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Reviewer: J Anonymous starstarstarstarstar [Report This]
Date: 28 Feb 2011 - 03:57 pm Title: 6 - Exonerated

Well written and hard to stop reading once started.

Reviewer: Donna Anonymous [Report This]
Date: 08 May 2010 - 01:31 am Title: 6 - Exonerated

Good story.  Too bad the author is no longer with us and we will read no more of her adventurous imagination.  Where ever she is I hope she has found happiness.

Author's Response:

As someone famous once said, reports of my demise are greatly exaggerated (or something).

If you liked this story, you will no doubt have read the follow-up, which is "The other side of the fence".

A third story arc is currently in preparation, but as this has swollen to nearly double the parts (!) it is obviously taking me longer to write and edit for publication. This is probably going to take me at least another month before it appears here.

That won't be the end of the story, by the way. A fourth part is projected, but as the story moves out of the facility into the wider world it obviously requires more careful attention. That, plus the fact that I have at least three other stories demanding that I write them means that the fourth part won't see daylight until probably the end of this year. Apologies, citizen.



Reviewer: Yoron Anonymous starstarstarstar [Report This]
Date: 18 Jan 2010 - 09:32 am Title: 6 - Exonerated


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A sweet story about enforced gender assignment, if now such stories can be sweet :) Very well written and, shall we call it civilized? But if I was the guy I would have gone mad:)

But for those dreaming of it, well, a favorite I think? The only issue I have is with the civility. It’s like they all are on tranquilizers, there should have been some more reactions than just acceptance to make it real for me. But other than that, a very cool tale.

Reviewer: marajaqwin Anonymous starstarstarstarstar [Report This]
Date: 17 Jul 2009 - 01:17 am Title: 3 - A terrible shock

Outside of a few typos that was one of the best stories on this site that I have read. 

Reviewer: Jezzi Belle Stewart Anonymous [Report This]
Date: 27 May 2009 - 12:25 pm Title: 4 - Questions and Conspiracies

I'm impressed! Not just your usual TG fiction story, I like  your vision of a future that is a light grey rather than black or white. I would love to see a sequel that not only continues the stories of the characters in this one but also expands our knowledge of this future society and government.  Thank you.


Reviewer: Jezzi Belle Stewart Anonymous [Report This]
Date: 27 May 2009 - 09:58 am Title: 2 - In the Facility

After reading parts 1 & 2

This is a very refreshing story, sort of like 1984 with some hope thrown in. I see God's hand, too, working in what I assume is a godless society. Everything happens for a reason, and perhaps Marlon was intended to end up on E Deck. E Deck with Marlon reminds me of the little plant amid all the junk in Wall-E.

On another note ,your future society certainly seems to treat women VERY differently from the men - and to their benefit - if even with criminals, women get "shepherds" while men get "enforcers".

Congrats and hugs for a superior story so far.


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