|Reviews for Daughter, Would You Accompany Me?|
| Miss Mia chapter 1 . 5/24
Here's a joke on me- I somehow missed this lovely little vignette! So- despite it having been written long ago- I got the pleasure of a first read. Thank you again, oh Storyteller Supreme!
| Hercules8 chapter 1 . 4/27/2014
Beautiful story! :3
| Frodo's sister chapter 1 . 2/23/2014
That was a nice story. I like how Aslan lead Helen to the True Narnia. I bet it is an allegory of Jesus taking somebody into heaven.
| Heliopause chapter 1 . 8/6/2012
I love this! It is just spot-on, absolutely right in showing Helen's simplicity and perception (of both Frank's and Aslan's value) and in showing Aslan - and the way he spoke was especially good, the rhythms and directness.
(Minor point: It was clothes-washing, not dishes-washing - a MUCH nicer grade of suds! :) )
| done.with.marblesxx chapter 1 . 9/16/2011
I was rereading The Magician's Nephew when I got to the part about Helen (and her soapy hands from laundry day). I remembered this story and wanted to read it and it completely renders the could-have of Helen's situation at that moment. Loved it!
| walkerrbait chapter 1 . 4/30/2011
Wow, I love your stories about the Golden Age, but this might be a new favourite :) Your Aslan is just how I imagine him and I adore your characterisation of him.
Extra kudos to you for making me read his lines in Liam Neeson's voice :L xxx
| LatibuleFizzgig chapter 1 . 4/29/2011
I adore this story. It's beautifully written and it feels so very Aslan like. I can't believe this is one of the few things of Narnia I've never contemplated before and here it is before me in brilliance.
Anyway, great job on the story. I love how you portrayed Helen and how she just /knew/ Narnia was her true country. You did a great job and I salute you!
| Gryphaena chapter 1 . 9/17/2009
I realize that I've already reviewed this anonymously.
There's just something about this piece.
Maybe it's the quality of the words and the amount of details you gave.
This is so pure, so uncluttered by unnecessary words.
Your Aslan is Glorious.
This will be treasured in my favorites.
| Taryn Streambattle chapter 1 . 8/14/2009
I never thought about this plot bunny . . . cool!
| WingedFlight chapter 1 . 8/3/2009
Aww, this is quite beautiful! I did love the bit about the hat at the end, although of course I did love all of it. I also loved your use of "I am". Wonderful writing!
| Blackstar chapter 1 . 7/13/2009
This story is just SO thrilling- it reminds me of how God asks us to acconpany Him to Heavan, through hardships and 'easyships', where He's waiting for us with outstretched arms...Just great! Love it!
| LunaNigra chapter 1 . 1/20/2009
| Sarai chapter 1 . 12/26/2008
| daisylorelei chapter 1 . 7/25/2008
ah, that was lovely! and a wonderful new perspective I hadn't even considered before - very creative! I love one-shots like this.
And it was written wonderfully, too. You do extremely well in capturing the simplicity of Lewis' style but not to the point where the simplicity detracts from your description. I hope you understand what I'm saying; in any event you're an excellent writer and I strive to come even halfway close to your level of talent.
| Sapphire Warrioress chapter 1 . 4/15/2008
Wow! This story is amazing. Funny I never asked myself how Hellen got to Narnia until I read the summary for your story. You've written a powerful scene which fits right in with her appearance in Magician's Nephew. I loved your characterizations of Hellen and Aslan, beautifully written.
I especially loved this section.
The Lion’s voice was a deep rumble like thunder, but there was no anger in his tone. It was the might and weight of the answer that expanded his voice and
she somehow felt that her question pleased him. “I am Myself. I am Aslan. I am the Son of the Emperor-Over-Sea. Will you come, Helen, Daughter of Eve,
across worlds and ages, that you may know me better?”
Thank you for sharing this story.