Ok irrelevant but im kinda mad that i was literally just writing a review for this and i accidently clicked off so i have to write it all again:
This is a really good novel. It obviously needs a little editing here and there, but that doesn't compare to some other novels that have so many mistakes that I can not understand anything.
I love that Jarod (and basically every other important character) is/are so distinct and (ironically enough,) human like. I'm tired of seeing those OP MCs that are 'savage' and barbaric, as most of them don't realise that fighting isn't the only solution. Jarod, however, is intelligent, yes, but actually acts his age rather than being like a 'wow I'm so wise and so cool and so handsome and so- blah blah!'
Also, the fact that everything in this novel makes sense plotwise (to me, at least) is already enough to give this 3.5+ stars. From what I can see so far, there aren't any obvious holes (if there are any at all), and the plot is interesting enough to keep me hooked. Hint hint; please update more im desperate and dying here-
*cOugH*, Anyways, this is really good. The one major (compared to any other issues, so it's not very major at all) is maybe being more descriptive? I'm referring to small details that just overall make the reading experience better, like more advanced vocabulary, adverbs, idioms, etc. I'll stop sounding like a teacher now and um-
Yeah ok thats it
this do be a good book tho and looking forward to more
I hope u dont find this review long and boring lolol