Movella Reviews

Hello everybody! This is a completely unoriginal idea but here I am, starting a movella review report. I can't review anything marked as red (not old enough) but I can read over anything marked green or yellow. I would prefer not to have fan-fics about 1D or Justin Bieber, but if it absolutely desperate, I would be more than happy to review it. Just leave the name of your book in the comments below and I will review them ASAP. :)


3. The Legend of Zelda-By Enya Sanders

First off, I would just like to say that I personally love the character Zelda and it was great to come over a piece of fan-fic writing about her!

I was literally speechless when I read the first line of this story. Enya's description in the Prologue is phenomenal I mean, here is just one of the lines from it "The sun light cast a radiant glow upon us as she tossed the upper half of her body towards the hazy orange sky." This description just paints a wonderful picture in my head and automatically grips me into the rest of the story. What is really well done is there is not too much description to make the reader feel bored but just enough to really make them want to read more. 

Secondly, I adored the dialect for the characters. Enya has really put some thought into the 'voice' of the characters which makes the story feel very realistic and interesting. For example, one of her characters (Beth) says '"Talo, if you and Malo want it so badly, just buy it from my parents' shop." Beth huffed, her hands on her hips and toes tapping.' This single piece of dialect really gives the reader a great impression of who the character Beth is but the best part is, is that Enya manages to write in this was flawlessly through her whole story so far! 

Finally, I would just like to say that Enya had no grammatical or spelling mistakes which just made my reading experience much more enjoyable as it was smooth and very professionally laid out. 

Well done, Enya!

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