Song of Death

Song of Death

21 chapters / 70244 words

Approximately about 6 hours to read

Description:

PLEASE EXCUSE THE PROLOUGE! IT NEEDS TO BE REWRITTEN SO YOU MAY SKIP IT IF YOU LIKE
Set in the kingdom Ulterïa, the resident faeries are facing the threat of total ethnocide. A unexpected group of outcasts are to be the saviors of the race. This novel may end up as a series of novels.

Genres:

Writing, Fantasy, Novel

Comments(8)

Gandalf

over 4 years ago Jack Pagliante said:

I write High/Epic fantasy too!!! Anyway, this was great and I really loved the world building/creative aspects of the story. If you want you can check out my story The Curse of Vvhen, I think you might like it.

S1380039

over 5 years ago Matthew Dalzell said:

Finally: another person who sees fit to use umlauts! I thought I might be the only one...

Cool4

over 5 years ago Katie ZaBAM said:

Okay, I loved this immediately because I'm a huge sucker for a good fantasy novel. The plot is really unique and cool to think about as well. And your writing style is simply divine! I admit I haven't finished reading yet, but from what I did get up to, you had me captivated the whole time, and the supernatural element in this story really added a nice touch! Great work. Keep up the phenomenal writing!

Me and king 2

over 5 years ago Tori Lutz said:

Cute and unique, you have an interesting writing style. Didn't read the whole thing but it's going somewhere :)

Reviews(1)

Swift

over 5 years ago Emily Skrutskie said:

Your style is really great for this sort of writing! However, you need to fix your punctuation around dialogue tags. Right now you have stuff like "'This.' He said," where you ought to punctuate it as "'This,' he said." My major concern is that you open with a worldbuilding info dump, which is sort of a peeve of mine. Story is tied to character, and when we're introduced to a world without having a character to relate to, it can distance your reader from the material. I would recommend starting with your characters, and working in the worldbuilding and history as you go along. Overall, though, this is really solid work, and I wish you the best of luck in continuing this!