great story!! The dreams are creative and the interpretations hilarious! Off to read the sequel! :-)
A big "Hello!" dear writer! :-)
i have been visiting this site for a month and i've come across some amazing, brilliant stories. I would've joined eventually, but this story of yours speeded up the process. I simply had to write a review!! Well, not so much as a review as a thank you for writing this story! I enjoyed it thoroughly and even though i dont generally pick long chaptered stories, i simply got hooked on to this one and read it to the end with unwavering interest. There wasnt any suspense or unexpected twist or climax but inspite of knowing the events and their consequences beforehand I still found the narrative gripping and enthralling.
You have so perfectly fitted the moments with the books and sketched out an endearing tale of two hearts. It was overwhelming to watch a simple friendship blossoming into a love so deep and passionate.
Every chapter was beautiful. In one word, it was just "unputdownable"!
P.S. To be very honest, i have created this account right now specifically to extend my appreciation here. But im here for keeps now.
P.S. 2 I also loved your witty disclaimers!!
This was such a beautiful story! For the past few days, I had been picking up several different stories and left them aftr two or three chapters. Then i found ths, read the summary and decided to give it a shot. And i am glad i did it!! Everythng fit in with canon and yet it had a cmpltely difrnt theme and approach. Due to my hectic schedule i had to read it in bits, a chapter a day, bt i persevered because of the theme and the narrativn. As a student of psychology i found it all the more interesting. U must hav put a lot of research and deep thought into this. Kudos! Arthur's striking observation was the highlight of the story, and also loved the part of Mrs.Figg and her history. She is such an insignificant character in the buks bt u made her endearing, great thinking!! :-)
Author's Response: Thank you so much for your kind comments, and for leaving a review after the story had been posted for so long. It is always a thrill to receive one more review. I'm glad you thought that Arthur's observation was striking, since I meant it to be that way, and I'm glad that you appreciated my backstory for Mrs Figg, who deserves more attention and respect than she sometimes gets. There was a lot of interesting research to craft her story (and a lot of the other stuff too), but the research is fun, and it is gratifying to get the details right.