Review of: The Railway Carriage 

reviewed by **DELETED ACCOUNT** on 07/27/2010
**DELETED ACCOUNT**
Much With Little
I liked that you did the most with what you had. I get what you were going for, but I got lost along the way. They didn't like each other and then flew off together? I know I'm missing something. The way you put it together was very creative and different. The story just needs some more work.

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