|Reviews for The Cross|
| eaststar 1/6/10 . chapter 1
Very thrilling-except the last part didn't make sense; how can someone just drop a gun and not notice? It would make a noise and a gun's presence is never unnoticed.
| gem1990 12/15/09 . chapter 1
Wow. That was... surprising. I didn't expect the ending till I read it. Great job!
| BreeBelle 9/7/09 . chapter 1
Oh, wow. Oh WOW. This was very interesting. Mae seemed to have two different personalities...no, BEINGS. In the first half, she was the tired, desperate victim, but by the end, she was the dangerous cold-blooded killer. What I liked about this was that there was VERY little dialogue, but the characters still got their points across. Considering you wrote this in two hours, the grammar/spelling/structure is almost perfectly versed. All in all, amazing work! Happy writing!
| Icyfire4w5 9/4/09 . chapter 1
Hi, Mara, I'm so happy that you've written something new!
When I first noticed "The Cross", I thought that it would be a Christian story. Gosh, I'm quite surprised that the title is probably derived from the Celtic cross tattoo on Jeremy's neck. Haha.
| Lesumi 9/3/09 . chapter 1
Awesome OvO b
| Justin Carlton 9/2/09 . chapter 1
Nice piece! Good pace, I like the nonlinear style, and the characters were well-rounded. I'm not so sure that this is really a "horror" fic, but I guess that's up for interpretation.
"When she looked away, he felt bereft. He loved her so much that at times it felt like a crime." - nice line, really vivid