|Reviews for Solitary
| CinderellaWithCombatBoots chapter 1 . 7/13/2009
So hey. I read a story you co-wrote called North Shore High School and it was really good and when I clicked onto the author profile link thing I went onto yours and, ta-da, I'm reviewing this story. So, reading the author's note, I was pretty amused about the 'emo' thing but then I think that getting forgiveness is something really great to write about with that assignment. It's rather annoying, teachers have no originality. I think I had to do that one every goddamn year. Pretty much one that is always consistent among people is to spend it with your friends and travel or whatever, and like you said to win the lottery or blow your money on crap you won't ever even USE, but mine was to help people that I love and vice-versa to be brave and come to terms with me dying, oh, and writing a will so nobody would be able to take what I didn't want them to have when I have no say in the matter. I handed that same paper in every single year and not one of those idiot teachers even noticed. I don't think they even read it to be honest. My friend though, well his pretty much went along the lines of 'Eat like a horse, drink like a fish and f* like a rabbit. The animal kingdom know what they're doing. Oh, and burn my porno's so my mom won't find them.' God I love him, haha. Anyways. I ramble off a lot. I'm annoying, I'm stupid...blah blah blah. I know, already. 18 years of being told it repeatedly finally wormed it's way into my head, it seems, not that I believe it because of THAT reason, more like, it's rather obvious just from this weird review. But onto your story. Getting forgiveness in your dying moments is a one I've never actually thought of before, but it's a really good idea. I loved the thing about the knives. I always had a fascination with lighters. I'd just sit and flick them on and off. No wonder people tell me I'm stupid. Never really thought of it in that sense before...weird. Still. I was a weird child. And a weirder adult. But the opening paragraph to this was amazing. The parts about how the knife had committed the crime against master. Poetic. Really good. By the way, you at least have one person reviewing your stuff haha, I get none. Not that I blame people. They're crap. I wouldn't review them, even. But you are a good writer on the other hand, and creative, or just altruism comes to you naturally rather than shallowness. Dude. We'll get along just fine. Kidding. I'm a weirdo. Ignore me. Seriously. And I don't find blood to be quite sticky either, just plain annoying.
| Astronomical Amy chapter 1 . 5/1/2008
Love it! I don't even know what I would do... probably seek forgiveness, and get things in order for my family.
YAY! Hamleto the Great writes very Hamleto-the-Great-ed-ly. (Just go with it) (and that's a good thing by the way)
| InSilverShadows chapter 1 . 4/23/2008
So, get a good grade on that english assignment? ;)
I like it. It's possibly your best writing on here-though I have a fondness for the cupid one too. :P I like it a lot when you write in the present tense.
Favorite lines: "...and my tongue thick and rebellious..." (don't know why) "...the crime against self; against its master." (it just sounds so COOL)
| maggiepyro101 chapter 1 . 4/23/2008
cliffhanger! but you know i still like it and as you know i love the girl, which is a real shock but youre right about her not saying much. i like the guys point of view (" living creatures annoy me")...can i base a POV off that one line? oh well i am.
| Melissa From Japan chapter 1 . 4/23/2008
aw this is gorgeous. i really like this alot. i'm going to see what else you've written. i hope it's like this. i'm not emo either, but i did try to commit suicide in feb. and i feel better now. bye