Reviews for Stardust
MOR the Divine Being chapter 16 . 2/6/2018
I can't take this, I just can't, Thank you for ruining this Fic for me, Peace Out!
MOR the Divine Being chapter 16 . 2/6/2018
I hope that was all an act, I really hope
MOR the Divine Being chapter 15 . 2/6/2018
Oh my god this is Slah!? Great, just great
MOR the Divine Being chapter 15 . 2/6/2018
Is this slash!?
MOR the Divine Being chapter 7 . 2/6/2018
Alliance are bad decision in Hunger Games
SarcasmIsBest123 chapter 9 . 3/22/2017
This is so awesome! Btw, I am on chapter nine and I can tell that you have done something that includes Roman numerals. Juuuuust saaaaaying.
Hunter chapter 21 . 12/31/2015
Oh my dear lord. It's been three years since you posted this - almost four - and I am nothing short of amazed. And in love. Thank you so much.

And I might've read this through the night rather than sleep. Just like the original Hunger Games.

Totally worth it.
Marie chapter 21 . 2/17/2015
This story is just perfect. The way you devdevelopped each character, their background at home (i loved what you wrote about the people missing Molly once she died) and their interaction were splendid. I really hope you will write the story that follows.
congratulations and thank you!.
BeyondMyReach chapter 21 . 11/22/2014

First thought: Brilliant.
Second thought: Amazing.
Third thought: Thank you.

Thank you for writing this wonderful piece. I really enjoyed reading everything. You got all the characters' personality and little nuance down, and I particularly like how you didn't really make anyone in the Hunger Game a 'villian', because in the end, they're all just doing what they need to survive.

The story is very realistic, especially how Sherlock and John didn't meet up right at the beginning of the game, Sherlock considering ditching John at first because that was what was considered practical, etc. Despite that, I can clearly sense the chemistry between the two right from the beginning when they met at training. The little lapse of John feeling insecure or unsure of how Sherlock thinks of him is very on point too. I was a little surprise that John snatched the gun from Sherlock, but like I said, realistic of John and very practical.

I also like how you switched POV and showed what happened to Molly, Greg, and Irene also. It was definitely interesting when Kate came into the scene and I really like your characterization of Irene. There's something about Irene's interaction with Molly that got to me and it's especially interesting to note that Irene kept on letting people go. Then there was her reaction to Kate's demise, followed by her suicide.

Of course, I can't forget about Molly. I like how Molly slowly developed, from the unsure girl to someone who is practical enough to not easily give up her bow. I think the changing point was meeting Irene, and like I said, their interaction fascinated me, particularly about Molly's comment of being 'good'. Just what is good? Her pairing with Greg is also very sweet.

Of all the things I remember Greg, I think what stuck at me was his relation with his grandma. About his grandma, something about their interaction stuck with me, that they could both laugh (however morbidly and that they don't /want/ to) that they're both going to die, Greg because of the Game and the grandma because of sickness. In all honestly, I forgot about her until near the end, when you mentioned her again and the line that was so memorable was the fact that they died while thinking the other one lived. There's this sort of sadness (I wish I can find a better, more apt word) derived from that.

John and Harry. What can I saw about them besides they're both Watsons? Harry didn't seem like much in the beginning, with the way she was introduced, but you showed that she was more than a drunk. She knew what she was doing, she did care and in the end, she was still John's sister no matter what. When the danger went to her, she came alive, like all Watsons seemed to tend to do, and shed her alcoholic skin. Then she ran, leaving behind a cheeky message for the Peacekeepers. John would have been so proud.

Mycroft was wonderfully written, as well as his interaction with Sherlock. Love how it was mentioned that no one would dare go after Mycroft, although I do wonder what happened to him all the while. Did he join the resistance or climbed up the ladder with the intention of ensuring no one would ever put his little brother in danger like that again? I'm so curious and then there's the funny fact that in canon, Mycroft was the gov and Moriarty was the criminal, while here it was kinda switched around.

Anyway, like I said, lovely story. I would love to read Catching Light. Please update! Mockingjay the movie is out, so that might hopefully bring about some inspiration?
Bonnyellen chapter 21 . 9/2/2014
This is the most breath taking thing iv'e ever read
GalaxyGirl chapter 21 . 8/19/2014
OH. MY. GOD. That was amazing! I'm so happy people like you exist in the world. That was beautiful, and sad, and funny, and just. wow.
GalaxyGirl chapter 21 . 8/19/2014
.GOD. I am so happy that people like you exist in the world. That was amazing, and funny, and sad, and had such a great plot, and everyone is in character and just. wow.
GalaxyGirl chapter 20 . 8/19/2014
GalaxyGirl chapter 15 . 8/19/2014
Oh my God my poor heart! The three sweetest couples ever. I swear I'm going to sob when any of them die!
passthecake chapter 21 . 8/15/2014
Please write the sequel soon! I just have to know what happens! This is a great story and I just love it so much! I love everything about it! I love how it wasn't the exact plot of the hunger games, I love all the references you put from sherlock and the hunger games, I love the plot (it just seemed so perfect!) and I loved that it was johnlock XD. There is so much more I love about this story (it was also written very well ;) ) so what I am trying to say is please, please, PLEASE write the sequel soon! You did an absolutely amazing job!
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