|Reviews for The Story of a Survivor|
| leavesfallingup 4/8/13 . chapter 4
Mary-Alice is almost cruel in showing how perfect her life has become. Then again, perhaps she is lying in order to make her two friends not worry?
Is Sorcha going to die, thus freeing Ellie to go? And why didn't she have a box, I wonder? Was it because her family perished so unexpectedly?
| leavesfallingup 4/8/13 . chapter 2
Is it influenza, typhus, or something else?
| leavesfallingup 4/8/13 . chapter 1
A moving first chapter. It would be nice to believe that the nuns are the sweet, happy and kind ladies sometimes portrayed in movies. Sadly, your nuns are probably more realistic. My father attended Catholic school until he was twelve, when he punched a nun who whacked his head one too many times.
She opened up his scalp.
He broke her nose.
They kicked him out of Catholic school.
He was much happier.
| frank n stone 11/17/12 . chapter 3
An intriguing, well-written tale. Some run-on sentences separated by commas, and it might be valuable to interpret the Irish, such as like this: [Twas the cynning-king-Harold.]
| Ilovetaylorswift 11/4/12 . chapter 1
Great first chapter! I cant wait to read more!
| WFT564DONTYOU 11/4/12 . chapter 3
| Ice cream lover 11/4/12 . chapter 3
This is awesome!
Please update again soon!
| A 11/4/12 . chapter 3
I have always enjoyed history, espiecally the Titanic. I really like this story, but one thing I dont understand is why Ellie doesnt just take Sorcha with her on the Titanic?
| 0bsessi0ns 4/1/12 . chapter 1
I really enjoyed this and I think you're a talented author. I've always loved stories that are told through a diary because it really expresses the character's emotions. Good job :D