I draw lines that look like letters and arrange them in funny shapes. Then, I publish that stuff.
I've literally never seen or read Dune. If this is like Dune, then it's a coincidence.
Don't say "ah math" like there is some issue in my math. Compared to the Dreamer, Riker isn't nearly getting fed as well. The dude can't torment people personally for 24/7 compared to the Dreamer, and he only has access to basic humans. Before you assume a high and superior stance, ask yourself if you might have missed something.
No, that's correct.
"Your review is biased." Meanwhile, writes a review that says "I know this story will be good because I read the past two."
Welcome to my third novel! I wrote two other novels before this one, Lightning Is the Only Way and Sword God in a World of Magic. This time, I want to go with a darker theme. I want to create a dark world where humanity is not the dominant species, and I want to tell a story about a character that, despite the darkness around him, still manages to see the light, while many others can't. Naturally, I'm not a guy that writes goody two shoes characters. Killings will take place. However, compared to my last MC, this one won't be as dark. But the darkness of the world will make up for it! Anyway, hope you have fun. Two Chapters per day. Join my Discord: https://discord.gg/EfePH46Aru
brah, I literally tried to write as much as possible to get to the deadline when the novel will end. I simply can't find anything to write about that isn't the last conflict. There's literally nothing else to talk about. How is the ending rushed when I can't even find any kind of filler/sidearc/whatever?
gotta delete the review because there are spoilers and no spoiler tag. You can repost it with a spoiler tag.
3.4 The characters talk naturally, and they also move around during their conversations, which is a good thing. I would even say these parts are good. However, everything else is drowned by an absolutely ridiculously huge avalanche of unnecessary descriptions drenched in fancy and complicated words. It seems more like the author is trying to sell us his mastery over english instead of his book. Becuase of that, reading the description portions feels like a huge drag. Luckily, the actual conversations look good.