|Reviews for A Weekend's Observations|
| basaltone 4/13/12 . chapter 5
Interesting look at how the characters all were able to take their experiences and still get on with their "normal" lives. Very well written, thank you.
| basaltone 4/13/12 . chapter 2
Very deep thoughts, I think I learned something. Oh my!
| spedreder 1/29/12 . chapter 5
It looks like its been a long time since you updated, but I do hope that this story is abandoned. I think you are doing a WONDERFUL job catching and explaining the way the characters lives change and stay the same in England.
| T 10/16/11 . chapter 5
Will there be more chapters with another's point of view like Lucy and Susan? Please do continue or if it's finished add Complete.
| streetlights and music 12/18/10 . chapter 5
Wow, Ed can be quite philosophical when he wants to. This is just another slice of life fic, but it totally deserves more views. It's amazing, really. I like how much the Pevensie kids adore Peter, and how they take Susan's change. This shows that the siblings each have a role to fill in, and they are all quite aware of that.
| TheNotedMusician 9/4/10 . chapter 5
Great story, a very interesting look at the character's psyche and their interactions. Good job!
| spinningleaves 8/26/10 . chapter 5
Fantastic! I really love the way you show the depth of love betwee the siblings as they shield, guard ad push each other. Great to see Lucy and Peter's tight bond and to see them all wait with baited breathe for Susan to return. A really beautiful piece on finding truth and living with what it reveals.
| chocolatelover1 3/17/10 . chapter 5
Aww... is it over?... Well, it was great!
| chocodrizzle 12/30/09 . chapter 5
I love this story! Especially the way you write the relationships between all the siblings. Great example of Susan, Peter and the river, btw. Good job! :D
| Crimson White 3/22/09 . chapter 5
Just found this wonderful piece through someone's favourites and I absolutely adore your writing! Your characterisations are wonderful and individual. I love the slow progression of Susan disappearing and how they cope with it and how Peter understands it's just another path that even he could have taken. A delightful read, so thankyou!
| Gemstone 2/18/09 . chapter 5
Wow. That was amazing. So brilliantly written. Thank you so much!
| LunaNigra 1/31/09 . chapter 5
Love your story...
Hope to get to read more soon!
| Miniver 1/12/09 . chapter 1
The pacing of this story isn't like any other I've found: leisurely, wandering, yet detailed. The slow unfolding of the story makes it seem as if we're actually spending time with the Four instead of reading about them. I love the insights you give us of them as individuals and as a tightly knit group. It's great the way you show both their English and their Narnian selves. I'm glad there are additional chapters of this interesting tale.
| simbelmyrne 1/12/09 . chapter 5
A very fitting ending. I like that you brought Peter's character full circle, and how you characterized Susan and Peter's decisions. Canon but fully explained. Thank you for such a good ending to your story.
| CatsbytheGreat 1/12/09 . chapter 5
Taking a deep look into Peter's soul is not easy, and I loved how you managed to tell Peter's story of sinking to dark depths of sadness before accepting his fate and rising above it again. And the contrast between Peter's decision and Susan's is all the more pronounced because of this.
The only thing I have a hang up about is when Peter says that Edmund and Lucy didn't have to go what he and Susan went through. They, too, were sent away from Narnia never to return, and it had to have taken some time for them to come to terms with it. (They also had someone around who could still return to Narnia-Eustace.)
Other than that, I think this was a beautiful chapter. Reminded me of a quote that went something like, "Men have built fortunes on the ruins of their former happiness." Peter felt horrible about leaving, but he managed to embrace life. I think the decision you've had him make about becoming a doctor is very fitting. Great job!