|Reviews for Palindrome|
| Awsomeangel chapter 1 . 2/27
That was sad... It made me cry. In other words, this is amazing, but depressing.
| Shirayuki Sora chapter 1 . 12/11/2013
That is sad.
| Sentio Infermum chapter 1 . 6/1/2013
That was a very interesting and well-written tale. Thank you for posting it!
| silverbutterfly13 chapter 1 . 3/30/2013
That is so incredibly sad. Very well written, but heartbreaking. Good job. :)
| RandomCitizen chapter 1 . 2/25/2013
There there Dumbledore, I think the reflection would be different when hhe got older... :3
| Dust-Raccoon chapter 1 . 1/18/2013
The last few sentences are just beautiful, and really bring forth that feeling of unease. Excellent job!
| Starlight Pheonix chapter 1 . 10/14/2012
This is amazing! And very sad!
I feel horrible for L because of how it depicts his childhood. How could a little boy who is an orphan want or desire absolutely nothing? No candy or sewwts? What about his parents? I agree with Dumbledore when he says he doesn't want to hear somthing so terrible. It just pulls at your heart hearing The Mirror of Erisid shows nothing.
Great job. This is so original.
| KnowledgeandImagination chapter 1 . 10/7/2012
I feel a little scared and sad for L here. I feel like going there and saving him from that horrible place, but also I feel like he would reject anyone helping him like that.
Though, I guess we can always hope he was just lying. he does say he lies a lot, but I guess that's not what was really happening...
| MalikOfDarkness chapter 1 . 8/23/2012
Those bastards! How could they do that to L?
| BundleofContradictions chapter 1 . 2/7/2012
That was well written, and I like the idea that Watari, AKA Quillish Wammy had help building the awful, identity-negating (no one has a real name/is allowed to reveal his or her real name) "orphange" of his. It makes me wonder about the other Wammy boys. Near would have passed the Erised test, but Mello...maybe he would have run away from the orphanage sooner than he did after being tested like that, because it would have tortured him. And the idea of Mello saving himself sooner is a nice idea.
| Maara Annika chapter 1 . 11/8/2011
I remember I’ve read this ages ago as someone had recommended this but I wasn’t familiar with Death Note. Now when I’ve rediscovered this story and made myself familiar with DN universe, I can appreciate it so much better.
This is one scary and disturbing look at L and persons who should have care about little child.
Thought I feel obligated to be one of these who remind you that Dumbledore said once to Harry that for truly happy person it would be just like ordinary mirror. Sorry, you probably had heard it million times.
Anyway you have written an excellent horror.
"I knew it! I knew we'd trained him well enough!"
I want to boil alive these bastards for what they have done to L.
| Bladre MKT chapter 1 . 8/28/2011
wow... a lil creppy, and dark, yet there is a undertone that i do not think ya saw, dumbledore says that a really happy man could look at the mirror and not see anything but itself, soo this fic could be taken as a L is empty, or L is quite happy with what he is, but in both cases, is still creepy for a 8-year old to do so i think...
| In The Mix chapter 1 . 8/24/2011
Actually it could also means he has everything that he wants. L is not a normal person so just looking in his eyes (unless he read his mind) won't tell you if he's happy or not. Just saying. Interesting story. I thought it was L going to find out who Kira was or something by having his deepest desire to learn his identity.
| killing u with umbrellas chapter 1 . 8/19/2011
i like it. but i do find it odd that it's automatically assumed that because he see's a normal mirror he must have no desires, dumbledore himself says, "the happiest man on earth would be able to use the mirror of erised like a normal mirror, that is, he would look into it and see himself exactly as he is."(hpss)
does dumbledore think it's impossible for anyone to be that happy?
| DainoChild chapter 1 . 7/10/2011
Absolutely and positively spooky. Fantastically written, too.