|Reviews for Elijah's Cup|
| Guest chapter 1 . 2/28
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| Call me Peeves chapter 4 . 1/30
Loving the story, but I just have one small thing. Parseltongue is the language; a Parselmouth (a person) is someone who speaks Parseltongue.
| Guest chapter 5 . 5/21/2016
| Guest chapter 5 . 4/6/2016
| H Bregalad chapter 5 . 7/14/2015
| alive by grace chapter 5 . 7/1/2015
This is one the BEST crossovers I've seen! And I've looked at so many, getting discouraged at the lack of skillful writing and proper characterization. But you're done it! Even though you did wacky things with the Narnian timeline, this story shows a great knowledge and respect of both fandoms. Thank you for writing this!
My only critique is that using so many different points of view and switching them every scene gets confusing, as I had to keep pausing in my reading to figure out whose perspective I was seeing.
| Toaofwriting chapter 5 . 4/27/2015
Wonderful job! You got the characters spot-on, and created an excellent, well-thought out story. Very well done.
| Guest chapter 5 . 7/14/2014
Beautiful story. Thank you.
| Random number generator chapter 5 . 5/12/2014
Quite nice, but so much of it was rehash and repeat of canon.
| Random number generator chapter 4 . 5/12/2014
They too easily believed Sirius.
| dianaanne chapter 5 . 5/10/2014
This was great. What goes on the next year?
| Phoenix Gryffis chapter 5 . 4/28/2013
| LunaStorm chapter 5 . 7/25/2012
This was very original and well-written, even if at times I wished you gave us more than just snippets of scenes. I enjoyed the way you drew the Pevensie's characters a lot.
Thank you for sharing!
| LunaStorm chapter 1 . 7/22/2012
When did Lucy become a redhead? Oh, well, never mind.
This is a very unusual take on mixing these two worlds. I'm glad I was recommended this fic and curious about where you'll take it. Especially with regards to the fact you imply the Four were friends with Riddle...
| adamjb chapter 1 . 5/5/2012
I am agnostic, and was not raised Christian. While this greatly diminishes the world of Narnia for me, I am still greatly enjoying your story (and I have so far read all of the parts up through this one). Fine work indeed!
The idea of living through time has always interested me greatly, and you have done a very good job of portraying characters that do not age, something that can be very difficult.
Your writing is solid, and your characterization spot on. The way in which you portray Voldemort (especially as he was when he was still Tom Riddle), is creative, unique, and fits with what I know of his character from the novels.
I did not see his and Susan's relationship coming, but I think that in the context of this story, it fits very well. It adds depth to both of their characters.
The only parts that I dislike stem from the source material, and what I assume might be your own beliefs. I do not like that Susan is "no longer a friend of Narnia", and that taking logic over faith should always be considered a bad thing. Some things can be taken on faith, but disbelieving in something because of a lack of proof should not be a crime.
I also don't like that Peter doesn't accept (nor seem even to consider) that he may be at fault in his actions toward Susan. I don't know if he will recognize this later, but so far I have seen no signs. What I am most worried about is that *you* don't consider him to be at fault. People should be free to make the own choices in life, and being robbed of choice is a crime in and of itself.
I recognize that this is your story and you are free to write it as you like, but those are my thoughts.
Despite these qualms, I am still enjoying this story and will continue on. Thanks for writing!