Real name: Evie
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Wow, this was amazing! I loved the line - It's only heroine for the nerdy. That was genius! This entire fic was genius!
You really managed to create an eerie, creepy atmosphere, and Ana seems like a very dynamic and real character. :)
“So, this is life. This is what it is to live,” she had smiled.
What is life? Is it merely a state in time to which we interact with others, in which we're influenced by others -- or is it meaningless? is every step or action we take nothing in the great scheme of things?
Time patters on, and waits for no one. As humans, we must push to defy the logical boundaries of death.
If we wish to live life.
The imagry in this fic was beautiful - I loved the thought of all the colours and dusty scenery. I have been to Australia only once and that was to Queensland, so it was mainly rainforest and beaches, but I think you've described the out back really well. :) Well, I'm assuming it's in the outback. :o
I loved the flashbacks!
This is a good story. :) I like the description in the first paragraph.
I was a bit confused at the end, though. :o Maybe that's just me being a bit thick.
Anyways, I really liked it. :D
This was a haunting, real and thought-provoking story. I have a great deal of pity for the main character.
Good job. :)
This was a really amazing, beautiful fic. I loved that it was in second person POV and I loved the powerful imagery and words. :D
Interesting - it's certainly an orginal and entertaining story. My only crit would be that he is maybe a little old for the type of things he was doing (slaying a dragon and such). My sister is ten, and her and the rest of the kid's in her class are a little more grown up - that's not to say that they don't have imaginary games, but the games are a little more sophisticated. He reminds me more of an eight year old.
This was a really good fic - that bit when she was waiting to be tortured... **shudder**
It was well written, and the imagry and emotions of the fic came through really well. And I love your title, it really caught my eye! :D
Awww! Kid's can be so cruel! That's really cute and sad at the same time. The poor little girl! I loved your style of writing in this, it made it clear that they were young children without actually saying, they were six, they were seven, ectr.
It reminded me a lot of when I was a little girl and I said I was in love with a boy in my class. LOL! They all laughed and I was so embarressed!
Hi, Niki, it's nice to see you outside of MNFF! :D
I love this story - I felt really sorry for Stewart; he was trying his best! Maybe he's better off without her. :p
I liked how it wasn't just one massive thing that split them up, it was loads of little things - it made it more realistic.
I liked Stewarts character as well - his reactions seemed real. And I thought that Olivia was being very selfish.
In defiance of Emperor Marcus Aurelius Claudius II's explicit order, young bishop Valentinius continues to perform marriage ceremonies for young Christians in Rome. Will these young couples live to enjoy their troth, and will Valentinius find a love of his own before his life is ended?
I thought thisflowed really well,it was a beautifulpiece of work.
I'm a history geek and so anything historical interests me, but this fic really drew me in.
It's very tragic and sad, but also very hopeful and inspiring as well, which is always good to see. :)
What a brilliant first chapter! I look forward to reading more!
lol, I love Alex's character already! :D And I know so many Samantha's...
Great so far, on to the next chapter! :D
I'm glad you like Alex! She's a handful to write though. It's always amusing to see what she comes up with. I also know a quite a few Samantha's. Not my favorite type of person. Enjoy the rest!
I like this story - it's really funny! :D And, even though it's about an American High School and I'm not American, I can totally relate to it. :D
"And, even though it's about an American High School and I'm not American, I can totally relate to it."
Wow, I'm a little impressed by myself. Lol.
I'm seriously in a fit of giggles here! I dread to think what "Operation Alliteration" is!
Good work, again!
Poor Amy, her plans never seem to work out. But she doesn't let that get her down. She just comes up with a new one. Which usually fails too. It's a cycle of sorts. Glad you like it!
Oops! I meant Alex. Her name was Amy originally. :)
Aaaah, what a wonderful story. I'm quite sad it's over. Coughsequelcough.
You've created some very real characters here, and a brilliant, amusing story.
Well done! :D
Thank you for all the wonderful compliments! Sequel you say (er, cough)? I actually never considered it until now. I'll speak to Alex about it . . . :)
The sunshine in Florida is often equated with happiness, but Deahna would rather the weather reflected her mood.
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Wow, this is a really deep, rather moving piece. You can really see the torment and confusion of the character. I love how there is no dialogue or action in the fic, and it's all thought - this is something hard to pull off, but it works really well.
I really hope that Bryan takes her back!! :D
“What haunts you?”
Not all monsters live in storybooks. Some are very real, and some can even dwell in our minds.
**shudder** That's quyite creepy. Ms Briar sounds very scary. I thought you did a really good job of describing the asylum, and you handle the abuse she went through very well.
I really like this story. It's very hopeful, even if it does seem a little rushed at parts. I liked how Emily was able to move on at the end. :)
That's so sad! Seriously, you nearly had me in tears over it! I loved the nice little "homey" touches you added - sandwiches cut in the triangle way was pure genius.
When I first read the summary I thought this was a romance story! :o But I still love this fic. I feel so sorry for the character, he obviously had a strong relationship with his mother. I thought you brought the pain and sadness of his emotions through in the writing very well, and it was a really nice touch that there was no dialogue.
Thank you so much! I'm so happy to have gotten a review! I was hoping for it to come off as a sort of eye dabber and I'm excited that you felt what I was hoping the readers would!
Thanks again Evie!
Sometimes, when I close my eyes, I am in another place, another time; a place where the constant hardships of life cannot interrupt the calm serenity of my fantasy.
A woman, suffering the many hardships of life, has become cynical of humanity and all it entails. Caught in the endless terrors the world seems to conjure, she is beginning to lose faith in man. Then she meets Keiran.
"Your tears bring hope that one day, enough tears will have been shed to end this seeming eternal war"
Keiran, the wind sage of Utopia, is a figment of her imagination. Yet as their relationship strengthens and grows, she begins to wonder where the line is that seperates reality and fantasy and if it can be blurred until they are one and the same.
Wow, I love this fic - I really like the description, and the powerful words. I thought it was so sad when she lost her baby! :(
It's a really dark fic, but I really enjoyed it, and would love to read more.
I can't wait to read more! I love the old language you use - it adds a certain sense of mystery and magic to it.
The style of writing you use really makes me think of LOTR - an epic, mysterious type story. :)
Her smile was unchanging, but her eyes became oddly unfocused.
Sunshine, smiles, and poolside laughter can be unsettlingly deceiving.
oooooooh, creepy! Wow, this was really good. I kinda guessed that the little girl had been abducted, but it still had a good effect. Good job - I'd love to read more, though!
You know what's most creepy about this for me? I went to London recently with my mates and we went in one of the underground foot tunnels.
Anyways, I love this fic - it's definately creepy and would make an awesome movie. I love your description - especially the market. I'd love to see a spin off with Ezlener - he sounds so cool! :)
What a sad ending! This was a beautiful fic, I loved the descriptions (and I'm hard to please with descriptions) and I felt really captured in the story.
Job well done! :)
Thank you for the nice review, I'm honored to have such a talented writer such as yourself reading my lowly works!
ooooooh, I love this story! I can't wait for the next chapter - I'm in suspense! Keep up the good work!