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Reviews for Avalanche
|He has to have the last word, ghost or not.|
Indeed. The story is about reverting to type.
|*sigh* back as if nothing had happened at all, not to develop onwards, not to learn from a possible close call... much more comfortable and a feeling of secureness and identity... human nature--keenly touching light shed on what people will say and then do...! |
Thanks. It was a cynical slice of life.
|Love this little snapshot. Interesting how they went back to their old habits once they escaped from the snow cave. Nice job. :)|
Yes, a slice of life. Thanks
|Wow, that ghost is as snarky in death as in life. That's quite a story about the changes people claim they want to make to their lives.|
At least the ghost has the redeeming quality of downhill skiing. It was intended as a slice-of-life about people in extreme conditions. It's cynical, but it applies to the author too.
|It seems they forgot their resolutions quite quickly. *sigh* Human nature! (You point out there is a ghost but as you said he is an outcaster)|
Thanks. Yes, this is a cynical little tale. I intended it to be easy to guess the identity of the ghost.
|Well, that's one way to come to terms with each other's faults! :)|
In the end, they seem to have come to terms with their own.
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