|Reviews for Whipstitch|
| Suzy P chapter 27 . 3/16
Read this a second time. Enjoyed it. Write more
| HPMARIE chapter 27 . 2/22/2016
| ainosora13 chapter 27 . 2/13/2016
A most wonderfully written story. Congratulations and many thanks, dear writer. Your style is splendid. It was a true delight to read this story. (I must say that my favourite was, among many others, chapter 25. Wow!)
| theBabewiththePower chapter 19 . 11/7/2015
I love the world you've created, it is believable and fascinating. Your writing is superb, and your characterization is flawless.
| theBabewiththePower chapter 5 . 11/6/2015
'Darkness hides a multitude of sins,' she thought, 'even ostentatious architecture.'
I. LOVE. IT.
| River Glass chapter 27 . 6/12/2015
It truly was a pleasure to read this. All three times.
It has an excellent plot and is expertly written, and it's something that I would definitely have bought, were it able to be published. Alas :/
Seriously though. Wonderful. By far the best and most realistic Loki fanfic I've read. As realistic as imaginary characters and scenarios can be anyway. I've loved it. I wish my Loki fanfic could be anywhere close to this level. Congrats and well done. -Des
| Purpleread chapter 6 . 3/15/2015
Yay! Nice chapter! Everything seems so much more optimistic from Sigyn's perspective. I'm not convinced Loki's not up to something other than mere helpfulness, though.
| Purpleread chapter 5 . 3/15/2015
This is really well-written, and I like the character of Sigyn!
| S chapter 27 . 3/9/2015
That was an amazing story! Thank you!
| multipazz chapter 27 . 3/5/2015
“He strode down the hall, and Loki yielded to his father’s iron will, bobbing after him like a toy in a baby’s bath water." (Chapter 21)
I so enjoyed your writing.
I pretty much had to reread the whole story to find that quote again but I did not mind one bit.
Thanks for sharing your story.
| randomHobbit chapter 27 . 7/19/2014
This was SO good! I loved it : )
| Some guy chapter 27 . 3/1/2014
I know thia story is long over, but i strongly feel it needs more reviews. This story was amazing. I felt all the characters were beautifully canon and the story was original and brought inspiration i had never considered before. Lovely
| Nienna Perks chapter 27 . 2/14/2014
I love this story, I've just finished reading it for a second time and it's just so amazing! I love the imagery you paint and the use of old tales and words. Even the addition of the gardens is just something so unique and adds so much. I love how your mind works :) Loki and Sigyn are perfect for each other and now united in their woes. I wish it could have had a happier ending but it was nice to see that it wasn't all down to Loki to shoulder the burdens. I loved the whole bit when Loki met with the Norn and the spider and what she said...just so dramatic!
| Guest chapter 27 . 1/15/2014
this was amazing
| Lyndal chapter 27 . 1/7/2014
Holy Heck. This. NEEDS. To. Be. Made. As. Thor. 3. ...EPIC. Once they start filming I'll personally be hunting down someone involved in production to refer them to you.
I don't have the proper vocabulary right now to explain how good this piece is (I feel that everything I say would just be an understatement), but this has to be one of, if not THE best, Fanfic tales I have ever read. Thank you for referring to some of the aspects of the original myths. Such excellent story telling. The characters were portrayed very well and you really brought them to life for me. Loki's pain and internal conflict broke my heart. Thor's loyalty and their relationship are written in a credible and believable way. Thank you for making Sigyn more than just a pretty, mindless pawn like most tend to do when depicting a love interest of Loki: "Flawless skin, silky hair", etc. Bah. What a great character! I also appreciated the dignity you brought to their relationship and the development of their unfurling love.
A story arc I love is how at the conclusion, Loki is Sigyn's redemption due to her actions mirroring his own (as she is his throughout the bulk of the story), and how Loki was the only one able to resist the consuming power of the gauntlet, despite wanting to use it for ill will initially. Some great moments there.
Your knowledge and writing ability shine through the screen/page. Chapter 24 was pure brilliance - I had to read it about 4 times to capture it in all its glory (while listening to Running to the Sea by Royksopp - It's great that they're from Norway/this being about Norse gods and all - Perfect!).
Mind blowing. Powerful. Ethereal.
Thank you for taking the time to write and publish such a great piece of work. You have completely and utterly raised the bar. I hope we see more from you.
Hope the above has made sense, etc. It's 3:30 am here, this is my first review and I was kept up much later than expected! Thanks again : )