Oh - I love Fabian, and I love the ending you gave him. This is very nicely done. PalomaAuthor's Response: Thank you! :) Report Review
OMG, that was amazing. Even though it was short, I didn't want it to end. It was very well put together. great job.Author's Response: Thanks a lot, nice comments always cheer me up :) Report Review
Wow, this was very well-written. Short, but fittingly so. I've never read a fic of this nature before--- well done!
~ Varda ~Author's Response: Thank you :) glad you enjoyed it Report Review
Oh. my. gosh.
That was amazing! I don't think I've ever read any of your fics before, so I didn't know what to expect, but this is really quite good!
The beginning snatched the reader in...the random littlethoughts of fixing the door and couch: quite intriguing. Then, as you continue, the plot unfolds fully, but quickly. You have a clear, concise, direct style where you don't waste words...no tedious, long-winded paragraphs basically about nothing.
This fic did a wonderful job for the challenge.It was very heroic...and also quite tear-jerking. Fabian Prewett was fabulously well-done: I (and probably other readers) grew to love him in only a few paragraphs, and so was melancholy as it dawned on me that the good man could not survive and would tragically die.
If you can't tell, I absolutely loved it! It's going on my favorites, and I might check out your stories in the future.nicely done!Author's Response: Whoo thank you! I was hoping you'd like it, I wasn't sure because it was very much a spur of the moment type thing. But, yay! I have a fondness for the Prewett Brothers, their family is quite essential to my plot of doom, so when I had the option to kill someone... well, I'm sure Fabian didn't mind too much.
Thank you! Report Review
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