|Reviews for Labyrinth: Immortal Love|
| Elen-Di 3/20/10 . chapter 9
Oh man. What a way to ruin a moment - goblin spectators. xD
| Elen-Di 3/20/10 . chapter 8
Ah! I love. I love, love love. Love how Jareth is so SMOTH and adept at covering the situation - Karen didn't stand a chance against his charm. Hahaha. And Jareth's ability to make it snow in October. And finally a "real" kiss! D
| Elen-Di 3/20/10 . chapter 6
hahaha! Sludge is hilarious, and very well-timed. x)
This was much more engaging! Maybe it was just your first chapter. :] This is wonderful!
| Elen-Di 3/20/10 . chapter 5
Well! I am very glad I found this story! :) I love Jareth and Sarah's interactions so far, and I especially love the way you're incorporating the rest of the Goblins into the "real" world - that's something I hadn't necessarily thought of.
My only critique would be that in the beginning few chapters, and sometimes even now, the story reads very passively. Stylistically it's improving as they interact more, and I think inclusion of dialogue helps the writing seem more "active." I'm sorry if this doesn't make much sense; the best way I can think to describe it is that the first chapter particularly read (to me, mind all this is subjective) like a person *listing* events and description... the reader is being "told" what's going on and not "shown." Some people don't mind that stylistically, but I feel that active writing is usually more engaging.
At any rate, I love what you have so far and can't wait to read more. I think your take on this is very creative and you've done well keeping characterizations as one would expect in a realistic, post-Labyrinth world. Very nice, and I look forward to reading more! :)
| Media Maiden 3/14/10 . chapter 4
I know I have more to read but I had to pause and say thank you. Thank you writing what it is like to lose someone. And thank you for noting Mr. Bowie does not in fact have heterochromia. I take a lot of flack for that.
| ArmoredSoul 3/13/10 . chapter 7
Okay, that last sentence?
I grinned so wide my face hurts.
| ArmoredSoul 3/13/10 . chapter 5
Goddamnit, I both hate and love you for writing this.
So many wonderful things, evolving from an eighties film composed mostly of puppets and very poor singing from said puppets.
And the tight pants, oh my dear sweet and fluffy LORD, the TIGHT PANTS. I can't even look at a pair of leggings without either cringing or bursting out in hysterical laughter.
And then I come across these masterpieces of poignant thought and raw emotion revolving around two of the most underdeveloped characters in film history, and I fall head over heels in love with it all, even the silly bits.
Goodness gracious, what is this world coming to...
| MarchenHope 2/22/10 . chapter 13
Hey this fic is SUPER GOOD! Can't wait to finish it and maybe it can help me with my fic that I'm doing for this movie, haven't watched the movie yet but gonna try to soon! GREAT WORK YA HAVE!
| Kite1011 2/19/10 . chapter 2
Ok, I must admit you had me in the first paragraph in the first chapter! I giggled so hard at the 'roasting', since then I haven't been able to stop reading!
LOVE the story so far 3
| DarkDreamer1982 1/18/10 . chapter 16
Have you published any books? I would love to read them. your writing is very good, and i can't seem to stop myself from reading all your stories!
| duffie83 1/5/10 . chapter 16
gasps...you didn't, you did. Gosh darn cliff hangers.
| duffie83 1/5/10 . chapter 8
"Nothing," she lied, rather lamely. The door suddenly swung open behind her, and she stumbled backward into a pair of strong arms. He caught her easily, and steadied her, then leaned down and said low in her ear, "Nothing, hm?"
| duffie83 1/5/10 . chapter 5
contented sigh...this chapter makes me happy.
| OrangeSea 12/28/09 . chapter 16
Quite wonderful... I'm tempted to read the sequel but I notice it isn't finished and hasn't been updated since '08... Perhaps I'll read a completed story next, instead?
Do come back, I love narrative.
| Sol en la Noche 11/28/09 . chapter 16
I really enjoyed that. Fantastic writing, made me read every word.
Although, I could have done without the cliffy.