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12/31/2019 c1 46megSUPERFAN
...But- but- but-
I NEED MORE. This is so heart-wrenching but so well written. How do you do it?
10/19/2019 c1 Guest
This was just so intense. It was not only well written and emotionally jarring, but believable. I just asdfhjk
6/22/2014 c1 42Phoenixflames12
This was brilliant! I love the way you handle all of the Amis reactions to the revolution and the juxtaposition of Enjolras and Combeferre's beliefs is stunningly done.
Much love,
Phoenixflames12 xxx
6/21/2014 c1 71starlightwalking
Well, emotional trauma was indeed caused.
6/21/2014 c1 13Chanty420
this had to much feels for me to handle...too much, why are you such a good author?
6/20/2014 c1 64Deep Forest Green
I'm a bit confused. Is this supposed to be set after the 1830 successful uprising or an AU in which the students survived the 1832 rebellion? Because the latter was in June, not July.

This was interesting and a bit different. I like how you showed Enjolras and Combeferre arguing - in the book, we're told how close and like-minded they are, but they must have had practical disagreements like this one which could get rather heated. I especially liked how Enjolras compared the country's condition to a "tumor", trying to appeal to Combeferre's medical sensibilities. However, I think the piece lacked focus overall; you could have centered it more around their relationship, and left out the other Amis.

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