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#10842 The CO Cabin
An Intriguing futuristic story, well told.
This is a mildly sf narrative that very smoothly and clearly incorporates bizarre concepts - implanted field organs - without needing to incorporate lengthy exposition.<br>I was not entirely convinced of the male protagonist's motives, but was carried along by the sheer force of the narrative (maybe it has field organs too!).<br>Interesting comments on clothes and power - I had somewhat similar thoughts myself, when I visited the local nude beach. <br>My only suggestion - needs some blood to round off the tale.
20th Jan 2015 8:46am
An unusual elf.
It is rare to find a story about elves were they display such blantant human lust. Elves are usual much more poetic and coy bout such things.<br>
8th Oct 2014 8:53am
#10805 LAMENTATION
Right to life.
Hi Beverly, actually that part of the country is very little like it was when created. Neither the prey nor the predators are native to the area. I know how you love it because I feel the same way about Alaska. That being said, I would like us to pay a bit more attention to the native flora and fauna. Itâ??s hard to find a California poppy anymore let alone any native animals. Must everything else become extinct to satisfy our needs? Or, should I say wants? Respectfully.
21st Jun 2014 7:04am
#10804 LAMENTATION
Anti woulf
I live in an area of Idaho where wolves are an apex preditor and kill for sport and food. If they only killed what they ate that would be one thing but they do not. Horses have been attacked and ripped apart and sheep, many out of a flock, killed and left lay. I can see that it is easy to be sentimental about them and think that they have a place on this earth just not the area I live in. The wolves that have been reintroduced are not the same wolves we used to have here. They are much larger and more vicious. I would love to see Canada take them all home. This is a nice story and well written I just see it from another perspective.
21st Jun 2014 1:27am
#10767 LAMENTATION
Passionate
writing, which inspires thoughts that linger
23rd Jan 2014 5:27pm
#10765 LAMENTATION
hunted
written from the perspective of a hunted animal - i found this short story very convincing and sad - nice work Karen
21st Jan 2014 6:57am
Grim sentence
A grim sentence from a jealous boyfriend, written with words torn out of the pages of life.
12th Dec 2013 8:37pm
Good lead-in
Interesting characters and a plot that kept me reading. I would love to see the same story in a current setting as an exercise. I think you would learn a lot about your story that way. Ignore me if it's of no interest to you. Grin. Karen MacEanruig.<br>
9th Dec 2013 1:22pm

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