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8/29/2011 c1 79mrspencil
Very vivid writing. A fascinating glimpse into the mind of Jack Sparrow, highlighting the terrible price paid by his crew and turning a scene in DMC which was played for comedic effect into something much darker. Well done

Mrs P:-)
8/5/2011 c1 1qwertyuiop678
haha... I liked this, especially the title... How do you do that? Now i want to make one of those posters like "HONORAT WHY YOU SO GOOD AT WRITING FANFICS?"
4/24/2009 c1 17SirenoftheStorm
Very good, and SO very Jack. Just the right mix of whimy, mythology, and despair.
5/21/2007 c1 4Sailoramber
it's me again. as always excellent story. keep up the good work. (BTW any chance of you finishing that crossing the bar peice you were working on? i've been at sea for a year now and you still havn't updated. pout)

any way, as for this peice, i really liked it, and it forced me to wonder, what if Jack really was a god? Bacchus, or even Loki, he fits the profile of the trickster so well. it would be amusing if in the end, the pelegostos were right.

just a random thought.

5/3/2007 c1 31ghilliekitten
Wow ... this was just ... wow! this is goin gon my favorite's list!
1/8/2007 c1 3cornflakesnobowl
very well written! the fic was beautifully conveyed and really captured what one might think about b4 death so harshly. the ending was ace too. bravo!
11/28/2006 c1 4threeheadedmonkey
Very well-written! Poor Jack, he definitely is in a fix...I liked how you put his thoughts into words. Great story!
9/19/2006 c1 1Tiari Clovis
Good, good, good! You have such a way with words and I love how beautifully you get into charater.

I can't wait to read something original from you. You will tell me won't you? when you write it.

He heard the tramp of feet and the creaking of a bound victim swinging from a pole. The sounds brought up in front of his throne. Oh, so they’d decided to let him play the chief one more time before lunch. Give the once and future god a bit of circumscribed dominion and allow him to pass judgment on the sorry wretch’s fate. How . . . charming. I love this last paragraph. That How...charming I love that bit and then he opens his eyes and sees will and hope rises.
8/30/2006 c1 36meowbooks
Chilling,breathtaking, the sort of thing that sends a shiver down your back. The sort of thing that after you have journeyed through the fleeting moments, you can sit back and sigh grateful that you are safe, and amazed at the power words possess to throw you into another's mind or day or time.

8/27/2006 c1 4Moriah Muse
Oh, very well done! I loved the mythological references to other dead/dying/undead gods (Odin being my personal favourite). I also appreciated how you treated the beliefs of the Pelagostos like a real religion instead of a pointless, savage ritual-or both, perhaps. The idea of Jack having visited the village before ("and then they made me their chief") and returning to hoping for refuge ties in perfectly. Excellently written!
8/26/2006 c1 kaput
Hey! I found this on pirategasm over at LJ first, and I commented on it there. I didn't realize it was posted here, too. Nifty. ^_^

I still love this piece. I love its introspective air and the speculation on Jack's "faith" situation. I also rather like the last line, now I look at it again. Jack's belief in the otherworld is fluid, ambiguous to the last. Lovely.

I'm going to put this on my favorites.
8/10/2006 c1 2teacrumb
I always wanted someone to do something about the island of the Pelegostos. Really lovely job. Poor Jack. (lol)
8/8/2006 c1 music nerd
like it. especially the title.
8/5/2006 c1 40ICRepresentative
Haha. Beautifully done! I love it!
7/31/2006 c1 Skystrike26
HAHA. Loved this short fic. You never cease to amaze me with your fantastic ideas. Your mini story...FANTASTIC!
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