|Reviews for How Could You Be So Blind|
| Anna Christie chapter 1 . 2/3
This is very passionate. Seems to be riddled with both regret and guilt. It makes me wonder what happened. What the "next time" might be, etc. I especially like the metaphor of a rock and the lines, "The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing." Poignant, truthful lines and very fitting with the theme of this piece. Awesome job!
| Carlee Tobin chapter 1 . 1/30
Very thought-provoking, nicely written, though a few lines threw me off.
I think you were trying to say that someone's friends bullied or teased a person and that "someone" (referred to as "you") didn't do anything to stop them. That was my interpretation, at least.
Anyway, you switch the narrative from talking in a second-person narrative to a first-person narrative; that's what threw me off. If my interpretation was correct or near-correct, I'd advise you to stick with the one narrative (I personally found the second-person narrative to be more effective as I read this).
Other than that, great job, this was impactful with a subtle, hidden meaning that leaves you wondering. . . .
Keep on writing!