Just like you, baby. I was already gone. (Oneshot, possible slash references)
(#) AlexSanDee 2007-02-12 08:27:36 AMThis is hard for me to review. It is beautifully written but to me there is so much sadness in the world that finds me I just can't make myself so looking for it. Without Gerard's voice this world would be too dark. Oh crap now I'm depressed again. That does make you a very powerful writer. Isn't it amazing what mere words can do.
Author's responseI know how you feel; it was hard for me to write this, because I don't know what I'd do if it actually happened. The ache would be forever. Thank you for reviewing though; it means a lot to me.
(#) MyVengefulRomance 2007-02-12 05:40:24 PMI squeaked when I read the end. I can't explain it, I just...did. This was gorgeous. I freaking knew it, though. I KNEW that Gee was dead and Frank was visiting him in the cememtery. I read too much. shakes head But I did like (Well, I didn't LIKE like, I mean-NEVER MIND!) the way you always refered to the cememtery as 'Gerard's place'. And that he was 'waiting' for Frank in the same place as always. I also like the way you had him die. Not heroic, not in flames, just a simple, accident. That was beautifully written, sweetheart! As always, beautiful. sighs
And you wrote it to get back at me for always being so infernally depressive! squees That makes me all...giggly. Even though this was really sad...Jesus, I need a life. Thanks for the dedication! I wuv you mucho. (ha, yeah. I DID learn something in Spanish Class. laughs manically and runs off)
(#) MyVengefulRomance 2007-02-13 04:48:40 PMI read this again. I had to. I was too hyper to properly comment on this yesterday. I got sad after reading this. There are just this tiny, unimportant details you include that make this story amazing. Gorgeous. Beautiful. I could go on and on. I'm putting this on my favorites. But, there was one line where I giggled. That one where Frank was imagining Gerard telling him about coming back and eating him? That made me smile. You have such talent. For Christ's sake, woman, sit your ass down, pull out your pencil and paper, and write a damn book! And then find a publisher. I'll be your manager. (Pretend I'm not 14.) I'd buy ANY book you write. Even if it was about the founding of America. 'Cause you'd find a way to make it interesting. I applaud you, and you need to update 'Anatomy'. Great job.
P.S- Marry me?
Author's responseOh, how I love you to death. But not literally; because if you died, well... it would way too tragic for my poor young heart.
Thank you so much for your awesome reviews. I love you, and would totally marry you!
(#) The_Cucumber_Lady 2007-02-14 08:31:42 PMWow.
That was... wow.
Everything you write is gorgeous. If I had half your talent it would be a vast improvement on mine.
I think I almost cried, but my brother is in the room so I shut myself up. Ha. I really... don't like my brother.
Anyway, it's not just your writing that's beautiful... the entire idea of it, and everything that happens is just so amazing and moving.
So I pretty much love it =)
(#) dazzling_britt 2007-02-24 04:16:36 AMWow, this moved me so much.
I'm getting all emotional now sniff. I loved all the details that you put in there, and I too liked the way you refered to the cemetery as 'Gerard's place'. I thought that he was alive until you mentioned the gravestone.
You are a fantastic author, I heart you