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To Enter Five Peaks Magical Academy you must have a familiar. Abigail hoped for a bird, maybe an owl like her best friend's, or a cuddly cat or loyal hound. She would have been happy with a particularly smart toad, even.

 

Instead she got you.

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Chapter Twenty-Nine ago
Chapter Thirty ago
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Chapter Forty ago
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Interlude One ago
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Chapter Seventy-Nine ago
Chapter Eighty ago

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Starveling
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It's a reader's choice, second person point of view, slice-of-life with the cliche plot of imperfect ritual goes horribly right, misunderstandings and hijinks ensue. Depsite that, it's worth a read.

The main character, i.e. you, is the basic archetype necessary for this kind of plot to work. The plot and pacing is a bit disjointed because it's reader's choice.

And I just don't like second person narratives, but I'm sure some people do.

Still, give it a try, it's a nice comedy story. As long as you don't expect a serious delve into magic and eldritch horrors, you'll enjoy it.

Fool
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I Am Empathizing With An Eldritch Horror -- Well Done

Reviewed at: Chapter Thirty-Six

I'm not going to do my usual listing style review. I try to read stories, especially when they hit trending, and put a good word on them if I can. The title, synopsis, and cover really pulled me in. Usually, it's just one of the three, but the combination made me think that this work was probably... terrible. Some sort of tease where I'd get into chapter two or three and find something really unpleasant.

So.

After I binged to the most recent chapter, I realized I'd read it all in one go and had found myself clicking my tongue because there was no more. The author delivered an adorable little, what is this? Slice of Life inspired by someone who felt the influences of Lovecraft and also the Powder Puff Girls?

Madness.

Genius.

Deserves a great rate and a try for anyone with a dry sense of humor. The author could have attracted the attention of any wayward reader. The author got you.

Mecanimus
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Oh, the joy when you, the unfathomable cosmic entity of the void, discover the pleasures of food, theft and cuddles.

the story addresses the reader as 'you' and that may bother some people. The tone of the story is light but the topics addressed are heavy. There is distinct Adams family kind of humor mixed with the fun part of the cosmic horror adjusting to steampunk society. It's a fun read and I recommend it. 

tormanen
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Strange and otherworldly with tentacle puns

Reviewed at: Chapter Thirty-Five

It's tentacle monster loli and otherworldly powers all in one tiny flesh suit. A bit jaring in some parts decent pace and so far hasn't turned hugs to hentai and it's already 35 chapters in. Does that whole idk whats goin on i'm a space monster from another dimension thing pretty well. 4/5 would recomend. 

Monsterhat
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This is a very nice slice of life kind of story which is light enjoyable and fun with a little Lovecraft thrown in. I am making this at chapter 51 I would very much recommend reading the story.   

jpat1988
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This story amuses me to no end. Super fun and makes me laugh almost every chapter. Definitely worth a look.

feetareevil
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A story about the cutest smartest and bestes lovecraftian abomination to ever adopt a human!  Just try it, it wont bite....probably!

MrHrulgin
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For what it is, it's ok. The nature of it being a reader-interactive quest makes it a little disjointed in terms of larger narrative. If you want something cute, sure, it's good. Don't expect it to go anywhere, though.

Listou
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Rushed endings are bad.

Reviewed at: Chapter Eighty

I pretty much binged the entire thing in a day or two, good character growth, interesting writing style (in a good way), quite fast paced but not overly so.

Overall, a good interesting story with some twists here and there in writing style and the way the MC (you) basically was controlled to some degree based on the reader's choice. Short chapters but pretty much no grammar mistakes as far as i could see.

Then comes the rushed ending. Plotpoints and character arcs finished in a single short chapter. It feels rushed, it looks rushed and it basically ruins a good fun story.

As the author writes in the chapter notes, he/she/it was getting tired of writing this, and would rather focus on one of the other novels he/she/it was/is writing. This is understandable, the stories here are provided for free from the authors, and they can choose what they want to do when they want to. 

Regrettably this story suffered because of this. Atleast we got an ending to it, we could have been left in hiatus forever.

I can reccomend this story to others. It is a fun good read. But be warned that the ending feels rushed and can quite easily sour the entire journey for you. It literally comes out of nowhere. 

Spent about a week thinking of what review to give. If the ending was given another 4-5 chapters to flesh out a good conclusion to the overall story this would have gotten a much higher rating from me. 

JustSmile
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A relatively pleasurable read

Reviewed at: Chapter Eighty

Silly, insubstantial, fun. This little story knows exactly what it wants to be - and while the target is not ambitious, it is hit with unerring precision.

And what is the target? A cute lesbian romance bereft of raunchy scenes, but with plenty of innuendo and comedy, seen through the eyes of an effectively almighty creature with the innocence of a child and plenty of misguided goodwill.

Don't read it expecting a grand epic of some sort, but definitely give it a chance for the Dreamer's perfectly logical and invariably successful antics.