|Reviews for Slipping Between Worlds|
| GuesssWho chapter 1 . 11/3/2013
I think that everyone in Ireland knows damn well how to deal the witches and Fair Folk. You almost have to, in the magic places of the world.
| GuesssWho chapter 51 . 11/1/2013
Have we done the fingerprints joke yet? I forget.
| Mary Craig chapter 51 . 7/23/2013
Happy egg :-) a new chapter, and it's a rich one too. It pulls in strands and weaves them into the whole.
A sort of tidy up before the story goes where though ?
Good stuff, an interesting read, and I'm really glad that this tale continues.
Thank you for writing and posting.
| A.A. Pessimal chapter 43 . 7/23/2013
Hi, this is the author speaking! Just let you all know i've opened a Works page on ths fanfic on tvtropes, which is one hell of a great site.
http;\\ \pmwiki\ \FanFic\SlippingBetweenWorlds (just insert full rather than semicolon and reverse the direction of the slashes).
| semke 11 chapter 51 . 7/23/2013
Great as always! I've been waiting for this update, and I'm glad you haven't given up on this fic yet.
| Falero lero lero chapter 50 . 6/5/2013
I like your chapters.
| Freyalyn chapter 50 . 4/12/2013
Glad to see more on this one.
"Meanwhile, in far Karn-Li, something scrabbled at the desert sand..."
I did wonder!
| Paulajie chapter 50 . 4/14/2013
I always get excited when I see any new chapter for your stories but "slipping between worlds" in particular. I'm a born South African and Irish through my moms family and its great to learn so much about real history in a fictional world. South Africa doesn't really teach much world history except the world wars so my knowledge of Irish history is mostly from the Internet.
Anyway I'm really enjoying this piece and I hope it keeps your interest and you keep updating.
| GuesssWho chapter 45 . 4/12/2013
Wouldn't it be hippocampi, not wyverns? Wyverns are two-legged dragons.
| GuesssWho chapter 50 . 4/11/2013
So, will the sensitivity training include the gorgon? Goblins? Gnolls? Other things that start with G?
| awilla the hun chapter 14 . 3/16/2013
The George Macdonald Fraser fan in me loves the portrayal of the squaddies, and I'm not as much of a Pratchett fan, but from what I've read it fits with the Post WWII British Army perfectly. Great stuff!
| Freyalyn chapter 49 . 1/23/2013
Thanks, sweetie, for the update. Working where I do, I have come across a Ms Partleigh more than once.
| Freyalyn chapter 48 . 12/3/2012
Interesting... and sad.
| Mary Craig chapter 48 . 11/26/2012
So glad you found you mojo for this one :-) and I agree; it is good, very good indeed...and so is the latest chapter.
It's nice to finally get a richness to Alice's character, well, both of them, iimmc, and lovely to hear her describe Denise.
Hex and Ponder too seem 'right'; benevolently inclined intelligence.
Your Welsh platoon sounds awfully like my brother's Scottish one, and Dand MacNeill's come to think on it. That sarky, smart humour, where intonation carries the meaning far more than the words at times. Cock of the Walk strut too :)
Greenham Common left squaddies sickened with disgust that women could behave like that; the soldiers had to wear waterproofs so that they could wash off the filth that was thrown at them. Rabid harridans was the kindest description, even from those who otherwise agreed with their politics.
Thank you for the tale, and for posting. As ever, lots to stick in the mind to mull over.
| CarrieVS chapter 48 . 11/26/2012
Glad you've got your mojo back.
I like this one. I like the characters; your OCs are good and you write Pratchett's charaters convincingly as well.
This chapter feels very first draft-y, though - obviously, if it is just a first draft, then that's fine. You mention having covered a lot less ground than you planned but still writing a lot: classic symptoms. Not that you're even close to 'cut it in half' territory, but it does feel a bit loose in places. And a few typos.
Keep going with it; I'm hooked.