Date: 04 Aug 2009 12:19 am Title: Definition: Gianna
Sorry I didn't add that I do think you are a great writer even though I didn't think you added the stuff I wanted (and gave you a low rating). There is no rating on this one because I gave my rating on the other review. I did add you to my fav. authors.
Date: 04 Aug 2009 12:17 am Title: Definition: Gianna
I wish you would have gone into how she reacted when she found out that she would be employed by vampires, fast forward to when she deals with Alice, Edward and Bella. Finally, adding her death when the Volturi leave to take out the Cullens.
Date: 18 Jul 2008 8:17 pm Title: Definition: Gianna
You know- I never really considered Gianna's motivations. Which is rather odd, because I have a tendency to look at all aspects of a person before making my judgements. I don't like labeling characters as "bad" or "good", because there is so much more than that label can give them. Or I try not to judge, anyway- I don't always succeed. *guilty blush* But enough about what I read into it- more about the actual story.
This was both saddening and thought-provoking. Saddening, because Gianna's motivations are not necessarily bad. But they will cost her her life. I have no doubt that the Volturi will kill her, not change her. Thought-provoking because you have brought to light things in Gianna's personality that we couldn't see. Fantastic job- brilliantly written and beautifully executed.
Author's Response: Thank you for reviewing! It's wonderful to hear that this simple story has made you consider a character in a new light. It really means a lot to me.