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Tears Of The Sky

By: Mohannad ilkarbal@gmail.com

Status: In Progress

Summary:

In a land where humans live under the claws of wars , death , and shadows of men that has nothing but greed to live on , a time where the weak , has nothing to do but find the safest place they can find , crawl under there and wait for their death to visit sooner or later , In a place name The "Athorra" Village there was no hope , everything turned to grey until one day the sun of hope started rising again with a new face of a hero that has come to change everything to the good . at least those were his intentions , but what the Destiny holds for him is fr different from what he hoped ,,,

Created: July 12, 2014 | Updated: January 2, 2018

Genre : Fantasy

Language : English

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      Punctuation is awkward.  Check out Eats Shoots and Leaves by Lynne Truss, or Woe is IThe Transitive Vampire is also an excellent book on grammar and punctuation.  The text needs a lot of work, but the story line is fine.  Good luck editing. 

      April 14, 2015 | Lynn Hollander


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      Hello , thank you so much for commenting , i dont know what pronunciations you mean , can you be clearer please ?

      May 9, 2015 | Mohannad ilkarbal@gmail.com


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      No, I wasn't commenting on the pronunciations.  I never studied phonics at school --I'm a Navy Brat and went to 8 different elementary schools and always missed phonics-- I do the word recognition method because that's all I know. I don't pronounce at all while I'm reading.  I may, however, rely more than other readers on punctuation to guide me through the text. 

      This text, as I said, has very erratic punctuation.  There are run-on sentences where two sentences are jammed together and commas inserted or omitted.  I suggest you stop putting quotation marks around non-dialogue words, like:  "Heit" and so forth.

      Do give The Transitive Vampire a look.  It offers excellent and amusing examples of correct grammar.  Eats Shoots and Leaves  is useful for intelligent punctuation. 

      May 10, 2015 | Lynn Hollander


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      thank yo so much for the help ,i really appreciate it 

      May 10, 2015 | Mohannad ilkarbal@gmail.com


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      Amazing imagination from an amazing writer <3 .
      What a great talent you have, keep going and keep writing. I'm sure that I'll read your name on TV one day ^.^ . 
      I am waiting for the rest of the book...


       

      June 9, 2015 | Rasha Blondy


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      Thank you so much for aying that my dear ^_^ , it really means alot hearing it from you 

      June 11, 2015 | Mohannad ilkarbal@gmail.com