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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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EIKASIA

Eikasia is an intriguing fantasy novel with philosophical and psychological elements

By anomaly, member

Jul 13, 2013: What makes Eikasia an original and interesting fantasy novel is the fact that its two main characters, Nyx and Elmiryn, have mental maladies and unconventional ways of seeing the world. I was also pleased with the subtle featuring of philosophical ideas, ethics, and complex relational dynamics between all of the varied and fairly-realistic characters. The plot was exciting and compelled me to read continuously to get to the latest update.

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EIKASIA

A story of ideas

By Myyst, member

Feb 15, 2013: Eikasia is a story of ideas. A story where the major battles are interior, while the demons might be real, yet they might be not. Thus said, Eikasia is a great story of ideas. One that really matters. Full of darkness and danger . . . 

The journey begins in a village’s common outskirts, where Nyx, an ever out of place shapeshifter girl, stumbles on Elmiryn, a former warrior with a controversial sense of humour.

The writer’s pen follows with care their adventures in a land of magic and myths, while developing their deep romantic relationship and a captivating fantasy world that leads to a diversity of interesting paths for the mind. Did I already mention that Eikasia is a story of ideas? Well, it really is, in a diversity of what that may means.

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