Invincible Canadian Hermaphrodite Goddess Cultivator

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Status: In Progress  |  Genre: Other  |  House: Booksie Classic

( Disclaimer. This novel is trash, read at own risk. Also, the main character is futa. You have been warned. )

Steff has never been a patient person. Despite legends, Canadians are not always nice, understanding people. She's one of those.

So, when she gets thrown into a world where posturing and pandering are all but required to live, she's in her own worst nightmare.

But it's been two years now, and all that frustration is starting to boil over. On the eve of the Grand Demon's Duel, a legendary tournament, she finally snaps.

Faces will be flattened, crotches smoten, ancestors insulted and all hell raised.

Table of Contents

1. The day before it all went to hell in a handbasket.

Steff swung her fist, slamming it into the trunk of the tree in front of her.&nb... Read Chapter

2. The feast of the princess #1.

Packed tighter than an Eminem concert. Actually, that was one thing she would pay to see. All these yuppies in front of Slim Shady when h... Read Chapter

3. The feast of the princess #2.

Like she had suspected, the 'Battle Poetry' event was announced in short order. Just enough time for everyone to get tipsy, t... Read Chapter

4. Aftermath and ruminations.

Steff walked into the house, yawning a little. Gods, that had been fun. Even if she had been booed at for hitting the&nb... Read Chapter

5. The day of the tournament.

Steff was enjoying herself. A lot. Well, not too much, since it was so scorching hot, but the sight of thousands of sweaty, pantin... Read Chapter

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you started the story in a different manner than drags the reader to read till the end of the story. but the way of representation of your story conversation is quite difficult to understand. try to mention speakers name that helps readers to understand well.

Fri, March 22nd, 2019 12:50pm

l nimbus

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For now, it might be, but once distinct dialogue patterns have been established, that'll easily clear up. It's one of the main features of my books. You can tell who's talking by what they're saying.

Fri, March 22nd, 2019 7:11pm

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