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Aaanyway, you might want to read these three brief reviews before you aren’t around anymore.
Not sure how I feel about this one. It is well-written, and I’ve enjoyed horror stories by this author before. This one just seemed to lack the spark that made Fleeting Light so good. I think i’ll classify this one as ‘good, but not my thing’ and move on. Not sure how pony it was either. Don’t really get a sense of anything Equestria-related and Twilight Sparkle could have been swapped out for just about any character in any setting.
This was a really good story. Not a lot of pony in it, but very good. Lots of good worldbuilding. This would be nearly perfect as a original fantasy story. Maybe even expanding on the history a bit. What we get is a wonderful tale with many levels to it. I do wish that Princess Celestia or Princess Luna had shown up at some point. And the ending raises even more questions about what happens to the people between this story and the events of the show. Highly recommended.
This was nice. Somewhat sweet, a bit awkward in places. I liked it better than Emoticon, but not quite as much as the other short stories in this AU. Not a good place to start this particular series. Has a interesting little bit about Hearth Warming’s Eve and making Cutie Mark cookies to give as a holiday tradition.