|Reviews for Freedom Fingers|
| Skyward Ending 6/14/10 . chapter 1
Ahahahaha I like this.
The tone was flippant and realistic and reminded me of my roommate.
"Long term lack of REM cycle"
| lookingwest 11/17/09 . chapter 1
LOVED this piece, it reminds me of poetry prose, I want to take you and put you in our monthly poetry slams so that I can listen to you present your poetry! I know this isn't exactly poetry, but I think I lost my way in your beautiful use of language! Excuse me while I favorite this. As I sip on my Diet Coke eating Fruit Loops out of a cup waiting to go to class in ten minutes, this spoke to me.
| Jazzball 10/9/09 . chapter 1
Aha! Great, just great. I love this style, the frustration, the reckless abandonment of the character! Seems so burnt and stressed past the point of achieving, sadly something I've been known to go through hah. Oh, and the "they do look good in yellow" is the absolute killer line of the whole thing. Loved it.
| Second Hand Screams 7/20/09 . chapter 1
This went from being silly and amusing to brutally honest. From one twitcher to another, I loved it.
| RawrEllieMayMightBeADinosaur 6/21/09 . chapter 1
I really enjoyed this piece, it had a sense of masochistic glory for me. The line "And yet, they still twitch, back and forth, in tiny circles of their own volition." really added some sort of chilling excitement, & I really liked that quality.
I didn't really like the part about the note, it didn't add much to the piece, & kindof distracted me from the emotional aspect of watching herself fall apart.
-Rawr, RM, link on my page.
| Isca 6/20/09 . chapter 1
"She likes how out-of-control her own limbs are when subjected to stimulants." This imagery is rather chilling-the speaker likes to watch herself unwind. That's pretty powerful. There's something very macabre about this piece (e.g. dancing digits). Keep up the good work. :)