|Reviews for Letting Go|
| Gen-in-the-Eve 5/11/13 . chapter 33
Very much enjoyed both the premise of this story and the telling of it.
| h 5/4/13 . chapter 33
One of the most enjoyable stories I've read in a while. It has been a very long time since I read Prince Caspian, but you did a great job filling out the movie. Characters seemed to keep their original personalities, but were considerably more three-dimensional. Nice writing style; bonus points for sticking to Edmund's and Peter's perspectives rather than bouncing around the entire story. I really liked General Glozelle's change of heart; I can follow his rationale in the movie, but swearing fealty to Caspian is more satisfying, I think, and reinforces the redemption theme. Thank you for sharing.
| Thalia's Royal King 4/26/13 . chapter 20
Amazing, and Peter's being nice:D
| godsdaughter77 3/29/13 . chapter 26
Fantastic chapter! I think you did a great job showing the action scenes as well as showing Lucy's letting Edmund go.
| MCH 3/19/13 . chapter 33
Good story liked your version
| Heliopause 3/3/13 . chapter 6
"practically felt the nobility radiating off him" -my, that's a useful superpower to have! ;)
It's good to see Caspian with some intelligent deductions. And overall, you rework the story well.
| Heliopause 3/3/13 . chapter 5
I liked Nikabrik's line here, about not needing to kill Caspian themselves! Great line!
Good to see the Horn - which Trufflehunter must have rifled out of Caspian's belongings when he was unconscious, I guess. I wonder why Caspian didn't unwrap it earlier in the journey?
| Heliopause 3/2/13 . chapter 3
I like your made-up language! :) And so Ed is plotting with Cornelius - terrific!
| Heliopause 3/2/13 . chapter 2
Lots to enjoy here! Caspian as a warm-hearted, pro-active prince, Edmund's very funny chagrin at being underestimated, the drifting of the Four into legendary (nameless!) figures. :)
| Heliopause 3/2/13 . chapter 1
Oooh... exciting beginning! That is, cresting the hill and seeing the weathered castle which was not there before, and recognising the banner.
| ZahraQ 2/24/13 . chapter 33
Awww. That was such a touching ending. I really liked the way Caspian and Edmund's friendship progressed. Also Peter and Caspian's arguments did seem as something that can happen when two Kings are present. The way bowing and the reasons you devised were very good indeed. You have such a good way of writing that at times I forgot that I was reading a book and that I was reading a story. Good job!
| Allie Danger 1/1/13 . chapter 17
Honestly, i think this is the fanfic that made cry the most... /:
| Daughter of the Pacific 11/11/12 . chapter 33
Amazing story. Thank you.
| Allie Danger 10/4/12 . chapter 33
OMG I LOVED IT!
you have me ALL the day reading this!
i just loved it..
with all my heart..
it was awesome..
congratulations! its fabulous!
you are in favorites!
| procellous 9/23/12 . chapter 28
Actually Bacchus was Roman, Dionysus was Greek. Just sayin'.