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Review of chapter "Chapter 8" from Sadie
Review:
Ok, so this is so very late but what an amazing story!

I found this gem thanks to the COAs and wow, talk about missing out.

Both parts were amazingly well written, beautifully plotted out...um, just lots of other positive things.
What a brilliant crossover idea. All the characters were spot on. Loved the turmoil with Xander. The Orb is a great 'character'.
The going ons with the Order and such is delightfully evil(underhanded).

I apparently have to go out and rent VanHelsing again. Thanks for the fabo read! Bah, what an awesome story!
Comments from author:
Thanks so much. I'm very pleased to see that people are still reading it! I was in shock when I was notified of the COA nomination. In spite of the bad reviews of the movie, I quite enjoyed VanHelsing; thought he was a really interesting character. And who better to hook the Vatican's man up with than our resident witch? Talk about opposites!

I'm happy that you think the characters were true - I tried very hard to make them so; although Xander lovers might not like him - he is in one of his moods, isn't he? :)

I have vague thoughts of a final piece to make it a trilogy; we shall see. Maybe someday, when the thoughts gel into a cohesive plot.

Thanks again!
Review By [Sadie] • Date [19 Nov 06] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Chapter 8" from TarnishedGold
Review:
Another excellent story ... token protest for keeping me up half the night. Hope you'll continue on with the story. Looking forward to seeing the Nefilim - with Willow's power, ought to be interesting.
Review By [TarnishedGold] • Date [28 Apr 05] • Rating [10 out of 10]
Review of chapter "Chapter 1" from autumnroses
Review:
Man, just as I finished reading your first fic I was thinking that I really wished that it had a sequal, and here one was! Awesome turn of events in this one! You get another cookie :P Anyway's I love your two Willow/Van Helsing fics and I really want to read more....have you ever thought of turning it into a series of fanfics?
Comments from author:
I do have plans to write more stories about Willow and Gabriel - they're too great a couple to leave alone! Right now, though, my first book, Turnaround, is in print and I'm doing some marketing for it (it's on Amazon! and BN.com!) and I'm also working on another book, a fantasy/alternate world one. But I will finish at least a Trilogy and hopefully more with the pair.
Thanks for the review! It's nice to know that people are still reading/enjoying the stories!
Review By [autumnroses] • Date [2 Dec 04] • Rating [9 out of 10]
Review of chapter "Chapter 8" from Lilly
Review:
oooo.. nice, very nice. *weg* any chance for a sequel? I'd be interested in finding out how (or if) they manage to foil the Order's plans. :) after all, wouldn't want their little tyke to end up with a destiny he/she didn't choose, especially if that involves being controlled by those imbeciles... *frown* anyway, good job on this one, and its prequel. *g*
Review By [Lilly] • Date [24 Oct 04] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Chapter 1" from RosytheCat
Review:
You know, the irony of that last statement at the end of the chapter just hit me, mainly because my New Testament class covered it when we started going over Romans yesterday. Paul points to the birth of Ishmael as a case of Sarah thinking the whole "God helps those who help themselves" thing and assuming God wouldn't be able to take care of the fact that she was too old to have children, and made provisions of her own. Thus, when Abraham's chosen heir was born, Ishmael, the child of a slave (born outside of the Covenant) and his mother were exiled.

I just can't help but think that this is going to come back and bite these guys on their collective metaphorical butts.

Yay thinking!

-- Rosy the Cat
Review By [RosytheCat] • Date [23 Oct 04] • Rating [8 out of 10]
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