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Three O'Clock by S. Gates

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Rated 6.78 out of 10 Statistics


Genre: Fantasy / Supernatural

Updated: Weekly

Content Advisory

Occasional Coarse Language

Occasional Violence


Overall Rating: 6.781

Average Rating: 1 (Guests), 7 (Members)

Ranking: #309

Rating Count: 2 (0 Guests, 2 members)

1 indicates a weighted rating.

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"Interesting and a Good Start"

I found the story so far enjoyable with only a few issues.

Good: The descriptions are top notch, especially the descriptions of traveling between worlds and the moment of the truck accident. The dialogue for the most part is solid (though I agree with the whole "jerkface" problem). The characterization was strong and I really like Yuri — she’s managed not to seem like a damsel in distress despite being, well, in a great deal of distress for the first few chapters. The story moves along at a good pace (aside from the prologue) and I read all the chapters in one sitting.

Bad: I found myself skimming over the prologue and only starting to really read once Reese and Yuri were discussing their lives, and I felt a bit regretful that I was being informed of Yuri’s family history with anecdotal dialogue rather than in-scene, through flashback or in the prologue. I still have an unclear picture of Adan physically despite the brief history provided, though I suspect the world will be given greater detail as we go through it. I got a FFX [videogame] vibe from it, though I’m unsure how intentional that was.

All in all, a great premise that is taking off nicely and is improving with each chapter.

Rating: 7 / 10

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