|Reviews for Gungravel|
| Stewart MacDonald 2/15/12 . chapter 6
Awesome. I too have a guilty passion for Westerns, especially ones with decent stories, and badass characters. After reading your other narrative, I thought I'd check out your other stuff too, and I'm glad I did. This was really impressive. Flow was near perfect. A couple times I thought a bit of the word use was awkward, but maybe I just didn't have the rythm right in my head. But it barely took anything away from it. Classis story, and is definitely being fav'd. Keep up the awesome work!
| Ed Harley 12/31/11 . chapter 6
Gungravel was a blast; one of the best I've ever read. The poem flowed and the story was tense and fascinating from the start. This must have taken a long time to write, especially for a human author who is so... average in every way.
I have one suggestion.
In part 2: Hester's tale I noticed this line: I didn't think as well he had a hope in hell, but the bastard was alive. I just think it would sound better without the 'as well' part. But I should mention that my education was limited to vocational training.
| Meadow Frost 12/15/11 . chapter 6
I normally do not like westerns at all, but this one was rather good.
| Meadow Frost 12/15/11 . chapter 1
Now you've got me interested. Nice rhymes. :)
| Ibndustbite 4/25/11 . chapter 5
AWESOME AWESOME AWESOME
The rhyme scheme!
Best Western epic I've ever read!
| Evilives 4/20/11 . chapter 3
Wow. Graet as ever.
John Reedly really MUST die. :D
| lovehate lyrics 4/19/11 . chapter 2
I love this. I hate Westerns, I never like epics, and I hardly ever read anything that isn't a one-shot and get instantly committed, but I LOVE this. Please keep it coming. You're really talented, I think.
| Evilives 4/19/11 . chapter 2
Oh, you move it along while keeping the ryhme steady AND squeezed in some characterization. Is the dead man a cowboy?
| Evilives 4/18/11 . chapter 1
I'm no epic writer, but this is awesome. Nice rhymes, too.
| skersey 4/18/11 . chapter 1
I LOVE the rhyme scheme. It suits the epic so well, and makes it flow like a story, not to mention its a western so it could be told around campfires and fun stuff like that. Great intro, please post more!