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Written by Kelley B
(1/23/2006 9:45 a.m.)
in consequence of the missive, Henry would be proud., penned by Mandy N
I had to get used to the way the dialogue is written. I guess I'm used to guiding punctuation such as "" and indentations, etc. The way everything ran together in one paragraph/sentence made it difficult for me to understand who was speaking for the first few pages. But then I got used to it and all was well.
And I think you're right about Diego and Jacquez - their role seemed to be more comic relief than anything else. It was funny to read about Manfred being so flustered because they kept talking over each other. My thoughts kept wandering to Isabella - wondering if she was on her way down the tunnel or if she was silly and stayed by the hatch, waiting for the peasant (did they give us his name? I can't remember).
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