Well, I can't sleep. Woke up at 5:30 AM (!!!) and went right back to work. This whole plotting thing is occupying my brain and won't let me go. And then I get this about IRKADURA. Made my morning. (The funny part is, when I wrote IRKADURA, I had no idea about plotting. I didn't plot it. Not at all.)
"So I'm writing this at 3 in the morning, so excuse me if the majority of this doesn't make any sense. Just know that I REALLY mean well, despite any sentences that may cause confusion.
Oh. My Goodness.
I am so thankful that [my friend] recommended this masterpiece to me. If you couldn't tell, I refused to go to sleep until I finished reading it and writing all of this! I am honestly just appalled at how good this was. I'm just going to go into to further detail about what I liked, so I hope this doesn't bore you or irritate you with how long it's going to be. First, I absolutely ADORED the writing style. The use of figurative language in this story is one of the best and unique things about the story. I've never seen anything like it. Also, the characters were simply the best. Despite losing a couple people along the way, the character development in this story was simply wonderful. For example, Irina started off as a meek mouse, afraid of the world and afraid to speak up (literally) for herself, but by the end of the story, she has grown to become so much more. There were a fair share of characters that I wanted to stab (I guess there's already someone who would do that for me, hm?) but I supposed all stories have that. The plot was absolutely brilliant, and clearly, there was never a point where I wanted to stop reading. There was always something that made me want to continue, to see what would happen next.
To wrap things up, you will definitely see more from me on other stories of yours, and thank you so much for taking the time to make this. It was such a fantastic read."