|Reviews for Dear Imagination|
| Guest chapter 25 . 1/2/2015
I'll just start by saying that I almost didn't read this. Thank god I did, though.
This is the first time in a while that a book has really left me speechless. I just loved everything about it: the characters, the chemistry between Christopher and Lillian, the way that the relationship wasn't rushed or anything. And the dark humour, I couldn't get enough.
Your writing flowed perfectly and I couldn't fault it. This better be published in print some day!
| Julietish chapter 1 . 8/31/2014
Hi! It's Juliet from A Drop of Romeo. When your story was featured on ADoR, a judge wrote this review for it: Dear Imagination tells the story of Lyn, who has anthropophobia. She writes letters to her imagination, often detailing many vivid ways in which she will kill it, in order to scare away everyone in her school. That is until she gets some new neighbours, Carol, who talks incessantly, and Christopher, your typical silent, chain-smoking bad boy.
Although Lyn and Christopher aren’t the nicest of people, you grow to like them as their surprisingly cute relationship develops. Loly Darko writes really well, with very few mistakes and an almost perfect flow. The story is laced with drama, particularly as Lyn’s struggles with the anthropophobia that overshadows her life.
The humour is very witty and black, reflected in both of the main characters’ personalities. Funnier moments are provided by Lyn torturing her school’s hapless counsellor, Ms. Cybil, letting her think she’s a nymphomaniac along with ‘mentally disturbed’.
Dear Imagination isn’t the type of story I would typically choose, but in this instance, I was glad I stepped out of my comfort zone as I was treated to a really memorable story.
| ajashire1 chapter 25 . 6/28/2014
I was so into thus story I didn't even know this was the last chapter I truly loved it. At first I didn't like Lillian I thought she was stupid but then I got over it and realized that she's just bat-shit crazy. Like myself (though I'm not crazy anymore just fucked up weird) so how could I honestly not adore her. *cheshire cat grin*
| Ayame Yoshida chapter 25 . 12/23/2013
This story is so hysterical! :)
| Aspired Writer chapter 25 . 10/16/2013
Oh my god, that was absolutely amazing! xD The plot line was incredible and definitely kept me hooked. Not to mention the characters were hilarious and all very lovable.
More people should be reading this. It's one of my favourites, hands down. And it's the kind of story that you could reread over and over again and never get sick of it.
Thank for you sharing this story!
P.S. You're a very talented writer.
| Margatini chapter 25 . 6/6/2013
Enjoyed this story a lot. I love Lyn. She's so different and funny in her own way.
| Margatini chapter 16 . 6/4/2013
I was really hoping that Toph would come to rescue her from Sean!
| Margatini chapter 9 . 6/3/2013
The last part was HILARIOUS.
| Margatini chapter 8 . 6/3/2013
Cybil is a dumb bitch,
| Margatini chapter 6 . 6/2/2013
I love how she screws up her counselor.
| Margatini chapter 3 . 6/1/2013
You write extremely well!
And I have to agree with Toph. Her friend is retarded.
| Ophiuchus chapter 25 . 5/9/2013
Interesting fic - rather funny with a good range of characters (e.g motor-mouth).
| Izzyswims chapter 1 . 3/17/2013
You scare me but I think I am going to continue reading anyway. Is that healthy?
| Pirate Bones chapter 25 . 1/22/2013
I'm surprised to like this. I really am.
At first it was very irritating, and I couldn't really see where it was going, like, it didn't really seem to have a direction? But I just kept reading because it was genuinely interesting, and it really made me wonder what was going to happen in the end. Good Job, on that! I think that's very rare for a story!
And the character arc was enjoyable when it finally started to happen. It's like...a refreshing cold january morning or something. The characters aren't really new to me, but I like their casual chemistry! :-) this was a fun ride!
| A-new-colour chapter 25 . 1/18/2013
This was weird.. but good. I don't get it.
I've never read a dark twisted version of fluff before but this is so good!