|Reviews for Shatterpoints|
| Haiza Tyri 2/10/13 . chapter 6
Ah, I like how Amram is the one taking the initiative. We usually hardly even think about him.
| autumnrose2010 2/3/13 . chapter 6
That was very nice, Amram and Jochebed are a loving couple who genuinely care for their children and you can feel their pain...
| Jyoti 2/3/13 . chapter 3
Wonderful job, I especially love the scriptures.
| SunRise19 4/29/12 . chapter 5
This was so brilliant! AWESOME chapter! Hosea just breaks my heart..when I read about him and Gomer. Great chapter, these are so brilliant! Perhaps you could write about Mary Magdalyn? (I may've spelled that wrong..) or the woman caught messing around and they were going to stone her until Jesus stepped in.
These are awesome, I look forward to reading more of them! :):) 333
| SunRise19 4/29/12 . chapter 4
Very interesting! Now I dunno if this is my fave or if it's chapter 3! 33 LOVE these! They're awesome! Great work here! I'm really liking these! Poor James..I enjoyed the memories you wrote about.
| SunRise19 4/29/12 . chapter 3
Wow, this is my favorite thus far..I like how you started with a Bible verse and ended with one. Great job here! Awesome! Brilliant! I could really picture this.
| SunRise19 4/29/12 . chapter 2
Very interesting nice thought pattern for this king who I feel let his wife so control him..which would've been ok if she hadn't been evil.
| SunRise19 4/29/12 . chapter 1
Wow, I could really picture this..Awesome job off to read more!
| meezzy 4/26/12 . chapter 5
I love this story. You've captured the Biblical characters very well. This is unusual for me, but I'll review chapter by chapter :)
Adam: this is a very unique way of portraying why he took the fruit - because he didn't want to lose Eve. I love the way you write his horror when he realizes that what he is doing is wrong but he cannot (or will not?) stop himself.
Paul: I always thought that he probably survived the stoning because it was not his time yet and God has more work for him to do. I never thought that he is not ready to die yet, unlike Stephen who I think would whole-heartedly agree with what Paul later wrote "to live is Christ and to die is gain".
James: his anguish over losing his big bro feels very real and painful. You made me feel sorry for him even though I know the pain is only temporarily (He is risen! :D) and I definitely always felt bad for poor Mary. Christ as a child/teenager is also awesome.
Hosea: can totally imagine him going all emo over his wife leaving him and their kids behind. who can blame him for that?
| Jyoti 4/15/12 . chapter 2
Ahhh! This is soo good. Beautiful work :)
| Jyoti 4/15/12 . chapter 1
Wow I love it. Great job!
| Haiza Tyri 4/15/12 . chapter 4
Exquisite. I love all the memory bits, young Jesus seeming like a real, normal, but extraordinary big brother. It is very difficult to conceive of what he might have been like as a child and a brother, and you've done it beautifully.
| Gfzgfx 4/14/12 . chapter 4
This is a very interesting analysis of these bible passages and feel you capture the human side of people whom we often think about but cannot understand. I hope you continue to write these pieces and I look forward to reading your further works.
| autumnrose2010 4/14/12 . chapter 1
That was beautiful...
| 368235 4/14/12 . chapter 4
though I don't believe Christ had siblings, I reaally liked this! esp. the Adam piece!