|Reviews for Whisper|
| Riene chapter 7 . 3/16/2016
Confession, I had to read the last three chapters in a rush; I had to know the ending, and you did not disappoint. Lovely, lovely. E/C happiness, a big smile here.
I liked the detail in the planning, her letters to her friends, the simple reveal at the end.
Having taken a break from the fandom myself I understand, but should you ever choose to return I will be here to read with delight any new offerings you should choose to share.
| Riene chapter 4 . 3/16/2016
"Besides which, he had always been fond of a stirring finale." Made me smile.
"Erik himself had never sought to dispel the idea that he was a soulless monster"-good line.
Good scene with the roses from Raoul.
Nice touch at the end, the wind whispering her name.
| Riene chapter 3 . 3/15/2016
Comments from Chp 2, because it won't let me review the same chapter twice:
Oh, no worries, I've stolen M Reyer from the movie for myself, as well.
I envy you your trips to the Opera House! Should I ever get to France, it's at the top of my list.
Loved the bit where you said Mme Giry had locked Box 5. Very appropriate, but not likely to endear her to the management!
*grins* Spidery handwriting. Yes, it would be.
| Riene chapter 1 . 3/15/2016
I have been away from the phandom too long myself, and have missed so many of my favorite authors' updates. I have always enjoyed your exquisitely precise writing, and this looks to be no exception. Loved your description of Christine losing herself in make-believe, and of relishing some peace and quiet for a change.
I am very much looking forward to the next chapter tomorrow.
| AutumnWinter chapter 7 . 9/11/2013
I can't believe something this wonderful has so few reviews.
What a heart-breaking read... You portray Christine's pain so well. The scene between her and Raoul arguing about the songbird was beautifully executed. If you ever come back to writing for this fandom, you have a fan waiting in the wings!
| Kryss LaBryn chapter 7 . 5/27/2012
A very nice ending.
It's a quieter story, which may be why there are few reviews, but it was still an absorbing read.
Good luck in your new fandom adventures! :-) Who knows, you may yet find yourself back in this one. I myself drifted away for, oh, it must be close to ten years, until somewhere unrelated I came across a Phantom icon, and went looking for fic again.
Anyways, thanks for the read! :-)
| Kryss LaBryn chapter 6 . 5/27/2012
Not much to say about this chapter, as it's mainly just the events from the play. Heading over to the final one...
| Kryss LaBryn chapter 5 . 5/27/2012
Actually, far from being excessive, his use was entirely appropriate, and it was nice to see Raoul being kept in character. Whether or not Christine would be happy with him, after her experiences with Erik, I couldn't say; but absolutely I can't see him suddenly turning into a complete bastard, either. I prefer E/C (although I realize it's probably not the healthy choice, ha ha), but I'm not in the "Die for my ship" camp, either.
So it's a refreshing change to see him handled so adroitly!
| Kryss LaBryn chapter 4 . 5/27/2012
That last line was far creepier than it was probably intended to be, to me! Hee, probably didn't help that I paused in the middle of the chapter to look up who played Pinhead for a friend. That sort of thing will colour a girl's perceptions, ha ha ha...
Another well-written chapter! I am becoming more and more engrossed...
| Kryss LaBryn chapter 3 . 5/27/2012
"Things start to get a bit more interesting in the next chapter"
Actually, I find that things are already starting to pick up! I think it's because of the question of who the flowers were from. There's more of a "what's going to happen next?" feeling about it.
So a bit slow to get going, but my patience is being rewarded! :-)
| Kryss LaBryn chapter 2 . 5/27/2012
I like your A/N at the end; that is a really poignant image you've come up with. Slightly odd to think that "Erik is dead" would merit an actual article, rather than a simple note in the messages section as per the original, because there's nothing to confirm that yet, is there? No body, I mean. And he disappeared for an extended period before! Plus, no one (save perhaps Mme Giry and Christine) seems to have known that his name was Erik. So the choice of having that as an article felt odd to me there, although of course the odds of her picking up a random paper and immediately noticing "Erik is dead" in the messages section and immediately realizing its import are pretty skinny. So that was kind of jarring, although the rest of it was well-written, and you do the transitions between past and present very well.
| Kryss LaBryn chapter 1 . 5/27/2012
An interesting start! I am intrigued to see where you will take it.
Man, I would LOVE to see the Garnier some day. Fabulous place...
| middaysunset chapter 7 . 1/31/2012
Thank you SO much for gifting us with this story! You're a beautiful writer with lovely tales to tell. Thank you!
| SquidPire chapter 6 . 1/8/2012
I am shocked and saddened that you have gotten so few reviews for this story. It's beautifully written, particularly this last chapter. I loved the staging of Point of No Return and the co
| Ceinwyn chapter 4 . 12/3/2011
I'm so glad to have stumbled upon this story - looking forward to the next installment!