|Reviews for A Ghostly Escape|
| Little bit 1o1 7/3/11 . chapter 31
| The Random Person 7/21/10 . chapter 31
that's so sad! i wish jasmine hadn't died. you did a very good job on this story.
| Orabit's Madness 11/3/09 . chapter 20
I know some books you might like. The first one is called 'Maus' it's a graphic novel by Art Speigelman it is the story of how his father survived the Jewish Holocaust. another one were they don't end up in a camp though is 'Once' and 'Then'. Morris Gleitzman wrote these and it a little boy telling his story of how he wanted to find his parents he had no clue what was going on and you read of how he slowly understands the situation. They are all good you should check them out
| starr1095 1/26/09 . chapter 31
Nie Wieder, GOD BLESS THEM WHO HAVE DIED never agian may we suffer from that masacrea and god help the people who don't think it was real cause it was real and may we never forget them
love the story and i agree with your last authors note all the way
| Shining Zephyr 9/17/08 . chapter 31
I didn't review the final chapter of this when it came out nearly a year ago. Even if this fic was finished in October, I still feel as if I owe you a review for this.
I really don't think you know how much I liked this fic before. It was simply magnificent. I will always cherish this, seeing as it had everything- evil Vlad, severe AUism, and even a little bit of suspense and what not. This is a fic you really need to cherish, Hordak. C'mon- you do another history fic, and you're bound to get some more reviews and such.
I still read this fic every now and again, but it's not like my opinion matters anymore. It'll be n faves for a good, long time, though.
| Chachi-chama 7/7/08 . chapter 5
Hi, I really like your story. Most of the stories I've seen aren't that deep or have any meaning behind it. I've been reading many of your fanfics to be really good.
| Flyninthetardis 5/19/08 . chapter 31
very deep, i myself just just visited Dachau
| Miriam1 3/19/08 . chapter 31
This was a very creative tale. I have many thoughts, but I'm not sure how to rally them into a proper review. I'll have to think about it.
It has been intriguing, whatever else it is.
| Miriam1 3/19/08 . chapter 10
Gee. The trio is together. In the unhappiest circumstances I can imagine.
And Vlad is working on cloning Danny.
| Miriam1 3/19/08 . chapter 9
The language that Danny uses is pretty intense. It is filled with religious content.
I'm rather curious whether it was the way of the Romany to speak thus, or whether it comes from Danny's education.
Danny is right, either way. And Danny, Sam, and Tucker are all in trouble.
| Miriam1 3/19/08 . chapter 8
| Miriam1 3/19/08 . chapter 7
Tucker! Wow. My heart cries for the Foleys.
Interesting. Vlad is afraid. He DOES have a secret, and no one with secrets were safe.
It is odd, reading of Vlad being afraid, but it still makes a good deal of sense.
Sam... That's my girl. I like introducing Syndey Poindexter. That was a nice touch.
Danny. What WILL become of Danny? Well... He's going to have to be creative. I have no problem believing he will do it. (After all, that is the title of this work.)
Hitler decided that Danny Phantom is a threat to Germany? Interesting. I understand that Vlad is afraid, but I don't know if even he could bring down Danny. (He might. You've written him as evil enough, but Vlad might still want Danny for his own purposes.)
Or not. I don't know where you are going. But I'm determined to find out.
| Miriam1 3/19/08 . chapter 6
Sam has moved to a ghetto, and Danny's parents were killed.
Sam's situation, I could telegraph. Danny's parents... *shiver* It makes sense, but I wouldn't have thought Vlad would go through with it.
But you know... If Vlad actually HAD the power to do whatever he wanted, he just might have used it this way.
Talk about realism...
| Miriam1 3/19/08 . chapter 5
This is interesting and disturbing all at once, because while we root for the good guys, we know what has happened.
I guess the best question is what will happen to the various and sundry characters. Mr. Lancer being tormented by Nazis for not having Mein Kampf was a nice touch.
Alright. On to the next!
| Miriam1 3/19/08 . chapter 2
Jazz is still working with the leading doctors of psychology. I love it.
You are right. Gypsies would NOT have been permitted to vote.
Dash is just... wow. You must have had a good time studying the time period, the prejudices, and other interesting things in your drive to create this fic.
Tempus is Clockwork. Nice.
I haven't figured where Tucker and his folks fit in yet, but I'll get there.
I'm curious to see what's next.