|Reviews for our separating selves become museums|
| BlueChoc chapter 1 . 1/23/2013
poor rebekah! i really enjoyed reading this piece
| Lyly2003 chapter 1 . 3/31/2012
I understand that Rebekah feels trapped. Klaus is not very good to show her feelings. But I still believe he really loves.
Anyway it's very well written and the way you express the contradictory feelings for Nik Rebekah is simply brilliant!
| AdequateNerd chapter 1 . 2/17/2012
That was an incredible read. Your way with words is amazing~
| MidnightBlack07 chapter 1 . 2/13/2012
My goodness this is STUNNING! (y)
You have such a beautiful way with language and you characterized Rebekah and her relationship with Klaus (or at the very least how I imagine it lol) so poignantly (y)
I particularly loved your use of the painted girl trapped within the glass as a motif, very clever! :)
| FullMoonPhoenixShadow chapter 1 . 2/13/2012
I love it! :)
| Lady September chapter 1 . 2/13/2012
Oh, this is gorgeous, almost breathtaking, and so so sad. You've written Klaus and Rebekah's relationship very well. I could hear them speak in my head while I read—a couple of Klaus' lines stood out especially.
I loved the history included. "Il Valentino is turning the streets into blood and the towns into Borgia strongholds but Rebekah is here [...]" is such a beautiful sentence and it's what caught my attention and made me read this piece a little more carefully. "And she is still here, stuck, caught, and infinitely locked into place" is such a powerful ending. You're very talented with the structure of sentences! There were a lot of good ones but those two were my favorites.
You also portrayed the nature of being a vampire very well, I thought, with Rebekah thinking she'll forget the painter's name in a hundred years and whatnot. Very good.
I'm trying to think of some constructive criticism, but other than a couple of tempus mistakes I really can't find anything. I feel like this story deserves a lot of reviews and so I make up for it by posting this :) Keep writing!