|Reviews for Hell Comes to Mind|
| Alex Warlorn chapter 1 . 8/17/2013
Wouldn't be so bad if the roboticization made them EMBRACE their function for the greater good of society. Then it would be heaven.
| StoryMaker the Echidna chapter 1 . 5/4/2013
Excellent job! I love stories about roboticization and trying to capture the horror of it. Your story succeeded in doing this for sure! The whole thing about trying to want to do the same thing as your programming just to feel in control indicates that you really thought this through. My favorite part the last three paragraphs (well, two of the paragraphs are just one sentence, but you get what I mean).
Also, I like the fact that you didn't feel the need to put in curse words to add punch.
| Julia451 chapter 1 . 4/19/2009
That... just got darker and better and better with every word. What an incredible read! 11/10 You addressed this perfectly, evoking just the right horror and despair. Also not too long and not too short, a very difficult balance to achieve. I'll definitely want to read this again.
| MarioDS01 chapter 1 . 1/19/2009
Another good point of view of what it is like being Roboticized and be trapped in your own metal body and can't even do anything because you are programed to do something.
sad, but interesting.
| Jekkal chapter 1 . 12/2/2006
Short. Poignant. Unsettling. Beautiful.
| Nail Strafer chapter 1 . 9/28/2006
Shame it ended on such a depressing note. Otherwise I thought it was very good. Definitely all the emotions one would experience when having their free will stripped away, and in that fashion, it almost makes death better.
Although I think something that might make it more interesting is fast forwarding some amount of time to the point where this person is freed and giving them their feelings then.
| Awdures chapter 1 . 7/9/2006
Good stuff. Always a potent topic in the SatAM universe, and this one was well done.
One or two minor grammer / spelling points I noticed. "whither" for "whether" and "loosing" for "losing", but nothing that confused the sense of it.
| Jamie A. Lee chapter 1 . 7/8/2006
Have I told you how much I really really love this? Okay, okay, have I told you ENOUGH times? XD
Man, this is just so beautiful. I love psychological first-person stories that allow you to dig inside a character's mind and see what their thoughts and feelings are. And you've pulled this one off -so- well. You can really feel the character's torment and his sense of hopelessness... Very very powerful and intriguing. It really gives you a whole new perspective and a lot of food for thought on the whole concept of robotization.
Definite recommendation from me.
| Matt Lans chapter 1 . 7/8/2006
This is great stuff. Pretty unique too. I think I've only seen something like this once, but it wasn't as well written as this.