|Reviews for Book 1: Attachments Chapter 7: Clarke|
| disrhythmic 8/29/11 . chapter 5
AHH, CLIFFHANGER. -giddily rushes to ch. 8-
Oh wait, reviewing. Okay, Joseph and Naomi's argument was great. Really emotional and well-written. :) And poor Naomi... it must suck to have 'savior of the world' foisted upon you...
| disrhythmic 8/29/11 . chapter 4
I wish there were a way to insert a dramatic 'DUN DUNNNNN!' here. :P I love the humor - it's a nice break in between all the insanely convoluted scheming going on. :) "Did you smother David yet?" Classic. XD
| disrhythmic 8/29/11 . chapter 3
What I really love about this series is that everyone has a reason for doing what they do. The bad guys aren't just warped by greed and bent on world domination or anything cliche like that - they're actually trying to better the world, just in a really sadistic way. It's a lot more interesting that way, when it's not just black-and-white. :)
| disrhythmic 8/29/11 . chapter 2
Ooh, I like the conflict between laying low and putting themselves in danger for the greater good. Nice touch. :) And, of course, Lisa... the plot thickens! :D
| disrhythmic 8/29/11 . chapter 1
Jane and Joseph are adorable together. XD
["Jane, what did I tell you about using her ability in broad daylight with innocent people and cameras around?"
She looked like a little kid that was being reprimanded, "To not to."] That reminded me of Cars. Love it. :D