|Reviews for Myself Yourself: An alternate novelization|
| AKAAkira chapter 13 . 12/12/2013
That was amazing - in a pretty dark, angsty way. It takes some skill (and a bit of imagination) to keep true to the characters' natures, yet twist the story so far. The narration was the weakest point; it didn't quite convey all meaning quickly and sometimes it took a while to figure out what you meant (Hinako looking like Shuri from the photo, for example), but it was still very strong and other than the part mentioned above was very prompt and direct. The theme running throughout, though, that was the real jewel of this piece - the idea of redemption, and how people might work their whole life without getting it. Especially reflected in that story Aoi had been writing... In a way, it's the antithesis of anime in general, not just canon Myself ; Yourself.
Again: that was amazing.
| MichellieC chapter 2 . 6/17/2012
Really nice telling of the anime, I wish theyd make more than JUST 13 episodes :P your an awesome writer :)
| Guest chapter 2 . 7/3/2011
aio isn't sana's cousin, he just calls her mother his aunt because he lives in an apartment that they rent them
| mark daniel ilao chapter 1 . 12/29/2010
its so very beuatiful...
| Anonymous user chapter 13 . 10/26/2009
Wow, that was dark. I mean, the original Myself Yourself had all the potential to become something like this, then its authors got afraid, I guess.
The writing was good and descriptive, and above all, the story wasn't cheezy and forced, unlike the original (even what happened to Aoi makes sense in a context).
So, a true angst/drama. Recommended.