|Reviews for Motorcycles|
| ShantiSmurf 5/10/10 . chapter 1
Wow dark mind-fuckery is right. That was intense and unsettling but as always delivered in your beautiful personal brand of poetry and as such, totally mesmerizing. You could write about the phone book and it would be interesting, my dear! :)
| Kinsey 5/8/10 . chapter 1
You are amazing. Seriously.
| rubiesymusica 5/6/10 . chapter 1
WOW So dark! Definitely a tragedy. I love how you used R&J in this and every once in a while I was hoping that it really WAS Edward and not her mind.
Yep this mindfuck will be in my head for days.
My emoheart says great job! This was a great rec for the Twific Book Club on FB!
| Dance Elle Dance 5/6/10 . chapter 1
I just read this last night and couldn't think of accurate words for it in that instant so I waited until now to review.
This is an amazingly heartbreaking and tragic fic. Mind fuck, definitely. But you wrote it so incredibly well that I was captured by all your words. I felt Bella's pain and her downward spiral into being absolutely crazy was just...wow. There's still the question if Edward was actually there or if it was just her mind, and I guess it's all how you interpret this, which makes this fic even better because it's left open for the reader to make sense of it.
| musicdaydreams 5/5/10 . chapter 1
Okay, I've had this open in a separate tab since I've read it a week ago, trying to come up with the right words to tell you how I feel about it. Unfortunately, I really can't figure out how to put my feelings into words.
Therefore, I'm just going to say that I thought this was absolutely wonderful, even though it was absolutely heartbreaking. And really, I think there's nothing better than a devastating one-shot, and this was devastating.
| missbluejuju 5/3/10 . chapter 1
Oh, ow. Beautiful and tortured. I liked it. :-)
| hookedontwi 4/30/10 . chapter 1
I can't believe you killed her off. I think I've said this three times now, in 3 different places, but I just..ya know.. wow.
I get it though. I mean I'm sure she was clinically depressed yada yada yada, but at the same time, would it ever go away? She may have been delusional and thought that he was following her and would change her or whatever, but I don't really think that was going on.
So...was it? I'm not sure it matters. I liked this version of the deevolution of Bella Swan. So true to life except that she didn't gain twenty pounds of Ben & Jerry's weight and/or vodka weight.
| Ms. Leading08 4/30/10 . chapter 1
Dark mind-fuckery, indeed. And I mean that in the nicest way, of course.
I half expected Edward to show up at the end and save the day. Then I realized that's just not how you roll. (Thank God)
I really love how you take Bella's 'kind-of' craziness in New Moon and turn it into full-fledged craziness. The only thing that confused me was the bookstore guy...though I'm sure that was your intention. Other than that, I loved the desperation mixed with humor mixed with indifference. Somehow the way you combine all those things make her seem so young and yet so old.
Beautiful, as always :)
| Akhesa27 4/30/10 . chapter 1
It was indeed very dark ; -) A bit much for my taste (though I must say, quite refreshing after all those "too cute", HEA stories I've stopped trying to read) but you have such a way with words that I find it difficult not to worship you and everything you write... Thanks a lot for sharing this with us : -)
A Belgian fan
| The Oldest One 4/29/10 . chapter 1
You are truly an amazing writer.
| patch138 4/28/10 . chapter 1
wow...just wow, nice oneshot!
| bklover08 4/28/10 . chapter 1
wow, this is tragic pain worthy of Bella in her worst nightmares...much more descriptive than 4 months of nothingness. This is indeed dark but I was warned and I did find it very powerful and very mystical as well - truly a different kind of story! ;)
| BeauteousCake 4/27/10 . chapter 1
| Demosthenes91 4/27/10 . chapter 1
You kill me with the awesomely gruesome mindfuck! Slay me DED!
| Edlovesme 4/27/10 . chapter 1
Wow! that was the dark side of things. Poor Bella, Jake tried to help. Sometimes you can't get past a broken heart.