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woensdag 7 maart 2012 from Erewhon, Land of Nod
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GreatSage
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Lexi is just adorable, I'd love to read more about her. Funny and fun well done EMW.
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dinsdag 25 oktober 2011 from [not submitted], USA
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Tom B.
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This is my all time favorite Morf's story. I've read it many times and it has never failed to cheer me up. Thank you for writing it.
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zaterdag 10 september 2011 from Signal Hill, US
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Tristra
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I love this story, I have read it a number of times [for me that's saying a lot]
Lexi an dhow she sees things, is just so interesting and new.
If she is a villein at all she would be an anti-villein, I would love to see a sequel to this, maybe catch up to her a year or so later. I want to see how far Kittiebot progresses also.
so many well used dynamic plot peaces.
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zondag 14 maart 2010 from [not submitted], [not submitted]
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Tom
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I'm sorry but I'm no good at long comments. Put simply, I liked this story and hope to see more of Interface as well as more stories from you. Thanks for writing them.
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donderdag 4 februari 2010 from Santa Monica, Your Nighted States
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Me, Myself, and I
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Yeah, a fun and playful romp, as someone else wrote, but it was also very hard for me to read—the constant bullying, the heavy reliance on the Adults Are Useless trope, and the 'Blame The Victim' bit when the victim attempts to defend herself all strike far too close to home [and to Real Life] for me. It was somewhat satisfying at the end when the bullies got hoisted on their own petard, which then blew up in their faces, and surprising that the school administration didn't drag in the bully target [Lexi] for more grief. I was always hoping, though, that the main character would confront the bullies in her power armor and, as the Zulus used to say, stomp their village flat. When the bully ringleader came and apologized afterward, though, instead of threatening more revenge, that just wasn't credible, other than as a way to tie up loose ends and end the story.

A good story, yes, but the dark elements in it smacked my 'buttons' just a bit too hard, recalling just a bit too much of my own life.
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donderdag 4 februari 2010 from Santa Monica, Your Nighted States
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Me, Myself, and I
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From early in Part 1: 'They bonded working on a car so old that it ran off compressed dinosaurs...'

I believe we call that 'petrol,' or 'gasoline' in the US. I suppose you've never seen the [was it Chevron?] advert about a pack of animated dinosaurs who look at the camera cross-eyed, just before they and their backdrop of ferns and cycads disolve into goo and flow into the earth, to be pumped back out some millions of years later. Or, maybe you did see it, after all...
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vrijdag 8 januari 2010 from Portage, MI, USA
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Tom
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this story just made me smile! I love the 'I'm a villain, because the person that hates me says they are a hero' flow. Also I can't wait to see what she does with more powerful processors and her kitty bot code! As a confirmed geek I loved the programming/hardware descriptions in this story.

Keep up the great work!
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tchizek@charter.net
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maandag 12 oktober 2009 from Melbourne, Australia
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James
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You managed lead the readers up the garden path then sprung the results on them. Thanks for you excellant work.
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zondag 28 juni 2009 from Tustion, Michigan, USA
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Ray Drouillard
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Alas, a fine story comes to an end.

I can't wait for the second book. More fun! More kittybots!

It's kind of sad that she had to give up her armor. After all, it is good for more than just supervillainess and vigilante work. If nothing else, it's a great toy.

Can the police really take stuff without a court order? In America, due process must be observed before relieving a citizen of his property. Of course, her parents may have chosen to give it to them.

By the way, she didn't really act as a vigilante. The action at the bank is what is called a citizen's arrest. If she had punished the perps, she would be a vigilante. Since she essentially handed them over to the police, she is a good citizen.

The same goes double for the rescue, of course.
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zondag 28 juni 2009 from [not submitted], usa
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Early June
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Poison is my all time favorite, Salamander is the wonderful tale that led me to your stories. Interface is right up there in front with them. I was turned off when I read the' I didn't want to be a Villain' line. But Once I got past that, I thorougly enjoyed the story. I laughed at the mental image of Tara throwing the stink at our heroes, only to have it returned in kind. I did think it a little inconsistent that the school authorities do not see the bullying and persecution going on underfoot, but then already have the 'goods' on Tara for abtaining the smell potion; but then, totally ignore the battle that had ensued prior to the exposure in the school yard.
Once again, I loved the story. Thank you for sharing it with us.
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April35showers@hotmail.com
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