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2/4/2012 c5 2Nan of Ingleside
wow. just... wow. this was strong. I can't tell I cried- I rarely do. but it certainly made me feel like it. and moments between Anne and Gilbert were plain perfection.
2/2/2012 c2 Nan of Ingleside
this is so good- and yet so sad. I loved the correspondance between Walter's last letter- and what Una saw in her dream. and the last part- with Monday howling- gave me regular shivers. it was extremely moving.

on the other hand, the love and tenderness between Gilbert and Anne was so touching! I never aim at writing about them- there's already so much about it in the books that I'm afraid I wouldn't be successful in reflecting it- but you managed so well!
1/9/2012 c6 15Vee22
What a beautiful and moving story! It's such a sad subject, but you've drawn out the beauty and poignancy of the tale.

You write wonderfully well - your writing looks completely at home next to LMM's - no easy feat!

Thanks for writing this and sharing it with us. I hope to read more from you in the future.

And no, I haven't had anyone think my copy of Rilla of Ingleside was a romance - but perhaps I need to look at the cover again! ;)
1/5/2012 c6 7OliviaKatetheGreat
Very nice. And, no, while nobody has asked the P.P.S. question, I did think it was a romance a little, until I read it, and then it was a good deal like the others... Very,very good writing.
12/31/2011 c6 8A Forgotten One
sob sob weep sob sob snifffle beautiful integration of that dreadful chapter
12/30/2011 c5 17TheImaginationAddict
Oh, Walter!:'( Well written, and very believable,as usual.
12/29/2011 c4 TheImaginationAddict
I must say,you've portrayed all their characters perfectly, and all their dialogues seem exactly in LMM's style. :) Susan and Mrs. Elliot are a delight,as always, and despite my aversion to reading of Anne when she's "all grown up" ,I feel like reading about her children and their stories in more detail, after reading your fic. Do continue! :)
12/29/2011 c3 TheImaginationAddict
Oh, this is such prolonged agony! Writing grief is very difficult, but you do it so very well. Another heart-wringing chapter.
12/29/2011 c2 TheImaginationAddict
Another great chapter - you've described how Una consoles herself very touchingly. Beautiful writing. :)
12/29/2011 c4 5MrsBlythe
This story really is excellent. I love the way your writting is so similar to LM Montgomerys and I especially love the way you have stayed so true to the characters and the books. LOVE IT - more from you please. x
12/28/2011 c1 Allie
It is sweet and romantic, but a bit sad too. Interesting to note that despite being in their fifties, the couple is just as loving as ever.

I do wonder if the feeling that griped her heart was a notification that someone closed to her died.

But I do admit it is hard for me as I only understood the plot generally but I never read the book.

Awesome job!
12/28/2011 c1 MrsBlythe
Beautifully written. I love anything with Anne and Gilbert together in it.
12/28/2011 c1 WB
Beautifuuul, I felt like I was eating sweet and sour chickedn,very tasty chicken too!
12/28/2011 c1 17TheImaginationAddict
Oh, I liked this very much - you've got LMM's style pat down - and I could feel tears rising up at the way you've described the whole situation. Really great job!
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