|Reviews for Tales from An Ice Cube|
| KraZiiePyrozHavemoreFun chapter 6 . 2/19
| CatonissForever20 chapter 4 . 2/21/2013
| shelby chapter 2 . 7/24/2012
| jmac1220 chapter 2 . 11/25/2011
You expressed Zuko's loss of Mai so very eloquently! Makes me wonder if you know or have experiences that type of loss. I've always liked Mai just not with Zuko but you gave her dimentions and showed how well they worked together.
It was a pleasure to read.
| Serenity's Ghost chapter 6 . 5/2/2011
Astounding work as always.
| Serenity's Ghost chapter 4 . 5/2/2011
Seriously, I am dying of laughter. I'm in an office building and restraining my usually somewhat scandalous laughter is hard since this room echoes and it's not as fun that way.
| Serenity's Ghost chapter 3 . 5/2/2011
Dang it, how do you do that? Lu Zuo is just so darn cute! Everything about your portrayal of him warms my heart (something that's hard to do when it comes to kids). You are fantastic at this; brilliant how you given them monosyllabic titles because he's a baby, something that wouldn't be common sense to most people. Urg, you suck in how awesome you are at this...okay, so you don't suck but you're still awesome at this.
| cuzimaw3som317 chapter 4 . 11/11/2010
Sometimes Sokka's just an idiot. A stupid, lovable idiot, but an idiot nonetheless.
| tomboy 26 chapter 6 . 10/25/2010
I loved these .. an in-depth look at these amazing characters.
| noname00 chapter 6 . 9/22/2010
I loved Lu Zuo's chap the mostxD While Azulas had me thinking about the sequel. I guess overall I liked them all
| xxZutaraFanxx chapter 6 . 8/21/2010
PLEASE WRITE MORE!
| Dreaming 11 chapter 6 . 11/26/2009
You are one really good writer. Your scenes are entirely believable and realistic, and I love the chinese translation of each chapter title. How did you come up with the translations for their names?
| Cantare chapter 6 . 5/13/2009
Nice character study. You make Azula seem more human...the fact that she actually feels sad over the thought that she wants to kill Zuko is kind of out of character. I always figured she was completely ruthless and just power-hungry, not really loyal to her nation but just intoxicated by power. The Azula you've written is more believable in the sense that she's more like a real human being, but she doesn't seem true to the show.
Sparks of Jetzula here? Is that going to continue in the Gray/Black story? I can't wait to see.
| Cantare chapter 5 . 5/13/2009
Girl talk! Haha, how I've missed it. The dialogue in this chapter was great. It was fun how Toph made Katara squirm and then Katara caught on to Toph's unnatural interest in her love life, and turned it back on her. Again I just really like how you bring the characters alive with their complicated thought patterns and hidden emotions.
Great contrast to the last chapter; I enjoyed the fight, and Sokka's loyalty and stubbornness were very in-character.
| Cantare chapter 2 . 5/13/2009
Ah I missed this collection the first time I visited your profile page. I'm so glad I started reading these, because I was kind of confused as to why Aang suddenly showed up in Somewhere in Between and then didn't show up again later. This really fills in a lot of blanks.
You write an adult Aang very well. He's more mature but still idealistic and peace-loving, still in love with Katara, and fiercely protective. He's more perceptive now though and it was good that he could read what was going on between Katara and Zuko. The dialogue between him and Katara was believable and I feel a little sad that he couldn't have the woman he loved.
Now this Zuko chapter is great, filling in even more blanks that I had meant to ask about in my other review. In the main two stories, Zuko hardly mentions Mai at all, but here you give a sufficient explanation of his feelings. I guess it's not really canon that he didn't love her to begin with, since in the show he and she are all over each other as teens. But I like how you rewrote their history and contrasted her with Katara; Mai as a cool, refined court lady who could teach Zuko how to be a ruler. It fit well with the image I had of her already. I'm also glad that you dealt with Zuko's feelings about 'moving on' from Mai just two years after her death, and how he is changing toward Katara. The slow pace and very human aspect of dealing with grief, falling in love again, and facing deep insecurities are a big part of what makes your writing so good.