|Reviews for Broken Fairytale|
| Estelindis chapter 1 . 6/26/2011
A haunting, thought-provoking little piece. I find your last line quite interesting: "a world where a daughter does not have to watch her father die." It brings a number of moments to mind. One: where Sansa worries if she will only have girls and if she will be hated; what value can she truly place on her own life as a daughter of a noble house if girls' mothers are seen as failures? Two: how her shallow love for Joffrey has become deep hatred, such that she now does not wish to bear him children of either sex. The world for which she hopes doesn't include the hopes she once had at all, because no child she can imagine bearing Joffrey would love his or her despicable father or mourn his death.
| Rocks-my-socks chapter 1 . 6/20/2011
Reall good - but very sad! Poor Ned and Sansa...