|Reviews for Fate and Quarters|
| Leila Archer 10/16/12 . chapter 1
This is absolutely amazing. It's got a dark macabre twist on a familliar plot-line. I like the idea of the quarter deciding his fate. You've definitely captivated his almost uncaring tone. I got the feeling that one way or another, it didn't matter what side the quarter fell on.
| Risen Brimille 10/11/12 . chapter 1
I like your style... it adds a sense of unease and mystery. I also like the imagery and the personifacation of the quarter. Also, I like how you incorperated "his world of concrete". The tone is perfect for the plot.
| Ophelia Schmit 10/10/12 . chapter 1
Your wording, to me, is like those books children learned lessons from in the 1800's in schoolhouses. Like this, since I'm sure you have no idea what I'm talking about:
'Mary is a girl. The girl has a dog. The dog's name is Bones. Bones likes to bark. He barks into Mary's ear. Mary's ear now hurts.'
There's nothing wrong with the wording, though it may sound like I am saying it is.