Reviews For The Mother
Reviewer: srhittson
Date: 09/20/13 11:41
Chapter: The Mother

Creepy mother but good story

Reviewer: fiesty
Date: 03/16/12 3:18
Chapter: The Mother

The narrator kept referring to Harry as "it" in your story, which is not typical of a woman like that. She is more likely to refer to the baby as "him" instead. Other from that. it is an interesting idea.

Reviewer: Kateysue
Date: 02/07/12 5:46
Chapter: The Mother

I really like this story as-is. I would definitly follow a longer AU, but the way it's written is almost poetry.

Reviewer: Trucker
Date: 01/26/12 4:56
Chapter: The Mother

I'm of the other opinion. I love the way you left things hanging, questions unanswered, much like the Twilight Zone did to good effect. This piece sounded very much like a Rod Serling script to me.

Reviewer: armagod679
Date: 01/26/12 0:06
Chapter: The Mother

This is an excellently written "what if?" story. I think it would be interesting if you did a chaptered piece following "Andrew" in this new situation.

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