|Reviews for How Does Your Garden Grow?|
| a dreamer's attic chapter 1 . 1/14/2009
wow, this is a truly excellent introspective about what it takes to become a SeeD, both serious with just enough sprinkling of humor. It starts well, it continues strong and it ends perfectly. Well done _
| irishais chapter 1 . 6/8/2007
I like this, very much. It's a refreshing "not a hero" perspective, which avoids the entire realm of "Mary Sue." Nicely written, excellent word choice, and the scene of the cadet on the ground cursing at Irvine is pretty much totally awesome.
| alescA Munroe chapter 1 . 12/9/2006
XD Hooray for making out with the SeeD commander!
| Lisa chapter 1 . 3/5/2006
I love your writing - and this is such a good post game fic (with Squall/Zell my FF8 OTP *squee*!)
Just one small nitpic - I think that you were thinking about SODIUM not magnesium as exploding when hitting water. (Sodium explodes in water, magnesium burns brightly/hotly at relativly low temperatures)
| gietzeng chapter 1 . 2/11/2006
Very, very nice. I love exploring Garden's moral ambiguities both in my own work and in other people's. You've encapsulated it nicely. Bravo.
| Fimbrethil chapter 1 . 2/9/2006
| Aegof chapter 1 . 2/7/2006
Tiny typo in the third-to-last paragraph. "Sixth" should be "six."
Very nice piece. The slash seems a little random, but not out of place, somehow. Nice work.
| Lapis.Blue chapter 1 . 2/7/2006
'Rambling first person' is the most fun to write, and it's usually quite fun to read as well. I like how the main character is not one of the FFVI cast, but is a new character viewing the cast from a fresh perspective.
It also happens to be very well written, brings across character well (Zell especially) and the ending paragraphs of her as a SeeD really puts the whole 'SeeD' idea into perspective. SeeDs are mercenaries, but few stories take advantage of or use that fact. I'd say you're a good writer, but judging by the skill level, you probably already know that. _
| Nalanzu chapter 1 . 2/6/2006
Rambly and first-person it is, and I like it. It's a very candid presentation of what it might be like to be a SeeD. (And ha, magnesium in the toilets. I wish someone had done that when I was at college.)