|Reviews for The Hagia Sophia|
| SteeleImaginary chapter 1 . 6/22/2012
This is absolutely beautiful. Thank you.
| Lee chapter 1 . 6/15/2012
So beautifully and perfectly written.
Just as a portrait of someone is best painted by a person who truly loves them a person's life story is best told by someone who values, understands, appreciates and loves them.
You are an artist with words, your insight, wisdom and brilliance tell their stories so well providing them with a firm foundation and in doing so giving clarity and a deeper understanding to the characters.
You weave together the strands from the past, present and future into and complex and beautiful tapestry so brilliantly. You are a natural born storyteller.
| Lauryn11 chapter 1 . 6/15/2012
This portrait of Daniel and those dear to him in life is as graceful as the setting you chose. How inevitable that he should find himself in this timeless place, with all its echoes, some of them deeply personal for him, if rarely confessed. It is unusual to find a writer that awards his character the complexity that one senses is there - even given the flippancy with which they sometimes used him in the series - - understanding and examining but not making excuses for him as he also would not. Especially welcome is the remembrance of his father, as Daniel's own family is such an enigma. Thank you for bringing all of this to life with such clarity and for such an elegantly written story.