Rosile

Rosile

54 chapters / 138028 words

Approximately about 12 hours to read

Description:

In the year 2112, one hundred years after the meteor crash and seventeen years after WWIII, there exists a nationality of sorts known as 'Furries'. Their appearances range from simple ear and tail attachments to horrifying, beastly mutations, but that's not important. What is important is the relationship between our main characters as they travel towards their destination, and face many hardships along the way that may or may not relate to this minority. Many controversial views will be addressed as expected with everyday life, so I suggest you proceed with caution. Guns will be shot, lies will be told, kisses will be exchanged, and the human mind will be pushed beyond the edge of insanity.

This is not your average story. Why? Because you have me as the narrator. You can trust me.

Comments(9)

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about 5 years ago Julia World~Weaver said:

Still coming back and reading it! I love it! The story has taken so many turns I never expected! Still love it! Keep up the good work!

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about 5 years ago Kayelin R said:

This is really intriguing. Kinda reminded me of a manga/anime plot line. :)

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over 5 years ago Emily(: said:

Wow, 10 hours! I only read the first few chapters, if that's alright with you. I like the storyline and where you're going with it, although this isn't exactly the type of genre I'd aim to read. Good job though!

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over 5 years ago Haley Nechipor said:

Man, this book is epic no matter what website you put it on!

Reviews(2)

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about 5 years ago Katherine Rae said:

Hello! Because of the overload of free reads I’ve offered, I have only read up to Chapter 1 in your novel. Remember: everything I say is opinion; I do not mean to offend anyone in any way. While Reading Notes...

“Which was currently the only light illumining the place at the moment.” (Get rid of either ‘currently’ or ‘at the moment.’ It sounds a bit choppy with both.)

“...this mansion was far from abandoned...” (I would word this differently; you don’t actually mention anything about the mansion being abandoned before, so it’s a little awkward when you suddenly say it.)

Have no notes for the poetry...

Overall Notes: it was pretty good. It seems interesting, even by reading that little bit. I hope I’ve helped. :)

~Katherine Rae

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about 5 years ago Adrien Beaumont said:

I shall be forthright with you and tell you that I did not finish this.

Your style is flat and pompous, giving off airs with nothing but vague details to attempt to support it. Said details are present in excess, making the piece something seem like something to be slogged through rather than read.

The piece reminds me, more than anything, of something from the 19th century. If this was your intention, then I guess you're fine and this just isn't my cup of tea, but I found your writing to be arduous and I only managed to get a few chapters in.

On the upside, from a grammatical perspective you're golden. You've got a wonderful grasp of the English language and its intricacies. The only thing I'd keep an eye out for is the difference between it's and its.

it's = it is its = genderless possessive