|Reviews for The Illusion of Freedom|
| KikoBarcelona chapter 10 . 5/14
I know that I arrive... 4 years later.
I readed the first one and I liked.
But Now I am enjoying even more this second part.
Thanks for your writing.
| Hayley chapter 23 . 11/27/2014
Yes! I want to know how this Cashmere and Gloss ended up hardened careers in the 75th hunger games - were they in on the plot and pretending not to be because there was no way katniss would have believed them? Did Falco get caught and become a Avox? etcetc etc
| Hayley chapter 4 . 11/24/2014
I have to say I have also been dreading this next part, but we all know it is coming. Somehow the capital is always the victor and even when you think you have won you have to discover you have actually lost and dying in the arena would have been more merciful. Such a pity as I am starting to like cashmere - but something had to happen to her to harden her that she wasn't part of the revolution.
| melliemoo chapter 23 . 10/17/2014
It was just as brilliant the second read. Off to part 3!
| Flow4110 chapter 17 . 7/24/2014
I love love love your stories and I also love how you make them so long and I am exited to see what happens to cashmere and snow!
| Hannah chapter 1 . 12/23/2013
Wow! Just, wow! I've read all your Hunger Games stories. I I love Love is a Battlefield so much! Half way through, I was wanting Katniss dead. But all your stories are so amazing! I love what you do, taking people like Cato, Clove, Cashmere and Enobaria, who we think of as villains, and making them into real human beings, who are just so broken inside. More broken than Katniss probably was. It really brings home that
message that no one is born a bad person, no-one can murder and destroy without suffering themselves. And that no-one ever really wins the Hunger that! Great job! I hope I turn out to be as great a writer as you.
| braders101 chapter 23 . 9/22/2013
Just finished reading both stories about Cashmere. And you're a fantastic writer.
I have always had something with cashmere, always curious about her, and you have really brought out her character to me.
Thank you for keeping me amused. I will now be reading many of your other fictions.
:) I feel blessed.
| Guest chapter 23 . 2/9/2013
| Mads515 chapter 21 . 12/8/2012
This is amazing! I love gloss as a character and cashmere too:) there should be more cashmere and gloss fanfics out there!
| IloveFinnickOdairHG chapter 21 . 10/30/2012
Ursala reminds me of friends
| Anla'shok chapter 23 . 10/10/2012
Knew it... I liked that old lady! *sniffs*
At least Falco and Narissa are still alive.
A great story both for the characters, the action and the political aspect. I'll eventually read the sequel when it'll be wise for me to take an evening off to read
| Anla'shok chapter 22 . 10/10/2012
The Narissa/Cashmere interaction was hysterical.
Of course Satin would marry Miracle. *huffs*
the rebellion is doomed unless they stay underground another decade or so (or you make this AU), it sort of kills the joy of seeing them all plot. But the plotting is still fun.
| Anla'shok chapter 20 . 10/10/2012
Kick ass old woman is the M of Capitol's secret services? (well, rebel recruitment agency, but it's the same thing. Cool! Come on Cashmere, kill Miracle, it's not like Snow's going to give you hell for it.
| Anla'shok chapter 19 . 10/10/2012
I have this thing for abrasive characters as long as they don't go overboard in the unpleasant. Satin is fun.
| Anla'shok chapter 18 . 10/10/2012
Wow this chapter was almost cheerful. So a rebellion is building up, what fun