- I know I've reviewed this over at effeffdotnet, but I just wanted to make my presence felt over here too. Your Kakashi is killer-deadly, in more than one way, and the murder you do to him only makes for good fiction.
Your choice of diction and story structure are just too perfect. You've got all the bases covered, and it's so very obvious that you do.
Thank you for gracing us with your talents! ;)
(#) sanguineus 2006-05-25Ooh, I've stalked you a bit on the Hidden Village archive. This was great! Well, by great I mean horribly, ridiculously, and SICKLY depressing.
Ugh. I like you. This sads me. But I like it, too. :) It was very good, letting the reader know what was happening without describing the gory details >.> oh, man. Poor Tsunade ;.; KAKASHI grah. Sorry, this is a dumb review, but I very much enjoyed your fic.
(#) Call_it_Karma 2008-05-19"I'm going to kill myself either way," he murmured blankly, "might as well do it the way that's useful."
This was probably, in a morbid way, the best line in the story. It sums up every sentiment Kakashi felt, and I think it was pretty true to his character (duty to the village, practicality).
I like that you didn't use too much dialogue, because the few times you did it really made the statements POP.
Try not to be creeped out....part of being a great writer is the ability to expand your mind...branching out into an area that seems uncomfortable can be kinda good.
(#) senbonbongenma 2010-08-14I really love this kind of Kakashi - incredibly intense internally. Like still waters on a lake or pond or whatever. It's interesting how you make his breaking point as originating outside him but reverberating deeply inside!
Keep it up! We need more thoughtful Kakashi fics out there!
- This was possibly the most disturbing, haunting and beautifully written stories I have read to date.
You stayed true to Kakashi's inner workings and kept the characterization dead on. Your style narrated to perfection the sinking depths of his growing madness due to grief.
Please keep writing, improving (not that you need to improve that much)and sharing your talent with the world.
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