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Reviews For Triptych
Reviewer: nautical (Signed) · Date: March 28, 2011 07:06 AM · On: NearÃ�­Ã�± GynaÃ�­ka

I'm sorry it took so long for me to finally read the last chapter.

I really enjoyed the pacing of this chapter, just like the last one. Clearly, we already know the plot of Twilighted, so when we go AU, we don't need everything rehashed. I loved all of Bella's insights that show some of her Twilighted experiences in a slightly differernt light.

I adored "Me not Jane." I liked that after biology, Bella wasn't worried about what was wrong with her but instead about what an ass Edward was.

I also liked how she commented that you had to look for the beauty in the desert. It reminded me of when in NM while watching R&J, she says something like, "Yeah, if you like that obviously beautiful type of thing." (I can't remember if this happened in the book or just the movie.)

I appreciated the explanation of why Bella didn't really have friends before Forks.

"Mike Newton is Forks." Haha. Another great one: "I feel like the world’s most incompetent drag queen in this get-up." Followed by: "I feel like a queen, the girl kind."

Sorry to spend my whole review quoting what you already wrote, but I also enjoyed the imagry of: "I thought I knew about love and its distant sister, obsession."

I was a little surprised at where the story ended, but I liked the simplicity of it. It was a story told in three acts with great pacing and a very quiet end. Nicely done.

Reviewer: Camilla (Signed) · Date: March 26, 2011 09:19 PM · On: NearÃ�­Ã�± GynaÃ�­ka

one can only wonder, what happens now? Not that I liked the idea much, but anyway the trip was not loong, it was disappointly short.

Reviewer: imloki (Signed) · Date: March 26, 2011 05:49 PM · On: NearÃ�­Ã�± GynaÃ�­ka

Welcome back missed you made my Saturday!!

Reviewer: nautical (Signed) · Date: January 23, 2011 04:47 PM · On: Lycanthrope

I'm excited to see where the third portion of this story will take us. The pacing of this chapter was really great. Jacob took us through all of Twilight, but it didn't seemed rushed. I could also really hear Jake's voice in this. I'm curious as to what he thought about Bella's "accident" in Phoenix.

Reviewer: Leda (Signed) · Date: January 05, 2011 06:52 AM · On: Nosophorus

Okay. First out: this is some of the most enticing narrative I have read in quite some time, and that includes original published works (and I read a lot). I always hated Edward as a character, but your OOC POV has made him something so compelling and, if not likeable, understandable, that one was just bound to read on. 

I love the way you twisted the canon events. The best AU is the one that keeps the canon and skilfully brings it into uncharted land; and this is AU at its best.

Your prose is good, terse, precise, and since I was always a Jacob lover, I cannot but love the way you watched him through desiring eyes. 

I very much look forward to your updates, and will be sure to review. :)

Reviewer: nautical (Signed) · Date: December 20, 2010 09:11 AM · On: Nosophorus

Yay! A new story. At first, I thought the man-boy might have been Seth.  I wasn't sure how I felt about that.  (I think out of the whole pack, the one I could most imagine with Edward would be Paul. They could spend all of eternity annoying each other and trying to prove which one was manlier.)

I find his feelings about Bella to be very entertaining. I love discovering stories with the premise that Edward doesn't really love Bella.  The reasons presented for his actions are always so varied and interesting.

I can't wait to find out what Jake thought about seeing Edward. I'm also eager to find out how the rescue plot of New Moon will fit with this story. 

Very interesting.  I'm so happy you're working on a new story.

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