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4/19/2017 c1 297Punzie the Platypus
I liked the perspective on this. Well done.
1/10/2016 c1 Guest
Wow this is the best fanfic to come out of this fandom! You have such great talent keeping this fic so close to the movie's style. What an idea of Remy communicating we them through writing, I always used to think about this when I watched. And finally after years, I discovered this beautiful fic.

Great Job, I could really feel the bond between Linguini and Remy in the moment where Linguini was talking. I also think the ending part with the communication was a great way to end, it's a lovely expansion to the movie. And you got all their characteristics spot on from Linguini's awkwardness to Remy's way of thinking

You are very talented. I'm very late on this review seeing that I'm about seven years too late but hopefully you can see how much I appreciate this piece of work that I can tell you put a lot of thinking about what would happen after Ego left. And it's a very great vision indeed.

Thank you!
9/25/2013 c1 3Into-Your-Gravity
lovely scene in between, wish that Linguini could really understand Remy :)
12/17/2012 c1 6bedstories
I love this fic. It's the best explanation for what happened and this is my favorite movie, so duh! I like how this was written too. What a surprise! Django can write! Basically, this has GOT to be my favorite.
10/11/2012 c1 14LuluCalliope
I think that this is actually a very good idea for a story. My one problem was with Remy's father picking up the pen and writing, given that Emile was shocked that Remy was able to read. If reading was illegal in the colony, wouldn't writing be, too?

Maybe I'm overanalyzing things a little...

Aside from my nitpick, great work!
8/3/2012 c1 9novocaineforthesoul
This was worth my time! Excellent story. The characters stayed true and it just seemed so.. Real. Just awesome! Good job :)
7/31/2012 c1 2Loralei Dawson
This story is so fun! It adds in a kind of "deleted scene", has a lot of character interaction, fun dialogue, and it is so incredibly Remy!

I love it when he tugs on his ears. I wonder, is this to rats, what eye-twitches are to humans?

I thought you did a good job of re-capping the movie to give a little background. I also liked Django being able to write. We all knew there was more to that rat than met the eye, right?

Thanks for writing this, it was most enjoyable. :)
6/19/2012 c1 QuietWriter94
You know that when Emile calls Remy "little brother", he means it in size and not years? Yep, believe it or not , Remy is the oldest of the two.
7/27/2011 c1 Mirage Nightray
Hello Mr. PreacherMan,

I think your oneshot offered a unique stance on the aftermath of Ego's departure, and I enjoyed it a lot!

Remy's first-person perspective was smart and quirky, and I absolutely love your characterization of Linguini (he does stammer an awful lot, and you captured that perfectly!)

Lots of people usually don't bother with making their first-person thoughts clear and smart, but I think you do that really, really well. Bravo!

There's a couple things that I think could be changed (and I don't mean to flame or be rude, just a couple friendly tips to improve;) your style of writing is flawless, but a couple more description-based sentences could add more life to your story. For example, first-person is mainly emotion-and-point-of-view oriented, so maybe you could write Remy and the other characters to display more emotion, and pitch in Remy's take on how he observes/describes that emotion.

Another thing that could benefit your writing is describing more of the surrounding, for example maybe describing how the kitchen lights glint brightly off of a freshly washed copper pot? Or how relaxed the kitchen looked after closing hours?

Playing on the five senses is really important, and maybe Remy could describe the scent of a lemony-cleanser that was used, the cold feel of the granite tabletop under his paws, etc.

And... that's about it! I enjoyed Apology Accepted immensely, and I hope you continue writing in the future.

Oh! I read your profile, and I'm a (just-new) Christian too! Although I'm only a teenager and I've just barely discovered what it is to be a true Christian, I agree that it isn't too be taken too lightly. I still have a long way to go, though!

-wynterarrow out
4/23/2011 c1 2the sudoku kid
I like the way you've written this, it's well-done and I like how Linguini finally learns Remy's name. Keep up the good work.
2/16/2011 c1 22MayDayGirl-Save-Our-Ships
This was so good! Exactly what I wanted to read! I've always hoped to read a fanfic where Remy tells Linguini his name through writing. This was adorable and very well written!

2/5/2011 c1 11Angel's Apple
this is awfully perfect. :)

unless I expected more story on how Remy's father could write. XD
6/22/2010 c1 3Princess298
I really like the story. Did you know Remy's dad's name from the website, or did you make that up? I don't care, it's a good name. Well done! :)
4/29/2010 c1 Jcatgrl
I loved it! The part about how rats speak the same language as humans, and their voices just being too high-pitched for us to hear is now my personal fanon!
10/7/2009 c1 6Terra Young
I really like it. My favorite part was when Remy and his dad were writing messages to Linguini and Colette.

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