Review of: Annotated Edition
reviewed by pela-via on 04/29/2009
What in the... This was the strangest story. I had a serious problem with a lack of context. I really didn't know what the hell I was reading (with the notes and alter-ego and the intense strangeness) ... I'm obviously missing something. Maybe there are inside jokes ... maybe I'm hopelessly dense... But the meaning and humor of this story was lost on me. That said, I don't doubt there are clever, interesting people in the world who would think this is fantastic.
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A review of Self-Murder Attemptby pela-via on 05/18/2009This wasn't bad. I think it needs a few changes, but overall it is solid authentic material. ***First of all, you're sharing a personal private story about attempted suicide; volumes could be said in response to such a thing. I'm not addressing that aspect in this review. I'm not personally callous to your traumatic experience, I'm just focused on the writing.*** on the... read