|Reviews for Cold heart, cold hands|
| Schauspielerinnen 11/14/11 . chapter 1
Ok I HAD to read this because you used the Japanese death, and honestly I thought about the Takarazuka Elisabeth when I was reading as well. I think this is definitely one of the more interesting interpretations I've came to read, and even though I'm not a fan of girl/girl, I'm totally convinced in my mind that it can happen. You wrote it well, the way the Elisabeth rejects Death throughout the play is exceptionally consistent with this so I really can believe that it is canon, even though I know it's not.
Also the decision to leave out some of the extremely defining traits of any one of the Deaths give me a lot of freedom in imagining which one of the versions it is. I know one reviewer said Mizu popped up but for me the respect for Sissi's decisions make it Sena for me. Bah, I should go watch the other troupes' versions as well. Can't always be thinking about the same Death and Elisabeth all the time.
| serena 2/11/11 . chapter 1
I must've read this story a million times now xd it's wonderful! *sighhh*
*cough* not to mention all the hot takarazuka images running through my head right now xd*cough*
| New Vogue Ravyn 7/8/10 . chapter 1
This is really lovely. There's a really sensual atmosphere in the story, particularly at the end. I think it's a very interesting idea to present the Takarazuka Death/Todd as actually female. It adds a whole new dimension to Elizabeth's reluctance towards their relationship.
BTW which Takarazuka actress were you thinking of when writing Death? To me the description you gave sounds a bit like Mizu Natsuki, but since she's my favourite I would picture her anyway. I'm just curious...