|Reviews for Violence, Voyeurism and Vigilantes|
| ZimmMaster chapter 24 . 3/27
That last chapter before the epilogue hit me right in the feels. I was disappointed to see there was no sequel but oh well. It was a fantastic story either way.
| oi770 chapter 3 . 2/17
| Dragon34 chapter 24 . 1/18
I really liked this. I felt you had the characters all down really well even if I don't prefer a blonde Shepard. Lol. It was sad and hot and emotional and very well written. I do like how you went into how she was a fugitive which was something I thought about after finishing the Suicide mission myself. However having her be captured at the end rather than turning herself in left a somewhat sour taste cause she honestly was going to do the right thing. Felt like it diminished her honor a bit. BUT it was all still amazing and I hope to read more from you. Thanks for writing.
| vanitybites chapter 2 . 3/17/2017
Not even done reading chapter 2 and I'm already crying..
| Atom Eve chapter 24 . 6/28/2016
this was amazing
| asstown chapter 5 . 6/7/2016
| camillion684 chapter 24 . 6/3/2016
This was absolutely AMAZING! Thabk you for writing such a great, great story. It felt real and gave me so many emotions. I never stoped reading it and dreaded the final chapter. I wish it never ended and only hope that maybe one day there could be a sequel with the reapers. I love the story and dynamic between shepard and garrus. Thank you for this!
| Paris chapter 24 . 12/8/2015
I don't read fanfic often. I get too attached to my own headcanon and too many of them are unfinished as well. So I just had to say that this is one of the best things-fanfic or not-that I have ever read. I laughed out loud until my shoulders shook, I cried, I dreaded and despaired. I was viscerally uncomfortable (Garrus and Liara...but not in a bad way), angry, sad, blissfully happy, touched. I could taste Omega. I could feel Palaven. I could hear the bustle of the Citadel. This was amazing. The way you got into Kaidan's head was fascinating and changed the way I viewed a character that I've largely hated through the game series. Thank you, thank you, thank you for sharing.
| Guest chapter 24 . 12/3/2015
Thank you. That last chapter was a gut-punch, and I hoped for a happy "ending" I didn't receive, but it was wonderful regardless. The dialogue was true to the characters, the OC's were good and fit in seamlessly.
I guess the fact that I got this far is testament to how good it was-especially since I'm not often one to read fiction. Anyway, again, thank you. I'm not going to forget the visual of a Volus on a mechanical bull anytime soon (even though it was a throwaway line, I laughed out loud and it stuck with me).
| Tasharka chapter 24 . 12/1/2015
That's an absolutely beautiful story! Thank you for sharing it with us!
| Elizabeth.Electrica chapter 24 . 5/5/2015
Excelente redacción, desde la transición de las distintas lineas de tiempo, la construcción del cambio en los estados de animo, la evolución de las distintas relaciones entre los personajes, hasta la descripción de los escenarios, simplemente excelente.
Tengo que confesar que ame la idea del bosque errante. La naturaleza viva, incapaz de detenerse, tirando de las cadenas que la aprisionan.
Espero que en algún momento escribas la parte correspondiente a ME3, obviamente con un final feliz. Ha sido un placer leer tu trabajo.
| Elizabeth.Electrica chapter 11 . 5/4/2015
I loved the explanation of the cultural and historical context of the conversion of a part of his being in such a symbolic offering.
Definitely "Beautiful and disturbing" is the best description for that gift.
| Elizabeth.Electrica chapter 1 . 5/3/2015
"There was something terribly dark about guarding an empty coffin."
This is my favorite part, is so bleak and distressing.
| Kaijah chapter 24 . 3/20/2015
Thank you for writing this story. It is beautiful.
| Tau Lupis chapter 1 . 12/8/2014
Wow, what an emotional rollercoaster. I laughed, I cried, I... Cried some more. A lot more. This is, undoubtedly, one of the most beautiful fics I have read, and I've had more then one sleepless night because I just couldn't stop reading. The romance doesn't follow the usual Shakarian formula, but develops in a way that actually is meaningful.
10/10, would read (and cry like a baby) again.
Did I mention I cried?