this was very interesting and well voiced, I am looking foreward to the next part
moral of the story.
if you respect death as much as you appreciate life, you pass on much more peacefully.
i love stories that are vivid that teach values.
Oh my, I knew Death was lonely, but I never thought he would do a thing about it...
It's good to see him finally make a friend.
As expeted, true quality and good come out of a perfect blend of light and darkness. Not enough light to blind you, but not enough darkness to take away your sight. Just enough so you can see to the core of the matter and find true good.
That was beautiful. I'm geussing that the little girl is about four or five years old, and I love the innocence that she showed. I also like how you portrayed death as if he were a regular person just doing his unfortunately sad but necessary job. It may seem really sad to some people to be killing little girls and elephants, but this was a very nice way of looking at it. It shows that death's job isn't so always as cruel as it may seem. I look forward to the rest of this series! To the narrrator: I really enjoyed listening to your voice, I sure wish I could have it to read stories at bedtime xD