|Reviews for The God Eaters|
| Guest chapter 18 . 4/29/2015
this is too much omg
| Guest chapter 2 . 4/28/2015
this is amazing! love it!
| Guest chapter 1 . 4/28/2015
i like this
| Guest chapter 32 . 11/30/2014
Um. Wow. This story was utterly captivating. There are so many good things I could say about it that I am quite speechless.
| MizuAz chapter 2 . 11/23/2014
Oh, and I noticed you haven't posted here in a while (why god why)(says the atheist). I was checking your favorite stories list and saw several there that I adore, and a few I'm going to try out (so many are incomplete! whygodwhy!). If you haven't been perusing fictionpress for reading material, I have been recommending Cordelia Kingsbridge to anyone and everyone, and I'm thinking, going by your favorites list, that you'd appreciate her stories. And one quirky tale you might like is Jinxing Remy, by Lulu the Llama. Just in case you're interested.
| MizuAz chapter 1 . 11/23/2014
What a beautiful story! I just finished it last night, after having been sucked into the vortex of this world for the past several days. It's so, so tightly written, like a perfect ball of nautical knots. The characters were smooth, but the plot -whoa! It turned like a hairpin mountain road, with all the vertigo and awesome views associated. What caught my interest the most out of the multitude of layers was Ash's personality, his mind. It seemed to me that, in the end, you were expressing the very basic makings of the universe through him, and how, in the end, it's all fractals and math, math and fractals. Oh, and the scenes you set - the way you described the desert was perfect - it was like a character in itself. I'm a desert baby, and your word-flow depictions of the vast sky and scorched earth, the way water turns into a beast after heavy rains, the mountain ranges and canyons, was captivating. Then, there was the sick, diseased Churchrock. At the end of the story, as more bizarre experiments were revealed, I kept wondering if you'd ever read about U.S. government testing, like MKUltra and Project Bluebird. The idea of humans behaving so beastly is bad enough even in fiction. It's horrifying to know that those things happen in real life. You made characters with black souls, like the desert priest and so many others, but they were (sadly) realistic. I'm thrilled that you shared your wonderful talent here, and keep this story posted even though you've got it published as a novel. Your way with words often had me just melting inside, utterly charmed, completely impressed, and more than a little envious. Your ability to weave your beautiful words into something so finely knit had me finishing the story thinking, "That wasn't just fricking awesome, it was AMAZING." I had so much fun reading this, and I'm moving on to others that you've written, and I'll be looking up the book and possibly purchasing it! Thank you a thousand times over for keeping this post!
| Trillpuv chapter 32 . 11/10/2014
Read Chapter 1 and the first thought I have is: I want to draw this. The first thought after chapter 32: this book is going to have a shrine built for it. Well, maybe not a shrine, but a pretty important place on the bookshelf (once I get it)! This is actually the most beautiful thing. The theme is somehow very pure, not just undiluted as Ash describes Keiran, but bitingly pure like the air after snow. Like you can take this story and carry it around in your heart, have it sitting in that one spot that will ache like a good stretch. Sorry, I have a bad habit of waxing poetic. In simpler words, basically my feelings boil down to *whale noises*. :D
| justanotherdot chapter 32 . 7/12/2014
I actually read this a few years ago in your website. I'm not sure where I got the link but I'm pretty sure I read the whole thing in one sitting or it just seemed that way because it happened during one of my marathon reading sessions that last for days. Anyhow I read it again and is still as heartwrenchingly beautiful. I mean this in a literal and figurative sense. There were literally times when I'd be frustrated out of my mind, giddy with happiness and clutching my chest while reading this. I read this when I was still fairly new to slash and after reading thousands of books by published and non published authors it is still wonderful. I'm not sure I'd I bought it or not. I've lost a few books due to an unfortunate accident both digital and not so I can't be sure. The loss of the books were pretty hard on me so I try not to dwell on what is lost. Lost a few interesting books on witchcraft and Wicca stuff too... thank you for creating this work and for sharing freely. I hope you create and complete more great works and may you have the time and inspiration to do so.
| Collins-A chapter 32 . 6/21/2014
I bought the book because this story is absolutely amazing. It's currently on my nightstand, yay!
| Nbsiren chapter 32 . 5/18/2014
Lol, I wonder what Kieran knows there at the end :)
Loved the story
| Nbsiren chapter 11 . 5/17/2014
Woot! Go Ash :P
| Atomic Works chapter 17 . 3/24/2014
("Am I still a virgin?"
"Huh. Hard question. Is it coming in company or actual boning that trips the virgin meter?" From the laugh in his voice, he was more amused than Ash was by this turn of events.)
This made me laugh myself senseless.
| A.Collins chapter 32 . 3/4/2014
Okay, I'm definitely going to buy the tangible version this week considering this is my 4th time reading this story and I still get emotional and shit as if it was my first time.
How are you not famous
| amirak101 chapter 14 . 12/7/2013
Isn't it too hot for all that leather? LOL.
| Greenpanda0u0 chapter 17 . 9/2/2013