Reviews For Carved in the Mind

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Reviewer: Dreamflower (Signed)
07/25/15 - 11:00 am
Chapter 1

I do so love this, and am so grateful that you made it for me. Such fun to get the chance to re-read it again and tell you so once more.

I really like your characterization of Sador. He was just the sort of person little Turin needed, someone to care about him, not afraid to show his emotions but able to acknowledge them and move on. I also love his kindness and the little mouse he made for Turin.

And I also loved Turin's automatic assumption that gifts were for his little sister. He loved her SO much and they were parted so young!

Beautiful, and much appreciated.



Author's Response:

Thank you very much! I'm so happy you still like it and my take on Sador!

I'm very fond of Sador and glad you share my interest in him.

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Reviewer: Dreamflower (Signed)
07/25/15 - 11:00 am
Chapter 1

I do so love this, and am so grateful that you made it for me. Such fun to get the chance to re-read it again and tell you so once more.

I really like your characterization of Sador. He was just the sort of person little Turin needed, someone to care about him, not afraid to show his emotions but able to acknowledge them and move on. I also love his kindness and the little mouse he made for Turin.

And I also loved Turin's automatic assumption that gifts were for his little sister. He loved her SO much and they were parted so young!

Beautiful, and much appreciated.

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Reviewer: Ellynn (Signed)
06/24/14 - 12:58 am
Chapter 1

I like the atmosphere of soft, silent sadness in the story.



Author's Response:

Thank you very much, Ellynn!

I'm glad the atmosphere appeals to you!

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