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11/19/2017 c1 65An Author's Pen
I really like this. Every sentence is perfectly crafted - I especially like the phrasing "But Diana, born of the gods, will never again face an enemy commensurate with her own gifts." In a few words and with a simple, but powerful metaphor you explicate Diana's horror at facing war, not as an enemy to be defeated, but as an inextricable part of human nature. The gas metaphor really captures her sense both of the futility of combating evil and the seeming inevitability of evil's spread.
7/16/2017 c1 WW fan
The comparison of evil and poison gas is really descriptive. Good job!

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