catalenamara (catalenamara) wrote,

This is why I read the endings of stories first...

I don't have many squicks, but one of the very few is an absolute no-go, and it's generally not warned for: Permanent memory loss/permanent brain damage.

My mother's mind died long before her body did. I don't need to read stories that remind me of this. Permanent amnesia fics feels to me like murder.

So, I saw a story that looked potentially interesting, but my suspicions were raised. So I read the end - it was hard to tell from the last few paragraphs. So I read the comments to the final chapter. Yup, just as I suspected, permanent memory loss.

Not going there.

Posted to LJ and Dreamwidth. Comment wherever you prefer. :-)
Tags: squicks

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