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Review of chapter "Indefinite Hiatus" from tryingtobestine
I realize that you probably won't update this, but I still hope that you will.

I liked it, simply enough.
Review By [tryingtobestine] • Date [10 Mar 14] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Part 3" from (Current Donor)Katrina
How did I miss this way back? That said, I like the story so far. The big change in behavior is explained and I kind of love that they're neighbors to the Berry's. ;)

I look forward to reading more.
Review By [(Current Donor)Katrina] • Date [5 Dec 13] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Part One" from AllenPitt
It's one thing to feel unappreciated--but if Faith is in that bad of a shape,she should take a vacation. ... Hm, is the girl in the picture maybe a relative she knows about already?
Comments from author:
As far as Faith is concerned the wallowing was as much of a vacation as she's ever experienced. She's a person of action, needs to /do/ in order to feel alive. And it's not just the unappreciated thing really, she's sadly used to it. It's killing the Slayers that prove irredeemable. It's being used as a weapon when the new Council isn't supposed to do that with their Slayers anymore. Hopefully I'll be able to get that across better in later chapters, but I'll admit that I tend to jump around within a story horribly. But anyway, hopefully this assignment will give her a chance to heal. :)
Review By [AllenPitt] • Date [4 Dec 13] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Part One" from Jazzibear
This is a good start, and if it continues thus I for one shall continue to read the story. My interest has been whetted.

I don't mind how long the chapters are if the content is good, but I did find some of the paragraphs a bit on the long side: that is easily fixed though.

One other thing though (please, what follows is in no way intended as a criticism). There is a common confusion in fanfiction between cannon, a gun, and canon, the story as told in the TV series (and some, perhaps many, would include the comics making up seasons 8 and 9: I find the comics self-indulgent and irritating).

Usually cannon is mistakenly used to signify the story line, which is an interesting concept; but you have a loose canon, which conjures up a nice picture, since canon is a clerical rank in the Church of England and other episcopalian churches. For all I know some of the canons may indeed be loose.

Please excuse my rambling. I’m just fascinated by the mechanics of language.
Comments from author:
Ha, and usually I'm the one correcting random people's spelling! lolz I'll fix that, thanks for pointing it out. :)
Review By [Jazzibear] • Date [4 Dec 13] • Not Rated
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