I am not exactly sure what I expected from a short novel, but I truely thought there would be more depth to these characters. The whole read felt generic and predictable.
Outlander, or something by R.A. Salvatore.
Great stories, even short ones, need to leave the reader with a feeling that the book they just read is now a great memory. A memory that can be recalled, at will, with clarity and closeness to the charaters that can only be conveyed through the passions of good writing.
No reaction. . . that is the problem.
I think this author's intent was to sell a book instead of creating a story. I could see paying for this short novel as a book, but not $6.00 for an audio.
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