|Reviews for Letting Go|
| Emma-Please1 chapter 33 . 9/12
I love this so much! I can't even put it into words. Like, where has this been all my life. Absolutely brilliant.
| Brytte Mystere chapter 33 . 9/11
I love this way too much. Thanks for this marvellous fic!
| caffeinechick chapter 33 . 6/5
This is the third time I read this fic and I still love it so much
time cry while reading the sequel
| brightflare chapter 33 . 5/23
| RAB Crookshanks chapter 1 . 1/31
I love the first thing he really thinks is "Lamppost." It's a very Edmund-y thing.
| lovebooks-P.M chapter 33 . 12/15/2015
I must say this is one of the most wonderful Narnian stories i have ever read. I felt so many different, intrinsic emotions while reading it. Anger, sadness, frustration, happiness, faith... i just wanted to thank you for writing such an amazing story. Truly, i cannot express my emotions right now. So let this be.
May Aslan or God be always with you and in your pen,
| KK chapter 33 . 9/24/2015
The only thing that's missing from this master piece... I want to see that book that Edmund left! It has got to be funny!
| KK chapter 25 . 9/21/2015
| KK chapter 23 . 9/21/2015
| KK chapter 22 . 9/21/2015
Good Chapter here!
| KK chapter 12 . 9/21/2015
Nice talks here!
| KK chapter 6 . 9/21/2015
| Sue Clover chapter 33 . 8/20/2015
Aaaaaahhh. That was a good story. I didn't review much while reading it, but it was really good, and I didn't have much to comment on because there wasn't hardly anything wrong with it. I can't think of anything wrong with it at the moment, either, though I know that nothing's perfect.
I first liked this story because it was focused on Edmund, as he's my favorite. I loved how it highlighted how competent and wise he is. I loved how easily he was able to fit in with the Telmarines, and act like a stable boy. I loved how well he guided Caspian and befriended him. I liked how he remained himself, even when his flaws showed, perhaps because of them. After all, everyone makes mistakes, even kings. I loved the focus on the love between siblings, not only b/w Peter and Edmund, but between Edmund and Caspian, and Lucy and Susan and the others, as well. There were times when I wanted to shake Peter or hit him upside the head, but I think you managed to do that well enough. I loved how one of the main themes and purposes of the story was appreciating Edmund, because he is an amazing cinnamon roll and deserves to be appreciated.
| Sue Clover chapter 25 . 8/20/2015
What are armholes? You mean armpits? How can you have a hole in your arm...
| Sue Clover chapter 19 . 8/20/2015
okeydoke. Very like. I like. I like this story, have I mentioned?