4 responses

  1. canIbenamelesscanIcanI
    February 8, 2013

    Okay so I don’t know whether you have watched Sanne’s video about how she already knew John Green too well for her not to read his books without hearing his voice.. yeah.. I heard you while I was reading your story, not all the time though…. but I find it kinda creepy.

    Overall I think this is very good and I really like the last part about the ash and disintegrating part.. love it.
    Don’t listen to me.. you know how I don’t know anything about literature whatsoever. mreow.


  2. Joyce Ong
    February 8, 2013

    Hi there. I’m the one whom your friend gave this link to.

    First of all, I have to say I like your way of writing. I enjoy reading this story for it seems to be expressed in a realistic way and sounds real to me. The descriptions of how they met, how their parents’ reacted and how they dealt with their feelings are what people would likely experience in real life, and believable.

    Nice story!


  3. abracadabra
    February 9, 2013

    I think you pick a bold choice of theme that’s uncommon in our country (though maybe not outside) ;] It shows how opened your view is, considering your age and home country.
    I can feel the guilt that Carrie felt. It must be hard for her, Jet, and especially their parents. Jet rushed everything, in my mind maybe they could end up together if they waited until they become more independent, keep their relationship secret until the right time comes.
    Well, too bad they didn’t end up together. Hohoho. Make a bio bro!


  4. Lee Wind
    February 26, 2013

    Wow – very evocative with strong characters! Nicely done!


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