|Reviews for Even Song|
| E. M. Grinlord chapter 1 . 9/21/2006
Nice story. The description is very simple, but I think it really echoes the biblical aspect to it. It also reflects a time and place when the world simply was, well, more simple.
I think it's very interesting that you line up the Eating of the Fruit of Knowledge (gotta love capital letters) with the realization of Lillith and the world outside Eden. Was it really the fruit that gave her knowledge? Or was the fruit only a symbol of knowledge she would have gained anyway?
Nice use of theme. "It was not perfect, because there was nothing imperfect, etc." and later, "Eating the nameless fruit of the Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil did not kill you. It gave a life, that you might die." Very Yin-yan. Balance of good and evil. Sin so that you may come closer by repentence. All that good yummy stuff.
Nice job, Huncle 'Obo.