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The second chapter continued on with the elegant wording choices and decent descriptions. The characters seemed to get a little more color to them.
What I liked
The descriptions and wording of the story are, once again, beautifully done and give a clear image of what is happening at all times. The characters seemed to have been slightly more fleshed out than the previous chapter and there was less POV swapping, which can lead to confusion to some people.
what I disliked
The story once more suffered from cliches and, while more fleshed out than the previous chapter, still bland characters. One of the biggest cliches is the hero sacrificing their lives for another's, this was done twice in this story and in the first case, it was for a young girl, who he felt pity for. And the second one was for redemption for his sins.
It's a good addition to the overall story but it suffers from the same faults as the first chapter.