|Reviews for Predetermined Gravestones|
| WhenPigsFly2018 chapter 1 . 3/26/2018
I could literally feel my heart sink with every sentence, up until the last paragraph or two. Then I figured it out. But this is a really good story! I inherited my sleuthing skills from my mom, she always knows the endings of movies or books. I do too, just not ALWAYS. I loved this, it was like, the perfect idea. Great message too. My mom would be one of the scientists I bet... She's always like "You could die tomorrow" and whatever. Have a candy
| kittysgomeow chapter 1 . 11/10/2017
I love this the same thing happens with pills.
hi doctor I have depression
take these pills
*patent leaves room* doctor says: hahaha they don't know i gave them sugar pills they pay me tons of money to give them two dollar pills lol
*patent takes pills* wow i feel better already!
I have come to that conclusion early in my life that pillpoop :)
| KaeNicole chapter 1 . 10/9/2016
Wow this was an awesome spin on the whole 'soulmate's name is tattooed on your wrist' story prompt. I love the idea or death being the main focus of this and I really loved the message you put in about how we never know where were going to die, so you have to make the best of the time you have. Great job! :-)
| IronicPuppies chapter 1 . 9/16/2016
Great stuff. I was skeptical at first about he premise but you managed to make it angsty, suspenseful, and hopefully all at once. I think your ending captures essentially how I feel about the entire 'fate on your wrist' genre, nice job.