|Reviews for Requiem|
| Hollydoor chapter 1 . 5/24/2017
I had read this in the past just can't remember when. So when the story crossed my mind i slowly grew ovssesed with finding it. It took me three weeks to give up. Then I few minutes ago I stumble upon the sequel, read the disruption, only for my mind to go blank. Imagine my shock when I literally stumbled upon what I have been searching for while searching for a fix that stars a sparkling. I literally ran out of the room screaming at my sister, "I found it!' Reapeadly over and over. She had to slap me in order for me to explain what the hell I was babling on about. After that she said good for you. So hear I am now, babling on. Bie!
| Cashagon chapter 1 . 8/12/2016
The only way to get him to trust. There's a metaphor in here somewhere...
| canikostar99 chapter 1 . 11/11/2015
So, I've read this and the sequel. Could I have more please? And, are you going to reference back to it in the main stories? Broken visor/blind driver, maybe please?
| nique17 chapter 1 . 3/8/2014
I love reading this over and over again :) it's one of the most memorable stories that I have read.
| The Forgotten's Kanvas chapter 1 . 10/24/2013
A brilliant piece of work.
| Pjlover666 chapter 1 . 1/4/2012
Oh my God...This was incredible...amazing. Poor Jazz. :(
| XLizardXQueenX chapter 1 . 1/1/2012
Oh dear Primus that was amazing, though I wouldn't have minded reading a bit more. I am so glad I discovered you, you have become one of my favorite authors.
| femme4jack chapter 1 . 6/6/2010
That was utterly beautiful and devastating. I've been racing through all of your stories the last few days, and will write more reviews soon.
| Ell Bee Someone Else Now chapter 1 . 5/19/2010
Very, very nice indeed. One of the best torture stories I've ever read; in "Requiem" it's not described, so any kind of gusto over its imposition is impossible for both writer and reader. The impact it has on its victim is the crux of the story, and is very well-handled indeed.
| crimsonseastorm chapter 1 . 10/3/2009
Amazing! You capture Jazz very well; it's great that you work music into it. Poor Jazz was still tortured though...but Prowl was there to help save him! YAY! Awesome Awesome job!
| JJStar chapter 1 . 8/29/2009
'He could have been sitting in the very entranceway of the Decepticon base for all he knew, and again that dark corner of his mind could see and appreciate the irony of that thought.'-This was the line that made this fic stand out the most to me. This was an intense, and chilling story, I'll have to look if you've made a follow-up.
Good job! (Poor Jazz)TT;
| janit3443 chapter 1 . 8/29/2009
Wow. That was amazing. I can barely put it to words.
| chaitea16 chapter 1 . 8/26/2009
damn that was intense
and so very well written. I am impressed by how your wrote the inner workings of Jazz's mind throughout the entire ordeal.
and i can't imagine a better way to have ended the chapter (Prowl to the rescue)
| AccountKiller11111111111111 chapter 1 . 7/13/2009
that was... wonderfully chilling. I think you managed to keep Jazz very much in-character in a situation which many authors may have chosen to, ah, adapt him somewhat. Also, the torture scenes, while not particularly graphic as such, are written to express the same kind of despair as a more violent one (perhaps even more so because of this choice)- a skill I admire greatly.
I will be toddling along to read the sequel to this presently. See you there.
| narmoture chapter 1 . 2/26/2009