Review of: Dropped 

reviewed by gaurav_darko on 04/13/2012
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gaurav_darko
Left with a desire for more Credited Review
Congrats! You were successful in making me flinch and shift uncomfortably in my chair as I read the part where the girl pushes him to the floor. This means that the language used here is good. But, on the flip side, it feels incomplete, like an abstract from some story. It is just a glimpse of something bigger. I think you should expand a bit on it. Since its too short, I can't really say much about it.

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