Reviews for A Shadowlander's Dream Book 1: A Tale of Shadows
Maximus.White chapter 1 . 9/3/2011
Hwy, just found this story, it's quie nice so far, haven't seen any ttpos or such.

Lemme hazzard a guess as to where her mother actually is:

She's 's the only reason i see for a therapist, and her not being able to remebr to remember something that seems important.

She has PTSD because she saw her mother get killed in front of her, and the repressed memory manifets itself as nightmares.
zamba136 chapter 4 . 10/5/2006
I CAN'T BELEIVE THAT YOU DON'T GET REVEIWS FOR SUCH A GREAT STORY!...uhh...ahem...i mean, it would seam that you'd get more reviews than all those YOAI stories. though, i'm straight, i'd perfer F/F over M/M any day.

not only that, but compared to all the stories that stop at the first chapter, there are very few stories that get this long. i admire any author that can write past ten chapters.

good writing and cool story to, the thought of having more words in the chapter makes me all warm and fuzzy, as it should with any who WANT to read, truly.

there is a mistake in chapter three, the word leave should be leaves...i think it's the other way around. keep at it with whatever story your writing.
Starbrat chapter 1 . 11/19/2005
Interesting. I would suggest posting it in smaller portions though. It's a lot to get through in one sitting, and probably intimidates some readers.
Rachel McMaster chapter 1 . 11/15/2005
Ack! I love it! *dances around* This wins prize for first truly good story I've read on fiction press . You've handled the plot really well, dealing with things that usually come across as ultra-cliche in a fresh fashion. I like how the plot runs real smoothly with things tying in and remaining constants, like the crystal statues. The only bit that seems a little unrealistic is the psychologist visit, which could be remedied with a little more development of the psychologist himself. Is he actually perversely sadistic or just an icompotent moron? Or neither? But all in all I thought it was awesome, and I'll definetly come back for more .