|Reviews for The Man in the Wind and the West Moon|
| Hami chapter 1 . 7/22/2012
.GOD. Please please tell me you will continue this omg it's amazing!
| Doubleplusgoodduckspeaker chapter 1 . 9/17/2011
Yes, I agree with your A/N... this needs backstory. More to this story would really let us understand things a bit more (I'm one of those people though that sees vignettes and is always shouting for more story, though, so I'm biased in that regard), but what you have is really good. The ~virtual~ aspect of Noa is my favorite thing about him, and I love how you showed that (the place beyond Recycle Bin :DDDDD).
This was great! Thank you for writing this!
| Ryou VeRua chapter 1 . 9/17/2011
"the place beyond Recycle Bin"
"His mind parses data from porn webpages with maximum speed"
Do I really need to say anything? Really?
I'm pretty sure those lines ALONE made this for me. I was actually actually going to start the review with 'you had me at "the place beyond Recycle Bin", but then I ran across that second line and giggled. In a mature way, of course.
Either way, this is my first of the Bayshippings so far, and I'm starting to get a sense of why Azh loves it so much! X3 Great job!
| My Misguided Fairytale chapter 1 . 9/17/2011
So far I like this the best of your Tier 5's. I'm not sure why, it's just something about it that appeals to me - Noa's voice here is great, the dreamlike, hazy, supernatural atmosphere to the whole piece is great, the computer references like firstForward said are great, I love stories in present tense so that was great too. It was kinda...missing an overall plot? xD But I didn't mind at all. Sure, I'd love to read it if you had one, but even without the context it was still a great read. I'm fascinated by your title, too, I think all of your fics have great titles, I like that you pay a lot of attention to titles and summaries and just overall framing your stories. D It's great. Keep up the great work! D
| firstForward chapter 1 . 9/12/2011
I don't think you meant it, but the moment I read the words 'Recycle Bin' I was amused, and with each description of how Noah views things in his world, and how he thinks, I grew even more amused. Every semblance of computer term or thought had me grinning, wondering exactly what Noah thinks of what seems like real interaction when he's still processing it like a program. Adding back story to this could really make it interesting, I think, because you've got some great interaction in the sense of dialogue and the characters interpreting each other's body language. They're a very dynamic, used-to-getting-their-own-way sort of pairing, so it'd be interesting to see how the relationship would work with plot behind it. Thanks for the read.