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Reviewer: Undersquid Signed [Report This]
Date: December 30 2017 6:19 PM Title: Castaway: 1

I remember reading this for the first time, how heartbreaking it felt, how impossible it seemed for anyone with any sense to abandon their tiny man. Not when he's loyal, dedicated, honest, and loving as this little character seemed to be. There had to be more to the story, I thought back then. I couldn't stand not knowing what would happen next. This is one of my favorite series by you.

Author's Response:

It's a big, wide world with endless possibilities: if it can happen that tiny people can be fabricated, born, or inducted through portals from another world, there's the nonzero chance that a giantess could abandon her little pet. People are horrible.

Reviewer: Nostory Signed [Report This]
Date: November 30 2017 10:01 PM Title: Castaway: 1

Now this is good writing!

Author's Response:

Awesome, glad you liked it! Thanks for speaking up!

Reviewer: Nodqfan Signed [Report This]
Date: January 26 2017 7:26 AM Title: Castaway: 1

I am a gentle fan and this was a delightful story to read. The level of detail in the scenes with the characters was amazing as was the character development with the tiny guy and the women taking care of him.

The only question I have is why did his previous giantess leave him?

Author's Response:

I'm glad you enjoyed this! At first it was an emotional reaction when I lost my own giantess, but then it evolved into its own story.

And that's a good question. The answer is... we may never know. I have my own half-formed ideas. Another giantess promoted several good guesses—you can find them in the comments on my blog—but then she abandoned me too.

Starting to think I'm genetically giantess-repellant.

Reviewer: versusterminus7 Signed starstarstarstarstar [Report This]
Date: January 25 2017 9:54 PM Title: Castaway: 4

It's pretty refreshing to read things like this. So much of the stuff on this site is pigeonholed to a policy or procedure, and it doesn't leave room for deviation. This, though- a glass of cold water after a long slog. This is the kind of stuff I think of when I ask myself, 'why do I like gentle content so much?' Excellent stuff, Aborigen. Thank you for sharing.

Author's Response:

That's awesome, thank you. I'm glad to hear that, and I feel the same way: sometimes I just want to explore the world of a tiny person, rather than zooming in on someone's butthole or scrambling relentlessly to escape boot soles.

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