|Reviews for Vibrant|
| CrystallinePurpleLion 1/14/12 . chapter 1
That was so sad. It made me cry. Very nice story. Not even an exclamation mark. As you can see, I'm not the cheerest person alive right now. But I have understood some important things and want to thank you for that. Congrats.
| Carter Lee Grace 9/18/11 . chapter 1
Oh. My. Gods.
That was FREAKIN' AMAZING. The emotions were so evident and touching, and it gives a whole new perspective to that side of the war. Not everyone can be the hero, right? You gave all the nameless demigods a chance to speak - and their portrayal was awesome. I have one question: did you make up the words to the hymn that Nathan was singing? Just curious. Either way, it was seriously great.
| Midnight Cheesecake 7/7/11 . chapter 1
Wow... This is just... wow. Amazing job, fully deserves to be on my favorites, which is where it's going :)
| Live.Love.Twix27 6/25/11 . chapter 1
Amazing! This story was truly moving...the story of unknown demigods who made a difference in the war, but were never reconized. Few authors are brave enough to write OC stories, but this was perfect. I agree with the reviewer before me: Where are all the reviews?
I love the repition of the whole thing, and the description of everything becoming so more vibrant. People who have been in war say that. Like, their senses heighten, they can see more colors, hear more sounds, and everything seems to explode around them. Vibrant is a perfect word to describe that.
The story's so tragic and beautiful. Connie's suicide was especially moving. Her thoughts were so vivid and real.
Ugh, you're trying to kill me with the sadness! You've written yet another flawless story that inspires me so greatly. Thanks for all your hard work :)
| Olo Eopia03 6/24/11 . chapter 1
That was really moving o.o where are all the reviews! :O
It's okay though :) the writing style is wonderful. you introduced the characters well, and in a way where the reader will want to know them more. The repetition was also great.
I loved your idea of writing about the people who were unimportant in the stories of Percy Jackson. However, they were ESSENTIAL to the plot of every adventure, every battle. Those kinds of people are truly my favorite characters. I loved how you portrayed their sadness, and how they felt, and their own loneliness. It was great :D too bad Percy and everyone didn't get to meet them :O
| Elmethea 6/24/11 . chapter 1
This was incredible. Not many people have the guts to write a story like this, but I want you to know that I appreciated it.
It's good to hear about the minor demigods, the ones who didn't get happy endings. Most fanfiction authors skip over these very real characters.
I love the way you used refrain and repetition. It added a haunting aspect to the story. And the hymn you used, I am the Lord of the Dance, was perfect. It was playing in my head through the rest of the story.
If I have only one thing to critique, it would be their names. I thought that there were too many C's. Other than that: perfection.
Thank you for allowing me to read this.