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emil4383
Sun Apr 5 15:45:18 2015

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My Review of The Preacher Man by Desmond
Pretty good
I found it quite good. You did a really nice job with the environmental description in the beginning. It was a nice little story, that focused on a very small scene. You need that every once in a while.
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emil4383
Sat Feb 21 15:03:03 2015

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My Review of No Title Yet by GSTAR
Pretty good, kinda dark
I really liked it. I loved how it got kinda dark with the whole teethbrushing affair, it gave me a nasty feeling. The way you gave slight clues to Nats situation was intruiging, but at the end I still felt confused about what was happening. I know it was meant to be short, but other than revealing an ongoing quarantine and survival aspect, you didn't leave a whole lot clues. Understandable, since the story was short, maybe if you plan on writing more about Nat/the world, you could oull the curtain back a little further.
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emil4383
Sun Feb 8 05:53:06 2015

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My Review of The Dream Weaver by rissryker
That was pretty cool. I liked the suggestive nature of the text. A little piece of fiction that was quite nicely put together.
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emil4383
Sat Feb 7 15:19:59 2015

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My Review of That Soldier Barking by TonyD
I really liked this one. I haven't been here long, but if this is what I can look forward to, I'm very excited. I felt that iIt gave a real sense of the desperation that sometimes hangs over you, either due to stress or writers block, encompassing the feelings of guilt and necessity. I haven't read a lot of poems like this or about the same, but I really hope I'll find more.
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emil4383
Sat Feb 7 15:11:11 2015

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My Review of Gone Are The Days by poppy
Really dug it. I enjoyed the how it looked upon the past in what seemed like a sad, regretful and nostalgic way.
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