|Reviews for The Omniscient Eye|
| Scot chapter 21 . 1/30
It's got to be a boy!
| MuggleCreator chapter 22 . 12/6/2013
Brilliant. Captures the story and characters very well.
(I say he's a boy.)
| SavedBySwift chapter 22 . 6/5/2013
I'd like to tell you that I adored this fic. I really liked the Mary Poppins bits.
| xxxliesjee chapter 22 . 4/25/2013
Note: My english is bad, excuse me for my grammar.
Thank you for writing this!
I read your story in two days and that's because I had to go school. It really touched my heart and remembered me why this musical/film is one of my favorits. I've laughed, I hated Elsa, I was exciting about the graveyard scene, because that scene always scarries me a bit. For me the best part was when Maria en Georg didn't like each other because of their behavior, but at the same had feelings for each other. That was so well done written! It was nice to read the thoughts of all characters.
I really appreciate this story and thank you for remembering me how beautiful the Sound of Music is.
| tengland2 chapter 22 . 1/30/2013
Loved how you continued the story after the movie ended. Very interesting adventure for the entire family, their household staff from Salzburg and along the way.
| tengland2 chapter 18 . 1/30/2013
Been really enjoying these chapters. So glad Katia, Isabel, Stefan and Phillip, found the items in the safe and were able to get out of Austria with the help of friends. Left nothing for Franz or Zeller, except the villa. Glad Zeller got demoted and Rolf got what he deserved. Nicely done on getting rid of everything and then reunited everyone in Bern.
| BrittanyLS chapter 22 . 9/23/2012
As I have mentioned, you captured everything that was good and romantic about the movie, and managed to make it even better!
Absolute perfection! BRAVO!
I enjoyed reading every chapter, and am saddened to see this one come to an end!
| Guest chapter 21 . 9/17/2012
I still think you need more detail throughout this story as far as settings and especially to give us a sense of 1930s New York. As well as the characters' emotions. Don't simply tell us "She was happy" or something but show us through their expression and how they act.
Also, what does Maria's being abused as a child have to do with her giving birth to her own child? That piece of info seemed out of place unless the pain was reminding her of the pain she endured as a child. If that's the case, that doesn't really make sense as the pain of child birth and pain of abuse are completely different I would think.
Still it is nice to read a story that goest beyond the escape and gives some sense of what their lives were like in America.
| BrittanyLS chapter 20 . 9/14/2012
You already know how much I enjoy this story! I cannot think of any better words! :-D
| BrittanyLS chapter 16 . 9/14/2012
You have managed to work the dialogue from the movie into this story perfectly! I am loving each and every chapter!
| augiesannie chapter 20 . 9/14/2012
Enjoying this story! Still!
| Guest chapter 19 . 9/12/2012
When I read a story like this I am sort of angry of those who made the movie. How could they end it like that? I mean, all you have been writing about should have been part of the movie. I really enjoy your story, and I wish we could see all these in the movie. Keep it up!
| BrittanyLS chapter 14 . 8/28/2012
I love how you wrote the honeymoon! You can really tell the feelings!
| BrittanyLS chapter 13 . 8/28/2012
No words can describe this other than perfection!
| augiesannie chapter 14 . 8/26/2012
Enjoying the story as ever - will be said when it's over! Loved the wedding night!