Reviews for Forgiveness
RikuTakano chapter 1 . 5/6/2012
I, like, totally loved this, these kind of stories with bits of history in them, I love 'em.
zelda-ff chapter 1 . 8/30/2010
I really love this! I don't see a lot of Ludwig-Feliks friendship stuff, so this is really nice. Really nicely written, too. :D
ShihanaAmaya chapter 1 . 5/19/2010
Hmmm... Mi się podoba. Takie podnoszące na duchu.

Generalnie, tylko jedna drobna rada, stan wojenny to "martial law".

A ta poza tym to boskie. ]
freivolk chapter 1 . 9/7/2009
This is really a great and thoughtful story.
Metheor chapter 1 . 8/10/2009
Oo, relacje polsko - niemieckie, czyli coś, co lubię najbardziej ;)

Bardzo ładnie napisany fik, zwłaszcza pierwszy fragment, ten tuż po wojnie podobał mi się najbardziej. Dobrze przedstawione uczucia Polski, to jak sobie obiecuje, że nigdy Niemcom nie wybaczy. Nic dziwnego, tyle przeżył... Ich relacje też są dobrze pokazane. Świetnie pokazany wątek wypędzonych Niemców, to jest bardzo drażliwy temat i moje poglądy są takie jak Polski podczas rozmowy z Gilbertem, to dobrze, że pokazujesz też podejście niemieckie.

Nie podobało mi się tylko, że im dalej tym fragmenty stawały się krótsze i jakby mniej dopracowane - np ten o NATO. Ale ogólnie, bardzo dobry fik.

(kurcze, sama piszę akurat coś podobnego i teraz się boję to wstawić, żeby nie było, że ściągnęłam ;p)
ProcrastinatingPalindrome chapter 1 . 8/3/2009
This is really an incredible piece of work! It's very emotional and intense, and I love how you write both Poland and Germany. Few people can write Poland in a serious setting (especially one as serious as this!) but you absolutely nailed it. Excellent work, really.
La Loo La Low chapter 1 . 7/31/2009
Thank you. This needed to be written.

There are a few grammar errors and differences in translation, such as the Warsaw Upstanding- It's called the Warsaw Uprising in English, but other than that, it was amazing. This made me tear up.
Teabag Puzzle chapter 1 . 7/29/2009
I thought this masterpiece must cost you much time, energy and imagination.

I won't doubt that it is created by a wise and insightful Polish because it has demonstrated so much historical evidence and scenes that may not be so well-known to all. Poland has sufferd so much from the WW2 and so has my motherland. I can completely feel the scars, pains and wrath that Feliks had.

I'm not intended to argue whether the Great Depression or whatever something had the power to drive a country mad, I only want to say, what Ludwig had caused is reality, but at least he expressed the sincerest apology and show willingness to make up for what he had done. That's enough. Even the God may make mistakes, needless to say we human may do the wrong things sometimes.

Maybe what Feliks need is time and tolerance to let those wounds healed. War was over and at present we have our own battles to fight. History will continue to move and I believe we will have a peaceful and brilliant future.

Thanks for your fiction.