|Reviews for Understanding the Storm 2: Prelude|
| ChibiDawn23 chapter 1 . 7/16
I could easily believe this as a missing scene from the ends of Avengers or the start of The Dark World. I loved your characterization of Frigga and THANK YOU for giving her more to do! :)
Off to read the rest of the Storm series!
| The Mome Raths Outgrabe chapter 1 . 5/15
I feel so bad for frigga trying to find the son she knew underneath all his layers
| Crystal di Angelo chapter 1 . 1/19/2014
I do not know why you have received so few reviews, but I'm reviewing to tell you that this story is amazing, and do not let the lack of response put you down. Keep writing!
Crystal di Angelo
| Natalie Rushman chapter 1 . 2/19/2013
Just as good as the first one :) Keep it up!
| helenxxx chapter 1 . 1/29/2013
Oh I so dread them killing Frigga in Thor 2; you are right, her unconditional love is his greatest hope for redemption
| The Pearl Maiden chapter 1 . 9/23/2012
Loved Frigga's POV. And your take on Loki coming to confront Odin. Truly original. :)
| Sepsis chapter 1 . 8/30/2012
"he strode to the door, head unbowed, smiling as if it was what he wanted."
God, that was perfect!
| hellseries chapter 1 . 8/28/2012
I like your take on this. It would be hard to be the mother of those two sons. Beautifully written!
| DietCokeLemon chapter 1 . 8/27/2012
"Loki was tactically clever, but he had always underestimated the consequences of his actions. He had not foreseen his brother's or father's reactions to the prank, and he had certainly not anticipated finding out the truth of his heritage, which had sent him into a spiral of distrust and anguish, cracking his spirit and allowing the darkness to seep in."
With these few sentences you've managed to pack Loki in a nutshell. He may be the younger sibling and misunderstood in places (and as No. 3 of 5 siblings I know what I'm talking about ;-) ), but in the end, he pretty much destroyed himself with his actions... which makes me very sad.
This story (and its predecessor) is very, very well-written, the pov of Frigga gives an interesting angle to the whole story in and around the films. Your excellent writing undermines the bittersweet atmosphere of the story.
I'm looking forward to the promised third story :-)
| trotthefox chapter 1 . 6/30/2012
"One of us is blind to the truth, but then, your eye has only ever seen one of us."
That line, was awesome.
This whole story was awesome.
Gold star for you.
| Alex chapter 1 . 6/19/2012
This is amazing! I loves it just like I loved "Understanding The Storm". Can't wait to read more of it.
| Cassandra Cassidy chapter 1 . 6/19/2012
Wonderful, just like its predecessor. Frigga has this quiet strength about her that I just love. Three boisterous men in this family, and then Frigga, standing back, observing and weighing her words and being so careful with them when she does speak. She and Loki have that in common, when Loki's not snapping in anger. It hurts so much, too, how she blames herself for his fall, when probably she did the least to contribute to it.
I'm still very much looking forward to the sequel you've got in the works! Rereading these two will have to tide me over in the meantime. :)