|Reviews for Letters to Mendanbar|
| Guest chapter 3 . 4/14/2017
I LOVE these. Short and sweet, but such a fun insight into her life. Thanks for the read!
| Drollittle chapter 3 . 5/5/2016
I am rereading these now too, with my husband because he didn't read them as a kid. I've been hungry for more of the story, and your letters are just perfect! I hope you keep writing more—do they meet any more wizards or dangerous persons? In TtD, Daystar has a profound respect for Cimorene (more than the typical teenage boy). Do you think he ever had a rebellious phase? What events might have led him to feel like Cimorene "always had a reason for what she told him to do"?
| Booksavenger chapter 3 . 2/13/2016
This is awesome! I forgot a long time ago about these books, so thanj you for the posting. I agree with you that the time jump of, what? 17 or so years made you miss a lot of the poyentially wonderful storyline that would have made the series better. Again thank you.
[And. Its also exciting that someone else has read these]
| Red Bess Rackham chapter 3 . 10/5/2015
Oh, my memory is so rusty on this series, but I love that you've picked this fic up again! I enjoy these little snapshots you've created. :D
| Professor Maka chapter 1 . 7/26/2013
Nice concept and I think you hit the tone pretty well. Too bad you didn't continue.
| Athena Goddess of the Wise chapter 1 . 9/27/2011
I hate how long Cimorene has to wait for Mendanbar!
| Witchy Pixie chapter 1 . 3/8/2011
Oh wow...this is pretty epic.
| LTAOZFAN chapter 1 . 1/19/2011
I think you have hit on a wonderful idea! After all, a lot must happen in Cimorene's life while Daystar is growing up, and she would be sure to write a letter to tell Mendenbar about it soon after something happened, while the memory is fresh.
I seem to recall that in the Fourth book Cimorene and Daystar are living in a remote place, by themselves. You must explain when and how the move took place. And why it was necessary. Then there is Daystar's comment that some visitor's thought Cimorene was a sorceress. There are a lot of possibilities for interesting short stories in this territory you've staked out.
You have a very nice story here, and the characters sound right. I hope to see more of it in due time.
"Them's my views, amen, so be it."
"Treasure Island," by R. L. Stevenson
| Red Bess Rackham chapter 1 . 12/24/2010
Cute! I *LOVE* this series, it's so excellent. The whole Medanbar getting trapped always threw me for a loop. I haven't read the books in a really long time, I can't really accurately critique much of this (I had to really strain my brain trying to remember who Willin and some of the other side characters mentioned were - that shows how long it's been since I read them, haha) but anyways, it sounded all good to me. It was cute! Well done, T!
| Curlscat chapter 1 . 11/26/2010
Aw, that was sweet, and sort of melancholy. I'd like to see more. Nice job!
| Musafreen chapter 1 . 11/21/2010
Mhm, I like the idea a lot. Seventeen years is a hell of a time gap, and it's nice to have something to fill it.
I think you have Cimorene down fine. She might be a little more poetic than I expect her to be, but considering how fresh the wounds are, I figure that's justifiable. I'd advise adding in a bit more sarcasm to later chapters, though.
I can imagine whatever you described pretty well too. Not bad. :)