Comments on 'Taking Stock'

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Sofia Lindström
New! Entered: 2016-01-08
Oh, I really feel for Ingot here! It's painful to grow up and realize there are such injustices in the world - especially when they start affecting you in ways they didn't when you were a child (or you didn't know they were affecting you). I hope things will get better for him in the future! He seems like he has a plan in the works.
Beth K.
New! Entered: 2014-04-07
Oh, so harsh to see this aspect of society, as realistic as it is. I really like Ingot's attitude though, and makes me hope for his future. He seems very perceptive!
Lyn Cavalier
New! Entered: 2012-12-17
Oh the pain of growing up... and realizing where you really stand. What I like about Ingot is that the young troll doesnt' sit around and feel sorry for himself. He goes and finds a way to move ahead. I'm glad that his mother is there to help him.
Holly H.
New! Entered: 2012-12-07
Ingot really comes across here as an insightful young troll -- analyzing the situation, realizing the reason behind the way things are, even beginning to recognize the way it affects his parents. It makes him seem very grown-up. And I like how this gives us a glimpse through him of the ways that troll society is ordered and divided. I'm really interested to see what kind of adult Ingot turns into.
Mareike Heilemann
New! Entered: 2012-08-26
Oh, I love how neutral and calm Ingot is about his discovery - he doesn't get sad about his situation but looks at it calmly and then decides to do something about it with what he has. It shows that the love of his parents prepared him well!
Also, it's really great to see what the life of a commoner troll is like. Their life is so fascinatingly different from the elves!
Peggy B.
New! Entered: 2012-08-22
So cool, I learn so much about the trolls with your stories. They have different live styles, they can be devided into poor and rich!
Ingot is very likeable and in general, you give the trolls personality and depth, which I never granted them.
Whitney Ware
New! Entered: 2012-08-14
This is a fascinating story arch, and I look forward to future installments! The trolls really do live in an entirely different world from the elves, even though they're physically separately by so relatively little...
Melanie D.
New! Entered: 2012-08-10
This is great. I love seeing this family, Chris. I like it how you take them to show us how the live of a commoner troll is like.
Ingot dose have an attitude I like very much. The love and gratefulness for what his parents did and do for him and his will to overcome his limits (might be bias here but he dose remind me on Newt a little in that regard just from a different ankle)
I also like how his mind works and how he dose look at what he can do with what he has!
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