Posted January 5th, 2013 by rebecca
A Book Review by Rebec
in Rivendell, the only place in Middle Earth that gets Wi-Fi
A short story of any form could be at least paragraphed, but otherwise, it is amazing. Because it is different, so radically different from anything I have reviewed previously, I am rocking back and forth in the corner working out how to structure this so it is just the same as all my other interviews.
This is, naturally, impossible. It's a short story, and this paragraph, which used to be the protagonist paragraph is irrelevent, because there is none. No protagonist, just a continuous voice, and a narration that is possible first person. I could excuse the brackets if they fitted with this narration, but it is so mysterious and enigmatic that really, who needs brackets here? Use a subordinate clause.
It is about villains, and heroes, the motivations of the two. It is a dark piece, that deserves a decent title, but I suppose imagination can only stretch so far. This was utter genius. I cannot begin to described my thoughts on this. It is by far the writer's best piece.
I gave it five because it captures the imagination. It utterly deserved that.
For the writer (see - I can't say author now because it isn't a book. You ruined my entire structure):
Paragraph it, and use subordinate clauses to keep the style constant. Also, write books like this, because this is your best piece yet.
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