|Reviews for Androids Dream of Organic Sheep|
| AZG chapter 1 . 6/29/2016
I know this account is probably dead- 2012 is a long time to go without publishing.
However this has been a bookmark since then. There's something utterly haunting and so heartbreaking with the way you write. It's like the feeling you get before you cry- the sensation of overwhelming emotion that crests before it breaks. I hope you're still writing- maybe you're not publishing it here, maybe not anywhere. But the stories between Lucas, Michael, and Viggo, Micah, and even Shay- they stick to you- or at least they stick to me- with their humane feelings and humane reactions.
I appreciate how you write and while I'm merely a fan- love isn't a word that I would use but your stories stick to ones thoughts and makes one think about what it means to be human. What exisience means. What is a relationship and just.
It's tragically, awe-inspiring, beautiful.
Long story short- thank you for your stories.
| professional griefer chapter 1 . 3/15/2013
I really loved this.
First of all, I love how you start this out without any real setting, no sense of place or what year it is, and manage to give a futuristic vibe, just with Shay. That was really impressive.
I also like how you managed to explore the whole human/robot kind of relationship as quickly as you did. You did a really nice job of setting it up. I did think that you could have gone a bit deeper, maybe, with Shay having some kind of resentment about being a robot? I feel like it would hold Sharif back a bit too, but that's just me.
I wasn't quite sure what to make on the ending-I guess I kind of understood it on some level, but overall I don't know.
I really love this. Awesome work.
| Catkac chapter 1 . 12/31/2012
Waah, what if the future is really like that? Robots (?) being able to think, feel (is it feeling when it's just a bunch of processed information forming a response?), experience?
I wonder where you get the knowledge to use those ''big'' words, such as ''polarity reversal,'' ''organic nervous system,'' ''silicon epidermis,'' ''olfaction and gustation,'' ''waste receptacle,''... It's torture and pleasure in one; having to go search the meaning of the words in the middle of reading a good fic, but at the same time expanding my vocabulary. I like it!
Love how you updated on the last day of the year. May the New Year bring you plenty of plot ideas!
| TeacupBlue chapter 1 . 12/31/2012
I liked this, fantastic title!