|Reviews for Kuekuatsu Vol 2: Daugther of the Sun|
| K-linn chapter 3 . 4/11
i love it! never give up, and i hope you keep writing.
| K-linn chapter 2 . 4/11
i think you should try to use words like laughed, chuckled, and snickered instead of using giggle so many times. other then that it is a great story.
| K-linn chapter 1 . 4/11
i like the story, but why are all the girls so ... giggly?
| Guest chapter 12 . 7/17/2014
I feel it was well written and very entertaining.
| Sabby chapter 12 . 12/26/2012
So, are you going to update this volume 2 anymore ?
| Angel chapter 12 . 9/25/2011
Originally I was googling something else with a similar name to your book/story. However, I continued to read and what hooked.
The only thing I really have to grip about is that although your details in the characters and the story itself are very good you do tend to repeat these details often. Almost as if we would forget what these characters look like. Also, even though the fight scenes are very interesting they seem to drag out a bit at times. I also have to agree with another reader/review that towards the middle or end of a couple of chapters you can tell you were either rushing or became lazy to hurry and end the chapter.
Other than that I do enjoy reading. I look forward to reading the rest of the chapters/story you have in store for us.
| stackss chapter 12 . 8/18/2011
I really enjoyed reading this! can't wait to see what happens next! please write more! your characters have me hooked!
| HeroofEnelios chapter 12 . 5/30/2011
Man I bet Kuekuatsu feels really bad about not really being able to explain everything to his family about just what is going on. Since it is really big, and Kuronous and all this stuff is happening to them. The only thing for sure, is that they have a long road ahead of them it seems. Awesome chapter!
| Cole Culain chapter 12 . 5/30/2011
Another great chapter. Nothing to gripe about. The only thing I wonder is the geography of the world. Since there's no real map or diagram, and the events have taken place in really specific areas, it hasn't bugged me too much, but after Larvitz mentioned Valhalla and Sevonia, I've started to wonder.
| HeroofEnelios chapter 11 . 5/16/2011
I can kind of see how this could be less annoying to write than chapter 9-10 but at the same time I kind of don't. Well doesn't matter. All the same it was another exciting chapter with, this Lucia character in the plot now things are getting very, very interesting. Looking forward to more!
| Cole Culain chapter 11 . 5/16/2011
When I first started reading this chapter, I noticed several things. You went back to spamming commas for a while. It helps if you read what you're saying aloud, and every time it seems like the right place to stop and breathe for a second, put a comma.
Also, show don't tell, especially in that scene with Ellie. Instead of saying "BAM, this is her eye and hair color, and this is what she felt like, deal with it!", try to say something like, "She flicked her dark hair out of her eyes, and sighed with regret".
Also, I wonder at the difference between Lucia's magic and Scarlet's magic. It seems to have very different mediums. And again, this whole world seems to be split down the middle in terms of society. I know I've beat this point to death in the past few reviews, but it needs to be said.
Half the world seems to operate like something out of a classic fairy tale, with farming villages, and deep dark forests and stuff, and the rest seems like perfect sci fi. It's just... polarizing.
Anyways, good luck in your future writing exploits. I'll give these words of advice if you start on a side story. Focus on only one story each time you sit down to write. I had some trouble with this when I started writing Armageddon and Sin, because Scattered Sparks took a back seat. However, those were almost exercises, experiments. it's not right to make the actual story suffer for the sake of a side project. Just budget your time wisely.
| Cole Culain chapter 10 . 5/6/2011
Uh... werewolves are immortal? Since when? There's usually a whistle before the bomb drops, you know. Also, while I can remember, the last paragraph has you switiching between past and present tense a few times. And not to nitpick but it seems like you were in the state of mind: "Damn it, almost done, screw the details. This is what happened, shut up, deal with it."
Again I'm forced to wonder about the continuity of the story. Except for a few plot overlaps way back when, they might as well be happening on two different planets. Why couldn't the Wolf Pack just drive or fly or something to the Cave of the Elements? And why doesn't Scarlet actually go out to this desert to find Kurnunous or Ketsu? She has the mobility.
I also wonder about her cloak. What's the significance? Why is she so anxious to get it fixed?
| Cole Culain chapter 9 . 5/6/2011
So sorry I took so long to review this... I don't think I got the email alert, and school life's been really busy and... yeah. *sigh* I'm going to review now.
This chapter felt... chaotic. Like you slapped ideas together just one after another after another. I guess the chaos plays well into a concert atmosphere, but I'm not crazy about it.
Another thing I found myself wondering is what is the criteria for a talking animal. Lula and Iggy both talk, and seem to have some form of self awareness, but obviously not all animals are like that.
I also find the difference between the worlds of magic users and non magic users startling. It's occured to me before, but I found it really startling and poignant this chapter. Lycanthropes live in caves on the edges of society, and elves, draconians, and enochians seem to live in a self-imposed exile in the most remote regions. And yet other magic users live in a super-advanced society. It's obviously a little late now, but had I written this, I would have included some forms of prejudices. Like humans and wizards don't like x, y and z races because they're too primitive. Basically what I'm saying is, I find it strange and awkward that one of your protagonists goes out to a rural farming village, then in a brief span of time returns to her sci-fi esque society, while your other protagonist has spent the entire length of his narrative on the fringe of civilization, romping through the woods.
It's just... weird.
Also, I'm beginning to wonder when Ketsu and Scarlet are going to meet up again. They haven't been together since very early on in Book 1 (some little voice is saying chapters 3 or 5). It'd just be a nice bit of closure to have them come together again.
0_o Long review is long.
| HeroofEnelios chapter 10 . 4/18/2011
My name is IGGY!
...I laughed at that. I really did. Ahh... the awesomeness of comic relief. It's always nice when stories get really tense. You know there always is a time when there is too much fighting or emotion. A little relaxation. The iguana helped with that. And the last two updates have been magnificent, with both action and comic relief. So kudos.
| Cole Culain chapter 8 . 3/28/2011
Nice chapter, I'm glad to see you back. The only thing I'd note is you used a lot of speech tags. You really only need one or two for each snippet of dialogue. It's useful when they change their tone of voice, but you don't have to constantly use "said, cried, exclaimed, et all," mainly because we already know who's talking, especially in a situation like this where there are only two dominant characters.
I'll admit I was a little bummed when I didn't get the Kuronous backstory. I kind of want to hear that full legend. Also I recall Tsukiyomi and the other spirit gods were able to directly touch Ketsu, but at the time he was in the spirit world, so I assume that makes sense. Still, will he need to end up finding a blue jewel like scarlets? I think that would be kind of cool.
Anyway, as a final note, I've noticed Scarlet's chapters are generally used to add depth and background to the story. She sees minimal action compared to Ketsu, so perhaps this is something you might want to remedy.