Reviews for The World of Midnight
JulCan1987 chapter 1 . 6/25/2014
Hansel and Gretel's story was very sad, forced to kill or be killed. It makes me sick that people would do that to children.
ImpishTopHat chapter 1 . 7/25/2013
This is beautiful; I love Hansel and Gretel I almost cried when they died.
Ghostrider chapter 1 . 1/23/2013
It was a dark, melancholy story (only watched the dubbed version), with a lot of truth in it. There were indeed a lot of unwanted children placed in orphanages where they came from, all to the glory of a madman running that country. A lot of them 'disappeared' after the Wall fell...

Hansel and Gretel's story doesn't seem so farfetched. While they were killers, they were made that way, out of a will to survive. It is what gets me most about this arc. I knew they had to die. There simply is no other way since there is no way to cure them. The thought that with each kill, they become even more immortal is burned so deep into their psyche, there is no way to remove it. Even Rock, who the girl thought was the sweetest guy, someone she really liked, wasn't going to be safe if she thought it would enhance her immortality.

It was a hard thing to watch, exemplified by Boris saying as much and remember, he had seen a lot of bad things in Afghanistan. I grieve for the life taken from them but I celebrate their death because it means an end to their suffering. Maybe, if there is an afterlife, they may find mercy and all the things they didn't get in this life.
Guest chapter 1 . 11/3/2012
Awesome poem I truly thought they would live a full life of melancholy
Guest chapter 1 . 10/11/2012
i really loved this poem, and yes the story was very touching...
wouldn't it be great if someone (perhaps you?) wrote an alternate ending to the story where they get away? (and let other stuff happen too i suppose) such is the tragedy of my two favourite characters of black lagoon dying, oh well...
great story/ poem!
:) :) :) :) :)
Guest chapter 1 . 8/24/2012
Love it please make another