The S Girl
I can't say that I've ever read a spy story, it's not a genre that ever peeked my interest, but this book did! The pace is good from the start and keeps moving at a speed that makes you want to continue, There are a few grammatical errors, though they don't take away from the immersion. Well done!Read the story now
The story seems good so far, it's hard to judge with only two chapters. I can tell that Darcy is in a bit of a bind with the water situation and I'm curious to find out what happens with her exam! I will come back for any updates and add to this review.
The only suggestion I would make right now is the first line: "It was 5 0'clock am in the morning" I don't think you need to say it's the morning in addition, to "am" as that signifies the morning so it comes across a bit redundant.
Overall, good work - keep writing!!
P.S. I really wanted to review the Princess Who Donated her Kingdom, but you've got no more copies left, which is awesome for you and sad for me!!! haha :)
A Half Orphan
I enjoy this story! Ash's description of being a half orphan and not just saying "I don't have a dad" is beautiful and a poetic take on such a horrible situation. I love the dynamic between Ash and her mother, you can really tell they care for one another and Ash genuinely worries and feels for her mother's situation. Also, The line in Chp. 4 about Biju not resembling Brad Pitt or Matt Damon gave me a good laugh :P and I think the writing style is very pleasing to read and there are no minced words.
Overall, I do feel there could be a little more build up or incentive to continue reading. Personally, I just felt as though I was waiting for something big to happen as I read on and it wasn't happening. This isn't to say that I wasn't interested in the story, I just didn't feel any rush to find something out. I hope that makes sense!
While this is a story line that has been done before and I personally have an aversion to first person narratives; I am really pleased with how much I am enjoying this book! I will admit, I've only read the first two chapters, but I needed to let other readers know that this is a book that shouldn't be ignored. The writing is very professional and you can tell the Author took pride in their work by looking over it meticulously because there are little to no grammatical/spelling errors. The way the main character Scarlett drops bits of her history flows very nicely; there aren't big chunks of boring backstory that make you want to skip to a better part. Everything comes out as it's needed and I love Lillian!Read the story now
Slave of Fire: The Weeping End
Overall, the author has a wonderful imagination, you can really see that through the writing; the environment and characters come through well. A small taste of this book will definitely catch your interest!
However, I feel as though the sentence structure can be quiet rigid and at times the dialogue doesn't seem to flow very well. These are things that are easily fixed and if they are would create a smoother read.
From the very first line, you can tell that the author has a way with words. The writing is poetic and at times you almost forget you're reading a story and not watching it all unfold before you. I've been reading a lot between Inkitt and Wattpad and I have to say I haven't come across anything recently that is written so elegantly!Read the story now
A Wolf's Bane
I really like the approach to this story, it's not the usual beginning to a werewolf tale. I also appreciate the different spin on the mating aspect, it seems similar to the 'imprinting' that I have heard of in other Werewolf stories, but it's as though the two halves are separate and therefore have different interests.
That alone could prove to be incredibly tricky and I'm intrigued by the unknown drama that hangs around the idea.
I do feel that there are many unnecessary dialogue tags that tend to break up the cohesion of conversations. For me it seemed to pull me from my immersion more than drag me deeper. Overall, the Author's intentions and ideas seem to come across gracefully and I'm interested in reading more!
This is a fast passed, incredibly well written book. The characters are so relatable, each and every one of them. The major players all the way to the characters that are more or less just decoration have great dialogue. There is nothing that feels unnecessary to the story and I've absolutely never been bored with a chapter or scene. It's not easy to tell an original story that has a lot of it's roots planted in religion or mythology but H.H. Cook is the one to do it. Highly recommended!Read the story now
I know I probably sound demented, but I genuinely smiled at the end of this. Throughout the story my mind was racing as clues presented themselves and I tried to figure out what exactly was going on. Gorgeous description and immersion. I'm very excited to read more of your work!Read the story now