|Reviews for In the Museum of Art|
| ImperialGirl chapter 1 . 5/8
You know Thrawn as a child would have TOTALLY lived out "From the Mixed-Up Files of Mrs Basil E. Frankweiler" if he could. I mean, to be honest...is there any museum/art/history geek kid who HASN'T wanted to live in a museum? The Snite's had to gently nudge me to the door and at my own job we're all begging to be allowed a sleepover.
And I can't imagine being his teacher. There's always that one kid...
| Mareda chapter 3 . 11/28/2009
sweet i really liked it
you said End...of this particular story
does that mean there will be a squeal?
| LadyRavena chapter 3 . 11/19/2009
Hey! I loved it. Especially when he realized that if he'd been a bit less "that's okay" with his first sets of punishments, he might have stopped the last one. So afterthoughtish of him.
I agree with the naming system. A Matriarchal system of linages makes more sense, especially when in Outbound Flight, he mentions something about how his descendants would be tied into the the ruling family, but not him. So, he was to be a pick for a lady of linage, not really brought into the line. (it's been awhile since I read that book, I think that was what he meant.)
Good show, and I am proud to have a copy of this saved at home.
| Serratia chapter 1 . 10/6/2009
Love it. ) Hope this means you've returned to the Star Wars Fandom.
Did you have real existing artworks in mind when writing this?
| LadyRavena chapter 1 . 10/5/2009
Very well done. I get the sense that he was given a lot of "detentions", or "punishments" by his family, and that they were more liberal than the teachers and mainstream society would like.
I like it! *hugs*
| Randomwriter chapter 1 . 10/4/2009
Hee, hee, I love Thrawn stories. Smart kid.
| gythia chapter 1 . 10/3/2009
This is delightful! So does he find out the answer to the mystery?