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Review:jessicalorewrites says:
hey! jess here, reading and reviewing so that I can (finally lol) get the results out for the diversity challenge. the results should be out within the next couple of days so keep your eyes peeled over on the forums!

plot/written value:
the poetic and lyrical quality to this oneshot is astounding. I love fic that flows across the page like this one does, the words spooling out of the mouth so easily I can lap them up in a second. similarly, how quickly you jump into the plot and lorcan's injury helps get rid of what could have been a wishy-washy start, instead plunging the reader straight into this beautiful terror. the whole first section I was fearful for lorcan's fate and (unfortunately) these worries were valid. I'm glad that lysander had somebody to turn to in louis though as I imagine it is difficult enough to lose a sibling, never mind a twin.

characters:
louis' care and complete adoration of lysander is heartwarming and is making me insanely jealous of a fiCTIONAL CHARACTER DARN IT. this isn't supposed to happen!! (why isn't louis mine? he's so cute ♥ ) really you showed how much love these two boys have for each other in such a beautiful way. I love that louis is there for lysander and even when the relationship becomes unhealthy, I'm glad that they found a happy ending in the end. I mean, they both just seem like easy and simple characters who don't care for embellishment, just each other. it's beautiful and I think you portray both lysander and lorcan wonderfully!

diversity:
I've probably covered their relationship enough already tbh (and gushed about it QUITE ENOUGH ALRIGHT SORRY) but this is such a beautiful relationship I'm so in love with it and the way you paint it so amazingly.

favourite line/bit:
"the months passed, unforgiving and tortuous, as time tends to be."
I COULDN'T PICK ONE SO THIS TOO "autumn had arrived overnight, clandestine and aesthetic."
OKAY AND THIS JOEY YOU LYRICAL GENIUS "louis couldn’t bring himself to piece together a tired cliché out of the fragments of his scattered thoughts."

- jess, xo

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