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Review of chapter "United" from leelaa
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Reread this one, and it really does get better with more reads. Kudos again, both for the way this fits in and fills out the rest of the arc, and for the info on the characters' names interwoven into the fic. Thanks for a great read. :)
Comments from author:
Thank you so much, again. I'm really, really glad you're loving what I'm so randomly coming up with. It's such a fun ride when I can wrestle my muse into submission.
Review By [leelaa] • Date [26 Mar 11] • Rating [9 out of 10]
Review of chapter "United" from mendenbar
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Hey, my friend (long time no and all that. RL's a busy girl these days).

I hadn't seen these before. They are very very good and fit in quite well with the rest of the series. I am always looking for an update on Middle Son and I have faith (who cares if it is misplaced or not) that there will be one soon.

Have a marvelous holiday season.
D
Comments from author:
I didn't leave a comment for this? *shocked and appalled*

Thank you and thank you for reading and reviewing. I'm so glad you're enjoying the spaces being filled in. As far as the main story, I have a...dangerous idea, but carrying it out has been something less than easily done. As a result, there hasn't been an update to go with said idea. I'm still working on the chapter, however, and plan to continue.

Thank you, you, too!
Review By [mendenbar] • Date [6 Dec 10] • Rating [10 out of 10]
Review of chapter "United" from mendenbar
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Loved it. Absolutely loved it. Where do you get your gaelic?

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Comments from author:
I'm very glad. I hope to keep it coming. Thank you and thank you for reading.

One thing, though. The language is called Irish. 'Gaelic' is its description, like 'Cyrillic' is Russian's description. Once I found that out, it made sense to me. It has to do with the symbols that make up the letters that compose the language, itself. *nods*

For example, the Irish alphabet is derived from Latin and some Germanic sources, like English, except it only has eleven letters and consonants were used to create extra sounds. Letters were combined in ways such as 'bh' sounding like 'v', etc.

Sorry, I love this language and will go on and on about it.

Oh, right, I just Googled Irish names in this case. Some of it came from reading the encyclopedia when I was in sixth grade. More internet research, like at Wiki a couple of months ago, that sort of thing.
Review By [mendenbar] • Date [6 Jul 10] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "United" from leelaa
Review:
Fantastically good to see another terrific story up in this arc.
Comments from author:
Thank you so much. I'm so glad you read and enjoyed it.
Review By [leelaa] • Date [3 Jul 10] • Rating [8 out of 10]
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