|Reviews for Off the Edge of the Map|
| The Farmer chapter 22 . 8/30/2014
Cliffhanger! You can't just abandon the story with a CLIFFHANGER!
| The Farmer chapter 4 . 8/29/2014
This is a fantastic story! Your writing style is sooo superb and engaging! Please don't leave fanfiction now...
Or at least tell me the names of all the best-sellers that you've published so I can read them!
| Guest chapter 22 . 3/31/2014
Are you kidding me this is where you stopped? It's been over a year! :p This is seriously an AMAZING story with two awesome fandoms! You are a brilliant writer! Please come back and finish this up! Pretty please?
| raptorvelociraptor chapter 22 . 1/30/2014
For a story so brilliantly written as this, my mind cannot comprehend why it doesn't have more reviews. I earnestly hope that you find some time to continue this.
| CrispyChips chapter 22 . 6/30/2013
This is the best Pirates of the Caribbean crossover fanfiction I've ever read! It's awesome! I love the 'pirate speak' as well! Keep up the good work
| Lucy Inglorion chapter 22 . 9/14/2012
Hurrah! For quite a few months now I've been hoping beyond hope that you hadn't been captured and done away with by skeleton pirates annoyed at your negative depiction of them. (For the record, I think your treatment of all the characters, especially Jack and Edmund are simply brilliant.) Thank you for saving me when I was driven to the scale of boredom that could have prompted me to do something inadvisable and stupid, like try to mount a rescue. :) Welcome back.
| GoTeamSkipper chapter 22 . 9/12/2012
Oh how exciting!
Gosh, I don't know where to start! Will does seem rather dumb (lol) at times, Jack is hilarious and I'm glad he was trying to keep them alive, Elizabeth is wonderful like always, and we finally got to Narnia!
Uh oh, I just realized that Edmund won't be healed of the wounds he received! O.O that could be bad!
This is one crazy narnian/pirates crossover and I love it!
| chris chapter 22 . 9/10/2012
interesting but why not make it harder for Barbossa and the rest of the group that came into Narnia trapped temporarily by having the passage between worlds suddenly disappear.
| Koraki chapter 22 . 9/7/2012
Fantastic new chapter - I'm so glad you updated. It was definitely worth the wait. I loved everyone's characterization in this new installment, and was especially glad to see Locust again. He's amusing.
You are great at writing dialogue. It's funny (in a good way), everyone has a unique voice, and there's a plethora of wonderful one-liners.
The end of this chapter was unexpected - looks like the story's taking a turn for the worse (again, I suppose - you're good at plot twists). At least nobody has died yet, and hopefully everyone will be able to escape their various predicaments. I'm rather worried about Edmund in particular...
| Guest chapter 2 . 9/7/2012
I never liked her. expecially not it the books
| mae-E chapter 22 . 9/6/2012
cool chapter. glad to see you back
| Guest chapter 6 . 8/25/2012
Aha amazing! Orally and utterly amazing! Id forgotten it was a crossover until the last line! Can't wait to see their reactions to a probably rather drunk jack! Keep writing xxxx
| GoTeamSkipper chapter 21 . 3/25/2012
I LOVE THIS! I got to admit it's a little weird, but come on, your mixing Pirates and Narnia! That in itself is an accomplishment. I know it's been almost 4 months, but I would love another chapter if you ever get some idea's.
Love skeleton Ed, and Caspian and Susan are adorible together. Jack is as funny as always, and Lizzie seems to hate him as much as ever. I cringed and shivered when Will was being sown up by jack, and he was hilarious drunk. I sorta wish we could see more of Peter, but I assume we will in the next few chapters. I love Grassroot and Lucy, that faun is just the nicest and bravest thing!
Great work, hope you keep it up!
I just totally forgot about Locust, I wonder what happened to him.
| Marcus S. Lazarus chapter 21 . 1/12/2012
An original and intriguing concept lead into a highly engaging story; congratulations.
The idea of exploring the history of the pirates who became the Telmarines is one of those ideas that so few people really seem to explore, and your abrupt start created some very interesting possibilities even if it raised a few more questions.
Admittedly, I’d think that Susan would take a BIT longer to start disbelieving her memories of Narnia than this- personally, I think that she probably started rejecting her memories after Lucy and Edmund’s return trip confirmed that SHE wasn’t going to go back-, but that aside the situation was definitely interesting, and her response upon her return to Narnia and reunion with Reepicheep was certainly effective.
Still, the circumstances that lead to the Pevensies and Caspian meeting Jack and Elizabeth were rather interesting, to say nothing of Jadis’s resurrection (I assume her soul was just drawn back to her original world after her demise?) and the reference to “The Magician’s Nephew” to account for her resurrection.
While I would have liked to see Lucy or Greenroot’s initial reaction when they learned about the curse placed on the ‘Black Pearl’ and her crew by the Aztec gold, their subsequent captivity on the ‘Pearl’ was rather interesting- Jack continues to be VERY hard to predict to any degree, although I do think there are a few occasions where he’s talking about his allegiance and motives where he could be a bit more succinct than he is-, and the latest curse-related twist is DEFINITELY going to make things more difficult...
Hope you update soon; with the possibility of the Caribbean crews about to travel into Narnia, things are unquestionably about to get VERY interesting (If nothing else, I wonder what Jack will have to say to an actual GOD if/when he and Aslan end up coming face-to-face?)...
| Koraki chapter 20 . 12/18/2011
This is, in all honesty, probably the best crossover I've ever read...and I've read a good amount of crossovers. Your writing mechanics are very nearly flawless, your dialogue is fantastic, and the multi-faceted plot is to die for. I especially commend you on your perfect characterization - it's rare to find a fanfiction, let alone a crossover, in which every character is nearly identical to their canon selves. Your OCs are amazing; I love them all, even the villains, though I think I'm developing an especial soft spot for the adorably obstinant Locust.
Suffice it to say that I'm favoriting this story and look forward eagerly to your next update! I cannot wait to see which direction this wonderfully detailed plot will go next.