|Reviews for fate: leave on my doorstep a soldier, a soldier|
| Mathiilde3 chapter 1 . 8/20/2017
Part of me wants to curl into a ball and cry for days, this was so heart wrenching, oh my goodness, but it was also so beautiful and kind and I just really, really loved it! Well done! Your writing, at least for these two, truly is incredible. You capture the tragedy of everything so well, but mix it with varying degrees of optimism and joy, depending on the story and setting, and it is really delightful to read, albeit also being somewhat tear inducing!
| Windsett chapter 1 . 6/18/2017
Ah this whole section is so good:
'He doesn't want to be left to deal with the gaping emptiness alone, and so she doesn't separate herself from this young man who she's always loved (just in a different way from his twin); she doesn't put up the barrier that says you are the bereaved and I am distinct from that.'
Yes she is grieving as well but also wants to support George, and she can do both. She's so nice and George knows that, and they will be good together! They can have serious moments as well as the bickering during the battle (that was a great exchange), as well as fun moments in the future which I'm sure they will have.
And George is thoughtful even in his current state, since he doesn't want his family to see him covered in Fred's blood as it will be too much for them, he's so nice as well. You write them both so well! This is a lovely story and is completely believable and yes, it's very good my dear :)
| MsFranny chapter 1 . 4/21/2014
Okay, it's about time that I leave a review, because it's around two months that I discovered this story and since then I have often returned to read it again, just because I love this story (and all your other George/Angelina Fics) so so much. Keep writing, please. Writers as good as you are, are hard to find.
So thank you for writing and sharing and sorry for all the grammar and spelling mistakes I probably made
| Guest chapter 1 . 1/15/2013
Ok... I've cried enough for one night. I'm going to bed. Thanks for turning me into a sad/happy mess -.- lol
| ncis-lady chapter 1 . 9/27/2011
Lovely story, very well written. You showed Angelina's emotions just right, and I felt like I could actually see George through her eyes. Guess I stopped breathing for a second when I read about the blood on his arms, for a moment I thought he'd done something stupid.
| Bellerophone chapter 1 . 7/15/2011
This is really beautiful. I saw the movie last night, and then I (probably stupidly) did a Fanfiction search for stories about George and Angelina because the movie was too brief and incomplete and I didn't get any closure out of it-and I'm so glad I found this story. I cried. I think you did a good job of capturing George's voice, too. We've never seen George bereaved in the books, so you sort of had to make his tone up based on other parts, and it was wonderful.
Just wanted to let you know that you made me cry :)
| Ember Nickel chapter 1 . 6/30/2011
"She doesn't correct his use of the present tense." Great line, nice work.
| Il'Diko chapter 1 . 6/29/2011
My hearth broke a little... :(
You really know the Weasley twins... You show us characteristics of them we never thought of. Like George beeing sensitive and thoughtfull, caring even. And he loves Ange, I'm convinced, he always did...
This was very in-depth, very well written!
Thanks for sharing!
| ImLostForever chapter 1 . 5/30/2011
Oh, how sweet and beautiful. Poor George and Angelina. Dieing's easy, living's hard.
| FrednGeorgeFanGirl chapter 1 . 4/30/2011
I was just thinking about George and Angelina when I saw the alert for this story in my email. I loved it! Great Job
| mytondeftiger chapter 1 . 4/26/2011
Great start. I love the way that you're portraying them. i hate fan fictions that make Angelina's speech ghetto because people assume black people don't speak proper English. keep up the great work.
| xXcoolkat390Xx chapter 1 . 4/25/2011
This really was a beautifully written fanfiction. You should be very proud of this because you really captured the mood of this without being overly angsty. I'd love to read more from you!