|Reviews for Glass|
| X-Gene posseser chapter 7 . 7/1/2013
POST MORE! PLEASE! SOOON!
| Aelita chapter 3 . 6/27/2013
Emma's freaking EVIIIIIIIIIILLLLLLLLLLLLLLL!
| Aelita chapter 2 . 6/27/2013
| Kira-Locket chapter 7 . 5/31/2013
Great story so far. It would be cool if Emma taugh Rogue how to keep the powers she absorbed. It would make her stronger and Emma want her more. Overall can't wait to read the next part : D
| xXxJessikaxXx chapter 7 . 5/2/2010
I've just started reading it, and I already love it. Can't wait to read more! -sigh- love Remy. And John.
| Shattered Mirror01 chapter 7 . 5/1/2010
I really like this story and I hope you update it soon! I also liked the Lion King reference about the stars.
| Queen of Egypt180 chapter 2 . 3/12/2010
wow i really like your story so far. i like that its not all happy and cheerful and boring. and it is so well written, which i have come to find is not so common. keep up the wonderful work )
| EmeraldGreyClouds chapter 7 . 2/26/2010
I LOVE THIS STORY. just everythign about it, the characterizations, the plot, THE PAIRING. I really do hope you continue this sometime soon.
| bee chapter 6 . 8/5/2009
ma petite cherie is "my little dear or little darling"...not little cherry.
good chapter. the french is a lil off but otherwise well done
| bee chapter 1 . 8/5/2009
i love thi story. the cure was bound to fail. love ur characterization of rogue.
| cylobaby chapter 1 . 7/14/2009
Just wanted to drop a line here and say the ending of ch. 1 was ridiculously awesome! SO intense.
| MuffledSnickers chapter 7 . 7/14/2009
Rogue's musings are quite interesting since she's the one who initiated this 'independent' movement and then went up and joined Emma's squad anyway. Quite interesting now, you think she's regretting it? Seems likeshe misses her friends, at least. But Remy's here for her now and he'll be all she needs ;)
Another good take on Gambit. I do admit to liking the first chapter with him better, but this was accurate and sweet as well. He's such a charmer, that Cajun. He's impossible not to love and you write him well enough to be in good character for that. Bravo
Wonder when, or if, Rogue's going to realize that she belongs with the Xmen and return to 'em. We'll see. I'm curious to see the developments and hostilities that are sure to arise btween Rogue and Wanda
| MuffledSnickers chapter 6 . 7/14/2009
Look at you calling the Kyro readers traitors when you're the one WRITING the story, you Kyro hypocrite! ;P
Now anyway, as to the story! *Standing ovation on Remy's part*-you did him Beautifully. He's aggravating and persistent as ever, but when Rogue's threatened, he immediately reveals himself to bring an innocent out of the situation he put her in. Beautiful! His accent's perfect, his demeanor is flawlessly played out, he's just the right amount of charm and annoyingly cute as he should be and he's adorable. On the Remy front, this chapter's got him down with gorgeous accuracy. Good job-bravo! Slap yourself on the back for this.
That being said, I'll get into what I had trouble with in this chapter. M'kay, so I get that Rogue could easily be pissed off like that with all she's been through. The insistence that she's just a little girl could tick someone who's been through so much off quite a bit. What I can't sympathize with is Rogue's unnaturally irate anger to Wanda and the Extended rage she feels at the 'little kid' thing. Rogue's met Wanda exactly once before, on the first occasion of her arrival into the Club. During that, Wanda did attack her, yes, and she fought back and drained Wanda-something you know about my problems that I had with it-and now, after Wanda sends an email complaining about Rogue's company (most likely because of her jealousy that Pyro's mumbling Rogue's name), Rogue goes completely ballistic with hate for the other woman. They've been through ONE encounter with each other and it's like she's got this lifelong hatred of the other woman. You can't even say Wanda antagonized her throughout her training either, 'cause Wanda's been away at this mission.
Now, I know that anger can consume you in the moment and take over, but Rogue's hatred and jealousy of Wanda was just a little too far overdone for me. The girl went into an absolute pyschosis about it and chopped off her own hair! (Which I greatly disapprove of, by the way, but that has more personal issues than legitimacy of the story). I can see her being angry and enraged at Wanda's email, but the deep-seated hatred just went a little too far for me.
That being said, your taxi-driver scene with Rogue was a good quick-come helper to Rogue's anger. Sometimes we all just need someone to calm us down. I'm not saying your portrayal of Rogue's anger was bad or anything, just a little extreme for such a dingy insult and the Wanda-hate was pushed too far. Anyway, your taxi-cab driver scene was beautiful, just like your Remyness. He understood the anger she was going through and, through some carefully placed words that you did an excellent job dialoguing with, he calmed her down relatively. This scene was very good, congrats on it 'cause it came out great. I did raise an eyebrow though, when Rogue handed him over a 500 dollar bill. That seemed just a little too strained for me too-maybe 100 cause he helped her out and all, but 500 is like what millionaires give away and Rogue really can't be getting paid THAT much, just being an operative.
Alright, now in with the Remy scene. See, now here, you played out Rogue's anger flawlessly. I could certainly see her getting riled up in anger at being the damsel in distress and used at Remy's bait-thing. This was done great-she got mad about it, but she didn't go off and grab the bottle right from his hands and shove it up the guy's throat (a reaction I could have pictured your earlier Rogue doing to Wanda, if she was in the vacinity). No, in this, Rogue is mad, yes, but you're keeping in tune that she's A: slightly drunk. B: Can't use her touch against him and C: shocked at the situation and the man's audacity to use her to get to Remy. This was very welly written-again, great job. Do you see why this part is so much more relatable and believable than Rogue's insane anger in the first section? As I was reading that I was thinking like 'Gowd, woman, do you PMS enough? Go have a self-richeous cow, why don't you' and at the second part I was more relaxed 'yeah, that's accurate. I can see it happening like that' I've noticed that you have trouble with this-the extremes of emotion and reaction that make a story more or less believable. You've gotta watch out for it in future chapters.
Now, all said, I want to point out the cute humor points that had me smiling and almost caught in class as I read the fic instead of listening to the teacher. The first one was the alcohol. This almost made me laugh out loud, it was so cute. Here Rogue is, in an un-backable rage over this stupid little email as she tries to burn her hair (again-Noo!) and the alcohol doesn't burn be/c she doesn't know she needs 100 percent proof alcohol hehe. Very cute.
Another thing I liked was the conversation between Remy and Rogue. It was so witty and cute, so Remified and exact, I was grinning away at this one too. You're gunna get me in trouble in class yknow. Anyway, the banter between these two was adorable. You did Remy wonderfully, I'll say again, I could see myself writing a piece like this.
Now, overall this was a good chapter. Had one unrealistic portion, but you worked well to fix it up later and it didn't completely ruin the story or anything. You did a fine job. If you notice your writing and compare it back to previous stories that you've written, you can see how much better it is. Honestly grammatically speaking and awkward lines, this is some of the best that I've seen of you. Now I don't know how much of that was your beta ;P but I certainly know improvement when I see it. Really good job, this was some top-quality work. Keep it up
| RogueNya chapter 7 . 7/13/2009
M very nice job on the chapter, it was very action packed hehe, cant wait to see what happens next.
| scribblemyname chapter 7 . 7/13/2009
Love the chapter. Every single bit of it. I like the Romyness too. :grins: