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Comments to The Owl and The Eagle: Aristonice by Meghan Sullivan


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Submitted by FriedEyeball (Jun 20, 2005)

Yeah, I really like it. It's got great storytelling and feels physical and sensory too, like all of your work. Double plus good.


Submitted by seancuig (Apr 21, 2005)

It's beautifully written. I found it flowed much more smoothly that the previous piece (though I enjoyed that also). I am struggling with Far Striker though? The name stands out like a sore thumb, and seems not to match up with the other names/places or the time. I really like that the descriptive narrative is not overdone. I struggle when things are over-described and find myself having to re-read sentences, however with this piece, this is not an issue at all. There are a few typos and spelling errors, but who cares about that :-)


 


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