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2/22/2020 c7 Anonymousme
Oh, this is lovely! Even if some are a little short, they're still beautifully written and presented. Please, please update soon!
2/17/2020 c7 66BrokenKestral
Behold, I am doing a new thing; now it springs forth, do you not perceive it? I will make a way in the wilderness and rivers in the desert. - Isaiah 43:19
4/30/2019 c6 Guest
Susan doesn't get enough love, it makes me happy to read stories where her gentleness is strength
Aslan's Daughter
4/30/2019 c2 Guest
The language, pacing and rhythm of this chapter is well done. A poetic rendition worthy of the golden age.
Aslan's Daughter
4/22/2019 c6 BrokenKestral
I loved the quote at the beginning. I keep meaning to read more of his work, but it keeps getting pushed back to “someday.” I really liked how you portray that gentle strength takes risks but carries wisdom into them, and then receives the hurt of others with grace to give.
8/15/2017 c5 Guest
He makes heroes. Wow. I loved that conclusion!
8/15/2017 c5 27Lydwina Marie
I've run out of things to say, but I'm really enjoying this story!
8/15/2017 c4 Lydwina Marie
Great job!
8/15/2017 c3 Lydwina Marie
Aww, Peter is the best big brother. I hope you write more of him and Edmund!
8/15/2017 c2 Lydwina Marie
I love the narrative! Wonderful!
8/15/2017 c1 Lydwina Marie
This was a great first chapter!
7/20/2017 c2 angelolady
Very well done! Lyrical.
7/19/2017 c5 127meldahlie
Oh, I love this one! Dear Mr Tumnus! And his conclusion, too, entirely correct :)
7/18/2017 c5 64Sophia the Scribe
Lovely! I think this was definitely a conversation that Tumnus and Edmund needed to have. Good job! Blessings, Sophia
7/18/2017 c5 68WillowDryad
This is lovely. Well done. :)
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