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I absolutely love this. It's such a beautiful description of the madness that consumes her. Each word is perfect. Each sentence falls upon the soul and makes it ache. Truly a masterpiece.
Author's Response: Thank you so much. I read both of your reviews. I'm glad you enjoyed the story, and really appreciate you taking the time to leave feedback. I do have another couple of darker/more literary-ish pieces like this in the works (after I finish my work in progress Feral) so I hope you will enjoy those as well.
I tried to leave a review this morning but for some reason the website was having problems. My review was pretty long so it's probably a good thing it got banished into the Internet limbo! You are on another authors favorites list who I really enjoy and I am so happy she led me to you. This story defies description. So haunting and beautiful and real
Author's Response: Aw that's too bad. I love reviews :). But thank you so much for posting another after your first got banished to limbo! I'm glad you're enjoying my writing. The rest of what I've written in this fandom is mostly fluff, but I do have a couple of darker, more "literary" pieces like this in the works. I hope you'll enjoy them as well once they're finished.
That is freakin' intense... Sad, so sad. Especially: "I weighed his body and sank it in the harbor. His heart was still beating. I wonder if it will ever stop." I was in fact speechless for a good ten minutes after reading this (just know that very few things can claim to have that power over me and my big mouth).
Author's Response: Thank you so much for the kind review. Inspiring speechlessness is definitely high praise in my book too :). Ya know, I almost copped out and wrote a happy ending where Marie took back her body and they lived happily ever after. But it just felt wrong. This ending practically wrote itself. Guess that makes me a sick fuck, but oh well, heh.
I had to read this several times. First because I was completely thrown. Second because it hurt so much to read that I needed to develop a callous to be able to read it a third time in order to truly enjoy how you brought out the creature that Rogue had become.
Author's Response: Aw thank you so much, Sera. I hope it's some consolation to say this story was as hard to write as it was to read. But it just gnawed at the back of my mind til I finally gave in. Yuck. Makes me want to go foofy in the next chapter of Feral, but I shall resist temptation, heh.
Wow. That's like a punch to the solar plexus. Incredibly powerful and vicious. That's the thing about Rogue ... such potential for things to go so very wrong, and this feels like a very authentic future for her, having to rebuild and rebirth personalities to maintain control: brilliance. The interaction with Logan was almost unexpected and just climbed from one sorrowful moment to the next; even so, I was shocked when she chose to drain him ... great work. Magnificent, truly superb psychodrama.
Author's Response: Thank you. I really admire your writing (although I know I haven't shown it--will get back to reading Sleeping Dogs asap!), so that means a lot. I'm glad Rogue came across as authentic. It felt realistic to me, but I put the OOC warning up just in case.
Wow this was an excelent twisted, dark and original piece of work. Im in love with your concept of Marie and other entities living inside this new person. And Logan participation, superb.
Author's Response: Thank you. I'm so glad you enjoyed. This definitely came from some dark, twisted part of my mind, but it was nonetheless a blast to write.
WOAH, I wasn't expecting that! I can see why you had to right it down in order to get it out of your head. I don't dislike it but it is one of those pieces that will haunt me. (Which makes it good, but goodiness, it wasn't something I was expecting.)
Author's Response: Oh dear! I'm sorry for haunting you, heh. And yeah, this thing was gnawing at me. But now that it's been purged Feral is gnawing again, which was the goal :). So mission accomplished. Off to write on happier things. Ummm like feral!Rogue and Wolverine sexytiems... hmm.... ;P
No, that's a good kind of holy crap. This is dark and visceral and hurtful. What a portrait of Rogue as she struggles with madness. Very well done.
Author's Response: Thank you. I know it couldn't have been the funnest story to read, but she makes for such a fascinating character study. So many possibilities to explore, especially on the darker, crazier side. And let's face it, as much as I love the clunky inelegance of novel-length writing, sometimes you just gotta write something short, painful, and suicidally depressing. Particularly when you're studying 5 hours a day for the GRE (ha!).