|Reviews for Memorial|
| Shadows-Dancing-In-The-Hall chapter 1 . 9/20/2010
Amazingly sad and heartwrenching! You truly pulled me into Tsunades heartache and agony! Beautiful work. The last line made me tear up!
Thank u for writting this. :)
| freewolf17 chapter 1 . 1/8/2010
guilt can be over whelming... nicely written... i can't magine that level of guilt...
| DarlingDearestDeadForever chapter 1 . 11/13/2009
Wow. When I read the last word, I was just staring at it, letting it all sink in and then I was blew away by the darkness but kind of gut wrenching truth of it all. I love it!
| Wordsplat chapter 1 . 10/9/2009
amazingly well-written...loved it
| Obelisk of Light chapter 1 . 8/23/2009
This is quite dark. Her characteristic self-blame makes me feel sad for her. It's just like her to blame herself for the deaths of people she isn't seemingly attached to, like Orochimaru and Sarutobi.
| Flipping Sheep chapter 1 . 8/19/2009
always cuts my reviews...If this one doesn't end with the word 'End', I was chopped off again. Sorry about that.)
My first thought upon reading this was - dark. Very dark. From the start, you take the reader on this tour of Tsunade's maze of self-hate. Her mourning is interrupted by this tiny, painful idea that she might not have given her all to keep her friends alive, and from there it seems to explode. You bring up an interesting concept that the manga seems to look over very casually - Tsunade is/was the most powerful medic in the Naru-verse; practically considered a genius. Why was it that she was never around when her teammates needed her? Could she have really prevented those deaths? And if so, at what cost?
I feel like the canon storyline should've dwelled on this topic more, but seeing as the story was called 'Naruto' and not 'Naruto - and everyone else, too', I suppose there just wasn't time. Anyway, it's nice to have little light shed upon this concept, and it also shows that Tsunade is human and should also be affected by death.
Also. Ray says hi.