|Reviews for Good Night, Sweet Prince|
| a-badass-deatheater 4/23/12 . chapter 1
That was really good. I love your English. Maybe the way they declared to each other was a little... contemporary. I didn't really feel the esence of that time. But perhaps it's just me. I really liked it anyway
| Fran Sha 9/10/11 . chapter 1
I loved it! You have a wonderfully poetic way with words, and keeping it within the old English of shakespear's time must have been difficult! You pulled it off so well! fav
| Baffoonery 5/29/11 . chapter 1
This is beyond amazing. Your knowledge and use of Shakespearian language is beautiful. I adore your writing.
| DeadPigeon 5/8/11 . chapter 1
Wow...something new from the Old Bard...where did you find it?
| yaoilover4lyfe 5/7/10 . chapter 1
This was well done-I really did enjoy this pairing when I was reading Hamlet in my school...
| blahgirl13 12/16/09 . chapter 1
DX ITS SO GOOD.
| sheerpoetry 11/28/09 . chapter 1
Frankly, my dear, I love you. I love this-it is gorgeous, stunning, break-taking, perfect-and any other synonyms of which you can think. Your voice for them is beyond perfect and it's like the dialogue came straight from Shakespeare!
Please, please, PLEASE write some more of them! You do it so beautifully!
| Necat 12/30/08 . chapter 1
Good, and believable.
| uncmeister 12/21/08 . chapter 1
oh...oh that was good. That was RIDICULOUSLY good. I...I don't even know how to describe how good that exactly was. The hamlet and horatio, the language and wording, the HAMLET AND HORATIO-oh god you are absolutely AMAZING. I mean good god, that was just beautiful! I have no idea how someone could pull something like this off so well, i have major difficulties deciphering shakespeare, let alone writing for him, but somehow you did it. so. yeah. I approve of this and you dazzle me. you should TOTALLY write more for Shakespeare; you have a GIFT my friend :D
| H. Savinien 8/14/08 . chapter 1
Damn. Well done with the diction and good characterization. I approve!
| Playfully Pondering Puppies 5/26/08 . chapter 1
"little ever left his loquacious friend stumbling over words, which were his best playfellows." How very true! You kept true to the characters, which is a difficult feat when going from iambic pentameter to story telling. They speak poetically but not superfluously, and I especially adored the little play on words (so Hamlet's style!) towards the beginning. I cannot tell you how happy I am that there is another human in this world that is a Hamlet/Horatio fan. I've been debating, but you've given me the courage to post my own! The poetry in your writing is phenomenal, and I'm so happy I stumbled across this. Wow, even the way they expressed love was completely in character. The way Hamlet sort of spun around the actual point, meandering about with his "best playfellows"- and then "Hate me not!" So true to character. Hamlet making light of bedbugs and an uncomfortable bed, Horatio being a little disgusted by the same idea... you've added a richness to the characters that is beautiful.
"Sweet, sweet Hamlet. Your thoughts and mine do bend in like ways." I actually got butterflies here! Ah! and then "I do, a thousand times I do". I didn't know that a Hamlet fandom existed, much less Hamlet/Horatio, and I love you for proving me wrong!
| random person 11/27/07 . chapter 1
Oh, that was beautiful...Poor guys.
| Solatium 10/16/07 . chapter 1
What a beautifully written story! So smart, so emotional, and such a sure hand with the dialogue.
| angelofplottwists 5/15/07 . chapter 1
I've been searching for some good Hamlet/Horation ever since reading Act 3 Scene 2...and I believe I've found it. So perfectly written! Excellent use of Elizabethan language styles and narrative, which is difficult. And as for Horation having "no purpose but to tell his story until death came for him in turn," I'm assuming you knew that his name means "speaker" or "orator"? Because it fit perfectly.
| Currycane 4/19/07 . chapter 1
Gosh, this is so beautiful, it made me cry. So well-written, lovely and ... I'm at loss for words. Just loved it-