|Reviews for Asylum of Innocence|
| poatic 4/13/11 . chapter 5
Wow the story about the little girl was amazing. I was reading it on break at work and let's just say I didn't quite make it back on time. She was very scary. Movie material, it would make a great "Tales from the Crypt."
| Taryn Hex 9/19/10 . chapter 5
... This story is so creepily awesome. I will forever avoid sewing needles now. Keep it up!
| Jeremy C 9/17/10 . chapter 4
Dude. This is great. This is why I always avoided sewing needles.
| Jeremy C 9/17/10 . chapter 2
As I expected, awesome.
There was a spelling mistake, though - that's all their was. I thik you meant there. Also there was something about men and white, and I think you meant men IN white. very minor mistakes, though, so hardly a big deal.
| Jeremy C 9/17/10 . chapter 1
I have been sucked into your story after reading the prologue. Children, you say? Plus an asylum? Instant entertainment.
One spelling mistake - our instead of 'Out medical staff'
| Snuff 9/11/10 . chapter 1
I love this. It's creepy. Please, please don't stop. There is nothing more disturbing than children in horror stories...
| Aurora Clarte 9/10/10 . chapter 4
omg shes not going to sew humans is she?
| Aurora Clarte 9/10/10 . chapter 2
I really like the idea of this story! great work :)
| Ash Catlyn 9/10/10 . chapter 4
Great story! :) Hope you post a new chapter soon!
| Jessicaintheforest 7/29/10 . chapter 3
Keep em comin! :)
| Jessicaintheforest 7/29/10 . chapter 2
Can't resist a story about a mental hospital. D
| Jessicaintheforest 7/29/10 . chapter 1
Well written. I only found two spelling mistakes.
favility is "facility".
patients are will cared for should be "patients are well cared for".
| Tash Sta. Maria 7/29/10 . chapter 3
I really like the prologue :).
There are some spelling errors in the first chapter, though, but I like the format of it; the way you aligned everything differently seemed to have a bigger impact.
Very interesting. Can't really say much else since there's very little to actually comment about; but keep it up.