"the peculiar thing about it are the profound descriptions of the characters feelings... your style is very articulated, the introspective digressions of the characters sometimes stop the fluency of the story,but if the story comes short the characters most definitely benefit from it. besides from that the story has a good flow, that particular detail can be a characteristic of your own personal style. compliments for the way you describe certain feeling of the characters, it makes you feel them rather than seeing them." this is the comment one of my friens made after having read a piece of a story that I was writing (maybe is not perfectly translated because I had to try and translate if from italian, but I hope it's ok) and I don't really know what to think about it. should I take it as the constructive critique it is and try to change some things (less thorough descriptions?) or just take it as one persons opinion and keep doing what I do and hope that someone else will appreciate it better? Is this something worth considering and something I should work on or was it just him not appreciating it as much?