|Reviews for Let Us Hope and Trust|
| OceanFae chapter 1 . 3/28/2009
This was a very, very good story. There are almost no words.
| Epithelial chapter 1 . 2/27/2007
Amazing. I would have never thought to incorperate the 'Good Omens' world with the Leopold and the horror of the rubber industry- and, if told, I probably would have expected it to be shite. One of the most haunting things I've ever seen was a picture of a rubber worker, staring down at his daughter's hands. I don't think I'll ever forget the expression on his face. This was amazing. I don't think I can say it enough. Extremely well done. You handled a terrible subject with grace and bitter imagery. (I need to stop, because this could go on for a while.)
| Djehuty3 chapter 1 . 1/20/2007
...This, I think, automatically deserves paraise of the highest order. The prose is magnificent, the writing perfect, and the utter, hollow TORMENT of it all is just... just...
I doff my hat to you, sir (or Ma'am).
| tomato-greens chapter 1 . 12/8/2006
This left me unsettled, guilty, and in awe.
In other words . . . very good job.
Especially the hands.
| Shiro Ryuu chapter 1 . 12/1/2006
Ugh -.- It doesn't get much more horrific than that. I read 'The Poisonwood Bible' a year or two ago and I've been meaning to buy it ever since; thanks for reminding me. "Indignant shouting, stagnation, and fading..."; it really is amazing how many horrors get forgotten for every one we do remember. Now if only everybody on this whole site would read this...