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    Agreed

    I think, that, yes it needs a proofreader. Also why are there weird spaceships? and what is the year?
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    Engineering death

    Poorly written. No editing by the look of it. Reads like it was written in another language and had a really poor translation done on it. Stuff keeps happening to the characters with no explanation, the plot line and characters need to be fleshed out more. I understand that you were only allowed 3 days to write the story, but come on. The purpose of the novel is to engage the readers in the world of your creation.
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    Needs a proofreader

    Seriously. Tense changes from one sentence to the next. Capital letters where there shouldn't be and odd punctuation mark usages. One good proofreader would fix 95% of these. And it wouldn't take that long. I would love to love this series. It's quirky. But I just can't keep from cringing at the tense changes and other errors.
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