Number 7 is smart for a boy who’s only been alive for two years, but he’s never been free. Locked up in a high security research facility run by the organization, Pandora, he has only ever known the life of an expensive human experiment. Pandora’s aim is to create an evolved superhuman for military purposes, and you guessed it, Number 7 is anything but ordinary.
When WWV breaks out in 2236 CE, Seven has to deal with the pressures of war along with the pressures of growing up too quickly. But, what happens when the war is over? What happens when the world ends?
14+ (or something) - for some gore and psychological stuff.
Temporary cover drawn by me, (Idk if I'll keep it, but I like it better than the one I had before).
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It is great and interesting cant say much yet cause it only has 7 chaps now but it is good xD
As of chapter 18:
Style: The way the story is written creates an atmosphere that brings you into the story taking place.
Grammar: Little to no mistakes in grammar.
Story: It is almost literally crack. Author: Please keep writing this. please.
Characters: This, in my opinion, is the best part of this story. Each character is unique, from their motivations to how they express themselves. The child even does things a child would do, which is something I rarely see done well. These characters make you care about them, and what is going to happen next.
This review might seem exaggerated, but it really is one of the best things I am reading right now. You can really tell how much effort has gone into this.
As of chapter 7.2 (i.e. 44 individual releases):
The author seems to have come back from a 9 months hiatus and I couldn't be happier, because this turned out to be quite addicting. FYI: Even though the main characters are both named Seven and come from a laboratory, this is not like "The girl named Seven" at all.
I like the writing, the pacing, the characters, the cover (drawn by the author). I kinda binge-read through all the chapters, so I can't give an in depth review, but this has all the markings of a good story.
The characters are natural, the world building is interesting and I just really like Seven, he's adorbs and Lex is too, in his own way. It's not too spoilery, but just in case:
Hope they become like real brothers in the future! Also please don't kill Lex off for Sevens motivation or sth (ya know, revenge... *yawn*). That would be such a loss of potential character bilding for Seven.
Okay, careful, here comes nitpicking on stuff that is not actually that bad:
I only skimmed through the parts where the wars were retold and any historical info that's more that a paragraph. For now I don't feel that it's more difficult to follow the narrative, even without knowing those teeny details, maybe that could be shortened or divided into smaller pieces of info. Especially the thing about the war in India, that just felt like too much of an info dump.