|Reviews for Letters I would never send|
| ChaiBrad 8/11/12 . chapter 2
This is interesting..
| DKMC 8/11/12 . chapter 1
This is great. XD "Daniel" sounds just like a little kid I used to know, and I agree with the reviewer who said that it's pretty much the parents' fault. I hope you keep writing these. :)
| theblindninja316 8/3/12 . chapter 1
Lol, I like this. It's definitely different. Goodness. That kid sounds like a terror. It's true though, it's all the parents' fault when they are that age. What is this world coming to? Hmmm, maybe I should try this. It might help with stress management haha.
| Victoria Best 7/11/12 . chapter 1
I really like this! I hope you do more really soon. I love how this was just a whole rant but it was written with such flair and had so much complexity it sets it well apart from other attempts at argumentative-style writing as well as makes it entertaining and light-hearted to read. So many parts in this made me smile! It's a great idea and I am interesting in seeing more of it. It was pretty brilliant.
I know a Daniel myself, and to be honest, I am pretty sure we all have. He is just the definition of a spoilt brat, curdled that way simply because of doting parents who think he is even more important than the sun. He obviously doesn't know right from wrong and probably doesn't have any sense of morality at all. Life is a game to him, and the people within it are just there for entertainment. You have elaborated upon a character whom we have all met counterparts of in our own world, thus we can immediately empathise with you acting as the narrator of the letter and share your loathing of him. In short, we can connect with you on an emotional level simply because we can truly understand the antagonistic character you are trying to portray.
Also, there were a lot of morals running through this, giving the piece so much complexity and depth. It has a message. You can actually learn something from reading this and really, as well as it being a form of catharsis, it is also a piece of literature debating the role of such antagonistic figures and whether they came to be so spoilt by themselves, or whether their behaviour is actually a product of their upbringing. On a deeper scale, you could even use this to question how evil comes about. Is it natured, or is it nurtured? Can one become evil, or are they just born that way? It's a brilliant idea and it was very well-written.
I really like this and hope you continue. You have so much talent and potential. Keep writing and following your dreams! :D
| lala1366 7/6/12 . chapter 1
Haha I love this! I know a Daniel myself and I love the idea of writing letters to people but never sending them. I've done that myself! I thought this was really funny and I like your writing style so I can't wait to read more letters! :)
| YFIQ 7/5/12 . chapter 1
A rant letter.
Looks interesting, I'll be looking forward to more.
| XxLadyKnightLizxX 7/5/12 . chapter 1
YOU GO GIRL! I love this, I made a rage comment on my friend's family but he subscribed to my work and I was forced to pull it down. But this, this is marvellous. I can tell that you really hated this Daniel, or at least felt that he was less than worthy of the air he breathed. It's brilliant and power. Love it.