Date: February 17 2014 11:06 PM Title: Afterword
This story needs a 50th review, and I will humbly accept the honor of giving it.
You created something quite special here my friend. I remember before I signed up for this site, I would often check in to see if this story was updated.
Adela is by far one of the most effective giantesses I've seen in a while. She's manipulative, brutal, and uncaring at times; however, she also legitimately cares for the main character and wants to spend time with him. This made her much more realistic, and appealing as a character.
Definetely worth every view. Good job scrymgeour.
Appreciate it. I began this story with one aim: to devote space, at least one chapter, to each and every kink. That didn't last long (stories sometimes take on a life of their own).
I do like this story, especially after Chapter 13, where it really kicks off. I'll just have to trust the readers on this one.
Date: November 27 2012 11:37 PM Title: Chapter 20
If u do move on to a new story may I request u do one with the main character as a shrunken girl? It just I don't read about it as much and its my favorite type of story. Whatever u do im here to support u. Cant wait for to see wht the hell Adela has gotten them into lol.
A shrunken girl? Of course. I've seen a number of those stories, but fewer in the first person than third.
Adela's a downright inconvertible hedonist, but she'll do right in the long run.
Thanks for the review.
Date: November 27 2012 11:33 PM Title: Chapter 20
Fuck something else! plz excuse my language. I love these characters, u could write a sequel to this with Adela and Martin. srry this story was good and I feel like I could of got more from Adela and Martin's new interest in each other.
Possibly I will. Or a prequel with Holly and her husband.
I have to be honest, the more I write the larger and more detailed this world seems to become. (It's fascinating, but also--at least for me--a little frustrating, because I really want to get started on other stories, too. And, at this point, I can really see this going on for twenty more chapters.)
Date: November 27 2012 9:55 PM Title: Chapter 20
You can't just throw this curveball out there and kill the story...I should have you thrown in jail sir!
But then again I wouldn't get to read how one of my favorite stories of the year or possibly all time ends...you win this round good sir.
Not to worry: I'll leave a few interesting loose ends, for any potential sequel -- but I'm -not- going to be one of those authors who ends his/her story two inches off the edge of a cliff. Especially a story like this. :)
Thanks again for the review. Should be a short wait before the epilogue.
Date: November 06 2012 12:33 AM Title: Chapter 19
God speed good sir if you are in the Northeast.
As for the story this was the show down i was waiting for. Not sure what will become of Meri but I shall waited paitentily until you finish this classic up.
Appreciated as always.
Date: October 27 2012 1:23 PM Title: Chapter 17
The shit has hit the fan it would seem.
Well I've ridden it out this far thus there is no turning back now. Lead on good sir, lead on.
The crisis had to come at some point (but I did want to surprise the reader a little). I hate stories that go on forever and then end with something to the effect of "and the two of them lived happily together like this, for a long time, in sort of the same way." (Still, when this story ends, it'll leave a lot of room for a sequel.)
Thanks for the review.
Date: October 26 2012 8:36 PM Title: Chapter 17
I don't have much to say right now, only that I am very very anxious for the last chapters.
Thanks for the review.
I have about three left (20 is a good, round number, and then there's an epilogue). Should have time to write them out in the next few days.
Date: October 25 2012 11:42 PM Title: Chapter 2
You write as if you have written many stories, maybe even a novel or two. Excellent work!
Thanks (you have three echo reviews here, by the way). I have a presence on a number of blogging sites, but these are the first stories I've written.
Although many stories on this site look a gorilla attacking the keyboard with a spoon, some are pretty good. Most of the best stories on this site, for some reason, feature white middle class young people in some British or American suburb, or have some science fiction element added in. But no one had written that one story I --really-- wanted to read.
Date: October 25 2012 3:34 PM Title: Chapter 16
Adela is just one of the girls/characters who seem horrible but you just have to love them.
Holly may be in for the fight of her life.
Yeah. I wonder what other people think of her. To me, every time she leaves the house it's like watching a huntress set out into the jungle, or something.
But personally, I like her too. Though I think she has one major flaw; she's sees love, etc., as something that's fundamentally absurd--at a basic level, she can't take things she thinks of as absurd and look at them in a serious way. This helps the story in some ways (but I won't go into that).
Also, I don't want her to fit into those sadistic/gentle or cruel/playful categories. (Most people are neither fully sadistic, gentle, cruel, or playful anyway--and I can't take writers seriously who think about their characters like that.)
Thanks for the review. I want to get this story done before November, and start something that really appeals to me.
Date: October 20 2012 6:52 PM Title: Chapter 15
I don't know, there is something in Adela that makes me want to doubt her actions. Since she said that everything was just a game. It's easy for someone to sacrifice some pawns (or realize some of Martin's requests and try to befriend him) in order to achieve something greater in future. Holly and Adela don't appear to be very close, she doesn't even call her 'mother', at leat not too much from what I noticed. Martin certainly has a very strong willed mind, maybe is something both Holly and Adela desires a lot at the moment. It's so easy for most men or women to fall in temptation, with Holly/Adele's power this temptation looks so absurdly greater that is enough to make them even desire to lose humanity and live only to these carnal feelings (I can think of many people from ours giantess community). Others that don't apply to these feelings, certainly would lose their mind to fear, chaos and despair. I can think that only a very few people that would try to adapt and live this new life as best, happy and healthy as they could. I can't help but to picture Martin being a very valuable piece in their game and both of them are somehow fighting for him.
I like this. Don't want to give anything away, but Adela and Holly do not have a very close relationship, and there is some considerable, unspoken from Adela's side re. what Holly did to her husband (Adela's father).
Thanks for the review, LJin.
Date: October 20 2012 6:06 PM Title: Chapter 15
Adela has now blossomed from misunderstood psycho to warm hearted goddess...
Martin is a lucky man...a potentially dangerously close to the fire...but lucky man.
Agreed, in part. It's taken me fifteen chapters to show why this story is titled "Adela" and not "Holly." But I'm there.
Thanks for the review, AdamX.
Date: October 17 2012 3:41 PM Title: Chapter 14
a new twist or turn with every chapter
but poor richard.... abandioned in that cold dark lonely theater lol
Richard's story, and his history, turned out to be--unexpectedly--kind of comic.
Thanks again for the review. (I also hold out hope that you'll eventually post some of your old, or new, stories on here.)