|Reviews for Fools Rush In|
| Guest 5/1/13 . chapter 2
Good fun so far, but since when does our Nancy have red (or even reddish) hair?
| Jacynthe Bleue 5/1/13 . chapter 25
So ... once I got over Nancy having red hair (yes, that was me, I forgot to sign in) I liked it a lot. A bit breathless at times - really you have enough plot twists in there for at least two or three stories this length - but you pulled it off and it came together nicely in the end. But why take it down? Unless you have a really good reason to, please leave it up so that those who wander by later can have a chance to read (and some us to re-read at a slightly less frenetic pace on a day when we aren't ... ahem ... meant to be marking exams instead of reading fan fiction). So once again, congratulations and many thanks.
| Guest1 4/22/13 . chapter 25
Hooray for finishing! Not 'yay for it being over', though, just to be clear. ;-) With all the hints of John and Nancy's relationship I was sort of expecting things to end differently, but I like how it really happens much better. I think it's a very plausible* ending for both of them. I'll have to leave a second review for the story as itself, but overall I liked it very much, and cheesy as it sounds, I appreciate people writing these and seeing others' interpretations of the characters and what else they might have done.
*especially considering the number of stories on here revolving on letter-writing between the two of them! ;-)
| huidinigirl 4/20/13 . chapter 25
Really really enjoyed - just wish this wasn't the end :-(
| constantlearner 4/19/13 . chapter 25
A lovely ending. I liked the way you managed to give pretty nearly everyone something to do or say even when they were all "on stage" in the last chapter.
| Fergus Mason 4/19/13 . chapter 25
That was excellent, thank you! I hope you've changed your mind about taking it down.
| Giraffes4Ever 4/9/13 . chapter 24
This is amazing! Love the tension, and the GA's response to Bridget etc. You've caught the characters really well.
| Guest1 4/5/13 . chapter 24
Loved the conversations at the end, with Bob Blackett and Bridget. And the GA! Oh, and John and his father, too!
| constantlearner 4/5/13 . chapter 24
Still enjoying this.
| guest1 3/25/13 . chapter 23
Heh. I was wondering if Lanvin/Worths would pop up again! Why are you removing it when you finish?
| Fergus Mason 3/25/13 . chapter 23
That was a nice break after the... er, excitement of the last few chapters!
| constantlearner 3/25/13 . chapter 23
A pity you won't be leaving it up for longer, but thank you for posting it anyway. I think if Captain Walker is really being "correct" he would probably address Nancy as "Miss Blackett". Peggy would be Miss Peggy Blackett or Miss Peggy if Nancy was present. He might equally well decide to address them as Nancy and Peggy of course, having met them, briefly, as children in Secret Water.
| constantlearner 3/20/13 . chapter 22
Well, it didn't seem longer - so I'll take your word for it. So, Nancy is suddenly caring about when she last washed her hair?... Um-hmm.
| constantlearner 3/14/13 . chapter 21
It sounds is if Rose might enjoy the Abbey books by Elsie Oxenham. There was a writer who really liked linking her characters for different books together! I'm looking forward to seeing how they all interact in Alexandria. I'm slightly puzzled as to why (given this takes place in 1936) it is plasma rather than saline in the bag that Peggy is holding, especially given the probable of shortage of availible refrigeration. As far as I can find out, separated blood plasma would be new thing in 1936 or shortly after.
| Fergus Mason 3/14/13 . chapter 21
Wouldn't the couscous fall through the basket weave? :-)