Results of the February poll
What did you think of "A Leaf on the Wind of All Hallows"?
- 21.3% - I enjoyed it, but I wish it had been longer.
- 20.4% - Intriguing! The story raises at least as many questions as it answers.
- 20.0% - I loved it!
- 13.8% - I haven't read it yet, but I'm planning to do so soon.
- 9.6% - I haven't read it. I don't want to buy a whole book just for one story.
- 5.8% - I enjoyed seeing Roger's parents, and Roger as a small child.
- 5.0% - The ending was wonderful.
- 2.1% - What's that? Never heard of it.
- 0.8% - I was disappointed, or the story wasn't what I expected.
- 0.4% - I didn't like it.
- 0.8% - Other
Several people commented that they wished they could have chosen multiple answers -- "I loved it! Intriguing! The ending was wonderful!" If you're one of those people, I can only repeat what I've said before. It's possible to set these Blogger polls up so that people can pick multiple answers. I prefer not to do that. I think the results of these polls tend to be more interesting if people are forced to choose the best answer.
Besides, I wanted to encourage people to be more specific in their responses. The question I was really trying to get at, for those of you who liked the story, was: "Yes, it was a wonderful story, but what aspect of it did you like the best?" And I am fascinated, and very pleased, by the results.
I didn't vote in the poll myself, but if I had, I think I probably would have chosen "Intriguing", because this story has given us plenty to speculate about. After reading "Leaf", I'm more worried about Roger now than I was at the end of ECHO.
If you haven't yet read "A Leaf on the Wind of All Hallows", I highly recommend it! You can find more information about the story here.
Please take a moment to vote in the March poll, which is all about visiting Scotland.