Rafellin: This underwater adventure allows the readers to picture the beings encountered in it by using their imaginations. The ending provides a touch of hope that people can sometimes act wisely.
Astro Pen: The matter-of-fact tone of this apocalyptic tale makes its extraordinary events seem as real as today's headlines. The reversal of the normal perception of human activities makes the reader ponder the justice of self-defense.
Christine Wheelwright: With tongue firmly in cheek, the author makes use of popular culture to present an example of the worm turning. Who among us cannot relate, and wish for such retribution?
Cat's Cradle: This surreal horror story can be interpreted as a delusion of the narrator. Even so, the poignancy of the narrator's situation carries a powerful emotional impact.
Aknot: In this mythic vision we find a poetic meditation upon time and divinity. If the nature of the deity remains enigmatic, that is only appropriate for something beyond human ken.
redzwritez: The author pays tribute to a great work of literature in this intriguing tale of a dysfunctional family and a remarkable creation. Careful reading is necessary to unravel all its mysteries.
Swank: A truly original science fiction concept lies at the heart of this imaginative story. With great skill, the author allows the reader to feel empathy for one who is no longer completely human.
Jo Zebedee: An intimate portrait of the narrator's thoughts and emotions can be found in this tale of cruelty and kindness. With a gentle touch, the author relates the power of innocence over cynicism.
Guttersnipe: This provocative fable of faith and doubt raises many questions in the mind of the reader. Not the least of these is how one should interpret its meaning, adding great depth to the work.