Date: June 14 2019 9:35 AM Title: (deleted)
This was an interesting one. A really great one shot with some interesting themes and interactions between characters. I never wrote a review for it but I really enjoyed reading this story when it came out. The build up of interactions between Penelope and Kara, the way Kara just kind of reacts to threats, not really out of hostility was new and fresh in a way you don't see very often with these types of stories. I also really enjoyed the setup of a shipwreck because usually it's only the characters that survive the wreck that you have to deal with and you used them expertly. Great story, hope to see more like it in the future.
Date: November 05 2017 12:17 AM Title: (deleted)
Dude loving the story so far!! Your descriptions and train of thought are done really well, and I rather enjoy the budding friendship with Kara and Penelope, crossing my fingers it becomes something more! If not, oh well. I rather enjoy a solid story with giantess content than a porn read with generic writing, so you’re doing awesome :) can’t wait to read more!
Date: November 03 2017 11:52 PM Title: (deleted)
The captain didn't really feel like an "evil" character so much a mysoginist but he didn't try to just kill the people he didn't like outright, he had a somewhat noble goal he wanted to accomplish and the world was against him. It kinda felt like he was just designated the villian by the story to give a "final boss" to it so that it could end with his death. I also felt like the most interesting part of the story, the bonding between Penny and Kara was glossed over with a timeskip. All of a sudden they reappear in the story and they're best pals...Anyway overall it was a good read, those^ were just my nitpicks.
This story is based off an idea for a much longer story I had months ago. Originally it was almost exclusively Penny and Kara. But I don't do long stories anymore, hence the timeskip. Smith was supposed to be a pretty dickish character, and I don't really see how killing native inhabitants and colonizing a land is noble. But if that's how he came off then it's my fault as a author for not making it clearer.