|Reviews for Broken|
| keyeser chapter 1 . 3/8
I really want to thank you for writting this amazing story.
| Guest chapter 1 . 3/2/2015
this was really moving 3.
| Ashmn chapter 1 . 5/10/2014
I can't...hold...all these feels
| Neofanatic chapter 1 . 3/11/2013
(Too lazy to log in)
Oh my God...
This is so sad!
At the beginning, it's all nice and wedding-ish, but then when Amazing Grace began to play, a small part of me knew it was a funeral. And then when my theory was correct, I'm pretty sure I stopped breathing.
Awwww... the last page of her diary... :( Well... she got what she wanted... she's forever free.
(will favourite when logged in)
| eltinka chapter 1 . 1/13/2013
oh my god im crying
| Alex chapter 1 . 5/31/2012
Oh my gosh, that was really good, but also very sad. I cried.
| lanternheart chapter 1 . 8/4/2011
| IvyBean chapter 1 . 1/29/2011
This fanfic is one of the only ones that has actually made me shed real tears. I'm still crying now as I type. I started sobbing when I read her diary. Life is so unfair. I applaud you for your talent to write depressing endings because as a wise person once said, "It take a genius to write a sad ending"...
This fic has made my own troubles seem small and I thank you for that. It showed me how beautiful and sad life can be. I feel so bad for Ash. Almost like I'm him and Misty died. ;o; There are no words to describe this. It's just...
| ChloboShoka chapter 1 . 11/15/2010
Great read, lots of detail and emotion leaking in this. I found it very easy to picture things. I felt the sadness coming through the song.
| dancinmsmandy chapter 1 . 8/25/2010
By far your best piece of work. I cried so hard reading every single paragraph. Absolutely fantastic job.
| Muckfoot chapter 1 . 8/20/2010
Well I just died inside.
| Pokemon-Princess.8 chapter 1 . 8/19/2010
I honestly cried 3 times and felt sick through most of the chapter. Unbelievably real. Your talents are endless. Not even dumbledoor dying was a touch on this. This piece of literature needs to be published. It serves a purpose. It was so excellently yet disturbingly well writen.
| Ran08 chapter 1 . 4/29/2010
"I hate this... I hate myself... I hate my life... I hate feeling hungry... I hate food... I hate fat... I hate hospitals... I hate doctors... (fast forward...) I hate EVERYTHING..."
I HATE this story(line)!
Um... it's nicely written... and it's nice but... the story ISN'T! I hate the storyline!
Wah... why did Misty have to die?
It's all too sad... I can't take it!
Um... please don't take it badly...
It was good but... I didn't like it coz... Misty died...
But still... it was really nicely-written... but super sad...
| Aiselne Phoenix Nocturnus chapter 1 . 7/16/2009
For the record, I loved “Fragile.” This sequel was a great continuation, albeit a tragic continuation considering Misty looses her struggle with anorexia. Interestingly, this installment is more about Ash compared to its prequel, and chronicles how he copes with Misty’s end. I will admit, I preferred your writing style in “Fragile,” namely because it constantly swapped the POVs of Ash and Misty and made the story more well rounded. However, considering Misty dies in this story I suppose we can’t expect her POV available in this sequel, can we? Nevertheless, you still more than adequately got inside Ash’s mind and emotions to effectively compensate for Misty’s absence. Despite how I’m more attracted to “Fragile,” I know I wasn’t disappointed with this sequel. Great job!
| snailsgomoo chapter 1 . 5/20/2009
This is an amazing, amazing story, yet so sad. I feel a bit silly for admitting to this but you had me crying pretty much throughout the whole story. I had to stop at one point because i was crying so much the screen went to blurry to read.
The whole story was very well written, and the opening especially had me fooled for a while. I also admire how you developed a moving backstory with the flashbacks. Many authors don't do that and that is where their stories fall flat.
I tried to come up with some constructive critism but honestly i could find none, it's a great story, you should be very proud, and who knows this story might even raise some much needed awareness for the true colours of this disease and people might start to take things more seriously.