Echizen's gift for pointing out the obvious is a lot like his twist serve; a blunt frontal attack that leaves opponents frozen, incapable of regrouping until it's far too late.
- This was a wonderful read, with amazingly lovely and seasonable imageries. You described Tezuka's conflict and emotions so well. Thank you for writing this. ♥
Author's responseOh gosh, I'm rotten at keeping up with comments on this site, but I really appreciate the review. Thank you very much for reading, and I'm pleased you enjoyed it.
- That was very beautiful. I love how you portrayed both Tezuka and Ryoma- Tezuka wanting the challenge of playing against Ryoma again, and Ryoma just wanting his mentor to live a little, to know that there's other things besides tennis. Beautiful, wonderful read.
Author's responseOnce again, I fail at keeping track of comments here, and I apologize for the late response. Thank you for your feedback, and I'm really pleased that you enjoyed this story.