|Reviews for Desert Bus Ride 1: A Romance Story and for Ladies|
| Darth Nightmaricus chapter 1 . 4/5
What the fuck is this train wreck?
| anon chapter 1 . 2/8
oh my goodness I have never read a fic that brought me this much joy
| anon chapter 1 . 7/7/2014
reading this story again, even after all these years, puts a smile on my face :)
| Bobert Rridges chapter 1 . 1/22/2014
i am very like of this story, much trajic very sadded. it is very gud story i read and laugh with much emotion and cry. thanc you peetar for very dedicasion to FPI.
VERY MUCH GOOD OF THE STORYLINE AND GRMARRR IT IS MUCH OF THE BRILLIANCE
| analuu chapter 1 . 1/17/2014
poo on my crimpo
| ILIKEBLOOD69 chapter 1 . 1/16/2014
Brilliant i am thinking, smiling on my face when reading the bus as i am a bus fan. i also like many fbi hero
| 123robot chapter 1 . 8/20/2013
I have never laughed so hard at any fan fiction on this site, especially something that's not even under the Humour category. Good job Peter.
| Guest chapter 1 . 7/31/2013
I... freakin' LOVE this story. Do a sequel or I'll rip your esophagus out.
| Guest chapter 1 . 6/28/2013
Jesus Christ, Romeon and Juliet sucks ass compared to this masterpiece.
| Lol chapter 1 . 5/11/2013
this the is best book of all year time. i lvoe your writers mr peter!
| Mr. FBI Agent mn chapter 1 . 12/7/2012
GTFO OF THE INTERNET.
GO BACK TO SCHOOL.
AND COME BACK WITH GOOD FUCKING GRAMMAR.
P.S: Pls use spell checkar
| B chapter 1 . 10/11/2012
| Jon Freechmin chapter 1 . 3/29/2012
this story is cool
| katydid4 chapter 1 . 1/5/2012
I think the FBI are honored to have this dedivated to them. "We did not hit so it okay"
I see a Newberry award!
| Laluzi chapter 1 . 7/17/2011
A truly awe-inspiring tale. I sighed with relief, I gripped my laptop with anticipation... I wept at the unspeakable tragedy of the end.
Each passenger on the bus has their own, deeply intricate significance. Mr Oakland leads a nebulous double-life, displaying some resentment at his job as well as battling with the secrets he is forced to keep from those who would truly need his reassurance. The mother, the peculiar and convoluted progression of science and how we mere mortals cannot fathom its inner workings while admiring the efficacy of its application - and yet, how closely science is linked to our hopes and fears, with the concept of the earmuffs being linked to a trepid and uncertain mother. Margaret, the delicacy of womanhood and the fragility of being torn between two loves, all the while linked with the terror that any soldier's fiancee will hold eternally for her significant other. The Indian man calls to light the eternal presence of other cultures that we experience from time to time, and how we must lower our barriers and welcome them rather than refuse to hear them out.
Perhaps most intriguing of them all is Bob Orlando, who stands as an archetype of the boldness and strength of spirit that all young men contain, as well as the universal desire for a damn good cup of coffee.
The slow progression of minor events that occur on the bus - dismal foreshadowing of the uncertain world we all inhabit - leaps into the climax with fervor at the end, where the boyfriend am shot by bullets. The story ends on a note of lingering uncertainty, reminding us all that tragedy can strike whenever it pleases, and often when we least expect it, and that the harshness of the desert exists far outside its shifting sands.