|Reviews for d e s p a i r|
| crappitrash 9/27/06 . chapter 2
hah yongquan. finally found you. had no idea ohmm was you. this seems familiar...i am thinking 'really' here and i think you know what i am talking about.
| negligible fictional force 7/17/06 . chapter 7
& now that it's over i have to say that you brought out the piece of despair that lies in everyone (& in these cases your seven speakers) with fantabulous mastery & this was definitely a difficult project you chose to embark on; i'm glad you stuck.
depressing as the subject matter(s) was/were, these little pieces of pure pleasurepain really made my day. for serious.
| negligible fictional force 7/17/06 . chapter 5
much pain; but good pain; i gape in awe & am rendered incoherent by your fantastic storyweaving skill.
| negligible fictional force 7/17/06 . chapter 4
I LOVE not as tug-at-the-heartstrings, i think this one is the most realistically-written, & brings across the speaker's faded but still beautiful mental impression of 'her' amazingly.i enjoyed the italy imagery much.
| negligible fictional force 7/17/06 . chapter 3
i have to wonder why you are so good at these one-sided love affairs. once more, well-crafted & intricately written, therefore a beautiful product. i loved this one insanely. i mean it.
| negligible fictional force 7/17/06 . chapter 1
i can't believe i never read this - it's absolutely gorgeous & heartrending. i love it. the whole despair, the hopelessness, the wishfulness in the tone - damn, i just love it.
| crinkled aster ribbon 6/11/06 . chapter 3
i simply love the last line.
| crinkled aster ribbon 6/11/06 . chapter 2
gorgeous. this entire collection is so creative, the way you've planned it out.
the third paragraph is love.