I like mixing different genres together in my stories.
I like that it tells the reader that the entity in the prologue is a straight up god. It reminds me of some of the Greek myths about Artemis who knew her domains just after birth. Its a good story and worth a read.
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I like the mythology and the battle between light and dark. The creation of lesser gods it resembles a lot of Greek mythology. The premise is good and so is the execution.
This is just tip me over. My story nuclear fusion cultivator is about revenge, the effects of new techniques, and a alternate earth with cultivation and it.
It was difficult to follow at first but I understand the gist of it. A man dies and is taken to an alternate world where he gains a system. This system is demanding and requires a lot of practice before he get anything from it. All in all a good start for a series.
I liked it. The grammar is good not a lot of errors maybe one punctuation error. I like the concept of drinking some tea and gaining understanding of magic. As for the mystery of how she fits in that world, it's a good concept.
I liked it, the arrow shooting through the window to kill a wolf would pounce showed that the hunter had a lot of skill. I didn't think that it was hard to follow some parts did confuse me but they were clarified later.
It has a lot of potential and is well written. Noe an autistic child born to a mother who doesn't have the ability to deal with him is sent away. This used to happen to many children who were born Autistic. The world is interesting so far and has four deaths in the first couple of chapters. I can't wait to see of Noe develops into a hero or a villain.
Dude Geek not Greek you know like Beowolf's people.
First great cover and synopsis. Both were phenomenally done. It seems be a classic boy meets girl, with the possibility of some fish out of water situations. It sounds like fun.
I like the story and the linear power progression. The reset to a phenomenon is really great. While most would set a save point this takes that control out of the protag's hands. The world ending scenario is my jam.
A better word than qualitative would be exponential. It describes the jump in power better. Keep up the good work this is a great power system and easy to understand.
Romance isn't really my thing but the writing was good. The mystery is enough of a hook to keep me reading. The characters are very real and down to earth. Sometimes that's a breath of fresh air between the reality ending gaming systems and grinding to level infinity.
It's well written and well edited. The beginning starts with just the right amount of action and the bully scene was classic. Snitching does often end with worse bullying especially in today's age. Over all a good start.
The classic evil protagonist. A good relatable tale of how the little injustices slowly drive a man to evil. The injustice of an unfair world eventually drives the protag into a realization. There are no morals we made them up. That's what I got from it.
I like the premise, there aren't as many chapters as I would like back in weight. Everyone likes psycho royalty. As for the characters, I did like them.
I like the premise and it is very interesting. The pace is very quick, which I like. Nothing is perfect, the tenses do change from past to present. But that's about the only gripe I have.
Ok, it does need editing and some proof reading. Its a great start with a clear and concise plot. I do like the suicide mission at the beginning, Though, it does need to be fleshed out more.
Knights use paige squire knight and knight captain from what I gathered. My original plan was to use US Marine terms but Jon hasn't had any contact with a group like that. So I used what he knew. He knows of fighters teachers and students or in this case recruits. He's using the term recruit to distance himself from the responsibility of taking a true student.