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2/7/2009 c1 JClegg
Sick story dude. I like it
2/8/2008 c1 4BrennaRaven
That was brilliant and very nightmarishly scarey. Certainly made me reconsider the prospect of having children and the effect it would have on my mental state. Although I really enjoyed the sort of "you don't really know what you've had until you've lost it" moral you had at the end of the story.

I would also like to say that I really appreciate how polished your work is. I find it a bit hard to find stories written to this quality on fictinpress (not saying mine are all that great but I do my best as I'm sure most people do). I guess my point is I'm happy to find an author who's stories I can read without getting a migrane from an overload of cliche's and spelling/grammar errors.

Thanks so much for posting your work!

- Brenna
2/6/2008 c1 Brid
A sad story of life..everything is greener on the other side, however when one arrives there, the green is gone, and it's all brown (hmm, where have I heard that before?). We all long to escape when our present situation seem so unfulfilling, so intolerable, however, how does one escape the unescapable? There is no way..as your story shows..case in point..we only have remorse for what we escaped from. So,if we cannot escape..then we must 'make better' the nightmare in which we exist..never make do, never settle. Very well written..I am impressed.

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