|Reviews for The Rosewood Box|
| A. M. Herr chapter 5 . 9/7/2009
So far I've rather enjoyed this story and can't wait to see another chapter in it. I'd really like to find out what her father did that caused them to go into hiding...
I did like the way you've done the letters, it's a good use of a hook
| MareRox chapter 5 . 7/1/2009
this chapter made me happy :D
| Kayin chapter 2 . 6/23/2009
Hey CCG, it's good to have you writing again. :)
It's good that you started off slow-like, because if everything I knew was a lie I sure as pie wouldn't be in any hurry to open those letters up. The time frame of her father's first letter doesn't give too much of a clue as to what he and her mother actually did. War criminals from the Great War? Involved with organized crime? State secrets exposed? I can't wait to see what you and your talented muse have in store for us.
Keep it comin', girl!
| Sapphyre Nymph chapter 2 . 6/23/2009
| Old-Wives-Tale chapter 1 . 6/22/2009
I like this story so far, it kind of reminds me of Spy Kids in a vague way. But anywho, it's pretty well-written, compared to a lot of other works on this site. You kind of use a lot of commas that aren't neccassary, though. Or the sentences sound funny, I don't know. But that's only a few, I still really like what you've written. Although I think it's weird that the girl didn't ask her "dad" a bunch of questions or anything, she just wanted to be alone. You'd think she'd be angry, or curious, or something. And if you wanted to draw out her reading the letters, I think there should have been a more realistic reason, because I don't know anyone that wouldn't tear right into all those right away. But seriously, pat your freakin' back, because you did a good job.