|Reviews for Shame|
| KrnYong 1/14/12 . chapter 1
I agree with Helen. When Paris fell down and crawled back to Hector like a dog, I cringed in embarrassment for him.
| Miggyrow 4/26/11 . chapter 1
I still don't feel any kind of pity for her. It does shade her in a new light though, one who make us closer to her own ugly and weak appearance. She is human too, I guess. She can't help being that failure of a queen. Very nicely written !
| JimandArtie4ever 1/27/10 . chapter 1
A great story. Very well written.
| letyoursoultakeflight 11/2/09 . chapter 1
Really really well written! Love it :)
| Mango Schmango 3/7/09 . chapter 1
Thanks for writing this. You actually made me feel sympathy for Helen! Finally i have found another author who has done a nuanced portrayal of Menelaus and Helen that is more in keeping with the actual Iliad, not that travesty of a movie Troy, which basically raped Homer's literary genius. Well done!
| PrincessJordy 1/24/09 . chapter 1
That was really good. I liked reading the struggle Helen is going through on the inside. Maybe you could even write more, because I would be intersted in reading it. :)
| ConcreteHole 12/30/08 . chapter 1
I never thought that I could feel any kind of pity for Helen, but you've done a wonderful job capturing it! (This is purely for Iliad Helen though! The Diane Kruger version can suck my - never mind!:P).
I wanted to smack Paris myself a few good many times as well, and I certainly imagine Helen was feeling in the same position! Great job with the old flame for Menelaus and the references to Andromache and Hectors love being so much powerful than their's. I loved it, and it was so so true as well. Their love I believed would have lasted their whole lives - not so much Paris/Helen.
Not to bad for something you pulled out from under your bed! (OK, I lied - pretty damn awesome actually! :P) Great job!