|Reviews for Clockwork Zone|
| the-lovely-anomaly chapter 1 . 7/6/2011
You do 3rd person just as well as you do 1st. Another thing for me to envy you for.
This is, as of yet, the most beautiful thing I have ever read by you.
| Takhrenixe chapter 1 . 6/11/2010
I will never be able to understand how can take a character in a game and turn it into...this. This gave me chills, yet I was enthralled by every word. I'm just flat amazed.
A part of me would like to know what he was talking about, but at the same time I think I get it...maybe I'm better off not knowing.
You know, cornwallace, you're really gifted. This was better than Stephen King's writing style, and I practically worship him. So, kudos to you. :D
| Maverick87 chapter 1 . 9/10/2009
Powerful and noteworthy. This isn't just a homage to a Sonic as a video game character, but a tribute to people like me who have similiar problems.
Your 3rd person is as strong as your first, and you show that quality is always better than quanity.
| Tha Kalligrapha chapter 1 . 5/20/2009
Remember that time you asked me if I had read this and I said (and I quote): "I, uh... sort of... well, shut up."? Yeah, that just happened. Like just now.
Anyway, the point being, to get right down to it, first of all, that it was in fact a perplexing tale. Ravaging to the bones. Shook me it did. In fact, it should shake anyone who's played "Sonic Unleashed." Indeed, a disgrace that game was/is to our old friend Maurice. Indeed, a disgrace this fandom has been/still is to our old friend Maurice. He's running in circles, every follicle of creativity sucked and suckled from his pulpy breast(!). In that vein - that is to say, the vein I normally shoot up in - this reminded me of something more akin to "Sonic CD," that long lost pseudo-classic (not to suggest that this story is merely "pseudo-classic," but, to some degree, it has the same atmosphere as that other pseudo-classic [again, not to suggest that yours is also pseudo-classic]) that no one has actually played. I could almost see the checkered floors of old school; I could almost hear the bouncy psychedelic music. A pleasant experience it was indeed.
To conclude, it was, as I had previously inferred, "strong" writing, and therefore you should definitely keep on keepin on. As they say. Heh heh. Heh. Five out of 10 fafillion stars to you.
| UltimaMercenary chapter 1 . 4/19/2009
Wow. That is all sad, ironic, depressing, and well written at the same time. Great work.
| The Archaic Minister chapter 1 . 4/16/2009
The opacity overwhelms me.
| Asher Tye chapter 1 . 4/15/2009
The cry of a desperate hedgehog. One could easily see this as a correspondence to the games or something. Very nicely done.