Date: 10/27/2014 5:25 PM Title: Singularity
I knew this was gona be about their deaths...T_T
It was so beautifull and so sad...you know that everybody HAS to die, but we always have this...idea of immortality for our favorite characters...
Is sad, when that idea brokes...
So, the end: thanks for it. It was amazing!
PS: sorry for not posting a review in the previous chapter but...i didn't have much to say. :)
Date: 10/27/2014 3:48 PM Title: Pain
Hello, just starting your Saga :)
I like the idea of the "Progression", it is more natural...Not saying that there are no others fics with an that plota, but because usually there are not so long, they tend to avoid the details of dislike...
So, congrats. I'll keep on reading!
Date: 03/02/2013 2:15 PM Title: Breathing
I have read this story several times and really enjoy it, even though it tends to stress me out a bit. My father was severely asthmatic and I remember nights when we would leave the house to get him somewhere for treatment. It was really frightening to see my otherwise healthy dad turning blue. I get a bit of the same feeling reading this story. I can't precisely say that I have enjoyed it considering the stress it creates, but for some reason I keep reading it so you must have done something right.
Date: 08/02/2011 2:09 AM Title: Singularity
Oh, my poor broken heart... You are a tremendous credit to the written word. I have enjoyed this series immensely and most of your other works as well. I could only hope to be half so successful in capturing the essence and emotion of these beloved characters. Thank you so much for sharing with all of us.
Date: 02/15/2011 6:31 PM Title: Singularity
Since happening on Love and Fate, I have been reading all your stories published here. I am amazed, moved, touched deeply. I feel at one with where you bring the characters. Everything in life is uncertain until it has been somehow touched by death: you bring them on to that certainty, and even the price is worth paying. Endings are more important than beginnings, because they only happen once, and there is no way or time to set them right if they go wrong. Thank you for pursuing c'thia rather than happy-ever-after-- which is not always happy, and never ever-after. Thank you for some great writing, and intense stories hinged on ethics.
:) Thank you very much! While I do write fluffy meaningless things, I also prefer to stray into the forbidden waters of intensity as well. It's in our performance - and response to - such works that we find out who we are and who we could be.