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Callum is alone in the States applying for a job as an engineer when the world changes forever. In an event called the Emergence he is changed into a creature of legend known throughout many ancient cultures, the trickster fox. Follow Kalia as she descends into villainhood, becoming the greatest thief in Penrith city, outwitting heroes and villains alike!

This story has LGBTQ themes, Cuteness and Heartache , so if that's not your thing, I'm sorry :). Also contains the temporary death of a side character.

 

(Originally wrote this story on a different site, but I'm trying out royal road.)

 

Also, I should tell you that this is only one story of an expanded universe that my friends and I are writing in. There is two other stories currently being written, including one that will play an important role later on. We'll see if they upload here too.

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potatogoddess
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Read up to the latest chapter (chapter 4), story is a good read so far. Grammar is on point and there's pretty much only one character to judge right now which is the MC. He/she is pretty good and believable. Him dealing with the new changes is interesting, mostly with how his transformation seemed to have some changes to his emotions, which IMO seems and is done pretty believable. Can't judge style for shit but the storyvis presented pretty good so far and the action scenes are easy to follow. Only gripe I got is pretty small but its how the MC says he doesn't really care about politics but then proceeds to describe a group of people as looking like 'racist white trash'. It just felt a bit out of character for the MC to me. Again, just a minor gripe, maybe i'm just over/underthinking things. Overall pretty good story so far, which I feel I shouldn't be saying given that I'm only 4 chapters in. Looking forward to what comes next.

DerbyGhost
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A Thoroughly unbiased biased review

 This story is just lovely. Valerie has such a playful way with words and the audience is taken along for a ride. Kalia as a protagonist is puckish and immediately lovable. There are highs, lows, comedy, tragedy, and a whole lot of gay. Aka everything that a good discerning audience should look for in a story. 

Nicholas Dietz
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I am currently up to date (chapter 16), and this story has jumped into my list of favorites.

Good grammer, good writing style.

Story wise, it's fantastic. A delicious blend of superheroes and myth, all causing chaos.

WARNING! Character analysis has small spoilers.

Spoiler: Spoiler

 A great story with action, psychological trauma, fluffy romance (in more ways than one), and some wonderful yuri.

BE WARNED! If you cant handle girl love, or binary gender neutral characters, or racists, this probably isn't for you. But give it a try, you'll love it!

Kara Null
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I've been hooked since the first few chapters! I honestly can't get enough of Kalia! She's soooo cute! I'm always looking forward to the next chapter.

Honestly I've read a ton of fantasy and sci-fi over the years and have been enjoying this series just as much as many of my favorites!

The only downside is I can't binge read it for days on end yet!

Radek
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Through it is still early to to put a review (chapter 13 - Minx), but if it is going the current way, then there is no fear for it to drop  :).

The main character state of the mind is set up the way that we readers know how it works and why in certain situations "they" apply special methods to deal with their enemies. 

We also know that MC is a person that won't be turning into genocide maniac in near future as they suffer and want to deal revenge without hurting (too much) innocent people. 

I don't want to spoiler a story so I'm writing in roundabout way, but I think for sure. The story is written much better than my review, it is easy to read and non confusing as my review might be. 

The story is going in a completly new universe where is another story from another author. Just type Kammi Kettu in search bar and you will find it.

 

 

Thanks for reading this review. I hope that you didn't get a headache because of my writting.

Explorer Rowan
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The author has a very good grasp of what makes a fun character. Interesting personalities, fun powers but also interesting weaknesses. In a story of superheroes, balancing superpowers vs weaknesses and flaws is always tricky, and the author does a nice job there.

Author also has a good sense of pacing for action sequences. The story keeps superpowered action sequences fresh and moving and never gets bogged down in minutiae. Too often, action sequences drag on like combat rounds of a tabletop rpg, especially when superpowers or magic get involved, and this story nicely dodges that.

The story could do with a bit more attention from an editor, mostly to clean up some run-on sentences and to maintain some style consistency between chapters.

Overall an excellent work, and well worth the read.

Katie-the-Angel-Witch
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Villainous Vixen Vandalises Valuable Ventures

A fun and interesting read. A number of stories before have tried to push the tragic villain angle only to fall flat with a dickhead whose dad beat him and that's what's supposed to make us feel sad after we see such a character murdering puppies. 

Not Kalia though. Alladining through life without a Genie after turning into an adorable trickster fox girl, stealing from Nazis and Rich Folk. Really the only selfish thing she stole were the legs. I'm glad it exists with other stories so there's more to munch of the world, but even without it it's fun to read and experience. 

Especially because Val has intimate knowledge of how a fox girl would respond to certain...stimuli.

superdbgtfan
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Looking forward to more

she makes happy fox noises when pet or when cuddling her tail. enough said

Trashlyn
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Kammi Kettu is a wonderful engaging narrative universe filled with character i just want to hug (also tell them things are going to be alright) and I am deeply honored to be able to not only write in this universe but help shape the universe lore and steal Valerie's characters. >:3

Her narrative draws you into a world coping with almost apocalyptic change via unhealthy policy and reactions. The characters are understandable some are just trying to survive, others are making use of personal changes to make a name for themselves, some are tracking advantage of the situation and others fanatically looking for scapegoats.

Vale seems to try and balance her vicious pen with moments of humorous villain antics, kleptomania and disaster queer romance.

I really feel this narrative universe is going to really take off as the main story progresses and the side stories appear.


P.s. despite what another reviewer thinks it isn't racist to call out neo nazis and white supremists, nor is it religious discrimination to have a single character use her faith as motivation to try and murder a person who has changed.

puppy0cam
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Promising, but rough on the surface

The story shows a lot of promise, but it does face a problem with attempting to fit it's characters within a shared universe. For example, a character was killed off very quickly after being introduced in an arc. Without background knowledge from the sister story, it can feel like an unnecessary and unwarranted plot element.

With the character being continued in another story, it makes it feel as if the sole reason for the character to exist was to give a reason for events in the other story to happen.

That being said, it still shows a lot of promise, and I would recommend you to reserve your judgement until the story progresses enough to understand the purpose of doing things this way.