|Reviews for Regrets|
| DAForever62442 chapter 10 . 10/7/2012
Amazing. I literally sat and read this all the way through. You captured Edmund's character and his struggle marvelously.
I liked how the ending wasn't happy, but it wasn't sad either. Edmund's on the mend. I liked the conversations he had at the camp with his siblings. It's mentioned in the book, but not shown in the movie nor mentioned in many fanfictions.
I also liked how you had the Narnians not quite forgive him at first, and the bit with Oreius pledging his life to Ed. It wa sweet :)
| MCH chapter 10 . 5/24/2012
Just read the whole story. You did justice to Edmund story. The one thing about fan fic is that we can write about events in Narnia that CS Lewis didn't he told us his story. Just as you have told yours. A great story and well written and i enjoyed it very much.
| marble-fire chapter 10 . 1/16/2012
Worth not doing my homework for!
| WillowDryad chapter 10 . 11/22/2011
I enjoyed all of this so much.
| MasteroftheMidnightYard chapter 10 . 10/3/2011
really good story!
| Ayaia of the Moon chapter 10 . 4/29/2011
The Characterization seemed spot on, to me. :) And I loved the characterization of the minor characters, as well! Glorious!
Definitely faved. :D
| Eregnar chapter 10 . 4/4/2011
Beautiful, beautiful story.
| Desertfyre chapter 10 . 3/30/2011
Beautiful story! I really enjoyed it! This is one of those stories that reminds me why I LOVE Edmund. He can bring so much angst to the table to write about. And you did this well. I loved all the looks into parts that hadn't been shown in the movie (or in the book). LOVED this story! Great job for your first one!
| Desertfyre chapter 4 . 3/30/2011
Another beautiful chapter!
Reason why I love Edmund, potential for such angst. I'm looking forward to the rest of the story!
| Desertfyre chapter 3 . 3/30/2011
I love your version of the conversation with Aslan!
| lovesFanFic chapter 10 . 6/13/2010
Giles genius. Especially since Edmund was trying to save him, it's nice to see him come back. Thanks for a great story!
| lovesFanFic chapter 8 . 6/13/2010
I love your character study of Edmund. You do a great job in this story. Best last words, ever!
One quibble: blood tasting like copper. I really don't agree. And since there isn't any appreciable copper in blood, I don't really know why it should. Just my opinion.
Overall - fabulous job. You have managed to bring something new and awesome to a much-handled passage.
| animallover4 chapter 1 . 3/19/2010
HEY! we had a chat on thurs...well when i say chat i mean talked non-stop about books for an hour... yeah so iv made an account..whith much yelling at the computer and stampiing my feet and tearing at my hair (littrally) but i cant write any stories until sunday ten fifty! ARGH! halp! iv read a little bit of regret but not that much beacause my brothers blasting me outwhith ceebeebies! DOUBLE AGH! if i hear another song from third and bird i will blow up the telley! see you later tho!
| Soaring Nightengale chapter 6 . 3/13/2010
"Evil sometimes wears a pleasant face," is a wonderful insightful line.
This is such a moving chapter, full of emotion and raw feelings.
Great work! Oreius is brilliantly portrayed and his compassion is awesome. You make Edmund so real!
| Soaring Nightengale chapter 5 . 3/6/2010
What an amazing thought provoking chapter! You capture the emotions and the feelings of the characters so well. The inner struggle of Edmund and Peter's reaction to his betrayal is so beautifully presented. I have to quote you;
"The rest of it was all too easy to read. I could see the hurt in his eyes, though he hid it well, and it slowly dawned on me that whilst he had forgiven me, and was overjoyed to have me back, it was going to take a while to regain his trust, and for the pain of my actions to fade. I accepted that without question; my family could take as long as they needed, and I would do all I could to redeem myself in their eyes. It hurt, a little, but by that point I didn't much care. To be whole again was worth any price."
This is fiction at it's finest! Superb!