reading the horror genre. Read it before you say your final words!

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Amazing!

From what I got to read of this story, I found it very intriguing with a tight plot and already established characters. It's definitely something to check out if you're a fan of Ancient Greece, especially when dealing with Troy and Greek gods like Zeus. I can't wait for some more of it to be posted on here!

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Wow!

I love this world that the author created, where vampires rule the roost and humans are pets. It's very intriguing to me and it's an interesting story. There are many relatable things that characters do in this story from watching Netflix to reading books and cooking. Henry and Rose are both very interesting characters with seemingly diverse personalities. The only question that was left wandering in my head was "What is going to happen next?" Originally, I was going to say that the plot advances too quickly, but as this is a work in progress, I can't wait to see what happens to Henry and Rose as the plot unfolds.

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Intriguing Start

After just reading the first chapter, the novel looks very interesting. I'm already intrigued by the narrator, his dog, and his daughter living in this world controlled by C.R.A.N.E. The opening had a lot of information, but it also had an exciting incident with the hunting scene. It was rather enjoyable to read and the flow was great. I can't wait for more of this to come!

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Wow!

This is off to such a great start! From the first paragraph, I felt sucked into the story. I love it how the author is going to be writing from the "villain's" point of view. Nava has already started out as a very interesting character. I found the conversation that they had with the Emperor to be both chilling and mysterious. I want to know more about this world! I can't wait for more chapters to come out. :)

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Can't wait for the rest of it!

This story is quite interesting. I might have only read the first three chapters, but I can still tell that it's going to be a great story. I'm a huge fan of first person, so I naturally liked the writing style. I especially liked what you did in Chapter 1 to set up the story. I"m curious to know what the voices meant by "wings". I could feel a lot of sympathy and emotion towards the protagonist and her family. Maybe this is because I'm in high school and I lost my cousin in a car wreck last December. Either way, grief is something that all humans can relate to in some way and I like how you to incorporate this idea into the novel. I am looking forward to the rest of it!

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Page Turning!

I really loved this story. It was unique and different when it came to plot and characters. The Sheep and the Shepards were two very interesting groups. I loved the way that you described things like past events and characters. The story wasn't a huge information dump, and the reader learns things as they become important in the story. My only complaint is that I want MORE. So far, Chapters 1 to 4, are very intriguing and a sure page turner.
Good job to the author! If they have any questions for me, feel free to ask in the comments. :)

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Intriguing Story

This story has very dynamic characters with a very page turning plot. Skylar is a very relatable protagonist and I loved the way that his character changed from start to finish. Having the story in Skylar's point of view is also a very interesting part of the story. The reader gets to experience to things that wouldn't occur as often if not in 1st person from Skylar's view point. We get to really delve into Skylar's character and see him on his journey from start to finish. Other memorable characters were in this novel as well such as Mariko, Keelee, and Kyle. Overall, I thought this was a pretty strong work and I can't wait to see what other works the author has.

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An Interesting Read

This author has a very interesting plot, with a very relatable protagonist, Scarlet, and a unique writing style. They use quotes at the start of each chapter to get the reader to know what might possibly be coming up in the story. There were a couple errors here and there, but nothing that distracts the reader heavily from the plot and the story.

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Very Interesting.

This short story is a pretty interesting one. It's really hard to explain without giving everything away, but it is worth checking out. I have a couple recommendations and feedback for the author listed below this review. :)

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Very Interesting Insight to the "Secret World" around us

I really enjoyed the concept behind your story and Zoe. The fact that we have so much going on in the world and that Zoe can see things from ghosts and demons, to things like Liars and etc. was very intriguing. The author has a good way of exploiting the darkness around us that we sometimes can't see and it worked beautifully in the chapters. I loved the way that you wrote the story. Your descriptions were very nice to read. There were a couple errors, but they don't break up the text too much for the reader to find them distracting. Overall, I really enjoyed this story and the concept that the author placed behind it.

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Interesting Take on a Romantic Tale!

I've got to say that I loved the plot behind this story. It was quite entertaining, and I found it very enjoyable. All of the characters had some form of depth to them, and I loved the way it ties in together at the end. The varying perspectives allowed for the story to be told to the fullest extent, allowing readers to comprehend the same situation with both characters to see their individual thoughts and reactions. The descriptions were also quite entertaining.

I have a couple suggestions for the author however. One is that there were moments that had huge blocks of text, which could have been shown to the reader rather than told. An example would be with the scavenger hunt Leeland made for Riah. Rather than just putting that she enjoyed it, you could have had her perspective as she traveled through it, as well as her thoughts on it overall. Basically, a tip for showing is to put more dialogue into the story and to let the characters show what's happening rather than placing "This happened, that happened..." into the text. That's just a suggestion though.

Other than that, it was a really enjoyable story and you did a great job with it! If you have any questions about my suggestions, feel free to email me (you can find the address on the profile)! Good job!

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WOW (From the original author)

I loved how you decided to use Ambert's perspective. I remember you distinctly asking questions about his character for this fan fiction, and I can tell you put them to good use. :D You could have expanded some things out to add a little more meat, but it IS a fan fiction! I loved the way you stayed true to the characters, and as the author of "Colorless" (known as To Dream for a while), I'm pleased with your work!

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Note from The Original Work's Author

I love the depth you put into researching through the novel for Sage's past. More than that, you stuck to her unique voice which I loved! As the original author of "To Dream" (now named Colorless), I was very pleased to see this! If only it were finished! The first three chapters were great in terms of connection and background.

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WOW! Fanfic on MY story???

Well, first thing's first: this is a fan fiction based off of my story. I knew I just HAD to read it! I love the perspective you give for Dustin in this opening chapter, as he's a character with many opportunities to explore from. I've actually made several rewrites of the story (for example, the novel is now called "Colorless" rather than "To Dream") , and after all these rewrites, this story's rewrite proves to be very true. This stays very true to the aspects of the draft and wasteland in my dystopian's society, not to mention Dustin's character. I THROUGHLY ENJOYED YOUR WORK WITH THIS!

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Potential

As a lover of dystopian novels and a member of this book's target audience, No One's Charm was a captivating read! The use of charms is something unique that I haven't seen before, and the characters are filled with life and relateability for the reader. The dialogue you used has humor, and the scenes you have are all there for a reason! The grammar can always be improved (I always recommend reading a manuscript out loud) , but this book's got potential!

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Relatable and Intriguing

As a teen author, I found Hleo both intriguing and relatable. Hannah was by far my favorite character, having a great voice yet relatable qualities I'm sure other YA readers can relate to. She has a great likability to her character, which made it extremely hard to stop reading about her and Ethan. I write YA fantasy myself (a little different though), and I've got to say, I loved the inclusion of Hannah's art to the story and how it gave a sense of magic! I could clearly picture everything in the book from its details, though I feel like it could be tightened in some places to condense some of the longer spots (reading it aloud might help). The Hleo are interesting to read about, and I hope there will be a sequel to the story, as I'd love to see more of Hannah, Ethan, and Becky Weller's world!

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Intriguing

This story kept me reading for hours. The plot was engaging and the plot was relatable. I was always rooting for Kate and Marley and I thought the story has great potential to be a best seller. :)

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Awesome. :)

I love dogs, so to see something so well written with dogs on Inkitt, was a real pleasure. The story itself had enjoyable characters, and an enjoyable plot. The plot itself was engaging and hard to stop reading. It was structurally clean as well. A highly recommended novel for those who love dogs! I'll be sure to read the other books once my schedule allows. :)

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Interesting

When I downloaded a copy of this book, there were only five chapters to read. I'll be basing this review on that. I've got to say, this book wasn't what I expected, and I loved it for that. It's a combination of both the real world and fantasy, blending them together to create a unique and relatable story. My favorite character had to be Alice, because she was relatable and unique at the same time, which makes her awesome. The plot of the story kept me engaged too, probably because I enjoyed characters like Alice so much. :) I have a couple notes or the author to polish some things up for harsher reviewers, but I think this is off to a promising start. :D

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Awesome

As a lover of vampires, this really surprised me. It didn't go the way I expected it to, which was great! The plot was captivating, sure to keep readers on the edge from start to finish. I read this in only a few hours! It had me that ensnared by the storyline and characters. I loved the mystery and thrill the tale included and the way it revolved around Selena. She was a great protagonist, and I couldn't help but root for her and wonder what would happen to her next. The ending's a bit of a cliffhanger, but it lets the reader crave a sequel just like a vampire craving blood. A highly recommended read, A Shade of Halloween is definitely going places and won't disappoint.

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Promising

This was really interesting, although I felt the beginning was a little rushed, especially when revealing Bruce. I think it would've been nice to see Lilly get more adjusted to Paris before revealing about him, since it would've established Lilly's character more. Other than that, I enjoyed reading this, and found it very interesting. The ending was a little abrupt at first at the end of the dream, but boy was that a twist! :)

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Interesting!

This is a really interesting story. I loved the supernatural element the author used and tied to the real world. Paradox Manor seems like a very interesting place, and I loved how the story was short yet left me thinking. This was interesting and I can't wait to see what else the author has in store in other works.

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Wonderful Characters

This story had characters that really drove the plot... not the other way around! Characters like Ehren and Posy were interesting to read and very easy for readers to root for. The plot itself was really focused around the characters, and it seemed realistic for the world the author created. The characters were wonderful (thus the title) and they'll be sure to keep you reading for long periods of time. Great work from the author. :)

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Interesting.

I can tell the author really researched the area they wrote about, and I loved the interaction Charles had with dreams and reality. The story was interesting, and I enjoyed learning about Ireland and its culture, as well as its myths and legends. I loved how it was a mix of fantasy and still kept some realism in it. Charles was proving to be a very interesting narrator, very curious of the world around him and the research he was doing. There were a couple things I would have changed in the writing style, but that can easily be fixed by the author. Overall though, a very interesting work!

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Written with Purpose

These poems all speak the truth that a lot of people try to sugarcoat. Taylor isn't afraid to speak the world as it is and say what's on her mind. From the first one about guys to words and thoughts on suicide and feelings on pressure, music, paper, and herself, you can clearly see a lot of realism, love, and thought was put into these poems. I highly recommend this to anyone, but especially teens. These poems really relate to real problems and they're beautifully written. IF YOU HAVEN'T READ THIS, YOU NEED TO. IT WILL LEAVE YOU THINKING IN A NEW PERSPECTIVE. :D Great work Taylor!

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Entertaining

This was really an entertaining read. The writing style was intriguing and the characters are really interesting so far. Clare is my favorite from the chapters you have so far, but as you continue that can change. :) I think it's because of Clare's charm and appeal and her demeanor. I can't wait to see what else the writer is going to do with the story and how they accomplish their dream of traveling!

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Interesting Story True to Modern America

Even though this story takes it to an extreme, one can clearly see America is becoming more and more divided by religion, race, and politics. This provides a shocking realism to all of this, making the reader question :"Man, could this actually happen?" Although one might see the New America and its sectors like "The Hunger Games", it is quite unique and different-- making it enjoyable to read and learn about. My favorite characters so far have been Joey, Colt, and Colt's father because of their realism and development. Katherine was also an intriguing character-- and I like how her ego is both a strength and weakness for her. The writing style is intriguing but both the grammar and punctuation as well as some of the paragraphs can be brushed up a bit. I can't wait to see what the author does with the story next as we dive into more of New America. Keep up the good work!

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Engaging and Thought Provoking

Although one might first think of other dystopians like The Hunger Games at the start of this novel, the author cleverly creates a lot of original distinctions in plot, character, and writing style that will change the readers mind. Richard was a very engaging character in the story with a voice I found to be very easy to understand and likable. A lot of modern dystopians really take government to the extreme, but this creates a unique society the realm of literature will happily take with open arms. The concept of The Tower was thought provoking and filled with politics (which was great). I found the characters to feel real and rooted for them as they took their climb. My favorite character out of the group would either have to be Richard or Jenny because of all the development placed behind them and their relationship. They also seemed very real. I gave the plot four stars because I wish I would have known Richard's thoughts as he accepted the job. It would have added more provoking thoughts and made it a little easier for the reader to understand. I also rated it this way, because some other characters like Kris and Owen were pretty similar. Overall, this is a great book filled with something readers will think about for days to come and has a world that's unique and hard to forget.

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Strong & Enjoyable World!

The author conveys the world building in this story with great imagery, able to suck the readers into the book and let them see the world for themselves. The plot was very much classic fantasy, which being a classic fantasy fan made it enjoyable for me to read. There are some mistakes here and there, but it's nothing the author can't fix. Overall, I found my overall favorite character in the book to be Tam. Tam was a very relatable character you could truly feel for throughout the story's course. Overall, I think with some polishing this could grow to be a great fantasy novel that readers will keep reading over and over again to fall back into the world the author's manifested.

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Complex Characters and Interesting Plot

This story was great. The author conveys much imagery towards the characters and the setting, allowing the reader to delve into a world very similar to our own. The concert was complex and well thought out, and all seven main protagonist had very unique voices and distinctions that allow the reader to feel connected to them throughout the course of the novel. The writing style flowed very nicely letting the reader see vivid descriptions in their heads and allowed them to really get to understand the characters and their backgrounds. Overall, I found The Colour Spa to be a great read and I highly recommend it to other readers. :)

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Fascinating!

This story was really interesting, and I loved learning more about Lyla, Maia, and Marcellus. It kind of had a "Romeo and Juliet" feel to it, with religion and witchcraft being the two sides. I loved learning more about the world the author created .There were a couple places where the tense got mixed up and there was a lot of telling in the time skips, but other than that, it was a very entertaining story that I hope to see a sequel for . :) Good job.

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Great Potential

This story is definitely interesting, and you can already see that it's not your typical story. Liana is a very interesting character, and I hope to see more development as the story progresses. The plot so far is suspenseful and enjoyable to read. My main problem was with the style of writing and some errors I found in the text. It distracted me a little from the story. Don't worry, this is easily fixed, and I think the author will be able to do that. :) Other than that, I think this story has great potential and I can't wait to see more of it!

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Interesting Start

This is a really interesting story, and I do think that it can eventually become a great graphic novel. The story is intriguing and compelling, while still being something familiar in fantasy story. I'd love to know more about the characters (especially Garth and Celeste), but the story still has more coming (I hope?). The writing style could use a few tweaks, but since this is going to possibly be a graphic novel, I could see the way it could work in that kind of story. I can't wait to see this improve, and to possibly see more of it.

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The Final Prophecy Excerpt Review

The story itself is very interesting, the concept of "The Final Prophecy" revolving around two chosen saviors instead of one. Come to think of it, why would the universe place something on one person's shoulders? To me, having multiple is logical. As this is only an excerpt and I haven't seen the entire story, I rated it four stars for it's interesting start and mysterious characters. Orsana is a very mysterious location that's outlined in this chapter. Although I'd love to know more about it, I have a feeling we as readers will as Thena does. Ander also looks to be an interesting character and the book, and I can't wait to learn more about the Elementals was this continues. I loved the imagery the author used to define how the oracle traveled. There were definitely some things I would suggest to the author, but I don't want anyone turning away from the novel because of that. Can't wait for the rest.

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Interesting Start!

I got to read the first two chapters, and I'm already loving the story. Ava is a very relatable protagonist, especially for me. She's a junior in high school and is seventeen (my age and grade), and her parents think of her artistic abilities as a "hobby" and nothing more (while for her it's art, mine is writing). So, naturally, that drew me into the story. I can't wait to see where the author takes us next, as Chapter 2 kind of left at a cliff-hanger. I would have kept reading, and I will when the author posts more. I loved her writing style. :)

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Interesting Start

I'm surprised that I'm the first person to review this. "Tales of Ryzin" is a very interesting fantasy story, with great imagery and a very intriguing plot. There were only four chapters up when I read it, but I can already tell that it's going in an interesting direction. Can't wait to see it when it's finished!

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The Colours of May!

Since this is still a work in progress, I gave it four stars. I can't wait to see where the author goes with it though. Sam and Kage seem like very interesting characters with some mysterious backgrounds thrown in there that I can't wait to find out about. I loved the imagery the author used, especially in the opening prologue. To me, it really established "The Colours of May" for the reader, letting them get a taste of the story with the colors represented in the opening paragraph. I highly recommend this so far, and I can't wait to see what else the author has coming for the story. :)

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A Powerful & Dynamic Fantasy

IF YOU HAVEN'T READ THIS YET, YOU SHOULD! Kat is a wonderful protagonist. Many people dislike YA novels for their similar protagonists, but Kat really takes us on a journey where she goes through a lot and has to overcome her problems. She really becomes a better person by the end, and is definitely a lot stronger. I love protagonists that are round like that, rather than some flat ones I've read. Because Kat was so dynamic to read about, it made me root for her as the plot kept going. It's certainly a great read for lovers of YA and fantasy. I'm a 17 year old, and I found this book to be thrilling, filled with action, and engaging to the reader. The characters really drove the plot (not the other way around like some novels) and that encourages people to keep turning pages. Can't wait for the next installment.

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Interesting Concept

First off, I love the author's chosen cover art for this story. I feel that it suits the story well and gives the reader a glimpse of what they're about to read. The story's concept of a magical pen is really interesting, and I find the protagonist to be very relatable, loving reading, writing, and has dreams for the future. I found the part where the pen talks to her to be quite humorous, and I can't wait to see where this story goes. There are a couple errors in the writing style, but it's nothing that the author can't fix. :)

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Interesting Start

This story is pretty promising. I would rate it higher but I really don't know much about the characters or the world after reading the first chapter, other than a cliche underground background. There's a lot of telling in the first chapter, and while the narrator's voice, Edna, is entertaining, I kept feeling like the author was dumping information on the reader, especially about the aliens and the events leading to the underground society. I feel like it could be much more crafted and unique if the author let suspense build and tensions grow before revealing some of this information. Other than that, it has great potential. I hope the author grows. :)

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Interesting Start

The story is interesting, and the concepts in "My Adventure" are intriguing to read about. I loved the way the author used dream sequences to show some of the important moments in the story. I do think though that there are moments where there is a lot of telling in the story and those places can be reworded, but the story does have great potential with some editing! Can't wait to see where the story goes next! I'll leave comments for the author below.

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Suspenseful!

From the nine chapters I've read so far, this story has great potential. The language was dark and evoked some emotion (especially suspense) and you could almost feel the conflicting morals going through the minds of the characters, Ian especially. There were some errors and they can throw readers off, but the story has a great plot for those who do read all the way through. I hope to see it grow and continue, as it is a very interesting, suspenseful tale.

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Interesting and Fun

I loved the concept of these short stories. I could totally see this as a television show, as it has great stopping points and a wonderful concept. It's definitely a fun read for those who enjoy reading about mythical creatures (like me, who's read Percy Jackson, and even included and research myths for her own writing). I think the plot is entertaining, and I can't wait to see more short stories to see what this group of friends does next... and what kinds of mythical creatures they discover. There were some errors in the text, but it wasn't too much to keep me from reading the story. Great work!

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Interesting First Chapter

I just got finished reading the first chapter, and so far I'm intrigued by the story and Sher's character. She seems like she's going to have a nice sense of humor to her, and so far, very interesting and loves her job. I like that she's happy with her life. The author has a very casual writing style, which makes it an easy read for readers (this is a good thing). However, there were places where grammar and punctuation can be fixed. I know this is a draft though by the title, and so I think this is a great effort. I can't wait to see more of the story. :)

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A Very Interesting Story

I loved the concept and morals of this story. Living your life because you don't know when time will catch up with you, sometimes despite rules is a real truth. Many people say they want to make a difference, but wait before they actually do. I loved the time clock that Arthur had and the way the author used "Baby New Years" for different time zones to convey lives. For the short time that Arthur is in the story, he has a lot of development going to his character. I thought the short story moved at a great pace, covering the important events. I especially loved the ending, but I won't spoil it for readers. :) Applause to the author!

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Fun Read with Great Characters

I loved the concept and realism in this story. May was a very interesting and relatable protagonist, and I could really feel what she was going through. Being a high school student, I could really feel for May and what she went through, and my love of music made this story even more enjoyable. The way the author writes is very casual, and you can also feel May come right out of the page. Her sense of humor is hilarious and I think the author put a lot of development into her and her story. There are a couple places where the author could improve the grammar in the story, but it doesn't distract the reader and is still an easy read, with a great flow to it. I highly recommend this to lovers of music and those who would enjoy romances.

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An Enjoyable Story!

I found this story to be a great blend of humor and fantasy, taking elements of the modern world and mixing them with fiction and magic. The inclusion of the contest and Princess Eemay were wonderful to see, and I loved seeing the story from her point of view. I think it added more humor and charm to the story overall. Characters like Scott and Hugh were wonderful additions as well, and I enjoyed seeing how things played out in the story. However, I feel that there are many places where the author can make us feel like the reader is more in the story to make it even better than it already is, places where subplots can possibly added to dive more into the characters, and ways to improve some of the grammar. It has great potential to it and I can't wait to see how the author is able to make the audience laugh once more. :)

**I have some suggestions and comments for the author in the comments. :)

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Interesting!

"Renegade: Retaliation" was a really interesting story with a plot that kept me engaged. I loved the varying shifts of character using first person perspective. Out of all of the characters, I think my favorite had to be Marckus' perspective because he had a lot of interesting insights and seemed relatable to readers. There are several ways the story can be edited to improve clarity and punctuation. I'll put my suggestions for the author below. :) Overall, I thought this story has great potential to become a future sci-fi novel and I can't wait to see what else the author has in store.

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Interesting!

I just got finished reading the trailer, and it definitely kept me engaged. Your use of language and writing style let it seem like someone was announcing play by play what Miles was doing...just like a game. There were some errors, but they can easily be fixed. Can't wait to see where this goes. :)

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Fascinating

After reading the prologue and the first chapter, I thought that the story was filled with suspense. The prologue gave some background to the world the characters live in, and let readers see The Monster. To me, that was a pretty scary scene. I won't spoil it for anyone in the review though. George was a very interesting character to read about. I have some editing notes for the author on writing style and grammar (those will be in the comments below.)

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Enjoyable

I finally finished and I thought that this story was quite enjoyable. The plot was entertaining for those that are fans of romance, and it had many twists and turns. There were some errors in it, but nothing that the author can't fix. :)

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An Interesting Novel with a Fascinating Plot!

This story was a great read. The characters were realistic and engaging, the world it was set in made sense, and the plot was page turning. It was great to get to read this story, as Cedric fought for love and against a curse. I enjoyed the turns that the plot took, as they weren't cliche and very relevant to the story! I highly recommend this story to those who are huge fans of the supernatural and fantasy novels.

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Exquisite

This story conveys a lot of emotion and imagery in a way that's beautifully written and relatable to the reader. I loved the writing style of this piece, feeling like it brought me directly into the story. The characters I felt were fleshed out and well developed, and I loved the opening sentences presented in the first chapter. They really draw the reader in and give them a hint of what is to come. A must read to those who enjoy stories with beautiful pictures and writing.

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Great Plot

I've read a lot of werewolf stories on here and this one had an interesting plot. I'm a huge fan of 1st person (even use it in my own writing) because it shows the inner conflict with the characters. Listening to Bree's thoughts made me feel even more relatable to her in her adventure, which I feel 3rd person would lack some. There were several errors, mainly in comma placement and capitalization (capitalizing names like Mr. Foyer, Kat, etc. and "i" to "I".) I do feel like this has great potential though after editing!

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Interesting Story

I really liked the concept behind this story with Abnormals and other creatures mixed with the modern world in the future. The story is compelling and interesting, and I enjoyed the varying perspectives.

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The Interesting World No One Knew About

This is an interesting story of creatures lurking around us and a girl out to avenge her family. Violet was a very interesting protagonist to read about. I enjoyed getting to see her develop and grow in her own skin as she's exposed to the world presented in the novel. The plot is fast-paced, which is nice, although some parts are told that could have been shown to make it longer. Overall, it's a pretty good work!

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A Journey You Don't Want to Miss

"Loss of Innocence" is a great journey for its characters. The author really takes the time for you to get to know them and care about them. From the opening discussing the bear, this book really brings adventure and romance together with an engaging plot and deep characters. The story's structure is addicting to read, and the imagery is very prominent with a very smooth writing style. It makes the story easy to understand and impossible to put down. The story is very unique and it has an interesting antagonist to go along with its amazing characters. You don't want to miss out!

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Opening that Leaves You Craving More

I think that this is a really interesting concept. The story about someone who is a "Break Up Planner" intrigues me. :) The prologue that I got to read was very mysterious and it leaves the reader wanting to know more about the characters and what happened. There are some errors, but they can be easily fixed. I can't wait to see more of this!

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Unique Story!

Being someone who enjoys stories with aliens and elements like magic, I enjoyed this Sci-Fi/Fantasy. I have loved what I've read so far! Megan Creech does a great job introducing her characters and making you care about them. Once the plot gets started, it's hard to stop reading! I can't wait to see where it goes! A must read for fantasy and sci-fi fans!

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Beyond Black Silk!

This story has very relatable characters with a very relatable plot. This love story isn't a cliche or corny love story, but the tale of two people really going through heartbreak. I loved the way that the author presented Drew and Angie, which made what they went through very life-like and understandable. It helps immerse the reader into the story and lets them experience exactly what her characters feel. This book will make you invested in its characters, and it does a good job with keeping reader engagement! I highly recommend this novel to those who enjoy romances.

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Pretty Intriguing Work in Progress!

When I read this, it was only four chapter long and still a work in progress. It was a pretty intriguing start to the story and I can't wait for the rest of it to be uploaded! Lilliana seems like a very interesting character, having her perks and flaws. This makes her a pretty believable protagonist. I'm a huge fan of fantasy and first person, so this story was right up my ally. There were a couple errors here and there, but it doesn't distract the reader from the story.

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Page Turning

This story is about survival. The characters are complex, the emotions are intense, and the story's plot makes a whole lot of sense considering the situation. Every play that Margaery, Axel, Lace, Patricia, and Turner make are logical for their situation. This really sheds some light on a side of reality that many people don't want to see: a school shooting. The first person perspective makes YOU feel like YOU'RE in the situation. It really makes one question what they would do in the situation of the characters. The characters are very life like and believable, shifting towards a morally-gray side of life, which everyone would turn to in a grave situation. This will make you cry your eyes out! Sometimes, you'll have to read a sentence again in order for the thought to sink in. You'll get attached to the characters for sure, and you'll really want them to "Get Out Alive." Page turning for sure!

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Magical!

I loved being thrown into this fantasy world. The author is great with her words and develops memorable characters like Valeena, Tellah, and Valeena's mother. The characters are unique and really go along with the plot. I was rotting for them the entire novel, feeling for Valeena as she tries to accomplish her ending goal. The ending ends the book nicely while still teasing for more to come! I can't wait for the second book to come out! Memories Of Gaia: The Edge of Despair was certainly memorable.

Good job to the author! I can't wait for Book 2!

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A Very Intriguing Story

Reader beware: Once you begin reading this story, you cannot stop. The characters are gripping, the plot is page turning, and the mystery the story presents is amazing. The prologue itself offers up very interesting information, including showing and very little telling, which is great! I loved characters like Michael, John, Peter and the twins. They all had something to add to the story and the plot behind it. It's a great read for anyone who's wanting a good story.

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A Great Start

I loved the story's concept from the two chapters I got to read from it. Joseph is a very interesting character, and I can't wait to see how he affects Evaline's life. There are many grammar and punctuations mistakes, but the concept itself is a very interesting idea!

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A Great Start

I think this story is off to a good start. It has a great opening that draws the reader in, and the characters are already interesting. I find the concept of a multi-verse school is very cool.
The author should keep up the great work.

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Good Read

This novel was a very interesting novel with characters and a plot that really drive the story. There were a couple parts where I questioned what would happen next and once I began reading I couldn't put it down. I highly recommend it to anyone who loves the fantasy genre. My favorite character would have to be Wendell. To me, he was a very intriguing protagonist that was relatable and kept the readers wondering what he was do next. I loved the epilogue and thought that it was the perfect way to end a story! A great read!

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Page Turning Intensity

This story is really good! It's characters like Lizzy, Leyla, and Connor that are relatable, smart, and complex that keep the novel going. These characters all have their perks and flaws that cause the reader to sympathize with them. As such, when suspense arrives into the novel's plot, the reader can't help but keep reading wanting to know what's going to happen next! The twists and turns within the novel with very surprising and they made me keep on the edge of my seat. Trust me, if you read this novel, you'll have to get to the end before you're able to put it down.

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A Page Turner

This novel kept me intrigued for the entire time that I read it. The story of Lucifer Jr. and Maggie is one that I was very interested in, seeming as they both came from very different backgrounds. The author adds great suspense in the prologue, and she brings up many questions including what really makes a person good or bad? Even though Lucifer Jr has his backstory and origins, he actually is a very relatable protagonist that readers can root for. This is a very interesting read!

Great job to the author!

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Fascinating!

I loved the concept of this story. The author had me wanting to keep reading it from page one and the teaser. It was a really intriguing novel in terms of plot and characters. I loved the style of writing in this novel, and concept wise, I loved the virtual world you have us and the conflict that was in the book. Keep writing! Great job. :)

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Great Potential

The Creation of Fire is a very interesting story with memorable characters and an interesting plot. Fire Crystal is a very relatable character and she's easy to enjoy. However, there are many errors in grammar and punctuation that can be fixed with some editing. Overall though, I think that this work has potential to become a great novel. :)

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Whimsical Journey of Where Socks Go

This story takes on a journey with Arnie, who wishes to discover where socks go. The author has a great way to bring a fantasy world in to the novel and I think this story has an interesting concept on a modern day issue. The descriptions and imagery in this book are great and I highly recommend this novel as a book for children, and those who love lighthearted fantasy novels. The story had memorable characters like Arnie, Isabelle, and Flimgog. I highly enjoyed this novel. The prologue itself was very intriguing!

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An Easy Read with Deep Insights

This story's plot is a very interesting one. The way that Angelica goes on in her everyday life with the other characters is very relatable to the reader and allows for them to become emotionally invested in the story. The fantasy elements add a bit of magic to the tale, making it very unique and adding to the plot. It was a very interesting work that I found an easy read with a compelling plot and characters as well as filled with emotions that engulf the reader.

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Intriguing Story!

This story is an interesting fantasy with a very unique concept. It deals with a power known as "The Gift" and it also has a lot to do with time. It is a very interesting young adult fantasy read, with memorable and believable characters like Talullah, Oliver, Mirella, and others that add to the story as a whole. Talullah always seems to place her family first, which makes her a pretty relatable person. Being a member of the target audience for this book (at 16), I found the plot to be rather enjoyable. I just had to keep reading! I highly recommend the book to those who enjoy YA fantasy.

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Very Unique World and Very Compelling Characters

The author does a really good job building a world that the reader can completely immerse themselves in. You feel as if you could actually live in the story. The plot keeps readers on the edge of their seats, and once I started reading, I couldn't put it down. The story is very professional and it can really go places. I definitely recommend this book to anyone who loves sci-fi novels.

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Truth in Reality

First off, I would like to say that this novel is a very accurate picture of society and reality today. It really is a realistic story about life and how people can break down and fall apart. The reader feels many emotions towards the main protagonist, Annie Rose, and since this story is accurate of our reality (which is pretty dark) the reader can feel sympathy towards her and she is very relatable as a character. The story is told in first person, which in my opinion allows the reader to dive into Annie Rose's life and makes the story a lot more personal than to have it in 3rd person. Overall, the writer did a good job with their work, and you can tell that there was a lot of time put into it.

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Enjoyable

So, here's my review of this story. First off, I would like to commend the author for her characters. They are very well thought out and very complex. I enjoyed Kai especially, and I'm glad that you used his perspective for the story. I also liked how you incorporated a gay romance into your story. Even though I'm not gay, your story was a very interesting romance with a twist of the supernatural to it, which made it quite interesting to me! It was certainly a journey for Jude, Kayla, and Kai. I also enjoyed the description used in the story. It was quite a good read if you're into the genre.

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Interesting Novel!

This novel is a very interesting piece of young adult fiction, with a lot going behind it. At first glance, one appears to get a "Twilight" feel from hearing it's about werewolves and vampires, but this story is unique and isn't like that. One thing that I really enjoyed was the fact that it took place in a futuristic world where basically werewolves and vampires "rule the roost." Humans are still in the novel, but I loved how the author dove the reader into the reality that she made us believe. I loved the first person perspective in this book. I think it gives Krista a lot of depth to her character and you get to hear a lot of her struggles and thoughts from her point of view as the narrator. Especially halfway through the book, Krista's perspective made it even more interesting, and it gave an effect that the reader couldn't see with other characters.
There are still several grammar errors and places where quotation marks, commas, and periods are misplaced, but they really don't distract the reader. This work has a lot of potential!
P.S, My author notes should be in the "Comments" section below this post. :)

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Mysterious Story with Many Twists!

This story's concept is quite thrilling with many twists and turns keeping readers on the edge of their seats. The characters are wonderful, and it really makes you want to unravel the mystery that they are thrown into in this book. The grammar can have some improvements, but the overall story is one that will keep readers wanting more! A very great work, and I love the thrilling, mysterious twists that are brought into the tale. It really stands out against other stories like it.

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Unique Plot & Storyline!

The Kings Game is a very compelling novel. The characters are fleshed out and are very different than what you see in a lot of modern fiction. The main protagonist, Ryan, is very unique because he is an "uninvited," and cannot easily triumph over the situation that he is presented with. This makes the plot of the novel thrilling, interesting, and a page turner.

To offer words of advice to the author, I would suggest to look over some of the parts, especially in dialogue. There were a couple moments where words were switched and there were more errors when it came to "I" in the dialogue in the later chapters (lowercased instead of uppercased.)

Other than that, The Kings Game" is a very unique novel with an interesting plot line. I can't wait to see where the story goes in the future!

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Interesting Work!

Being someone who enjoys a fantasy/sci-fi/adventure blend and someone who loves animals made this book really enjoyable for me to read. The plot was very understandable, and the characters are deep and complex. They appeared to have very life-like relationships of all kinds that could relate to many different readers. Our main protagonist, Angie, is also a very relatable sixteen year old girl, making this an enjoyable read (I'm sixteen myself so she was very relatable to me). I loved the plot and the storyline to this book. It seemed to answer a lot of questions, while still leaving the readers wanting more for the next book to find out what happens. I really enjoyed the writing style that is given in the story and it moved at a very nice pace. However, a couple things that took away from the story were a couple of tense issues and spelling errors. This is easily fixed. I would recommend a read-through of the story out-loud. That might help in the editing process to fix those problems. Overall, this is a very interesting work and I really enjoyed the story! I can't wait for the sequel!

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Pretty Unique Story!

Green Sunday is a very unique story about zombies. I really enjoyed the author's take of a post-zombie apocalyptic world and he uses humor and his characters to lighten the mood of the reader. He uses great imagery in his story and you are clearly able to grasp exactly what he is trying to say. The story overall was very unique and the title intrigues readers. His use of humor is also genius as well. If I were to say anything, I would say that possibly with the gore and some of the language that it should be rated for 16+. I'm mainly saying that because even with the humor tied into the storyline, some younger readers might possibly still find it pretty dark. Also, there were a couple of grammar errors here and there, but it was overall pretty clean and you can tell all of the work that was put into writing the story. This is a great story overall though! It definitely is a new and original edition to the horror genre.

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Pretty Good

This was a very interesting story from what I got to read of it. The overall plot was very interesting, and I do think that it sounds like it should be good with more chapters added. I thought that there a couple errors in formatting. The dialogue was located in paragraphs and wasn't separate, but other than that, I thought that the grammar, spelling, and creative terms and names for different things were on point. Overall a very good story.

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Pretty Good!

First off, I'm a huge fan of Big Hero 6. This was a very good story and plot overall. The overall writing style is great. I like the way that you portrayed Tadashi in the story. I wish that he could have been in the movie a little more. Your work is pretty neat. Well done. I enjoyed the way you included Bamax and how Tadashi built him. That was a nice touch. Overall, good job!

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