|Reviews for The Sounds of Silence|
| aurorawinter chapter 2 . 12/23/2012
Honestly, I say this is better than the episode when they are breaking up for the first time. I remember thinking, the love they have is not as strong as I think it is. Hope restored with the 'our ten kids' speech from Arizona. Thank God for fanfiction :D Nice work, quite emotional even though it's only a couple of chapters.
| DarXe chapter 2 . 9/10/2010
The only thing I can think to say after such an amazingly emotional and well written story is just.. WOW... Doesn't seem enough to say how I feel after reading, but just.. Wow.
| TheUSofCalzona chapter 2 . 3/27/2010
In the words of one Arizona Robbins, awesome.
| AnywhereElse chapter 2 . 3/16/2010
| aca-avenger chapter 2 . 3/15/2010
I absolutely, positively adored this! It was so great! :D
I really liked how you had this whole steps thing at the begining. I thought it was very contemplative and interesting. It was quite unique! (Y)
As much as I'm not a fan of smoking I liked how you added Arizona's vice to this story, you made it fit the moment, in the show I never believed it fitting her character but here I do. Great job on that front! (Y)
To put this lightly, the dream sequence was GENIUS! I LOVED IT! D
I can completely seeing this happening in Arizona head. You had me pretty much speechless and tearing up by the end of it. I can't even describe how amazing it was! D Tempe was so cute, by the way! (:
I really liked Arizona's reaction to the dream. It was realistic. Very well done! I really loved how Callie was there, at first I thought Arizona was seeing things but I realized she was actually there. The fact Callie carried her to bed I found very endearing and sweet.
The whole bed scene was just endearing and sweet in general. I adored it! (:
This story is officially one of my favorites! You should write Calzona more often, you really have a way of capturing the characters :)
Hope to read more from you ! D
| Rosalie Duquesne chapter 2 . 3/15/2010
That was really great ! Love how u helped Callie to understand and the ending !
The dream was kinda disturbing but necessary for us to understand AZ's point of view...awesome job once again! :)
| Theresa chapter 2 . 3/15/2010
I loved this story! So well done!
| OnceInAWhile chapter 2 . 3/14/2010
This was great. I was really frustrated after learning about Arizona not wanting children and this was a great way to give some perspective to the thoughts that she might, in fact, be having
| aca-avenger chapter 1 . 3/14/2010
Great job for your first Grey's fanfic! Welcome to the club!
Your characterization of Callie and Arizona is really great! D
The whole Callie and Arizona interaction with their patient was very adorable, as bitter sweet as it was. The lollipop thing is completely Arizona! (Y)
The confrontation about why Arizona doesn't want children of her own was done extremely well! I loved it! Arizona asking Callie exactly what she was talking about was quite cute to be honest (: Her trying to avoid the conversation at work was something I could definitely see her character doing.
Having them working on the two year old boy was so heartbreaking! I can't believe that he died! It was so sad. But it clearly made Arizona's point for her. The whole bile rising in Callie was an interesting addition, I think that you added to her character in some way by doing that.
"Arizona was next to her again, gazing up at her with a hard, frozen stare. Empty tears brimming her eyes." This line killed me. I couldn't help but get teary-eyed over it! It was so painful to read but it was heartbreakingly beautiful. (:
I can't wait for your next update!
Hope it's real soon! D
| AiLing chapter 1 . 3/13/2010
Ooh...this is so well written!
| xxCalzonaxx chapter 1 . 3/13/2010
Wow... I have no words... I loved it. Absolutely adored this. Heartbreaking, and yet so true at the same time.
| Robbin Torres chapter 1 . 3/13/2010
I'm hoping what happened in this chapter doesn't change Callie's mind because I personally think she and Arizona would make great parents. Can't wait to see where this story goes from here.