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Nyx - A demon, weak and small, too fleeting of a creature to survive the infernal wastes in which he was born - but after multiple brushes with death, the otherwise inconsequential demon experiences a destiny-changing encounter with an unknown and eccentric god, foreign to this world. Cast from the domains of old and conspiring gods to a land of which is sheltered from the divine, beyond the reach of whence they scheme, the impling who soon would come to be known far and wide as Nyx will find a new purpose.
Born of Pride, with the fires of ambition fanned and burning deep within, Nyx will grow, learn, and evolve. From a weak and pathetic impling, to that of a mighty and arch demon of untold demonic power, nothing would stand in the way of his ascent.
Yet, the yearn of power might not be the only thing the power-manic demon will come to desire as he will encounter others who might just matter as much to him as the ecstasy of power does.
This story features a wide breadth of characters with unconventional views, morals, and actions. There is no black and white - there is only grey. In a world where strength rules, notions of good and evil blur. The protagonist of this story is not a hero. He is not human. He is a megalomaniac demon trying to find his place in the world of which he has been discarded.
This novel is my first crack at making something serious, a piece of work I can be proud of. It is a part of a bigger universe that I am creating, The Aethos, and I fully intend for this story to be professionally edited, then self-published on Amazon. The novel will continue on for a long adventure, as each arc will be made into a proper book. Therefore I heavily encourage feedback and interaction. Anything to improve my story and my writing is greatly appreciated.
Thank you, and welcome to the Aethos.
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AN amazing story about a cute and terrifying imp demon stumbling upon lucky and unlucky situations. Read along as the imp demon ventures the vast plains of mortals and immortals and gains not only power but intellect, cunning, and importantly its strong sense of pride!.
Grammar is very good, has comedic relief just in the right moment and amount.
logical system and surroundings (so far)
It is a bit early on in the novel to rate this story but give it a try you won't regret it!
To be honest I started reading this book after I found out the author stopped writing his past novel.
The writing in this novel is drastically better, and flows like a true story. The Grammar is great, I haven't noticed a problem in 16 chapters I have read. The story flows very well, and you can notice the beginning of world building, and potential routes this story can take. The flow of conversations are great, and the imagery is on point. I can't wait to see how the future of this novel unfolds.
Definitely encourage people to give it a look, and see if they like it!
Fun . The imp feels like a megalomaniac monster who doesnt have morals(which he shouldn't). A lot going on in the background so we knows this story is actually planned not made on the go. Characters seem like they have a brain so far,hope it remains the same. World building is the normal demonic plane with 7 sins and other gods.
I saw this story in the "Rising Stars" and thought I'd give it a shot. I was not displeased. First of all, I'm not a good reviewer. I like reading books and have a hard time giving positive or negative feedback since it's quite individual.
This is a story of a red prideful impling, the most intelligent one of them all(according to himself).
The writing is good, I can't remember seeing any mistakes.
The story flows naturally, it was easy to follow the change of perspective.
1-2 Side characters felt abit flat.
It might be abit hard to do a prover review since it's quite early in the book. But I will not be surprised if it becomes one of the top books on RR. Give it a shot.
Implock is a story about an imp becoming a warlock in a world other than his own, at least that is the extent of it for now.
I don't have much bad to say about it, grammar, spelling, and sentence structure were all fine. The litrpg elements are not overbearing as is often the case for the genre, and the plot seems to be moving at a nice cruising pace.
The only reservations that I have with the story right now is that the author is making this story in the context of a wider world, this is in and of itself not unusual, but it's very easy to mess up. Once you start working with gods and the like for example story quality seems to always veer off, at least that's been my general experience.
For the rest, it's all okay, I like monster stories and this one seems to be doing it right so I hope that it continues on doing what it does.