|Reviews for Wishing For Luck On A Prodigal Star|
| Artemis chapter 1 . 5/10/2013
This is wonderful and very (Patrick Stewart) Xavier. It's just like him to wish for the best. There's not much to say as this is absolutely great.
| Sony Boy chapter 1 . 12/26/2010
Okay, writen a few years ago but I still want to make my 'voice' heard. I like the story and idea. I have issues with manipulative not completely ethical/moral Xavier but this is just what I wanted and needed right now.
And yes the ""Captain's Log, Stardate 65434211.7" really is tempting especially in first person.
| phoenixqueen chapter 1 . 9/19/2010
OMG! Abso-bloody-lutely amazing! I feel that you have absolutely nailed Professor Xavier's character on the head. You portrayed him just as one would expect of a grieving father who loves his children, but has to allow them to grow, and change, and make their own choices, whether for right or wrong. My hat is off to you for this remarkable portrayal.
| trecebo chapter 1 . 6/20/2007
Very aptly named story. Fits to a T.
Loved the end tag.
| Suvivor-Chick chapter 1 . 6/18/2006
so here I am bored having alredy read through all the recent Xmen fics three years after you wrote and published this but it was really really good and I just felt the need to tell you anyway
| giveGodtheglory chapter 1 . 4/25/2005
*on the A/N*
I had the proff go 'engage' the other day.
This story is good.
| elvenmagyk1978 chapter 1 . 2/28/2004
This story was just so brilliant. You captured Xavier so well and it brought tears to my eyes to read about how proud and loving he is with all of his children. Bravo!
| christiangurl chapter 1 . 5/31/2003
To whom it may concern,
I have not read this story because the author told the readers that it contained spoilers(I have not seen the movie because I am waiting for my best freind to call and tell me when we can go to the theatre), but i did read the story long enough to read the prodigal son obligatory autor's note.
To those of you who have read it because of the fic let me tell you what it means. Even when the prodigal son squandered(vocab word there)his father's money his father still loved him. Even when we sin and waste the talents our Father has given us our Father will forgive us. It's an allegory.
He loves us; He loves us beyond reason. He died for us. If someone was willing to die for you and loved you, would you love Him? He gave all, and you can have eternal life thanks to Him.
My name is up at the little thing that says who wrote the review.
P.S. the Christian religion is not at all boring you should see the fun my church had during our scavenger hunt
| melodie chapter 1 . 5/26/2003
your not the only who thought that. at the beginging of the movie i was like captain's log. my friend got a kick out of that. it was fantasic. love it.
| The Phantom chapter 1 . 5/26/2003
That was simply lovely.
Really, I can't even begin. Let me try. First, the title enough was poignant and sweet enough to pull me in. Very poetic and charming, and that's just the title. ; )
The whole story was very poignant (I said that already, I know), very beautifully written and very in character. All his reflections and musings were true to the language of Professor X.
I could say a million more things, but I can't even begin to put it all into words. The ending was perfect.