|Reviews for Pact|
| miz chapter 8 . 1/8/2005
OMG, I luved ur story! The last 3 paragraphs in CH. 8 were so sad. ( I NEED to know what happens next, plz tell me when you add a new CH. to ANY of ur stories, they're all so wonderful...*cry because of end*
| iEATfood chapter 8 . 11/16/2004
wow,...my face is flushed and my hearts beating way to fast..you have an amazing way with words it made me get right into the story...
if you ever write a novel or something i'll read it _
| chickens chapter 8 . 11/15/2004
Hey, you can't stop there! Keep on going
| some guy chapter 1 . 11/11/2004
Is this the end? if so: that was a really well written story. I give you props. If not: You should deffinately type more soon. To much suspense cannot take ::heart explodes::
| koriaena chapter 8 . 10/30/2004
T_T poor dib... good story!
| fukkafyla chapter 8 . 10/12/2004
funny, my elbow actually (seriously) started to sting and became considerably hot while reading that last scene. It's sort of like that with all your descriptions. I can feel and breathe them, it's like i'm actually there.
well, don't stop now! krummi demands more chapters! krummi does not review often, so be proud and grateful! and write more! ;P
| Dibsthe1 chapter 8 . 10/10/2004
The bit about the fight at school, wow. Frighteningly realistic, positively feral in fact.
Gruesome, vivid imagery of Dib cutting himself, no punches pulled whatsoever.
In fact, all your descriptions in general make it feel like I am actually there.
Thank you for giving me a new standard to aim for!
| neosun7 chapter 8 . 9/27/2004
I am so sorry that it took me so long to review! I'm still in awe of your beautiful writing style and characterization. All I can say is that I hope Dib lives and please update! Until the next chapter...
| Ashsema chapter 8 . 9/26/2004
Greetings Senri, Zim won several victories without probably even knowing it. Dib was very lucky that Gaz came when she did. I wonder how Zim will react when he discovers Dib is in the hospital. I also wonder what the probe is and what it will do. I wonder what the doctors will say if and when they notice the probe. I wonder if Dib will survive his bout of stupidity. I wonder so many things. I hope Dib will be okay. Looking forward to your next installment. - Ashsema
| Ashsema chapter 7 . 9/26/2004
Greetings Senri, Aah! Poor Dib. He is now the unwitting test subject of ZIM! Bad enough his diaries are in Zim’s possession. That may prove very bad for Dib. Enticing installment. - Ashsema
| Xerio chapter 8 . 8/22/2004
Apology's for the bad review earlier, this Fic is great!
(no offence meant from my last review for you, i just don't like ZaDr's, RaPr's and ZaGr's)
| Swiss Army Knife chapter 8 . 8/22/2004
To begin with, I have to appologize that to this point I have not been a responsible reviewer.
That being said, I commense. I'm picky about my reading, irritated with cliched writing, and critical of character development. But not with this story. I have been immensely impressed with every inch of it. You had me from the first chapter, captured and waiting on "baited breath" (yes, I know, cliche) for the next post to come.
I love the way that Zim has inevitably darkened, how much more careful and less playful his attempts have become, I love that though Dib is no superhuman he has been made of tougher stuff than to crumble and can continue to surprise Zim at his ability and zealous, oneminded, and admittedly obsessive attempts to defeat the alien.
The episode when they were at school was a interesting touch into their "lives" and really set the tone for the stories cannon, it being a few years removed from the original show's. The children at school, and oh - that reminds me of my favorite part of this chapter in particular:
This is the worst thing you've ever done to me, Zim…
It was true. The alien has hurt him before, tortured him, almost killed him, but he had never subverted Dib's body so completely against him. I bet he's laughing over this right now… loving it…
Over the years Dib's various refuges had been peeled away; secluded little parks where he could watch the leaves cascade down in fall, a little warm nook in the skool boiler room wedged between two machines where he could curl up and nap, away from the hell of classmates and bullies and Zim; a little café where they served hot, greasy, good food and the windows fogged up in winter, his skool desk, which was old and uncomfortable but still his; even his room; everything had been defiled by Zim. If not blasted literally out of existence then sown with so many traps and monitoring devices that Dib avoided them for self-preservation now. And even if they hadn't been bugged they would still have been soiled by the presence of Zim, his judging eye and searing grin.
Himself, the unassailable integrity of his own body, was the last thing Dib depended on.
I lied, to favorite parts. Dramatic, almost nausiating. It just reeks of a kind of devestation that is distinctly human - and as Dib is most decidedly human...
Anyway, love for this story always. I love it. The imagery is amazing and worth more than one read (you should have seen me on the dream chapter) to really get everything there. Awesome. Awesome. And an inspiration. When I write Inzador Zim, I can't help but think of this story and the standard it has set. Oh but that all reached such a standard! The real running best of this genre, in my opinion.
Hats off (the cliches, they burn) to you,
*waves a tiny fan-of-fic flag feebly*
Love. Swiss Army Knife.
| Maran Zelde chapter 8 . 8/21/2004
This fic continues to blow my away. You have amazing talent. I really felt Dib's panic, torment, and desperation. I even looked at the same spot on my arm after I read it. This is one of the most evil things Zim has done in fanfiction. I wonder if he had any idea what it would drive Dib to do, and what his reaction is.
I am also glad you didn't glamorize or romanticize self-mutilation like so many fanfics do. You show it for the horror it really is.
| Yuki KIKI chapter 8 . 8/21/2004
That was... wow. Just amazing. Your description of Dib cutting made my skin genuinely crawl (trust me, it's a compliment ;) Very, very few literary works have ever had such an impact on me- You are an excellent writer, I can't wait to read what's going to happen next ;)
| Argle Bargle IV chapter 8 . 8/20/2004
Prof. Membrane, be nicer to your kids. Argh.
Hehe. Yeah. Anyway... as you know, I'm not a fan of the detailed cutting scenes, but I suppose it's appropriate here... still, blech. I love your writing, you know that, blah blah, yadda yadda, you get the picture.
I'm allowed to cut corners with you. I know you. XD