When Twilight Sparkle slipped beneath the covers last night, everything had been fine. She had friends whom she loved, a teacher she adored, and a bright future ahead of her. But when she woke up, her blankets and quilts had been replaced by hospital gowns and padded restraints.
Everything is wrong and nothing makes sense; even her friends have changed. The doctors, they keep telling her that she is sick, that none of it was real and that it was all in her head. They’re lying.
She remembers a life far beyond the hospital walls. She couldn't have made it all up on her own. They must be lying… right?
MyLittlePwny: The imagery in this is excruciatingly perfect. I actually had to get up and stretch my legs when you were defining the restraints and small room.
The desert brony: Your story is powerful enough to pull me away from the studying i'm supposed to be doing, I have no regrets.
Graviton: This. Is. Awesome. Take my favorite and like, and use them as motivation to do MOAR.
Radiant Dawn: You know, I normally don't read this kind of story...but damn, you caught me with this one. It's well written, and has caught me hook, line, and sinker.
Irongalley: How to say this... This story is... Um... Awesome? I don't think it does it justice... Oh well, it is awesome will have to do for now.
TypewriterError: LOVE LOVE LOVE This concept! Can't wait for the next chapter
Rennoc215: I don't know what it is you've done to me, Demon, but Something in your writing evoked a strong response. Halfway through, and I was sweating like a horse. I was falling from one word to the next, no hope of ever standing again. My my, my dear author. There really is a time and place for everything.
the parasprite: fuck i love these kinds of stories
117dragon: I'm loving this, and I think you've done an excelent job of bluring the lines between whats reality and what's not. The massive amounts of theories in these comments prove this. Well done sir, I'm looking foward to more.
GaruuSpike: Oh my god, those 7k words just FLEW by. ._. I was so absorbed by the level of detail and excellent showing. I'm on the edge of my seat right now.
OkemosBrony: As a general rule of thumb, any story that makes you cry at any point, through comedy, sadness, joy, or anger, is definitely outstanding. This story has brought me to tears quite a few times.
Blue Print: Utterly gripping, and also quite sensitive to the nature of the material. I would be incredibly impressed if you managed to follow this masterwork of a chapter in kind. Please continue.
SonicRainboomGirl: As a post mental patient, I applaud this story.
Axan Zenith: Oh my goodness. Simply wonderful. Please keep writing this.
BronyDJ: Loving this so far. I like this kind of concept, one's life was only in their head. WRITE ON, DEAR AUTHOR, WRITE ON!
Skijarama: I'm going to be honest, this story... scares me. It's disturbing me on so many levels, yet I just can not stop reading.
TheLocoPony: ahaha, sneaky and brilliant, I like it, I like it a lot. hehehe
Mania Man: We've got a mindfucker over here. Someone get me a toilet, I think I'm gonna shit bricks.
Iron Clad: It's too good not to read, as much as it pains me.
Scootaloser: I can't say for certain, but I got the nastiest feeling in my gut that this story is going to make me cry.
Axan Zenith - Dr. Dreamer
Dratini4 - Way Finder
psychicscubadiver - Bright Mind
Velkaden - Dream Chaser
Reese - Silver Glow
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