Follow Twilight Sparkle, Ponyville's librarian, in finding out the dark secret hidden within her good friend, Pinkie Pie, as a new crook appears in town and causes havok, and all signs point to a relation with Pinkie.
This sort of writing is extremely hard to do, because if you don't do it very well indeed then you may as well not have done it at all; but here is an author who, with effort and cautious observation, has succeeded in mimicry of not just a genre or style, but an entire era of storytelling. I am extremely impressed, and await the next installment with bated breath and eager mind.
ALSO THIS IS REALLY GOOD YOU SHOULD KEEP WRITING IT
Good story, keep on writing
Robert Louis Stevenson would be proud of you, keep up the writing :)
This receives far too little love. I adore it! Oh, and the Ms Hide pun was frankly delicious.
I admit it took me a min. to get into the groove of the way you where writing,but I love it!! It makes me think of ponyville, but back in the time of cobblestone streets, and a era of long ago..Sorry if I got over dramatic there, but I love how this is going so far and look forward to more,,
Yay, a New Chapter!
This is seriously fantastic. I have no clue why it doesn't have more love! You've woven Pinkie's signature style of speaking into the overarching narrative style fabulously.
Much and I look forward to a new chapter!
Still loving this! The murder was particularly well written. Hurrah!
Please continue this story. It sends chills down my spine reading it. Its exilerating.
...If this is basically the novel with the names changed, is there really a point to my reading it? I mean, I've read the book, so if there's no real deviation from it--and there isn't so far--then I ought to just go and read it again, right?