Reviews For Walking with Evil
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Title: Chapter 1 Reviewer: Tahoe Lee Signed

I enjoyed this story very much.

I love the interaction between the Cartwrights.  So real.  So true.

You write suspense and intrigue very well.  The clues were scattered just right until the very end.

The legend told and the heroism is Bonanza at its best. 

I like the emotion too.

This is a story you can't put down.

Very well done.

 



Author's Response:

Thanks so much, Tahoe Lee!

I'm a big fan of suspenseful stories myself.  Thus, I'm happy to hear you found this particular story aligning with that category.  :) 

Emotions do run deep in the Cartwright family - so much so that it's my opinion many fan fic stories can almost write themselves simply because we all know the characters so well.  We know intrinsically what each man would do in a multitude of situations.  Adam would do anything to protect Joe. 

Thank you for reading.  Your feedback is appreciated.  :)          

Date: 02/18/2019 - 05:36 pm [Report This]
Title: Chapter 1 Reviewer: daisy60 Signed

Oh, my! This is scary day or night! Thank goodness White Wolf was there and knew how to destroy the evil being. The ending prooves love for your family can win over evil.



Author's Response:

 

Thank you, Daisy!  I enjoy stories that are filled with suspense - and maybe a moral or two as well.

I also believe in the power of good over evil.  When and where it exists, love is always the most powerful weapon of all.  While White Wolf was an important piece of the puzzle, Adam was the key to success in this one.  (We all knew Adam had it in him.)  :)       

Date: 02/22/2017 - 05:54 pm [Report This]
Title: Chapter 1 Reviewer: Annie K Cowgirl Signed

Note to self: don't read this at night. Oh, right, I already did that. Oops. xD Great story, Sharry, you got me shaking in my boots. Now, if I can only sleep through the night without dreaming about your creature....



Author's Response:

Annie!  Night time is the best time to read this story!  

I did not intend to frighten you too much.  Please sleep well knowing Adam will take care of everything.  The creature has at last met its match.  Sweet dreams.  :)  

 

Date: 02/03/2017 - 09:03 pm [Report This]
Title: Chapter 1 Reviewer: Pt29646 Signed

What a good story! I liked the way you built the suspense. Adam's love & concern for his family gave him the determination to protect them from the creature. Ben's intent to work & then hunt for the bear in spite of his injury was true to canon. His impatience with Adam's concern for him rang true. It's hard to admit you're getting older & can't recover as quickly as you used to, that you're slowing down a bit. Well done!



Author's Response:

 

It's always gratifying to hear from anyone who enjoyed a story.  Thanks Pt!  

Adam's love and concern for his family were foremost in my thinking - good to know you got that from reading the story.  I think we all understand how Adam felt about his family.  It's difficult to know if those types of feelings have been conveyed. As for the creature itself - it evolved over time from my original idea into something different.  It's perhaps debatable if I should have stuck with my original thought.  :)  

I can also empathize with Ben.  I can't do a lot of things nowadays I once could.  My own children always seem to have an eye on me for the same reasons.  Adam would definitely have one eye on his father if he knew there was a need.  

 

 

 

Date: 01/12/2017 - 04:31 am [Report This]
Title: Chapter 1 Reviewer: adamant Signed

Having followed this as a WIP, I skimmed it again to refresh my memory and it was as I thought--a story of uknown terror that seems to invisibly follow a specific Cartwright. Sharry has employed what I call the "Spielberg technique," i.e., showing the devastation wrought by the "creature' long before we see it or even know what it is. This builds up the tension as our imaginations attempt to visualize what could cause such cold-blooded mutilations.

There is also a reference to ancient Indian legends/mythology but as with all myths, there is a kernel of truth in this one.

If you enjoy stories of suspense that leave you feel a bit paranoid like the protagonist, then you will really enjoy this!



Author's Response:

Thank you Adamant - the 'Spielberg technique' sounds right.  I am an admitted fan of suspense.  

There's probably nothing more effective than each individual's imagination and/or paranoia in rounding out the corners of a story.  I'm sure it provides a lot of detail that I would never think of.  I appreciate your input.  :)   






Date: 12/31/2016 - 12:11 pm [Report This]
Title: Chapter 1 Reviewer: Bertha Signed

Quite a tale! Thanks!



Author's Response:

 

Thank you, Bertha.  

It was something that was supposed to be completed much closer to Halloween than Christmas.  That's life - I'm glad to hear you enjoyed it.  :)  

Date: 12/26/2016 - 10:16 pm [Report This]
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