|Reviews for The Orbit of Angels|
| daffidil chapter 1 . 3/14/2013
no idea why i haven't reviewed, cos i loved this to pieces...
beautiful songs you've picked the lyrics from, too...
| Dlvvanzor chapter 1 . 3/20/2012
So sweet! :D
| Skyfullofstars chapter 1 . 11/15/2011
Okay, another one I saved...just for an afternoon like this...when I needed to be reminded that Love...even if we write it as fiction...can go out into the world and changes things...change people...break our hearts...ruin us...make us over...and it doesn't matter if it's fiction because I'm not sure what is fiction anymore and what isn't?
If words can break your heart when people say them and they can break your heart when they're written down...is there a difference and does it matter anyway?
| emma de los nardos chapter 1 . 8/13/2011
I don't usually like song fics but this one wants me want to go and listen to some of these songs again! But, really, what I like most about this story is how you describe the love between these two men. Thank you!
| MissiYoung chapter 1 . 2/20/2011
aww! i love this little duo-both the pairing and the fics lol. great work, thank so much for sharing it!
| grannysknitting chapter 1 . 1/27/2011
angsty yet so good - thanks for sharing
| Archea chapter 1 . 12/30/2010
I can't believe you only got one review so far for this song of a fic which is so much more than a songfic. Yeah, I know I'm repeating myself but there. One must admire the writer's patience, because it would be so tempting to rush where authors must fear to tread, and take easy shortcuts to describe their feelings. While you use the songs as landmarks to circumscribe its complex aspects, its endearing bizareness and its natural harmony, and everything makes sense in the end. This is really rewarding reading (though I should really get on with translating...
(Oh, you'll never get what I'm translating right now. I'll give you a clue : it's a geostrategic essay and the subject begins with an A for... yes, exactly.)
| Atlin Merrick chapter 1 . 12/5/2010
* Which comes first, the lyrics or the story? Because the lyrics fit so flawlessly with the beautiful tale you tell...
* I love that this time it's from John's viewpoint. And:
* "To be next to Sherlock Holmes is to be in the path of a black hole." Why is that utterly brilliant and a summation of that character? I'm not sure, but it is.