|Reviews for Shadows of Angels|
| Guest chapter 4 . 11/14/2015
that was a heart-breaking chapter, considering the events that we see about the chapter and what we expect for the next chapter...
Hope to see more things, GREAT JOB!
| DavidC20OfficialWriter chapter 4 . 11/14/2015
that was a heart-breaking chapter, not only for the moments between Kim and Ron and all the situations that the chapter shows but it was because the chapter showed all the pasion that we expect on that chapter...
GREAT JOB, just hope to see more in a future!
| pbow chapter 6 . 5/24/2015
While the quote may have been spoken by a pro golfer (can't remember who) from the '40s, it was probably a take off of the quote "I'd rather be lucky than good" from Vernon 'Lefty' Gomez, a N.Y. Yankee pitcher from the '30s. Lefty was quite the pitcher, winning 6 or 7 World Series games and losing none during his career, and was also quite the wag. Supposedly, he once walked up to the plate and lit a match during a foggy game. When asked why by the Ump, was it to see the pitch better, he replied, "No, I want the pitcher to be able to see me."
| Guest chapter 8 . 12/1/2012
The Holocaust is a very touchy subject but u used it in a very non disrepectful manner which made this story excellent. U good man no doubt
| BlackCondor chapter 1 . 7/28/2011
Thank you, and God bless.
| Valerie3 chapter 7 . 7/11/2011
This chapter literally gave me goosebumps and shivers down my spine. I also felt like I was on the verge of tears for practically the entire chapter. (By the way, this is a compliment.)
| Kaiisan chapter 8 . 3/9/2011
i really liked the idea in this story, though one thing pointed out to me: wasn't there supposed to be someone interviewing Kim and her family?
But besides from that, really awesome job! :D
| Kaiisan chapter 4 . 3/9/2011
(cough) erm, its Danke, not Donka ; they sound similar though, with the 'a' pronounced aaaahhhh and whatever xD
just wanted to point that out, if thats okay with you ;
| Reader101w chapter 8 . 1/28/2011
Well played on he emotional luggage for both Kim and Ron. And a great way to leave the ending open in some way.
Chapter six was a bit of an odd one out, but in regard of later stories (I have been scamming through your works earlier) it gives a nice prelude of things to come.
Keep up the good writing,
| Yamal chapter 8 . 11/21/2010
Very interesting approach to such a historical event. I liked this story a lot too. Well done, my friend.
| jkrust78 chapter 8 . 11/19/2009
You know why I like you so much Nutz? Only you can take Kim Possible, with all the characters, gadgets, villans, dialogue, and of course Kim and Ron, throw in your obvious love of fighter jets(now I know where you got the idea for Where Eagles Dare), and then top it off with a story about arguably the darkest chapter in human history, and out comes a fabulous tale! If writing was like cooking, I'm sure yours would be on part with a certain Ronald Stoppable. Nice work!
| the stone tiger chapter 8 . 7/5/2009
yo man i just read your storie and i got to say i'm amazed
this had it all
ron stepping up big-time, deep feelings, explosions (yaay), romance and don't forget the humor
man u had me laughing a lot of times
i'm gonna use some of ur phrases in the future lol
keep up the good work
| Katsumara chapter 8 . 6/27/2009
And again I say, how in the heck did I not read this story before? Actually, I think I did read it before and I didn't review it, but I don't see how that's possible. I try to review like 95% of all stories I read, and this one, I know I would have definitely reviewed. I guess not though, [
This story, in all, was just too amazing to put into words, but I'll try anyway. The emotions you conveyed through words between Kim and Ron, their actions throughout the entire story whether it be funny moments, or serious moments when talking about Ron's family; it was just stunning. The scene where Ron decided to let go so Kim could live, his return when he took out Dementorgoons with his MMP, that whole fight, the dogfight.. just all of it. Honestly, if I listed everything I loved about this story, I feel I wouldn't have the room to do so, so I'll just say this. I'm so glad you've continued to write. This website would be at such a loss if you were to stop some day, so I hope that day never comes.
Keep writing, Nutzkie. You are truly talented, and I absolutely love reading your work.
Also, I agree about Ben Hogan. I really wish broadcast TV was bigger back in his day. Honestly, I wish I would have been born during Jack Nicklaus's hayday, or Arnold Palmer's. At least I'm in my prime while Tiger Woods plays. I sometimes think that people don't understand what we're witnessing with him.
| Katsumara chapter 7 . 6/27/2009
Don't know how I missed reviewing this chapter. I know the review is super late, but I just had to do it. You are just absolutely awesome when writing emotional scenes such as this one. You can switch from the comedy, to the super seriousness just like that, and you do it so well. The way you handled Ron in this chapter was just.. too good. I'm not Jewish myself, so I can't begin to understand what Ron went through, or the other jewish people out there must go through when confronted with this sitch, but I try to understand.
Either way, this was a fantastic chapter Nutzkie. I also read the previous chapters (1-6) and found them all equally entertaining. Ron's fall worried me, but then I was like "Wait.. there's more to this story" so I figured he must not have died. Thank goodness I didn't read this right when you were writing it, or I would've gone nuts!
| angel0fmus1c chapter 8 . 1/27/2009
This is a remarkable story. You managed to keep everyone in character, while still discussing something as horrifying as the Holocaust. Your treatment of the Holocaust was both respectful and educational.
What I like most about this story is the fact that you have provided an enormous amount of depth to a character who, I felt, was too often overlooked. Sometimes, it seemed that Ron was treated as the bumbling sidekick, and nothing more. You explored hidden depths that add strength of character and make him much more real. Thank you.