Reviews for the moon that breaks the night
noukinav018 chapter 1 . 12/20/2013
Nice one shot. I really liked reading it.
Do keep writing!
Silver Magiccraft chapter 1 . 7/26/2013
This was heartbreaking. Loki has managed to twist the love given to him, probably because he hates himself so much he cannot imagine someone actually loving him. It makes for good material, and a lot of heartbreak. I love your Sif, and you Loki, and your Thor. I'm glad that I found the alert in my inbox, so that I could read this.
Collaborative Lady chapter 1 . 6/18/2013
Grrrrrr. Why do you write so GOOD. Characterisation squirting through the seams.
Alexxis T. Swan chapter 1 . 6/1/2013
Probably the most reasonable, in character and well written Loki x Sif fuc out there. I await Thor 2 with eagernesss as well.
murdur chapter 1 . 6/1/2013
This is really beautiful. You've done an astounding job with Sif's voice, and her reflection of the past compared to the present is heartbreaking. I hope you write more with these characters because you have a wonderful handle on them!
Dance Elle Dance chapter 1 . 5/26/2013
This was just beautiful. I loved how you wrote this. Comparing Thor and Loki to the sun and the moon was truly beautiful. Hope to read more from you soon!
Faye M.A chapter 1 . 5/17/2013
Hello there!
What a lovely story. I, too, have a weakness for characters who make all the wrong choices. I really loved your interpretation of the scenario; you kept them in character very well, and I enjoyed your writing style as well. Keep up the good work!
*Faye*
meee18 chapter 1 . 5/11/2013
This is a really beautiful piece, I think you captured both Sif and Loki wonderfully.
Sunshine-Midnight123 chapter 1 . 5/10/2013
Great!
icecreamlova chapter 1 . 5/8/2013
Sif/Loki has such a strange place in my heart where I don't ship them at all in canon, but I love fic about them. Weird. I love this story, too. It's one of the fairest assessments of the relationship between Loki and Thor, and potentially Sif and the two brothers, I have seen. No one's the villain, not even the main antagonist, and though we feel for him, we aren't led to hate the other characters. (Thor in particular, I'm really liking your Thor). I love the strange affection and honesty Sif and Loki have here, too, where she's so certain of how much she and Thor and everyone else care about Loki, and doesn't hesitate to tell him.
dreamsingreen chapter 1 . 5/8/2013
Wow, I loved this!
Sif's pov is so complex, she has actual emotions and is not just a one-dimensional antagonist like in other fics. She seems to notice a lot, like how the Chitauri changed Loki, and how he is still vulnerable underneath his uncaring exterior.
Interesting that they taught each other to fight - I have a new headcanon now, thanks to you :) Your last line "There is only the sun and the moon" is perfect. The sun and the moon are opposites but are both necessary to mark the day, like how Thor and Loki complement each other.
I hope there is an exchange like this in Thor 2!
Sakura's Unicorn chapter 1 . 5/8/2013
Chlo-ho! I have no idea what's going on here...other than my pitiful knowledge of Norse mythology, I am Thor-ignorant. I've never read the comics nor seen the movie. But I do like this! I like how you filter both princes through Lady Sif, You painted the two princes wonderfully as the sun and moon...the darkness and the light. Reminded me to two other boys...one dark and one light...and the girl between them. Hmmm...

I miss you, you silly! Although, I'm not really up for manga chat. I'm deep in a Sasuke-deprived depression! I NEED ADORABLE FIC TO MAKE THINGS RIGHT! You'll help me out there, yes? Great. Glad we talked.
helenxxx chapter 1 . 5/8/2013
Wonderful it is a rarity to sees Sif portrayed in such a balanced way, reflecting her compassion & grief
Lila Paige Rose chapter 1 . 5/8/2013
This makes me feel so poignant. I've always felt that Loki's evil is misrepresented, and you manage to frame his doubts and emotions as the 'less important' child sincerely.

It may not be all sunshine and happy endings, but it rings true, and it painfully echoes a beautiful past that one always wishes to forever stay within.