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Gatchaman Fiction Archive :: Transmute!
Reviews For Mother's Day
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Reviewer: Clouddancer Signed [Report This]
Date: 05/06/2010 9:12 PM Title: Chapter 1

You have written a very touching reflection here from Ken's POV here.  I love how you got into Ken's head and also how he is thinking of Jun as a mother, hopefully the mother of HIS children.  ;)

 

Does this story go with your Mother's Day picture?



Author's Response: Thanks!  In fact, I find it more easy to speak Ken's mind than that of the others ... I think it's because our characters match in some way or another!  As to my Mother's Day picture, yes ... this story does go with it!  To tell the truth, I had already started sketching the picture for the occasion of Mother's Day before I've written this ficlet, which had been roaming in my mind for some time.  A chance to write it up for a competition at Gatchamania then triggered me to do so!  My previous plan had been that of incorporating it in a longer fic but, due to lack of time and to the given occasion of writing it as a short story in itself, I decided to share it as it is.

Reviewer: TransmuteJun Signed starstarstarstarstar [Report This]
Date: 05/06/2010 2:43 PM Title: Chapter 1

This is such a sad and poignant insight into Ken's thought. I love the way you have exposed and explained his grief, in a way that is touching and approachable, and not overly gushy.

You really know how to get into the Eagle's head! 



Author's Response: Thanks a lot!  I do admit to have shared some of my own feelings, related to the subject, too when writing it!  What can I say ... Eagle minds think alike! 

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