The Vaticinator

Rated 4.33/5 based on 6 reviews
Josh Lichinsky longs to be a mature therian, to make his father proud. A proud father, he gets. Along with a potentially gay status, an upside turned down life and a dooming fate. And all thanks to his life partner, Neal Stephens. More
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About Namita Singh

The most basic things that I enjoy are reading, dancing, writing and cooking. Cooking is more fun when I am the only one to be served. I had been learning dance throughout my school life, since I was eight years old and till time came to pass out of high school. I am known to be decently good at dancing, if not overtly fabulous. On the contrary, reading is something I got introduced to during my late teenage years. Dancing and Reading are two things that I love indulging in. One makes me happy while the other keeps me enthralled.
I am usually quiet; unruffled. Although on the internet I have been accused of being quite the chatter box. Figures.
I discovered my love for writing almost two years back. When I read through my half, incomplete stories, I found my work enough appealing to me. Hence, I still write, working to complete my sempiternal stories.
My top favorite authors are Ayn Rand, John Grisham and Paulo Coelho, amongst others. I have been known to immensely enjoy fantasy books like Harry Potter series by J. K. Rowling, Lord of the rings trio by Tolkien and even Percy Jackson series by Rick Riordan.
That’ll be it.

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Review by: AshantiMax on Sep. 30, 2017 :
It was difficult to get passed the beginning as it seemed a bit pretentious, and it does need editing. That aside, I loved it! What I don't like is the 'to be continued' ending. If there is not a sequel, why put to be continued? All in all, it's a great read, and it's free!
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Review by: jethryk on April 7, 2016 :
Great original story. The author's first language isn't English and this often means that some words are either odd or inappropriate. Stick with it though as it's worth the effort.
A quick edit ought to fix some of these quirky language issues.
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Review by: stazia65 on Sep. 22, 2015 :
loved the story. its always nice to read a new twist on an old theme. looking forward to the next one (although i hope the fact the other reviews were over a year ago means it didn't get written)
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Review by: Helena on Aug. 17, 2014 :
I was disappointed that the book didn't have much romance (i'm a romance junkie). However, I found the story to be very original, compelling and beautifully written. I strongly disagree with the first two reviewers ( I think the first reviewer didn't take the time to get into the story before writing a negative review. The 2nd reviewer seems more concerned about the fact that the the author's first language is not English than the content of the book itself). The book only needs a little editing, noting major. Other than that it's a very enjoyable read. Keep up the good work.
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Review by: Loa Xing on Aug. 10, 2014 :
I am very lucky to have read this book it writes a rich world with characters that make me feel very strongly. I identify with the characters struggle and feel some of my difficult emotions expressed through the plot. Very good 5 stars.
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Review by: Terry Raimond on Aug. 9, 2014 :
Once I got past the first few pages, I started to really get into the book. The story is well-written and engaging as well as original. By the end I was sad that the book ended and that a sequel hadn't yet been written.

The major downside is that the wording throughout the book is often a bit awkward. It was understandable, but the grammar was just off enough that I could tell the author's native language wasn't English (at least not American or British English). Honestly, this wasn't a huge deal since the main character is from Latvia and it just felt like I was hearing a story from someone from another country whose English wasn't perfect. After a while, I hardly noticed the oddity and just enjoyed the story.

I wouldn't recommend the book to someone who can't stand bad grammar in books, but if you are someone who can get past that, I'd encourage you to download it. For a free book, I feel that it was excellent.
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Review by: beginstomorrow on Aug. 4, 2014 : (no rating)
I'll be honest, I didn't get past the first page. The book summary looks interesting, but the story needs heavy editing and redrafting before it's anywhere near ready to be shared and eventually sold. I advise the author to run this by an experienced editor.
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