|Reviews for The Birds Sing of Sorrow|
| Cruelest Sea chapter 1 . 4/7/2013
Beautiful and poignant.
| littleyeteager chapter 1 . 8/27/2010
That was beautiful.
I still cry when I watch The Greatest Enemy (I must have watched it hundreds of times), but reading this was the first time in years I felt the sorrow that I felt when I was ten years old and seeing it for the first time.
Marion was so lost and so broken and you captured that perfectly. But you found the hope as well.
| Lisa Paris chapter 1 . 8/10/2010
Beautiful - truly beautiful - and so heart-achingly sad. I could never quite accept Marion would ever love Robert as she loved Robin, and always chose to believe it was the others and a sense of honour and memory which made her return to Sherwood.
I love the way you use the bird imagery - and the way you work through the feelings and reactions of the outlaws, as well as Marion's bitterness and grief. The descriptions of nature and the forest itself aare sensitive and marvellously well-written.
Thanks for such a lovely piece.