|Reviews for Cracked Ice|
| rin2004 chapter 3 . 2/22
| Multifandom Wordsmith-wannabe chapter 1 . 1/6
Great work! I kept reading and rereading this. Loved it :)
| Multifandom Wordsmith-wannabe chapter 3 . 12/1/2014
Wow. A great work of humanizing Laufey and looking into the workings of his brain. Very realistic and touching... I loved the comparision of Loki to the wild spirit of Jotunheim.
It was so lovely that despite everything that Loki did - killing his brother, destroying Jotunheim - Laufey still felt a pang at his 'death'. That is the mark of a true parent, unlike Odin...
A perfect example of how things might not always be a bed of roses, but people continue to eke through life, with so many complex feelings... LOVED IT!
| Guest chapter 3 . 9/10/2014
I think you've done a marvellous job, writing this great story, when English is not your first language. I really liked the way you gave Jotenheim hope at the end. Loki seemed very close to the film version. Thanks £££
| Convenient Alias chapter 3 . 4/16/2014
Aaaaaaaah, so good, so good...
Laufey as Loki's parent is very interesting. It's a pity he died in Thor before finding out Loki was his son in canon. But you have filled in the gaps of what would have happened had he lived very effectively. Dang it, I think I might even like Laufey now.
And that moment where Laufey is angsting at the person he thinks is Odin is...adorable? I find myself thinking adorable. That's probably not the right word, but I'm feeling the feels.
| Sailor Pandabear chapter 3 . 12/31/2013
| konoitami chapter 3 . 12/1/2013
| Misplaced Matches chapter 1 . 12/1/2013
This is really intriguing so far. I'm looking forward to more of it! I like seeing the Jotun royal line getting tossed in. (And I'm keeping my fingers crossed for a Farbauti.) Great work :)
| time2read chapter 3 . 11/30/2013
Wow love the end! Yep Laufey should have survived!
| Sheeshasan chapter 2 . 11/20/2013
I didn't feel like their dialogue was forced but I can imagine just how hard it must be to write them interracting with one another. Oh... I can tell they will NOT make this easy for you in the next chapters either! Both proud and bitter. They will stuggle evry step of the way I'm sure! This story is like a caffeine buzz; feeling like my finger tips should be numb and twitching even if they actually aren't, brain in overdrive, oversensitive and giddy! A much better feeling than what the lack of sleep will make me feel like tomorrow... or later this morning for a matter of fact I suppose... I'll fall asleep as happy as one can be! Thanks a lot!
| Sajna18 chapter 2 . 11/20/2013
| Ice7 chapter 2 . 11/20/2013
I thought this was a really good chapter. It didn't seem forced at all to me. There was a few grammatical/tense mistakes at the beginning of the chapter but nothing bad. The content was great and I'm glad that both characters seemed to stay in character at least for now. I'm looking forward to seeing more chapters!
| xXxStarrxXx chapter 2 . 11/20/2013
Very interesting start! Your take on Laufey great. I hope Laufey has some parting words of wisdom for both Loki and Odin. As a king Laufey has been through the same situations as Odin. Odin could sure use someone else's perspective that doesn't have anything to gain from it.
I think comic book Odin never disowned Loki. Comic book Loki is just like Tom Hiddleston describes him. "always dancing on my fault line of redemption and evil." In some comic books Loki os labeled as a neutral. Good chapter!
| time2read chapter 2 . 11/20/2013
Hmmmm... this is going way toooo fast I actually hoped this fic would be about loki not falling into the bifrost and making amends with his father and stuf, well guess not, shame. Anyway great CH, and yes in the cannon it did seem like laufey was killed to easily I mean beet the hell out of loki he's alive but a blast of magic from a spear and his father is dead...
| Isabel M-Ameban chapter 1 . 11/20/2013
This is an interesting story with an interesting twist of events. If you aren't English native (which I'm not, either), I didn't notice it; this works pretty well for me. I like the idea you portrait Laufey as a guy with his own responsabilities, faults and griefs, not like the plain villain that every non-asgardian-like guy in the movies is.
My only complain about this is how fast everything happens. It's hard to believe Asgardians would take care of Laufey withouth further words or anything, and how fast he learns about Loki's true identity. To tell the truth, this happened in the original movie script, but since it was never filmed, it doesn't happen in the canon.