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Review by Lari Nibin
Rated: 13+ | (5.0)
How do I report somebody who has plagiarized another person's writing, on or off this website? Can such a thing be done?
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Review of Closer  
Review by Lari Nibin
Rated: 13+ | (5.0)
Rarely does anyone, not just myself, see a story on brotherly and sisterly love so beautifully written and leave the reader with a warm feeling in their hearts. The complex character portraits of Blake and Heather are clearly illustrated through the alternating perspectives, allowing us to truly see what makes them tick. The addition of Laylie added even more tenderness, especially at the end where the feeling of warmth replaced the previously bittersweet one. On the whole, everything shows that despite the unfortunate events that are bound to affect us all, life will still find a way. This has to be the best story I have ever read on this site, bar none.
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Review by Lari Nibin
Rated: E | (4.5)
This poem makes me ask myself this one question: how did humanity come to this? *Frown* But all that should matter is those families keeping those girls alive in their hearts. I mean, without your loved ones or your memories of them, where are you? This is an unnerving poem, but in a positive way.
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Review of Hyphens  
Review by Lari Nibin
Rated: 13+ | (4.0)
I'll be honest; I've never heard of this. I have never heard of hyphens affecting relationships in a negative way, let alone destroy a marriage. Of course, most people that I know come from divorced families and neither of them had hyphenated names. I found this rather informative and hopefully, a boon to any who've read this.
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Review by Lari Nibin
Rated: ASR | (5.0)
This is a rather amazing story, Waldorf. It taught me two things as I read it. Firstly, it taught me the true meaning of the proverb "Be careful what you wish for, you just might get it". I felt my own heart freeze when you described Chris being being paralyzed by the car. It was a good thing he had a friend in high places, minus the friend part. And two, even though there are parts of life we don't want to suffer from, be it a stiff teacher or being grounded, we all have to deal with them. Of course, we don't have to like it. *Smile*

It's a pity I didn't read this on October 31st. It would've been more profound to me. Nah, I loved this little tale. Thank you for sharing it.
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Review of To See a Death  
Review by Lari Nibin
Rated: 13+ | (1.0)
I really don't understand what this has to do with death or anything like that. I'd urge you to keep on writing, but first I think you should keep on improving. I'm sure you'll do better in the future.

With all due respect,
Daniel Wickie
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Review of Manipulation  
Review by Lari Nibin
Rated: E | (4.5)
Wow. For a minute there, I thought the poem was about some sleazy guy or something. Then the ending told me otherwise and I couldn't help but smile. Good poem, Cherry. Keep it up.
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