|Reviews for There's Always Another Day|
| bumblebot 3/21/11 . chapter 1
I like the plot in general and the repetition of the "Ivan Leo Chekhov was a very...man indeed." That was a good way to end it, I think.
I do not think you need to immediately describe Ivan so thoroughly right when you introduce him, because right in the next paragraph you tell us that he has a limp and a missing finger, and I think that's a subtler way to give some details about him.
Also, instead of him sleeping for three weeks straight, perhaps you could add some detail showing other ways he might waste time, which also show more of his personality.
I like it, it has the feeling of a classic morality fable.