Anterograde Tomorrowby Published 15 Jul 2012
Kyungsoo is stuck in the hours while Jongin begs the seconds, because time stops for someone who can't remember and runs from someone who can't miss the last train home.
"Anterograde Tomorrow" Reviews
I was kind of shocked to see AT in Goodreads. This is the story which deserves to be published in every language in the world. Some stories leave timeless vestiges in our hearts regardless of its genre, and this fanfiction is unquestionably one such thing. When I heard people say, "Books can change our lives", I had no idea what they mean. But after reading this book, I experienced it myself. Would you believe if I say I cried over the beauty of its writing as much I did for its tragic ending? It made me fall in love with literature. I don't know how someone can craft an art with this much perfection. This is a MUST-READ for all fanfiction readers.
One of the most beautiful pieces of writing, one of the most beautiful and heartrending and sad stories I've read in my life, if not the most beautiful. No words really do this story justice. Even though it's a fan-fiction (lol), it's honestly very much up there in terms of things with actual literary merit that I've read. The writing isn't 1000% perfect, but that's what makes me like it even more--I honestly cannot think of a better written story than this.
The sadness in this story is the most awful kind: the kind that doesn't punch you outright in the face so much as it creeps in on you, subtly settling in your bones, each part of your body until it weighs you down with awful realizations that just keep dragging you further and further down. I cannot highly recommend this to anyone enough.
Warning: read this only late at night at prime emo hours (1 a.m. - 4 a.m. depending on when you sleep) and be prepared for debilitating depression with a box of very very soft tissues lol
LMAO my favorite fanfiction is on Goodreads hahahaha
Now, this. This, this is the definition of brilliant writing.