What can I say? I'm a young(ish) person who likes to write and read.
4.0/5 Definitely an interesting and weird (but in a good way!) story. It's fast-paced and the story develops quickly. Lots of action and mini-conflicts. There's some grammatical errors, however. For example, sometimes the story switches from past tense to present, then back again and so on. For a story told in third person like this one, I suggest keeping it in past tense, as that's what works best normally. I also would've loved to see Harrison try to adjust into his new gender, which I feel like should've happened. But other than that, keep it up, author! [img=recommend]
Hey there! This is the author here to tell you a bit about what this novella is meant to teach and some other little things. Friendship is something that's often overlooked. Most people have friends that they hang out with and share jokes with. This story is meant to delve deeper into what friendship truly is in its purest state. *STOP READING HERE IF YOU HAVEN'T READ THE BOOK YET (you can resume at the next caption)* Here's where Atlas comes in. He betrays Link's trust, and yet in the end, their friendship is not lost. This was the first scene I imagined when I came up with the idea for this story. It led me to think: what is friendship, really? Does it last forever? (Philip asks this question.) What makes up a true friendship? Obviously the story is not perfect. Nothing is, including what I believe friendships are. You can betray someone's trust, but what displays real friendship is if the two people ultimately come back together. Of course, I'm not telling any of you to have only very intimate relationships with other people. This tale, while short, is meant to display the power of friendship. *RESUME READING HERE* If you have fake friends that you're too scared to let go, know that I'm here for you. Wherever you are, it will be okay. Whoever you are, this story is for you. And if you're afraid and alone, friendless and without companions, know that there are people who care for you. Whether or not you believe it, it will always be true. And one day, I believe that you will find a friendship that's as unbreakable as Link and Atlas's. This story is for you. And for you who don't relate to this story but one day might. Keep shining. Don't let your light go out. People love you, and even in death, they always will. Remember that. I share with all of you this story of friendship. This, dear reader, is for you. (PS: Apologies for writing such a long letter! I needed to get my thoughts down.) [img=faceslap]
I think this book has a very interesting and unique storyline. It kept me wanting more during most of the chapters. The characters have personalities that aren't all the same, so that's a good thing. The story developed pretty well in my opinion as well. My only complaint is there are lots of grammar/punctuation mistakes. The story is still readable, though, so it's mostly okay. Keep it up, author!
Great plot; the characters are developed well. The grammar and punctuation are excellent. If there were any tense mistakes, I missed them. It was fun to read and I liked it!
I really like the plot! The story is easy to follow, and other than a few missing letters or commas, your vocabulary is quite large. I think something you could work on is not repeating sentences. For example, you ended a few sentences with "she yowled sniffling".