Reviews For In Memoriam

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Reviewer: ellieangel1701 (Signed)
10 Mar 2009 10:40 pm
wow so moving

Reviewer: bridgie0202 (Signed)
16 May 2008 4:07 am
This may not have been where you meant for it to go, but it's still powerful. Just read it again, wow. Still brings tears to the eyes.
Reviewer: bridgie0202 (Signed)
06 Dec 2007 4:02 am
I just read it again, call me twisted.

This still brings me to tears. You did some really amazing work here, especially for the middle of the night.

I stick by my original comment:

Reviewer: bridgie0202 (Signed)
10 Nov 2007 11:29 pm
Oh, oh dear. Few stories have actually brought tears to my eyes, but that one...You may not have intended it to be that way, but it is incredibly powerful as it is.
Reviewer: Kari_Hermione (Signed)
20 Aug 2007 1:01 am
i really like the way you wrote this so it seems David's thinking the whole thing.
Reviewer: BC (Anonymous)
08 Jan 2007 1:02 am
This was beautiful and sad. Lorne's name so does deserve to be first. :)

Author's Response: Well, the names are posted chronologically on the wall. It's just that Lorne's absence caused David to push to get the project underway, so when the 1-year MIA anniversary came up (which is the time period they agreed to wait before listing those culled or otherwise missing but presumed dead) the wall was just finished and the initial listing was in place. Lorne was the first to be added after the initial engraving. I'm glad you liked it!
Reviewer: Haley Teague (Anonymous)
07 Jan 2007 10:07 pm
Wow. I was all happy and cheery, and now I'm crying. Very powerful. Amazing.

Author's Response: *Cringes* I'm sorry; I never meant to make anyone cry! I'm flattered that it touched you so deeply, though.