|Reviews for Sunny Disposish|
| Cassandra's Paradox 3/26/13 . chapter 30
Almost five years ago, I discovered this story. I followed it for a time, added it to my list of all time favorite works of fanfiction, and somehow (to my dismay) fell out of reading it. With the most recent update, I resolved that I would start again from the beginning and catch up with the narrative. It has truly been a delight, getting to read 16 new chapters of a fic I have and will always count amongst my favorites. I have to apologize for taking such an extended break from reading - I honestly can't say what compelled me to stop, only that I am infinitely gladder for being back. Thank you again for writing such an amazing story, for though I left I never truly left in earnest. This story will always draw me back and I cannot wait to see where the threads lead us all!
| Chronicles of Lewis 3/15/13 . chapter 30
This is the closest fan fict to the original writing style of Lewis Carroll that I've encountered yet. The story has been a wild ride from the start. I knew that I was going to like it from the moment that Alice woke up in the hammock with the Mad Hatter and the way that he was carrying-on. You've taken the clever references and character personalities to a whole new level. The scenes and dialogue are well drawn-out and easy to get pulled into. I have to confess that there are times when I honestly have no idea what is really going on (the no-face baby in the muslin cloth and the brain trust at the champagne ball) although that's part of the mystery of Wonderland and it really gets the reader into Alice's sensical point of view in a world that seems anything other that sensible at (most) times. There are a few loose ends that leaves the reader to wonder, like will Alice solve what is making things disappear in the woods? I do miss the White Rabbit and the March Hare, those funny bunnies always add so much to Alice's story. I'm looking forward to the next chapter.
| Lacey52 3/11/13 . chapter 30
Shame on me for never commenting before. I've loved every little bit of this work from the beginning. I always smile when I see a new chapter waiting for me to enjoy. The way you describe things is wonderful. The scenes you set, enchanting.
Please know that you've taken this story to such a wonderous place for me.
Lots of love,
| Foible 1/22/13 . chapter 1
Val, you're a beautiful person.
| clockworkviolinist 12/25/12 . chapter 29
HOW COULD YOU LEAVE US ON SUCH A CLIFFHANGER? AFTER SUCH A LONG TIME? PLEASE UPDATEEEEEEEEEEE
| madis hartte 12/24/12 . chapter 29
So so so happy you've updated. Very well done, as per usual.
| Guest 12/24/12 . chapter 29
You're back! Thanks for the update! I love the story
| AshmandaLC 12/24/12 . chapter 29
Ahh I've missed this so much! Still loving it, too. I hope all has been well for you. Eagerly awaiting the next chapter!
| 2-shadows 12/23/12 . chapter 29
Best. Christmas. Present. Ever!
Ok, maybe that's a mild exaggeration but THANK you for updating. Made my week :D
Also, the brown hair thing is pretty crazy. Will dye really make that much of a difference?
| clockworkviolinist 9/12/12 . chapter 3
Ooh, I recognize the story Alice told! Um.. The Princess of Turandot, wasn't it? I love the music from that opera. The princesses are hilarious. Once again, brilliant job.
| clockworkviolinist 9/12/12 . chapter 2
Oh gosh! 'We've run out of cheese muffins' ! AHAHAH! :) I loved this second chapter as well,and I think you're really staying true to the Lewis Carroll style of writing!
| clockworkviolinist 9/12/12 . chapter 1
Wow. I love this first chapter. It was forceful, awesome, and made me crave for more. Brillant.
| Blahblah 9/11/12 . chapter 1
Can't wait for the next chapter! :-D
| Sarah 5/10/12 . chapter 9
Exquisite. I laughed out loud at "rock me on the dais" and am thrilled to find someone, not only literate but so particular with her vocabulary that it seems more like a painting.
| YourSunyGirl 3/20/12 . chapter 28
I thank the heavens that I happened upon this story. It's beyond words, and I've never given that compliment before. A story has never left me speechless, but your "Sunny Disposish" is astoundingly remarkable. How can I find the words to describe how wonderful of a writer you are, when you use words on a level that is so beyond anything I've seen, to craft a story so beautifully?