|Reviews for Storm
| chocovic-chu chapter 1 . 10/26/2015
This is a beautiful story and you have opened my eyes. Thanks for sharing.
| TheDomSong chapter 1 . 6/10/2014
Some may not agree but I thought this was beautiful even in its simplicity. It made my heart hurt and that is rare for me.
| Acelover4ever chapter 1 . 1/4/2014
I liked this story a lot because I kind of relate to it. Except, I'm a girl, and the problem doesn't have anything to do with God XD I nearly cried because it sounds a lot like a friend I've been crushing on for so long, yet, can't tell him how I really feel. Anyways! Good work!
| Ineharnia chapter 1 . 7/18/2012
I don't see why your self esteem in writing is so low. You manage to move even those who are personality, culture, and belief wise not connected to the story at all. You write in a way that lets the readers understand the person's point of view, even if they usually can't comprehend it (like me, who's an agnostic Jew who doesn't believe in God and thinks that the most unholy book on Earth is the bible. I have no problem throwing it on the floor when I'm angry. Almost all other books are sacred to me).
Anyway, the ending was kind of sad, but that's life, right? I actually happened upon this story while searching for yaoi sex scenes, so I was kind of disappointed that this one didn't have a sex scene.
By the way, I don't usually add stories, especially when they're shorter than fifteen chapters, to my favorites, so know that this one is really really good.
| WantsRevenge21 chapter 1 . 5/30/2012
I felt so so bad for Christian and Davis, of course I wanted a happy ending but this story was more powerful because there isn't one. This story was at times hard to read because of the characters' pain but it was nonetheless beautiful.
| mangatake chapter 1 . 5/29/2012
That was beautiful. Thank you for sharing it.
| allsold chapter 1 . 10/28/2011
It may have been much less than you hoped it would be, but I have no idea how you could think that...The only word that I can think of to describe this is 'beautiful'. It was great and insightful, so thanks so much for putting this fic up.
| WishmiesterBeta chapter 1 . 11/27/2010
I'm not sure what to say, except that I'm glad I found this. Despite the lack of descriptions, this was extremely powerful and deep. What a difficult situation that is.
| chocoroll chapter 1 . 5/31/2010
I decided to review because I can't just leave it until later, even if it means writing it at one o'clock in the morning before bed.
This story was beautiful, amazing, or whatever words mean the same.
To be honest, I feel as if I don't know anything about Christianity. Even though I may say it's my religion, I haven't been to church for more than half of my life. Not since I was a child. Mostly because of that sad lack of understanding, I'm more likely to side or link with Christian's feelings. Obviously, I found it sad that Davis continued to reject Christian - I already felt halfway through that I was going to be weeping. I was choking back tears before I could even finish it. Even if there was or wasn't any tension built I still had a bit of hope. The ending didn't crush me as bad as I thought it would although I was still emotional.
However, I do believe the message of the story is the truth, and it is reality is most situations.
| Wtf-Are-Scrambled-Eggs chapter 1 . 5/25/2010
This made me cry. I feel sorry for you; but you've already come along so much for someone whose parents are religious. If you can write things like this you already CAN listen and be tolerant.
I won't favourite this; it's so sad I don't think I can bear to read it more than once. But you're a good writer, keep it up.
| dizzymslizzy chapter 1 . 12/2/2009
is it wrong to say oh my god about this? it was so amazing... i bet there r so many guys out there dealing with this... it really shows how dedicated some ppl can b to there religion and at the same time lets others see how stupid it is... i love it... congratulations on a great story
| blissfully nameless chapter 1 . 10/25/2009
There is so much I am feeling right now.
So much I am feeling after reading this big piece of amazing.
But I can't find the words to express what I am feeling.
It's just this blurred swirl of nameless emotions in the pit of my stomach.
Can I just say thank you? Thank you for writing a piece that deals with homosexuality and religion and does not portray faith as the source of all evil? Can I just say thank you for writing a piece that does not ridicule Davis's belief? Davis's conflict and struggle? A piece in which the protagonist, despite not sharing this belief, is somewhat respectful of Davis's torment? Stories abotu homosexuality and religion are all so cliched. "religion is wrong. Get over it." People don't seem to understand that when you believe in something with every fiber of your being, of your soul, you cannot just switch it off. You cannot just give in to your urges and reason with your head. It doesn't work that way.
This is probably one of the most /real/ pieces I have ever read.
| plushdeath chapter 1 . 9/2/2009
Just delicous and Perfect.
| I.Wannabe.Classy chapter 1 . 8/28/2009
Oh my, that is just so touching. I like happy endings, honest. I adore tragic endings too. I love realistic one even more and oh my that just made me want to weep.
| Kanilla chapter 1 . 7/22/2009
This was a very fascinating read to me. My view on Christianity pretty much matches Christian's, as do my opinions, but I've no intention of starting an argument or judging your writing because of that.
You say you are lazy when it comes to descriptions, but the first half was captivating with the way Christian thinks of Davis, how he longs and how he is in love with his eyes. It's hurtful to read their discussion because there can't ever be anything but heartbreak between them. I agree with the ending, however sad it is, because it's right, in my opinion.