|Reviews for Paradigm|
| Blue Angels Song 5/13/13 . chapter 50
I am sad to see this story come to an end. Thank you for writing such a wonderful story:) could not stop reading this story what a page turner. Cant wait to read your next story.
| Guest 5/9/13 . chapter 40
For god's sake Erin,I love more than is logical!
I love that
| Guest 5/9/13 . chapter 20
His face was not the thing that was terrifying her. It was horrific that's true, She said so herself but his fury and tirade scared her more.
Also I noticed that when Eric is loosing it he starts to talk in the third person talking about himself as if it's not him.
| lolcia1998 5/6/13 . chapter 42
Omg you don't know how much I laughed during this chapter! Hahaha! I can imagine a flustered Erik awr :')
| lolcia1998 5/6/13 . chapter 38
Omg they can both be so stupid :/ get your arse over to Christine, Erik!
| lolcia1998 5/5/13 . chapter 16
Poor Erik. I really do pity him. Also, I think Christine is being a bit dunce, not seeing what's right in front of her, but on the other hand I understand because she doesn't have experience in the matters of heart. I think Rauhl is an annoying chit and Erik should lasoo him xD
| PhantomsOpera666 4/14/13 . chapter 50
it was a really great story LOVED IT ! are you working on anything new :)
| theInsaneArtist 4/6/13 . chapter 34
The different knives and forks are each designed to make it the easiest to cut and eat the foods they are designed for. A salad fork is shaped to best spear and grab hold of the leaves, a meat fork is best to hold small pieces of cut meat, and oyster fork is designed to be most efficient in separating and manipulating the meat from the oyster and is placed with a spoon, a butter knife is more blunt as it will only be used on soft butter, while a steak knife is more sharp to better cut the tough meat, and a bread knife is jagged to better cut thorough the bread. Spoons come in different shapes and sized to best hold the type of food they are meant to be used with (soup spoons have a deeper bowl, table spoons are more shallow and are to be used for dessert such as pudding or ice cream, teaspoons are small as they are only used to stir and taste-test, caviar spoons are made from materials that will not affect the taste, parfait spoons are long and thin to reach down into the tall thin parfait glass.)
Over time, it became a force of habit and etiquette for the upper class. However, today it is considered rather vulgar to place more eating utensils on the table than for the types of food that is to be served.
| Bergamotte 4/3/13 . chapter 50
Wow, what a fabulous two chapters to end the story with! It's small of me, I know; but I LIKE that Raoul was left in a position of being in the wrong. He killed Jonathan, shot Christine, and lied about killing the Phantom. He would be a fool to go after Erik or Christine again. If he ever dared to come after them, Christine could tell the authorities that Raoul killed a man in the cellar and shot her; his aristocratic hide would be nailed to the wall. He would be better off joining an expedition to the North Pole.
It's okay that Eric didn't tell Christine the identity of the man whom Raoul bludgeoned to death. It's enough that Eric himself didn't kill Jonathon, who deserved every bit of agony he received. After all, he and his buddy had imprisoned innocent Christine, beat her, drugged her to unconsciousness, and sold her virginity to the highest bidders. Harsh justice for remorseless thugs.
The opera house staff and players really didn't WANT to hear that the Phantom was dead, did they? What would the Paris opera house be, without its notorious Phantom?
| Bergamotte 4/3/13 . chapter 43
Christine has escaped the Vicomte's mansion with Erik. The Vicomte previously threatened that, if Christine didn't marry him, he would have Eric captured, jailed, tried and executed. Why would Christine put Erik at risk by returning to perform at the opera house? She would then be followed home and Erik would be taken into custody.
Neither Christine nor Erik should ever return to the Paris opera house, that's my opinion.
| Bergamotte 4/3/13 . chapter 39
He knows she's going to be forced into a wedding, yet he's surprised that she's now wearing an engagement ring?
| Bergamotte 4/3/13 . chapter 38
My suspicion is that the servants are not having Christine's letters to Nadir delivered.
| Bergamotte 4/3/13 . chapter 32
The chapter ends with the statement: He already knew her answer. ? Her answer to what?
| Bergamotte 4/3/13 . chapter 31
I'm so glad you used PONR from the stage production. It's an incredible scene. And I liked that you didn't clutter up the scene with too much attention to Raoul. The scene belongs to Erik and Christine.
| Bergamotte 4/3/13 . chapter 21
Dear authoress, if your intent is to make the reader more and more irritated at Raoul, you are succeeding! What his mother told him was exactly right! He should consider Christine's feelings as important as his own.
Erik fears Christine because she is the only person in the world who can hurt him.