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Member Since: 01/02/07
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Liquid Library by Naga [General]
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Ana, a young woman so recently in a fight with her roommate, wanders into a nondescript building in efforts to ease her flustered mind. What she finds is something at once wonderous and frightening: a library...of sorts.

Categories: Horror Fiction; Characters: None; Chapters: 1 Table of Contents Series: None
Word count: 2417; Read Count: 727; Completed: Yes

Updated: 01/02/07; Published: 01/02/07
Reviewer: belle (Signed)

Oh my goodness. I don't read much horror, but when I do, I seem to love it.

 One of my biggest fears is being trapped somewhere, so this story was utterly terrifying for me. The premise of the liquid books is very original and intriguing, and how you can get high on them is such an incredible idea. If someone could drink many of them at once, mixed perhaps, I can see how that could be possible.

 The nurse, for me, was the creepiest part. I always get creeped out by the last sentece, and yours was satistyingly creepy. She starts Ana off into her doomed life of getting high off books, being tested to see how much brain she can use - with Pride and Prejudice.

 I loved it. What a great way to start off your site!


Chapter 1: Liquid Library
You Are by animimares [Young Teen]
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Why were you, of all people, damned to walk through life alone? Religious and homosexual themes.

Categories: General Fiction; Characters: None; Chapters: 1 Table of Contents Series: None
Word count: 3849; Read Count: 603; Completed: Yes

Updated: 05/02/07; Published: 05/02/07
Reviewer: belle (Signed)

This story is extremely captivating. I love second-person POV, and rarely get to read it because it's not often written. I loved this, and I really felt as if I was in the story, and that was me.

 I also love how you talk about religion. I'm not Christian, but it's interesting how contrary to all I've been hearing, the preist (I think) was stragely supportive of the protagonist. I think that's lovely.

 You should be very proud of yourself for writing this. Amazing job.

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