i am a budding writer who wants to explore genres and plots that others have not used. having said that i also like to keep my stories simple. i like to tell stories from the view point of a layman.
i have one suggestion. please avoid repeating the last lines of the previous chapter. those who read the previous chapter would know how it ended anyway. you could start with an ellipsis instead.
shabdabhedi!! an extremely hard skill that puts an archer leagues above others!!!!
A good start to the story. the extremist view of only one side is right and the other side is wrong and there cannot be a an alternate reality is a concept that has been the cause of many wars resulting in bloodshed, destruction of life and property. yet, it continues to serve as a strong plot for an equally strong story. i hope this story provides as good a plot as i expect it to.
wasn't it Brighu and not Venugopal?
ah!! the real champion!!!
hahaha! a typical math problem that i hated so much!!!!
it's such a thought provoking story and an axcellent one. but i disagree with the single language formula since it would mean forcibly destroying other languages in favourof a single one. a language is as important as the culture and destroying a regional language is as good as destroying that culture. because langauge and culture go hand in hand and cannot be separated. its like separating a baby from its mother. national integrity can still be achieved without having to destroy a unique language and culture.
I am not a fan of werewolf stories but this author wrote this story in a very enticing manner. The story of the unfortunate protagonist reclaiming her destiny always inspires curiosity and interest in the readers and this story successfully captures the reader's attention with a very strong narration. However, the language needs a little refining as some of the words and expressions used are jarring. I realise that English may not be the author's native tongue, still it could be polished more. i say this as a person who has learnt English as a second language and only in school. English is not my native tongue either, All the best to the writer.
i was pleasantly surprised to see this book in the ranking list. The story is quite strong and i was impressed by the narration. 152 reviews are an indication of the worthiness of this book. As an Indian it makes me quite happy to see a good book. kudos to the writer and i wish him/her all the best.
Well, the story is quite captivating. after reading 12 chapters i simply added it to my library. there are more than a hundred reviews already and i don't want to repeat anything. so i made some chapter comments and might do so as i read the story further. All i want to say is if you looking for a good supernatural thriller, this book is right one. good job by the author.