|Reviews for Impasse|
| Guest chapter 1 . 3/23
Yeah if i had my way sasuke would fall off the face of the earth! I hate him. And i think naruto is more intelligent than people think. I know what happens between them but iknow sasuke would be thrashed by naruto now. He wouldnt stand a chance. X
| A Midsummer chapter 1 . 6/6/2013
This is probably the few instances I've ever liked a first person view fic. Cheers to you. I can definitely hear Naruto's voice.
| something trivial chapter 1 . 9/21/2012
Amazing. Why must I only come across this now, oh my.
| Tonnerre chapter 1 . 11/12/2011
Naruto in a nutshell. Masterful grip on his character you have their.
| TwistedInABottle chapter 1 . 9/10/2009
Amazing, absolutely articulate in the feelings. This is the best oneshot on Naruto I have ever read.
| RI100014 chapter 1 . 6/21/2009
Where have all the good stories gone?
Nowhere. They're still here, it's just their creators that have gone away.
I don't really get it sometimes. The series has always been reminiscent of the idea that pain and loneliness is a part of life. And getting what you want and getting what keeps you alive and keeps you from breaking, are two different things... But because it's just a TV show, a kid's show, the fans don't seem to want to face that part.
It's gotten wafty around here. Too much 'cloud-nine' or in the other opposite case, too many fantasizes regarding minors and elaborate means to an end. Nobody cares about growing the characters anymore. Nobody wants to write things they understand or feel in their own life.
I've liked your stories from the beginning, because Naruto never gets what he thinks he should want. As a child or as an adult. But in the end he deals what what's handed to him. And yearns to somehow mold into more. Persistence, I think is a good word. A characteristic that makes for a very good hero; someone the reader can always relate to. As not all of us have felt the high of getting what we want, but we've all had moments once in a while of not receiving that which we feel we deserve. And not all of us have the stomach or the nerve to bite the bullet and push on anyway.
I don't know what else to say about these stories. Other than I miss reading them.
I guess it's a good thing the administrators on this site are too busy, lazy, or don't think it necessary, to take down old profiles that go unused for some time. Can always use a good read every now and then.
Salute. My shitty interruption is over.
| the blanket chapter 1 . 8/18/2008
This voice is so Naruto, it HURTS.
| Incognito Temptation chapter 1 . 4/20/2008
This entire oneshot sounded like it could have come straight from Naruto's mind. You did a really good job of digging into his character. :]
| everwhite chapter 1 . 8/16/2007
amazing! all the emotions and thought proceses are so realistic and powerful...
| Pinnacle of Madness chapter 1 . 6/11/2007
Beautiful and well-written, as always.
| Sienna Maiu chapter 1 . 5/14/2007
oh wow... I love this, and I definitely think this could have been running through his mind.
| Andrew Joshua Talon chapter 1 . 12/5/2006
Yeah, the Uchiha's an asshole and a traitor, and definitely needs to get the shit beat out of him to get his head back on straight. Kakashi didn't help at all with that, not enough. Why the hell would anyone leave Sasuke to live on his own after what Itachi did? I mean, c'mon! Growing up without human contact, with only vengeance to motivate or drive him? Did anyone REALLY think this wouldn't happen someday? Sheesh. Anyway, very well done.
Naruto's not as dumb as he's usually made out to be. So I commend you for showing that. And you can interpret him anyway you like, and for that I'm glad you've stuck to your guns and not to what anyone else thinks of Naruto. Excellent work, again.
| Neon Genesis chapter 1 . 10/28/2006
Dude. Probably one of the best one-shots I've ever read. Friggin' awesome.
| Essyllus chapter 1 . 7/11/2006
I really like it! I think that Naruto's mind track is pretty believable. Great job
| Blonde-Existentialist chapter 1 . 6/9/2006
Very interesting. The format was consise and clear and congruent. It wasn't quite angsty or left you feeling bad, nor did it really leave a bitter feeling after reading. Seemed almost lyrical in a sense; but I quite liked it.