Monster with the Face of a Child

Rated 3.20/5 based on 5 reviews
Jet black crows circled crimson fields that stretched for miles. The sky appeared as though it had been dyed red, and the countryside was littered with flesh and bone. Blood soaked weapons lay clutched in the hands of mutilated corpses, and all living men that had once gathered there were no longer of this world.

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Review by: Angela Cotting on Nov. 07, 2013 :
I hope I'm constructive here as I understand that Miss Queen is a young author. I can give you points for your imagination, and I can really feel how you're trying to get out the images from your mind...but a draft shouldn't go up for everyone to see. The use of words - 'chocked' vs 'choked' - you've misspelled a great deal... and then there's the fact that in several paragraphs you actually contradict your descriptions...and the only explanation I can think of is that you just like the sound of the words. You also use blocks AND indents. You definitely have a talent worth nurturing, but the surest way of not following through with it is by putting up material you know could and should be better - and then having people shoot it down so many times that you don't want to get back up. I'd advise you to do this one again ...and again....and again....and then put it back up. All the best to you!
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Review by: David Blake on April 28, 2013 :
A reasonable tale, but I'd have liked a bit more depth to the setting - ie descriptions of the buildings and the culture. The 'plot' doesn't really go anywhere - the boy kills someone violently... then someone else... then someone else...
And some of the vocabulary seemed repetitive too (for example, several times we're told someone isn't fazed).
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Review by: D.E.P. on April 03, 2013 :
I did not know how to contact you so I made a I was wondering how you liked my book "Seed of Life." My email is
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Review by: Jason Perry on March 25, 2013 :
Pretty decent storyline/plot. However, the story didn't really grab my attention, like I was expecting. I will admit that the idea of the little boy being the killer, was really impressive. I was pretty impressed with the ending. The part about the Lord failing twice with killing the little boy, that got me thinking that the author is, perhaps, making another part (perhaps a flashback) to what happened the first time the Lord failed, with trying to kill the little boy.

Decent job, overall.
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Review by: Miranda Thomason on March 14, 2013 :
This story has a nice pace and rhythm. The descriptive language is great. A few little things-The sight of a blood stained child among his court of soldiers and entertains didn't faze him, but he would have preferred the brat out of sight. Entertainers?
"You must be fool… if you thought five hundred men would get rid of me." You must be a fool?
Page 7 at the top-dagged should be dagger unless you meant a lock of matted or dung coated wool.
I suggest picking up a copy of Writer's Market and submitting this short story to magazines that buy in the horror genre. This story shows progress in your writing from Emma White. Mostly notably in the organization and flow.
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