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"Tommyknockers Tommyknockers knocking at my door…" Reviews/Comments [ 14 ]
 Reviewed By: mamosere  On: May 14, 2012 09:12 EDT
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Enjoyment Factor: 10 of 10
Overall Rating: 10 of 10
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Love the story it's great to read. It keeps me guessing what actually happen to Inuyasha and the other two youkai that's with them. You are also good in writing mystery with a touch of creepiness in it. I enjoyed reading this till the end. Thank you for sharing such a brilliant story.
 Reviewed By: cougiecat1  On: September 03, 2011 23:13 EDT
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Overall Rating: 10 of 10
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What King Baka said. This story is officially my favorite.
 Reviewed By: jaimed1968 [MediaMiner Member]  On: January 13, 2011 15:10 EST
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Congratulations! Your fiction has won an award from the Feudal Association for the December 2010 term! Founded in 2005 by author/artist, Dark Avenger, the Feudal Association consists of writers, artists, and enthusiasts of the InuYasha fandom. But aside from that, we are also proud to say that we are an awards guild that recognizes fan-fiction and artwork. Several times a year we nominate, vote, and hand out honors to some of the best creations in the fandom. Our Yahoo Group, where the nominating and voting occurs, can be found here: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/FeudalAssociation/ Our website is located here: http://feudal.animara.org/ This terms' fiction winners list can be found here: http://feudal-association.deviantart.com/blog/37672581/ Links to all of the awards, past or present, can be found here: http://feudal.animara.org/ Please pick up "site only" awards here: http://feudal.animara.org/pickup_site.php First place awards will be on permanent display here: http://feudal.animara.org/gallery.php Congratulations and feel free to join and/or help us spread the word about our group! ~The Feudal Association
 Reviewed By: jaimed1968 [MediaMiner Member]  On: December 19, 2010 09:13 EST
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This piece has been nominated at the Feudal Association! Founded in 2005 by author/artist, Dark Avenger, the Feudal Association consists of writers, artists, and enthusiasts of the InuYasha fandom. But aside from that, we are also proud to say that we are an awards guild that recognizes fan-fiction and artwork. Several times a year we nominate, vote, and hand out honors to some of the best creations in the fandom. Our official website can be found here: http://feudal.animara.org/ The current nominations pages are here: http://feudal.animara.org/nominated.php?type=Fanfiction (Fiction) http://feudal.animara.org/nominated.php?type=Fanart (Fanart) Check them out to see what you were nominated for! Our Yahoo Group, where the nominations and voting occurs, can be found here: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/FeudalAssociation/ **Please note that FA membership is closed during voting. Congratulations and feel free to join and/or help us spread the word about our group! ~ The Feudal Association **Please Note: You may receive this notice more than once if you've been nominated for several awards. They will appear as reviews on your nominated works.
 Reviewed By: ananova [MediaMiner Member]  On: May 08, 2010 21:53 EDT
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Overall Rating: 10 of 10
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Another great one. I'm glad that everything managed to turn out good in the end. But I have a feeling that the next time they come across a village that so openly welcomes Inuyasha he will be insisting that they leave immediately, and I doubt the others would put up too much of a fight.
 Reviewed By: RosieB [MediaMiner Member]  On: February 23, 2010 18:35 EST
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Congratulations! Your story has been nominated by the Inuyasha FanGuild for Best Canon for the Fourth Quarter of 2009. If you would like to track the progress of your story through the voting process, or simply find out more about the IYFG and perhaps join the group yourself, you can find everything you need to know on our website: www.inuyashafanguild.com (Inuyasha Fan Guild dot com) If you have any other questions, don't hesitate to contact our moderators at IYFGModerator@gmail.com (IYFG Moderator at g mail dot com). Congratulations again! -- RosieB
 Reviewed By: Ai Kisugi [MediaMiner Member]  On: November 25, 2009 02:04 EST
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Thanks SplendentGoddess. Sorry for taking so long to read this, I was preoccupied with HMG. And Miroku had a wardrobe malfunction! ^_^ Ohh too funny! Well, that was a good, little, scary story that had me on pins and needles until the end. I don't read Stephen King (my overactive imagination gives me too many nightmares), so I had no idea how this was going to end. I did enjoy the few brief interactions with Inu/Kags and loved the hug he got from Kags at the end. And oh, I think you misunderstood me. I love Inu/Kag romance. But when that's all there is to a story, then it's not as satisfying. Romance, action, adventure, mystery, comedy, horror... the more components you have the better. (Of course comedy and horror at the same time would make for strange bedfellows.) So romance is good, I just like it coupled with something else. Oh and lovely lime and lemons make it even better! IMHO... ;-) Keep writing!
 Reviewed By: Come Hither [MediaMiner Member]  On: November 14, 2009 18:30 EST
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I finally read it! Glad I did, too. Very nice take on Mr. King's orig. Jeez, it's been years since I read The Tommyknockers. Great story that one. I really liked your adaptation. How you managed to pull all that build up and tension in a oneshot, I'll never know -- go you!
 Reviewed By: Darkil [MediaMiner Member]  On: November 02, 2009 18:23 EST
Rating(s):
Style of Writing: 10 of 10
Originality/Creativity: 10 of 10
Enjoyment Factor: 10 of 10
Overall Rating: 10 of 10
Comment/Review:
The only mistake I remember is that you say bag back instead of back pack, but that could be just cause you didnt no the right way to say it... I called it a back back for years. Anyway, I've never read the book but you made it so I want to now. Great way of doing it, I felt like I was isolated right along with her if that didnt sound to much like an oximoron. But yeah, that was great for Halloween, looking forward to your next work.
 Reviewed By: unistar [MediaMiner Member]  On: November 02, 2009 00:20 EST
Rating(s):
Enjoyment Factor: 10 of 10
Overall Rating: 10 of 10
Comment/Review:
wonderful story... interesting one... really liked it... good job... great work!
 Reviewed By: doggieearlover [MediaMiner Member]  On: November 01, 2009 23:04 EST
Comment/Review:
LOL! You managed to pick the very first Stephen King novel I ever read... I wondered how you would handle the aliens and a space ship and it worked quiet well to exchange them for youkai and a cave. I guess the monk should have put the warning somewhere a little more noticible, though considering how few people could actually read in that era, it may have made no difference. Anyway, I enjoyed it very much - it figures things were kicked up a notch when InuYasha showed up and was captured - but at least Kagome was able to keep her wits about her and save everyone else for a change. And in the end InuYasha got to use his sword which always makes him happy. Anyway, a fun take on the Tommyknockers - though I'll probably be seeing green everywhere now.
 Reviewed By: little_white_kitsune [MediaMiner Member]  On: November 01, 2009 13:04 EST
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That was completely amazing, as usual! xD You really had me stressing out right alongside Kagome, and I did feel that hint of creepiness. When everyone started randomly dissapearing like that. o_o *shudders* I love it when Kagome has to fight battles (so to speak) on her own, though. It really lets all her strengths shine through, when she's not stuck being the damsel in distress of the group. I swear, sometimes Takahashi goes overboard with that... Oh, and that battle scene? Epic. I could see everything play out in my head as though it were happening in front of my eyes. (Well... without being terrified for my life LOL!) I must say, it is a Halloween for the ages down here! Fog so thick I can't see a thing but the muffled light of street lamps and Jack-O-Lanterns! The perfect atmosphere for a Splendent holiday classic! 8D
 Reviewed By: King Baka [MediaMiner Member]  On: November 01, 2009 11:18 EST
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(Note: people who haven't yet read the story shouldn't read this review - it contains spoilers) Should I be ashamed to admit that I had to go read the Wikipedia page on the Stephen King book to get the reference? Ah, well, I didn't have the patience to go read a whole book before I read your story. Oh…you just had to bring Kagome's insecurities about Kikyou into this, didn't you? It was a nice touch; a reader really feels the character's uncertainty when so many different scenarios are getting tossed around in her head. I'm typing this in Word as I read, and I think I have a pretty good idea of what's going on here. With Sango feeling the effects first, and Miroku only slightly at this point, and Kagome not feeling them at all. It must be related to spiritual energy somehow? That would also help explain why all three members of the Inu-tachi with youkai blood vanished. Still have no idea where they are though. Hmm…after seeing Miroku's mental struggles after dinner, maybe whatever power is trying to "trickle" into their minds attacks based on the level of suspicion of the visitor. Sango was the most wary of the humans. Combined somehow with youki and spiritual energy? And yet, even though this mystery is killing me, I'm still chuckling periodically at the little quips and jokes placed here and there. Sengoku Jidai reality shows… You better give up on persuasion Kagome, 'cause it ain't gonna work. Allow them to persuade you, and it's all over. Depression isn't good either, I imagine. Love the wild dog and puppy analogies, by the way. Kagome talking to herself in Sango's voice was very funny. Oh, poor Kagome; I don't blame her for being a nervous wreck. This is reminding me of the zombie episode of Samurai Champloo, where Fuu gets increasingly paranoid and Mugen and Jin end up appearing like zombies to her. Ooh, another wrinkle: jewel shards = "zombie" power boost. Or maybe not. I bet the new power source is Kagome's three youkai friends! (…) Yes, I was right! And yes, it was spiritual power that made the difference for Miroku! *dances mental jig* I see where you're going with this, you evil woman. The villagers want Kagome to "become" so she can shoot Inuyasha with an arrow! EVIL! And Sango's going to be the one to kill her? EVIL! I'm guessing the jewel shards are the reason Kagome hasn't succumbed yet? Using any emotion like love or her concern for Inuyasha would be tough because Sango and Miroku care for him and each other in the same way. (…) Ok, I'm at the end now. Killer battle scene! I was happy to see that I was able to parse out some of the mystery, but some of it was still a surprise to me. Responding to your A/N, I noticed only a handful of errors, and none of them glaring. As you see, I really got into this story. I do love a good mystery. This is probably the most scatter-brained review I've ever written, but I thought it might be cool to see exactly what was going through my head at various times? Anyway, I got more pure enjoyment out of this fic than I have in ages. Thank you for the incredible read; I can see you put a lot of time and effort into it. Feel free to write more like it anytime! I now officially crown you the unchallenged Queen of Halloween Fanfiction! *bows in supplication*
 Reviewed By: xxxshikonxxx [MediaMiner Member]  On: November 01, 2009 08:48 EST
Comment/Review:
First review! Loved the story, it held me on the edge until the end.

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