|Reviews for It's A Beautiful Day|
| Quitting Time chapter 1 . 6/9
I rather like this story. It gives insight into one the life of yet another prisoner.
| Hummingbird2 chapter 1 . 6/21/2012
Wow, that's very interesting (as well as unique). And I must admit, it would never have occurred to me! Thank you.
| minlin chapter 1 . 5/23/2012
Well done! I never really considered that any of the 'cheerful' Villagers might really be just as trapped as 6.
| Halfred Askold chapter 1 . 3/7/2012
Bravo! Bravo! I have thought about the woman behind the voice.
| Toshiko Sato chapter 1 . 10/11/2011
Wow, you are brilliant. I had never really paid any mind to the prisoners who went about their business seemingly happily, and your work really made me think. Well done.
| Cruelest Sea chapter 1 . 6/6/2011
Clever and creative. Well done.
| Auburn Red chapter 1 . 10/20/2010
So, even the Morning Announcer Woman is a prisoner. It sad, but it makes sense. There is something almost forced about her voice when she gives the announcements. It's a wonderful brief story into her mindset. I am very interested in many of the characters and how they became prisoners themselves. In fact, I am working on a similar idea myself. :D
| Lorendiac chapter 1 . 6/12/2010
Well, that was certainly short. So it's hard to come up with anything clever to say about the elaborate plot development or the witty banter between different characters, under the circumstances.
I liked it, though. Although I believe I've seen nearly all of the original TV episodes at one time or another over the years, I never really worried much about the people who gave the official announcements over loudspeakers or whatever. I tended to believe that those who seemed to be, shall we say, "cheerful tools of the establishment" really did feel cheerful about their jobs, instead of just trying to put a brave face on a bad situation because they were afraid that otherwise the entire Village society would get far worse as people collapsed into despair or whatever.