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PATERNUM

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By Nova Girl93, author of RU in? Saga

Oct 4, 2019: The different concepts of superheroes in this webserial are very interesting. I’m loving the MC. They are interesting and I love the relationship they have with their dad. A lot of information has been explained in the first few scenes, but it was done in such a way that it wasn’t boring, but intriguing. The sketches throughout are a nice added touch.

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SPRIG

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By Nova Girl93, author of RU in? Saga

Sep 22, 2019: Sprig has incredible world building and a unique main character. I love the story. It keeps me interested. There is enough mystery going on that it keeps me reading. I also like the aspect of different types of people who don’t normally come together end up coming together to help each other. The writing itself is good. It’s not muddled down with too much information. It gives you plenty to know what is happening and keep you interested, but not too much to make you bored. I can honestly say that I’m never bored reading it.

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GRAVEN

A dark, fast-paced take on the superhero genre

By Anna, author of Fishbowl

Sep 19, 2019: Graven is an engaging story that manages to be fast-paced without ever feeling rushed or confusing. Although I have yet to finish the story, the characters I’ve been introduced so far are very well-developed even with the quick pace.

The story’s intriguing premise makes it engaging from the first chapter, and the lore is interesting and very well thought out. I definitely recommend readers check out the lore chapters.

First person rotating POVs have a tendency to feel disorienting if handled poorly, but Graven handles this very well. The changing viewpoints never feel confusing; the switches between characters feel smooth, seamless, and natural.

There are a few grammatical and spelling errors sprinkled throughout the story, but not enough to noticeably detract or distract from it. Despite the minor issues, the grammar is good overall.

Graven is a very well-done story, and I recommend it to anyone who enjoys superhero stories or dark, gritty post-apocalyptic settings.

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