|Reviews for Beware the Ides of March|
| Toaofwriting chapter 1 . 11/10/2013
Wonderful. I can definitely see this happening, and you portray all of the characters excellently. Good work!
| Guest chapter 1 . 1/27/2013
such an amazing story!
| iswiminrain chapter 1 . 12/7/2012
wow, that was really good! true to the original style of the stories. i'm motivated to go reread the canon now :)
| falconer54 chapter 1 . 12/5/2012
Good story, it's nice to let Watson have some of the glory (which he well deserves!)
| medcat chapter 1 . 12/5/2012
I have enjoyed your story :) Clever, well-written, ACD-verse, and includes Shakespeare...what's not to like? ;) Hoping to see more stories from you in this fandom!
| I'm Nova chapter 1 . 12/4/2012
So good! Love it!
...and now we know how ACD made Holmes quote Ghoete once. Watson had converted him to literature!
| AccountKiller0000000 chapter 1 . 12/4/2012
Loved it! You did an amazing job in writing this. From the way you made their speech seem from the 1880's and just the plot in general.
Jolly good, ol' chap. I must say, bravo. Well done!
| Belphegor chapter 1 . 12/4/2012
This is delightful :o) I love how you take Holmes' apparently innocuous lack of interest for classic literature and make it a potentially dangerous situation - with Watson figuring the danger Holmes did not because he had the clues and read them well. And the ending, with Holmes' unspoken but sincere apology, is perfect.
I do think that Holmes will be quite fascinated by "Othello" and the way Iago's evil manipulations work, though. Now there was a criminal - so good that he got *other people* to commit murder!
Great job :o]
| Marie Nomad chapter 1 . 12/4/2012
This fic is good. This feels like something from canon first of all. It also acknowledges Holmes' limit when it come to not learning about stuff like Shakespeare. I loved how Watson had saved the day because he figured out what the guy was talking about.
I enjoy it very much.