Review for Stars Made of Fire

Stars Made of Fire

(#) PartyPoison 2011-09-02

Well now I am extremely excited for not the next chapter but the chapter after it. Battle scenes are wondrous. Especially when epically long.
I do like the first three but I’m not a big fan of the DXG 518 and never really have liked FujiFilm. (I don’t know why, just something about it) The Cannon 60d, now that is an amazing camera. An unreachable dream for one like myself but maybe if you save up long enough you will eventually get one. I don’t personally own any camera’s but I can sometimes get my hands on one for awhile. Photography is a wonderful thing, sometimes I never want to put a camera down.
This is true. I don’t usually think about what any of them must be in real life. It’s too enjoyable to make them how I want them to be in my mind. (That last sentence makes me sound slightly insane. I realise this and do not deny it) The fact that you made that connection between Ryan and the beast makes this story more emotional (I don’t know if that’s the right word for it but I can’t come up with anything else that fits) It’s almost a sad sense of realisation that they are practically one in the same. This story is a miraculous read and always keeps one waiting for more.
You do realize that all of your chapters are cliff-hangers, right? it’s a bittersweet feeling when you update because in the first half of the chapter I figure out the questions I was left with in the chapter before but in the second half another problem arises and you always cut it off before it’s solved again. Still, it keeps me interested and entertained so there’s nothing wrong with it.
Oh, I forgot to say that I enjoyed the Donnie Darko quote in the last chapter.