|Reviews for The Rise and Fall of the Butterfly God|
| Written chapter 44 . 3/29/2009
how delightful for them! I've been waiting, hoping for this, for quite some time. thank yuou for the lovely update, and please do keep writing.
| Written chapter 43 . 3/2/2009
wow, intense chapter! it's amazing to see how different these two girls are.
| fairies and snapple chapter 41 . 1/25/2009
Another nice chapter. I like that Alex didn't change completely just because he fell in love, but he's also not in complete denial. And you're just such a good writer! Please update soon.
| Written chapter 40 . 1/7/2009
I love mins point of view! she's so different and I love learning about her "culture" so to speak, like how they reproduce and all the wonderful little details that have started to come together.
| Written chapter 39 . 1/7/2009
Hm... I feel like I've already reviewed this but it says I haven't, so here I go!
I love how different delora and caia are... caia seems really in control; it's interesting.
| fairies and snapple chapter 40 . 1/4/2009
Min's point of view is so interesting, because it's so different from what I'd expect. You do that very well.
| fairies and snapple chapter 39 . 1/3/2009
Oh my! Are they both dead, or only Delora, I wonder? Nice chapter. Vignette. Whatever one ought to call it.
| fairies and snapple chapter 38 . 12/29/2008
This is so... fascinating. It's like, you've created this entire world, but more than that, a feeling. I don't know what it is, but it's, um... otherworldly? Anyway, I really like this.
| Written chapter 38 . 12/9/2008
I love the description of the fault line, the crack. that was so well done, seriously. I love the two of them :( amazing build up to the end in this chapter.
| Written chapter 37 . 12/9/2008
oh my gosh, she is so freaky. I can't believe she scattered the butterfly god :( I mean, I knew already, but that is so scary.
| Written chapter 36 . 11/18/2008
:( this is so sad! I wish the butterfly god didnt have to be scattered.
I like that he cant understand min. sometimes I forget that min doesn't speak, since caia seems to be able to understand her well enough.
things should get interesting from here on out, hm?
| Written chapter 35 . 11/18/2008
very intense chapter! you asked me before what I'd like to see more of, and I forgot to reply, but these two are what I'd like to see more of. I guess my wish came true? it wasnt exactly romantic, but it was very "them".
[It does hurt. It hurts more than she can describe it but… it is not worse than the blade that sliced through her palm. It is not worse than watching her home burn to the ground. It is not worse than standing behind Alex in the middle of another smoked out village of his childhood memories and being unable to comfort him.]
this part is just... I dont know. it speaks to me.
| DibsLyn chapter 1 . 11/12/2008
Hey girl! It's been awhile, hasn't it?
I think you would really like the works of Anne Bishop. She's a great author, one of my favorites, and you remind me of her.
| Written chapter 34 . 11/11/2008
at first I forgot that past tense indicated things that happened in the past, but I caught back on and this made more sense. so it's nice to see what she went through; gives us more perspective on her character as well as the background.
this was very sad! I do really hope that they get happy endings, even though things aren't exactly looking up.
| Out of the Orange chapter 34 . 11/11/2008
The first sentence of this chapter is a bit repetitive. No need to tell us that she's shivering as she's shuddering; we already know that.
On a somewhat irrelevant note: I do keep up with this story and am enjoying it well enough, but the chapters are so short and the flow so disjointed (though I know that's supposed to be a defining characteristic of it, and I don't necessarily have a problem with it) that I usually just don't have anything constructive to say, good or bad. I certainly look forward to reading this when it's a cohesive story, though, if you ever do plan on making this into one.