|Reviews for The Forgotten Song|
| Battywattywoo chapter 1 . 3/13/2017
Sublime! You're obviously as talented as LMM herself, Dancing Bohemian. I must applaud both Diana, "You mean like Gilbert Blythe?" and Anne, "this boy that the fairies loved was a thousand times better than Gilbert Blythe..." and of course Anne's description of the nymph.
I'm thinking of a fanfiction myself, a crossover between Anne of Green Gables and a (completely different) TV sitcom that also helped me endure my secondary-school days. But I know my story won't be able to compete with this one.
| top story chapter 1 . 5/26/2016
Certainly not forgotten
| Kazzabelle chapter 1 . 11/25/2003
This is such a beautiful story, and it is so well written. I think you've done really well...it's so original and pretty, I loved it. Well done. It's one of my favourite AOGG. You must be a kindred spirit! :D
| aura218 chapter 1 . 12/7/2002
Lovely! Perfectly Annish from start to finish.
| Anne-girl1 chapter 1 . 9/22/2002
this story was so sweet! i am an anne fan myself and this one is being added to my favorites...
| MichelleTherese chapter 1 . 8/30/2002
This was a wonderful story! Not only was it imaginative and interesting, but it had excellent grammar and spelling! Please write more!
| RosesWine chapter 1 . 7/16/2002
This story was really great because you really captured L.M Mountgomery's writing style whcih I love so much. Yet, you also had a touch of your creativity which made this story even more beautiful then it already is.
| Astralplane chapter 1 . 6/27/2002
Hey, cute! Yeah, I don't know why more fan writers don't use Anne's childhood days either. That's the best part of the best book in the series. Those 170 or so pages are what really secured Anne her place in literary history. Anyway, your story is a nice change of pace.
| Tinka chapter 1 . 6/12/2002
Its refreshing too see a story about friendship! We rarely get too see stories of Diana and Anne young and just exploring...being children. Great work :)
| P38 chapter 1 . 6/12/2002
Wow, what a wonderful story. It's almost like an episode you would find in Anne of Green Gables, but different enough that I can see your style shining through. It was lots of fun to read. [And don't think that I'm only saying this because I'm your friend, I really mean it.]