Review of: MAG.I. 

reviewed by **DELETED ACCOUNT** on 06/16/2010
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What a trip... Credited Review
What an enjoyable ride, reading your script, so well written. You have painted the two temples, amongst other things so vividly that I had no problem travelling with your characters in all the imaginary places. You used words as less as possible, straight to the point and still all the places and locations seemed real. Your writing skill (Usually this kind of story is hard to follow) allowed me to stay focus to the extent that I couldn't put the script down. In fact I read the original and intriguing story in one time Ė using magic as we use the internet is something I havenít read yet.
I would give three thumbs up! If I couldÖ..I havenít looked yet, on the site what other scripts you wrote but Iíll definitely look for it.

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