|Reviews for Memorabilia|
| Guest 11/21/12 . chapter 1
| Nahrali 12/20/05 . chapter 1
I have just finished reading the Turk-sequence and I applaude you. I am a bit of a Turk fanatic and these were mesmerizing. Truely thought-provoking and heart-wrenching. At times confusing, but overall a masterpiece.
I found an error in Numbers, but if you haven't yet seen Advent Children I can understand why it is there. I do not wish to spoil the movie for you, otherwise I would reveal the error.
I wish you luck in finishing all of your current projects!
P.S. I would be honored if you would read my fic centered on the Turks - once it's posted, that is. It might be awhile...
| TheDonutMistress 7/20/05 . chapter 1
My first thought reading this was "Dude, you rule!" (I call everyone dude. XD) Then I thought that might not be the best way to sum this all up. I didn't find anything wrong with this-in fact, I enjoyed it very, very much. I'm something like you've written Tseng, so I can completely relate to the thought-process at work here. Being removed from a situation, yet keeping all those mementos at the same time, almost to torture himself about how withdrawn and methodical he is about everything. Well done. This is going to my faves. (As are the other ficlets in this...?series? Read them all and will be reviewing them all shortly.)
| cirruscastle 6/3/05 . chapter 1
I am glad that for this last perspective on the world you chose to deviate from such a specific theme. Changing people into things is indeed very apt for a killer. The way that Tseng keeps items that remind him of the people he's damaged reminds me of a serial killer and I like that Tseng beneath his calm exterior has that kind of compulsion.
There are a few sentences in the story that are a little clunky and maybe that's what you mean about the wording irking you?
I think that the characterization is good, however. It's a bit distant and aloof, but I think that works well for Tseng as you have him here, assembling a group of killers.
| Nico-Chan 3/30/05 . chapter 1
I liked it, obviously. I also enjoyed how it included some of the most random things, a Picture of Rufus, and something from Aerith.
The wording seemed fine, nothing wrong there, and the length was nice. A good ending to a series, though I'm slightly dissapointed. Rude gets no ficcy?