|Reviews for The Way Hair Gets When It's Underwater|
| OrangeRamenCup chapter 1 . 7/12/2010
Aw, this is really sad.
| Lithium of Mercy chapter 1 . 7/6/2010
I have to take a second to applaud your originality and the utter humanity of your main character. Rather than chosing to make the story easier to write by making it some repulsive tale of necrophelic love, you chose to make a creepy but beautiful story of a lonely man and a corpse who becomes his preferred company. You've done a brilliant job with the imagery - I can see her clearly in my head. This is a very haunting and poetic tale.
I also have to praise you for never breaking the protagonist's style of speech. I know that can be hard. Your consistency is admirable.
Great work, and definitely keep up your writing!
| The Revolution's Child chapter 1 . 7/1/2010
This is like the illegitimate child of "El ahogado mas hermoso del mundo", by Gabriel Garcia Marquez, and necrophilia. Not bad, just interesting; and well written. The paragraphs are a bit hard to read through, though.