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Alishia and Ugly

A myth submitted to the site by Aisha Shaucatali

Gloucester , Gloucestershire, England

On an island far far away there lived a girl called Alishia and a monster called Ugly.

The monster's was called Ugly because he was so ugly.

The problem was that Ugly was eating up all the people. Lots of warriors went to battle but none of them survived.

But Alishia was brave so she went to battle. On her way there she found sword and sheild. Finally she was face to face with Ugly. They fought to death!

When the battle was over and the monster was dead everyone lived a happy life.

By Aisha Shaucatali
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Name: Kim 25th April 2012
a bit short
Name: Hebah 15th December 2011
I thought this story was average, it could include more exciting vocabulary, but well done.
Name: Stern 24th June 2010
your story was very nice. However i think you could have used some more developed literary devices and improved on the flow of the story. Perhaps in the future you could consider a beginning, middle and end. Make sure your story dosnt drag on and always keep the reader hooked on what will happen next. You could also consider the use of metaphors, similies etc. Also in the future remember to include a variety of sentences. At times use simple but then vary to complex.
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