|Reviews for You're my Family|
| Guest chapter 4 . 12/18/2003
A happy ending in the story i like this better then the movie this isn't so sad real good work
| midgewood58 chapter 4 . 10/5/2003
This story's premise is very interesting. You didn't go as in-depth with it as you could have, though. The character development was weak and too basic for the relationships in this story to be really convincing. You do touch on some intriguing things-like the single mother/Mecha child premise, and the interaction between two Mecha childs-but, again, you didn't explore those aspects as deeply as you could have. There were a lot of grammatical errors, also.
| Kokeshi088 chapter 4 . 9/22/2003
That was beautiful. I don't really write A.I. fics that much (I have only 1 poem), but I foudn this story inspiring, and I feel like writing something now.
Though, I have developed my own theories around the A.I. universe, and my mecha world is ltitered with angst and war... it's really different... oh, shoot, I'm rambling again...
Anyways, it hought this wa sone of the most beautiful works I've seen. a few spelling errors, but, they're unnoticeable. Lovely words, I almost cried at some point. (I think it was the violin music I was imagining in my head. Added drama.)
Please write more! _
| Ermite chapter 4 . 9/19/2003
I like your story's heart. I also like the way you blend the "sources" of the AI universe into your story.
| Matrix Refugee chapter 4 . 9/19/2003
As I wrote on the "A.I." fanfiction messageboard, this is a lovely fic! A little sad, but with happiness shining through it as well, like a smile through quickly fading tears. Nice that David can have some good things happen to him! It's great that Emily could find someone whom she could love again, after such a terrible loss...
Nice touch putting in the quotes from "Supertoys When Winter Comes", one of the related stories by Brian Aldiss. Did you read them in the book version, or did you find the archived text on my site? (Just wondering: That's why I put them there, so that fanfic authors could be inspired by them...)