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A Tail’s Misfortune
A Tail’s Misfortune
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For years Sora has been viciously harassed by bullies, being subject to physical, psychological, and emotional torture from middle school to high school. This, however, is going to change as Sora’s sixteenth birthday draws near; reality begins to twist as myths and legends surround her. She starts to change from a demure teenage girl to something else as she struggles to come to terms with her new transformation.

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      Status: cb1-6
      Mar 22, 2019

      That Acidic Tongue and this quick and sharp dialogue. Delicious.

      Grammar: 4.9/5

      Story: 4/5

      Writing: 5/5

      Another nice bit of work by an author I'm growing fond of on this site. The grammar is impeccable, the story while not entirely new to the genre is executed beautifully, and the writing ties it all together in a stunning package. There are minor flaws in the writing of this author, but a quick proofread by a third party would fix those in a jiffy, while a professional editor would be recommended to polish everything into a gem. 

      Overall, another masterpiece I'm looking forward to the completion of. The initial chapters give you that slight sick-to-the-gut feeling when you see females fighting over something viciously... delightful.

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      Status: b3 — 26. the stripped fox
      Aug 30, 2019

      Before we get into spoilers and my thoughts on each book I just wanted to say. I quite enjoyed where each book ended and begun. It felt very right to me which is something I find a number of authors fail to accomplish. Secondly overall I give a thumbs up but I'll provide more detail in the next heading

      Book 1


      Overall I enjoyed book one, the message at the beginning terrified me though. Darker than years of mental and physical trauma? Didn't sound pleasant. In the end it wasn't that bad. Perhaps its just the odd weight I give to mental torture but honestly nothing really topped the first short while in terms of just uncomfortable feelings. Not a complaint mind you just something of note. Next I am pleased that the night she went out partying was, skipped, and quickly resolved. I hate it when characters loose there memory especially if its the main one however it was handled well, bit strange and I felt it was bit too out of character even after the change but not that bad. I cannot say I felt strongly about any character during the first book, this has been helped immensely but for just the first book only Sora kept my interest. Story wise I liked all the references and the nine days of transformations I think it was handled well. Pacing in the first book was also great never felt bored reading it. All in all, a solid first book but at this point it hasn't truly captured me if this makes sense


      Book 2



      So we've started book two and everyone's been captured. I like that we have the whole cast together for book two but in some ways it really left that final fight of book one unresolved. Ultimately though I feel this was the best decision because it creates a strangely compelling atmosphere almost like a train car murder mystery. Everyone is thrown together, we know the players but we do not know who will help who. Which priority take president. This was truly where I was like YES. Anyway then we get introduced to Diane. I have some mixed feelings about her. She created a great centre piece for the prison. Even though she wasn't in charge she was clearly the most important piece on the 'prison side' I hate her as a person but I love that. I also quite liked how we got introduced to Inari. I love her character, its such an interesting mix of so many things. Book two got me to care about Sora, Inari, Jin and ice girl who I can't remember the name of. The eye thing was interesting, through some chaos into the mix though I somewhat wish more happened with that it did lend a cool horror vibe to the prison for a while and despite it feeling out of place it was a nice little arc that might still be important. Eric, Eric Eric. So I am not sure how I feel about him. I would argue he doesn't have a redemption arc because he was shattered. To me Eric is a dead man, this new guy we just met called Eric is cool though sweet kid. Anyway on one hand I like that he has become a more interesting character but on the other I really would have enjoyed seeing someone punch him again. Fen and Tiger dude I forgot the name of feel like a good addition to the cast at this point but I do not yet care for them as characters. The series of several fights at the end was a bit strange. Having so many waves was a bit weird to me bit ultimately eh its a fight scene its fine. The whole deal with the devil part was interesting. Once again mixed feelings. I liked that they considered it and I also like that they didn't take the deal, it was clearly shady but a part of me does whish that Gina didn't shut that conversation down. Overall conclusion somehow it feels much better than book one.


      Book 3


      So this was certainly the most fun book, but I am not sure if I would say its the best. I'll withhold judgment until its finished I guess but at this moment I think two might edge it out for me. I really liked the awakening section. Debating psychology for quite a few chapters was fun especially because I recognised a lot of the works. Inari got a chance to say a lot of really interesting things as well and if I didn't mention it already I think she is probably my favourite character. I think this book went a long way to make me care a little about the whole cast. I still don't really care about wolf girl and bird boy, but I care more. The three adults had some interesting arcs as well but I really liked everything we did with Wendy that was top notch. The adults still feel a bit irrelevant I suppose but Mary is getting close to having me care about her at the very least. The big mystery in the hidden realm is interesting and we keep getting to see how complex and strange the whole thing is, but if I'm honest its nowhere near as interesting as the rest of the arc has been. Not to say its bad, not in the slightest, I expect good things going forward but the psychology and the awakening chats I think really nailed it. If it wasn't for the fact that book three is unfinished and I really loved all the pieces of book 2 book 3 might edge it out. As for the mixed perspective I have some mixed feelings honestly. The differing perspectives in this, at least for the bird and wolf chapters (look sorry I only remember Aiden's name and vaguely that wolfy starts with a Ka I am super bad at names) are chapters that I wasn't thrilled to read in the moment but in the broader context of the story I think I can say I am happy they were there. Its a hard balance to make when it comes to split perspectives.


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      Status: b2 — 21. change
      Aug 21, 2019

      The beginning is confusing, but its good. You should read it.

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      Status: b2 — 13. preparation
      Mar 24, 2019

      While it isn't perfect, this story is a joy to read and is amazingly compelling. The author has a real gift for storytelling. Keep up the good work

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      Status: cb2
      May 15, 2019

      I thought this was a pretty good story. I loved the MC as she unravels the mystery behind her transformation. The buildup was also pretty great. 

      But near the end of the first volume/book. It really started losing my interest. Then the Prelude for the second volume/book confirmed my fears. I never liked what is introduced to the story and it didn't feel me with much hope. 

      Based off of what I read of the first volume. Then I think this is a pretty fun story to read and even think the Miami setting is pretty unique. Others might enjoy what happens in the second volume but it isn't for me.

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