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on May 04, 2013 :
I thought this was a really, really good story. A hugely intriguing scenario, in many respects more of a character play than an out-and-out horror tale.
I did think it was over-long, however, and wished it could have been only about half of the length. Descriptions all but disappeared after the initial introductions of the characters, save for the closing scene. And the sheer number of spelling or punctuation errors was very distracting, with numerous confusions between "to" and "too", "said" and "side", "accept" and "except", and an irritating insistence on preceding any character's name with a comma.
A decent editor would probably get this story up to "5" standard. As it stands, it's only a 3, but a very thought-provoking 3 all the same.
(review of free book)