|Reviews for Cinderette|
| Gracie Miserables chapter 2 . 8/21/2016
I love this story. When are the other chapters coming? Please let us know? I love you and this story so much.
| Lauren Mockett chapter 2 . 2/15/2016
This was a really brilliant idea. My only objection to your writing is that it doesn't have much action, and you attributed that to the fact that you were simply setting the scene. Valid. I know there aren't many readers for Cinderella Les Miserables crossovers, but I would really like to see some more on this story. Thanks for writing!
| WriterCat97 chapter 1 . 7/25/2015
PS: Nice profile pic
| WriterCat97 chapter 2 . 7/25/2015
Its not weird to think of Cosette when watching Cinderella. In fact, I drew the same parallels in my mind when I re-read Cinderella. In fact, I'm surprised you were the only person who wrote a Cinderella-Les Mis setting of your story is very good, I really hope you keep going, for this story has future.
| anon321 chapter 2 . 8/11/2013
Great Story because I love Cosette/Marius and these What if? stories. Also Éponine isn't nice which is more in character but in other people's stories, they pretend that they were childhood friends. It's well written but I wanted to ask if you were planning to include Les Amis because I think that it would be pretty cool if you did (maybe Éponine could go to their meetings and so they don't like Cosette because of what Éponine says.) Sorry for my rambling.
| Zake's Fanfics chapter 2 . 11/14/2011
Great story! Poor Cosette...the situation really is critical for her...
By the hisorical timeline it was 1832 when she became 17 and met Marius.
During that period France had a king Louis-Philipe I and he had a son Prince Louis, Duke of Nemours(year of birth 1814) who was a year older than Cosette(year of birth 1815).
Anyway, I liked the story! Keep on the good work. Oh and obe more thing. Sinderella crossovers aren't always in the good work. Oh and one more thing: Cinderella crossover stories are not always placed in the crossover section because they are like a stereotype. I've seen many stories based on "Cinderella" in normal sections.