Reviews For Altered Plan
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Reviewer: Elron Signed starstarstarstarstar Report
Date: 01/23/19 12:41 am Title: Altered Plan

I loved the story! And it is more proof that soon Skynet will be taking over.
Please keep writing stories like this.

Reviewer: DarkLuke Signed starstarstarstarstar Report
Date: 07/27/18 04:38 am Title: Altered Plan

Another solid, entertaining story from SwiffSwaff.

This one was cool, I dug it. Most of the science fiction TG stories on this site for some reason don't interest me, but this one did. I'm particularly interested in how vastly different the society of Novearth is going to be in a few generations compared to current day Earth. A single gender society of women who are all pregnant every single day from puberty to menopause would seemingly have very different attitudes towards family, work, monogamy, etc.

Reviewer: DAW Signed starstarstarstarstar Report
Date: 07/10/18 05:49 pm Title: Altered Plan

Always love to see a science-fiction tg yarn. It wasn't quite what I expected, but not bad at all. It felt a little too short, but other than that I enjoyed it.

Have a delightfully demented day,

Daniel A. Wolfe

Reviewer: RandomStranger03 Signed starstarstarstarstar Report
Date: 07/10/18 03:42 am Title: Altered Plan

I really wish this story is a lot longer and have more chapters since the premise and the story-line is too good. This reminds me of Kara Rose's Victim of the Law to an extent. Hope you write sequels to this story.

Reviewer: Trismegistus Shandy Signed starstarstarstarstar Report
Date: 07/09/18 10:26 am Title: Altered Plan

That was a pretty good development of the "space colonists transformed by a mad AI" trope. The automatic continuous pregnancies were an interesting touch. I've seen a couple of earlier versions ("Scrambled Souls" by Julia Manchester, for instance) and written one ("Multiply" in "Walk on the Wild Side: A TG Mixed Tape", which I'm planning to write an expanded version of someday), but this was a worthy addition to the the sub-sub-genre.

Author's Response: Thank you! It seems the Sci-Fi genre isn't really as popular as Magic on this site, which is a bit of a shame. Hopefully my longer Sci-Fi work will pick up more readers, when I finally get a first draft completed. (Don't anyone hold their breath.)

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