|Reviews for When All is Lost|
| AvidReaderAlso chapter 74 . 2/1
One of the best stories I have read on this site. You have a rare and wonderful talent, m'dear. Thank you so very much indeed for sharing it.
| Rupert Bear chapter 74 . 1/29
Thank you for sharing this story, I enjoyed it very much - it's a long and satisfying read. Looking forward to reading more of your other works.
| Rupert Bear chapter 73 . 1/29
This story is coming to an end with all the parties moving on their separate ways. Both of them have grown up and are stronger as well as adjusting to the living world.
| Rupert Bear chapter 72 . 1/29
Beautiful and well written chapter, thank you.
| Rupert Bear chapter 70 . 1/28
The title of this chapter is the same name as the story itself - which hints that it has reached it's climax. It's very well written, intense and captivates the reader - looking forward to the remaining chapters.
| Rupert Bear chapter 69 . 1/28
The drama continue and it's good that help finally reached the trio.
| AvidReaderAlso chapter 23 . 1/27
I have been utterly engrossed in this story since I ran across it a few days ago. The plot is riveting (it's your own fault that I'm only reviewing now... I just had to move on to the next chapter, and the next, and the next...).
Congratulations on inserting the characters of PotO into a modern setting in an original and beautifully written plot, yet keeping them 'in character'. The one exception to that statement might be Christine, as she has more gumption than the original... but, then, she's entirely believable as a resident of the 21st century rather than the 19th. So far, I like your Christine much more than the original. :)
And, Erik...! You've nailed it. You've created an excellent back story for him - completely fits the modern setting while allowing him to remain true to the original model i.e. the product of physical and emotional isolation which produced a character as frightening as Leroux had intended, but who is also so sad and lonely that the modern reader can't help but sympathise with him.
Now, to dive back into the tale. Cheers!
| electronic.neko chapter 57 . 1/16
Ha. I think Gavin got the gist of the situation when Christine confirmed Erik probably did growl at him and was not surprised or disturbed to hear he had done so.
| electronic.neko chapter 56 . 1/16
Poor Gavin, I wondered when/if he was going to meet Erik and how badly Erik would intimidate him. But who was following him in the States?
| electronic.neko chapter 45 . 1/16
I think it's lucky for Nadir that Erik saw Christine first. What a silly plan Nadir had...after bringing Christine all the way there, he wanted to be the first thing Erik saw when he woke up? Like THAT wouldn't have backfired.
I'm glad they're back together again.
| Rupert Bear chapter 68 . 1/4
The puzzles are coming in together now. It's good to read that so far, all of the remain members in the group are still alive and hope help will reach them soon.
| Rupert Bear chapter 65 . 1/4
A great chapter here, it's intense with a lot of action. It's sad to see the departure of a group member - hopefully the rest will stay safe and able to regroup again.
| Rupert Bear chapter 63 . 1/3
Very well written and things are moving forward now. After the revelation - one has to choose which side to help.
| HeroineOfOlympus chapter 74 . 12/31/2013
Omfg. First of all, I would like to say that this is one of the greatest, and well-written stories I've read. It's worthy of being published and sold internationally, but I am so glad I get to read it all for free! I love how you portrayed Erik, so perfect omg. I love all the OC's you mad too, like Gavin and Nadir (I cried when he died btw TTTT). This story is perfect, and so are you, dear Quiet2885. I hope you continue to write many more beautiful stories like this, and thank you so, so much. 3
| Rupert Bear chapter 60 . 12/11/2013
Things are moving along at a good pace, it's nice that the main characters have teamed up together.