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2/14/2017 c1 10njdevin529
This was really interesting and well written. I really want to know what happens next!
1/23/2017 c1 7Hecate Williams
This is so deep! You're writing style is comparable to classics like Flannary O'Connor. I genuinely appreciate this . Great work!
5/4/2016 c1 9MagicWords
Wow, this was deep. I absolutely love your storytelling style in this, because the story itself concentrated less on the characters and more on the events in Amilia's life, and there was a flow to it that shed light on the points to consider. I loved the timing, how the events played out in years, and the new developments altered Amilia's personality. It was like watching her life through a scope and learning when she learned new information. Everything can look so neat and polished when in reality, nothing ever is. It saddened me, because people really have these judgmental views about people different from themselves, and yet some people see the world in black and white; either this is good or bad, right or wrong. There is no in between, like Amilia's dad tended to think.

You just covered so many controversial topics in one story, and it's making me think. I admired the parts about women's roles, interracial friendships, and politics. You covered so much, and I thought it was cool to watch Amilia familiarize herself with these thing and differentiate right from wrong. All in all, I thought it was a worthwhile way to procrastinate from your finals. Now I'm thinking about heavy topics at 8 in the morning, and that's the sign of good writing!

I loved your style too! It's so different from your other works, but it flows well and keeps my eyes transfixed over the words. Loved it!

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