|Reviews for Fitting In|
| harnicem 1/26/13 . chapter 26
I really loved this story. I was hesitant at first kind of cringing at the thought of Tom and Edith together, but you made such great choices. I couldn't stop reading! Once it went into the next generation, I thought I would stop reading but found I couldn't.
| Duchess 1/12/13 . chapter 3
Lovely, lovely series. Thank you for creating such great characters Agnes. I really dont know how you keep on doing it
| circa1910 1/8/13 . chapter 30
Just the kind of life that one would wish for the children who were torn from their families/countries. Such industry. Such an understanding of human nature, particularly the heart.
| Guest 1/5/13 . chapter 28
Another great read - well done! You create such interesting characters!
| Duchess 1/4/13 . chapter 28
Well done Agnes - another great read. You are an absolute genius at creating new characters and making us care about them. They just come alive off the page! You are excellent at creating the atmosphere of the time.
Re. future stories - how about a Tom/Mary romance or affair after being drawn together in shared grief?! You would no doubt get bucketloads of hate but I am sure Fellowes has something along those lines in store for us.
| circa1910 1/2/13 . chapter 27
You've done it again. This is an entire little world built from your imagination. True, you started with a few characters we knew but soon it was completely of your own making. Thanks for making this life in an English village during the War so vivid. Very touching how bonds were formed and how people managed with shortages. Poignant. Sweet.
| Guest 12/18/12 . chapter 26
Great story here. Well done! You have done a fantastic amount of research into your themes, making a brilliant read. How about doing a sequel based on Tom's return to Ireland? Would be a great read!
| Duchess 12/7/12 . chapter 26
Agnes thank you for this wonderful story - full of characters we know and others you have created and made seem so real for us. You are such a born story teller with a real gift for characterisation and dialogue and a fantastic imagination.
I think you were very brave to write this story, knowing that many S&T shippers have a real problem with Tom finding love again, but you have written this so sensitively that I don't see how anyone can object. Above all Sybil would not want Tom to be lonely and unhappy - fans need to remember that. Sybbie has been written wonderfully - her mother's daughter indeed! A fantastic read! I hope you will continue to write more fanfic!
| Failed to De-anon 12/7/12 . chapter 26
Quite a lovely ending. Love that you took the story through the war years...very gripping story the whole way through. Love how it ended with Sibby moving on with her life...Great job with all of it.
| Agatefleur 12/6/12 . chapter 26
Thank you for a lovely and well written story.
| Andorra97 12/6/12 . chapter 26
Thank you so much for this wonderful story. I really enjoyed it! Part III wasn't really a DA story anymore, but I liked what you did with all the original characters you created and I can easily imagine littel "Sybbie" turning into that amazing woman we see at the end of your story!
| Failed to De-anon 12/5/12 . chapter 25
Time moves fast and with war on the horizon, oh, boy. Quinlan's grandfather is a piece of work...
| lezzles1956 12/4/12 . chapter 25
I wanted to say how much I have been enjoying this. Your research is impeccable and the story you have woven for Tom and Sybbies future is fascinating and enthralling. Thankyou for sharing.
Just one little niggle, which I am afraid has been bugging me - we don't have fall in England we have autumn.
Thanks again and looking forward to more
| Feminista12 12/4/12 . chapter 25
Another great installment
| Failed to De-anon 12/4/12 . chapter 24
Drama! Oh, Tom, the chickens came to roost with this chapter didn't they? At least the respective love-birds are together...