|Reviews for Exquisite Corpses|
| Carolyn chapter 2 . 11/11/2013
Reminds me of a Twilight Zone episode! Cool!
| HelloBilby chapter 2 . 3/1/2012
This was kind of.. fascinating, horrible and amazing all at once.
It kind of reminded me of a short movie i saw when i was really little that just really stuck with me.
They were toys, weren't they? It took me awhile, but they way they kept falling apart and were put back together reminded me of my dolls when i was little.
wow, I'm just realising; this story has really nostalgic aspects for me.
| jag finns inte chapter 3 . 8/5/2010
this was really good!
| jag finns inte chapter 2 . 8/5/2010
that was totally insane, and I loved it. I would love to read something more like it
| AngstMuffin101 chapter 3 . 6/17/2009
I really like all of these little stories. The first one was confusing and amusing at the same time, whereas the second one was mostly just creepy. This one was definitely interesting, and was great to read. I really like your writing style, and hope that you keep it up.
As a side note, your class sounds like fun. :)
| Slightly Ajar chapter 1 . 9/28/2008
I... don't really get it. And that makes me sad, because I wish I did. Even if I don't though, your writing is nice. Above average, and I liked the dialogue a lot. :) Still, wish I understood the story...
| Le cadavre exquis chapter 2 . 12/3/2007
Le cadavre exquis boira le vin nouveau
I love these stories
they're quite beautiful
| zoule chapter 3 . 4/21/2007
this one is really interesting
| bansira chapter 2 . 3/24/2007
I loved this story, it's so perfect... and completely original!
The characters are adorable.
| zoule chapter 2 . 3/22/2007
That's so sad...as soon as I realized they were machines (when the 's eyelid's "clicked") I was reminded of AI (the movie)...
| Pseudonym chapter 2 . 3/22/2007
I got to the ending, and I'm pretty sure my heart stopped for a couple seconds...
I don't know why, but this story really got to me...
It's very subtly disturbing... if that makes any sense...
Kudos for another fresh, creative piece...
I really adored it.
The characters are so interesting and unique.
I'm going to have a lot of fun rereading this and trying to figure out what exactly they are and what kind of world they are living in...
When you first introduced Muneca I thought she was a zombie...
However, now I'm guessing they're probably dolls of some sort... intriguing...
I feel like I should say more, but I'm not exactly sure what...
Anyway, I'm looking forward to your next piece in this collection...
| Pseudonym chapter 1 . 3/22/2007
I LOVED this!
It was so utterly creative...
I don't know; I think I loved Julian's reactions the most...
"One week, Morrigan doesn't die at all. Until on Sunday his eyes roll up and he falls off a kitchen chair and goes still, and Julian realizes he hadn't been drinking water the whole week. He pours a bottle of Arrowhead on Morrigan and goes to call Lorelei."
After Morrigan's first attempt, it just became so casual...
I think if you hadn't done so, this story wouldn't have been nearly as interesting... It may have been more disturbing, but it would have lack the wit and thoughtfullness present in this version...
I just really enjoyed it... it's a very unique and refreshing little one-shot...
Plus, it gets bonous points for encouraging discussion...
My sister, my friend and I all read it and reread it trying to understand exactly what was going on...
My sister thought that Morrigan might have been Death while I wondered if maybe Julian was dead from the beginning...
Meanwhile, my friend deduced that Morrigan was a gaurdian angel preparing Julian for his eventual death...
We were probably way off from your actual meaning, but, even so, it sparked interesting debates between us...
Sorry if I went off on a bit of a tangent there...
Anyway, in short, I really loved this story of yours!
I hope your teacher appreciates it!
P. S. This has to be one of THE greatest bits of dialouge ever:
"Only you could drown yourself in a kiddie pool," Julian says. "Don't you treasure your childhood sanctities?"
"I got cholera from a kiddie pool once," Morrigan says. The lawn squelches around his knees.
Julian scoffs. "You didn't."
"Totally did. And then, all my oxen died and I couldn't ford the river."
| Acis chapter 1 . 2/21/2007
I may not have understood it completely, but that didn't stop it from being brilliant.
| zoule chapter 1 . 2/20/2007