|Reviews for Curves, circles and parallelograms|
| simpleplan13 chapter 1 . 7/14/2012
"He believes in vernacular;"... really should be a comma since the second part isn't a complete sentence.
"should it suite his needs in getting"... suit
'Believing that the curves..."... I would make that Believes to stick with the tense in the previous lines. Also that sentence isn't a sentence if it starts with believing.
I like this. The hexagon/curve/geography thing fits well together. I also like the different things he believes in. It creates and interesting description of him.
PS Haven't seen you around the Review Game recently. The Review Marathon is a great excuse for me to catch up on all my author alerts! (links in my profile)
| the-lovely-anomaly chapter 1 . 6/11/2012
I never knew geometry could be so poetic, or whimsical. :P I really like this, although I did see one problem with it: "suite" should be "suit."
My favorite part was the last sentence. It made me feel all warm inside.