|Reviews for Ratatouille: Réécrit|
| Guest 3/26/13 . chapter 3
i can't wait to read the rest but i'll try
| rachel 11/11/12 . chapter 1
hey, I'm not signed in right now, so sorry that you won't be able to review reply me, but wow. I won't lie, I was super skeptic of this idea coming into the story, but I'm only through one chapter and i know this is going to be fantastic. I really really love this, and trust me, I'm super picky about fic. So far your characterization and writing and plotting is outstanding. I love this. Great job.
| evol love 11/11/12 . chapter 3
I don't think you can even understand how much I want the next chapter. I really really REALLY hope you haven't abandoned this. I need it so bad. Wow. Your characterization of their family unit is pitch perfect, and Emile is a sweetheart. I love this! I hope to see an update soon. You're doing a fantastic job. slash. :) Just yes. I'm excited. I really hope you haven't given up on this project!
| Yuki Free 7/29/12 . chapter 3
:D i want more!
| Sunukee 6/18/12 . chapter 3
You have absolutely no idea how happy I am, that you've picked this up again! I love your ideas, and your writing style. You've written their characters, they exact way I've always perceived them! 3 I actually created an account on this, just to tell you. c: Keep up the good work!
| Shria44 5/2/12 . chapter 3
Is this gonna continue? Soon?
I sure hope so. I would love to see how they'll meet and stuff.
Anyways, good luck ;)
| GhostWishper 4/30/12 . chapter 3
I like where the story is going! Can't wait for Remy's meeting with Linguini (I hope it happens soon!)
Continue soon please
| kamitori 4/14/12 . chapter 3
I really love your story so far, especially Remy's little internal monologues. The flow of your dialogues is great, and I like how well you write the third-person and first-person sections so that they play off of each other. Just one thin: since this is set in France, shouldn't you insert French in when needed instead of Italian? (Père de famille instead of padre di famiglia)
| Raccoon Loon 2/5/12 . chapter 3
Huzzah! An update!
Yeah, nothing really happens in this chapter but I'm glad that this isn't abandoned. :D
Looking forward to what happens next!
| Aiatalay 2/5/12 . chapter 3
Yes, I suppose I never did bribe you with fanart. I must have forgot. I'm glad that you haven't abandoned this story, though! I'll sketch out a scene in the next couple of weeks and send it to you, then.
| steelnightshade123 11/1/11 . chapter 2
I first clicked on this tentivly but now I'm totaly hooked! Please continue por favor
| manakarijukoisme 8/1/11 . chapter 2
keep writing and describe what remy looks like and when does he meet linguini!
| Aiatalay 7/19/11 . chapter 2
OH MY GOD. I WANT TO KNOW WHAT HAPPENS NEXT SO. BAD. That almost never happens to me with kinkmeme posts because I tell myself that it's not guaranteed to be finished but I found this on ffnet first and I am very quickly approaching INCOHERENCY because WOW, I NEVER CONSIDERED THIS.
AND NOW VERY MUCH WANT. I'm about to go on a vacation but when I come back I will bribe you with fanart or something because you are an awesome writer with an excellent sense of conventions- especially your eye for the way other writers' style. You convey the voice of Remy straight from his internal monologues to the page, and you do it really well.
(Please excuse my spewing of fanboyishness all over your fic, I just kind of get excited when I see something really well done on ffnet. Also, I type too much.)
| Wolfenpilot687 6/19/11 . chapter 2
Oh ho ho ho ho! No harsh critique needed! This is wonderful! I got to say this story practically jumps into my mind! It's pretty easy to imagine it as you read along!
Boy, have you done something nice! I like I like I like! 3
You gotta keep workin' on this, 'cause it's gold!
| PutMoneyInThyPurse 5/25/11 . chapter 2
I *love* the transitions from first-person present tense, in Remy's voice, and third-person past, in omniscient. It's so smoooooth I almost didn't notice it at first, but then when I did, WOW.
The ability to recognize the characters through difference settings and species is what keeps me hooked, hooked, hooked! OMG, your work is character-driven and PERFECT.
"Simply put, Emile is a sweet idiot—Dad's drunken words, not mine."
Ow, ow, ow, ow, ow - and "Dad's drunken words", in vino veritas (oh, kudos for the Italian - although remy's French, but you probably had a kinda Godfather-mafioso logic, I can see where the Italian came from) - and how fabulous that you actually give the lie to some of that by the end of the passage.
"There are moments like these, however, when I find myself reanalyzing that assessment of my brother. Sure, he might've always flunked Math back in school, but who doesn't? (I didn't.) Academically, he isn't the brightest crayon in the box, but there are times that I can't help but think that when it comes to wisdom, Emile is someone I can actually look up to as a big brother."
Indeed - and your Emile is the Emile of the movie, who always stands by Remy, even when it might get him killed. He never abandoned him, not once, and I think the way you pick up on that, and give him a flash of insight and emotional intelligence, shows a great respect and love for the character. I just love it.