Reviews for Quizzical
MissPinkCupCake chapter 1 . 10/8/2013
Aaaaah!

I love this scene! :p You did it justice.

xoxo

p.s. I too fell from my seat when I saw that kiss! It's been years now, but it still gets me every single time. #lovedorianandbasil
KashyaCharsi chapter 1 . 12/18/2011
Yes, you have a good memory for details. But his stuttering is rather "I h-hardly think...". I know it, because I have already watched this kissing scene tattered.
DarkLordRaven chapter 1 . 3/4/2011
Hott. And just like the scene. :D
Kira the DaySlayer chapter 1 . 9/28/2010
Perfect. You completely got the scene. Well done.
Secretsofthedarkness chapter 1 . 9/14/2010
I like it I spend so long searching for good fanfiction xD. I love Dorian/Basil and you really captured the scene and showed what Basil was probably thinking. Kudos! :D
Pachelbel chapter 1 . 8/11/2010
That was perfect in every sense of the word.

Thank you for such a splendid story-I dearly hope you'll decide to do more in this fandom!
lost soul's keeper chapter 1 . 1/15/2010
only one review? I'm supriesd. I haven't seen this movie yet but I a gonna have too (I've loved this pairing since I read the book it's so obvious basil has a crush on dorian)

This is good. I think you really let the emoitons be felt.

Kudos to you!
highland girl 1592 chapter 1 . 1/12/2010
Have you've seen the original 1945 film

or read the novel? They're both good.

When the novel was first published,people

were upset because Oscar Wilde didn't specify

which sins Dorian Gray had committed and he said

that whatever sins the reader imagines Dorian

Gray committing are his readers that is.:)

I don't think that I would like this latest version,

in the novel and in the '45 film it was simply hinted

at as to what Basil's real feelings towards Dorian

,it is best not to have things spelled

out..and just leave it to your imagination.;)

p. Merry Old England,the men have always been

notorious never more so than during

the Victorian didn't like intelligent women

so they kept them a result,their women were

useless and vacuous,and the men couldn't stand their

creations(just like ).Naturally,the men

blamed the women for their stupidity and they turned to

each other for company..sexual and otherwise.

Their Gentlemen Clubs never allowed women(they

still don't far as I know).:\ But your story is good.:)