|Reviews for Fireworks|
| TaekwondoAssKicking chapter 1 . 11/2
This is so good! ;D
| Please send me messages chapter 1 . 1/10/2014
I like your Mulan's character. Her personality, so well done. I can relate.
| sad outlooker chapter 1 . 2/12/2012
This is simply beautiful. I needed this since a while now. The language you used is calming, relaxing and it bring a smile to reader's face. I'm happy you published this.
No action, no shiners from battles, delicate. And pure. I find it pure. Pureness against Mulan disagree on woman position in her world. She's just so unique person.
| GrandiloquentHeartlessness chapter 1 . 9/26/2010
You write with grace. Your descriptions are stunning, and your ability to get into Mulan's head is impressive. I love the way you explored the contrast between war and home- and between a woman's life and a man's- which is something that the movie kind of skimmed over.
| travis chapter 1 . 9/12/2010
i luv this you should continue
| levy120 chapter 1 . 8/7/2010
I love how this fanfic is so poetic, yet sarcastic in the same way. This seems like such an unusual combination, but you combine it well. It was easy and fun to read )
However much thoughts you express on this, the whole thing still seems really distant though - but in this case, it's good. I don't mind the Shang part missing at all. Goes for 'dramatic' silence. Well done.
| thecoldest raindrops are tears chapter 1 . 7/29/2010
awww I really did wish it would have been a Mulan and Shang piece becuase this really was a beautiful story. I just can't imagine Mulan leaving Shang alone with her parents without even inviting him. It is a bit rude for her and unlike her, but then again, she needed to get away from the society she left in the first place.
Very well written, and I absolutely loved it! :)
I hope you do write more Mulan!
| YesIEatQuiche chapter 1 . 7/28/2010
Not what I was expecting, but I loved it! This is going straight to my favorites.
I enjoyed the contrast of the soldier way of life in the camp to what Mulan is experiencing when she returns home. I also enjoyed the tidbits about chaffed skin from the coarse cotton-something I have never thought about before- and bound feet.
I very much enjoyed these lines for some reason: "It was a great favorite, and had the added benefit of perfectly complementing the magnolia blossoms that decorated the inner courtyard...Nobody thought in terms of complements, or flowers." I suppose I just liked it for the different meanings of the word complement.
But my favorite part (besides the horse thing of course) was Mulan's reflections upon looking in the mirror. And about Khan, I thought that was very sweet; though you surprised me-I thought for sure Shang would trail her. However I think you chose to end it in a better way.
I suppose that is all I can think of to say at the moment. Excellent job! XD
PS I love how you were inspired at Disney World
| Don'tCare001 chapter 1 . 7/28/2010
really your story is wonderfull! keep writing!