Road to nowhere

Road to nowhere

A Book by Natasha Sakurai
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A girl from Tokyo moves back to the rural area of Yakage and learns that the ones she left behind might not be the same as she once remembered 4 years ago. *will be told in a series of chapters*

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© 2017 Natasha Sakurai



Author's Note

Natasha Sakurai
based on my love for anime, and i'm still ever improving it when i can! based from a novel i intend to make a published work someday (balancing other works not easy lol) ! constructive criticism is greatly welcomed! sorry for any errors i'm not the best at grammar but i'm ever improving!

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This isn't the kind of genre I would normally read but I really enjoyed this. It's very descriptive and the narrator's voice is very strong. The pacing is also good. You seem to know how much information to reveal without slowing the story down which is a great skill to have, and I liked the way you left the story on a cliff-hangar.

I noticed that the tense slips between past and present at times, which shouldn't be too difficult to sort out. Sometimes your word choice could be more accurate. For example, is there another way of describing the station other than 'semi-crowded?'

Overall, really good. Would be very interested to carry on reading.

Posted 1 Year Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.




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This work has promise. It could use some proof reading, but your writing holds interest and flows well. It's been a long time since I was in Japan, but I lived there for seven years and love the culture as well.

Posted 1 Year Ago


I like the way the story looks through Akane's mind,nice.

Posted 1 Year Ago


This isn't the kind of genre I would normally read but I really enjoyed this. It's very descriptive and the narrator's voice is very strong. The pacing is also good. You seem to know how much information to reveal without slowing the story down which is a great skill to have, and I liked the way you left the story on a cliff-hangar.

I noticed that the tense slips between past and present at times, which shouldn't be too difficult to sort out. Sometimes your word choice could be more accurate. For example, is there another way of describing the station other than 'semi-crowded?'

Overall, really good. Would be very interested to carry on reading.

Posted 1 Year Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Wow you are a writer:) I really enjoyed reading and cant wait to hear more:) I am not much a story writer but I did really enjoy this. Now see don't you feel better:) You took a step and that was the first one, now you have to think about all I said to see within you forget all the rest around you.

Posted 1 Year Ago



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Added on April 15, 2016
Last Updated on October 29, 2017
Tags: young adult, teen love, drama, romance, literary fiction, teen, anime

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Natasha Sakurai
Natasha Sakurai

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I love anime, Japanese culture, and writing more than anything! I want to be an author of young adult fiction! I write most genres that are fiction. I really am looking for support for works I put her.. more..

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