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Review of chapter "Apprenticed in trade I was bound" from (Current Donor)Shieldage
Ooh! you're doing the song chapter titles again :D

This is a good turning point in Faith's life. Doyle being called early is cool.

Heh, you won't even have to worry about 'Angel' going AU for, what, six/eight months? ;)

This shows potential. The chapter has a strong opening and middle, but kind of a weak ending.

Heh, I frankly can't tell if you're handling the brothers well or not :)

... The concept you have for this cross and the cast you're assembling are awesome. Good luck :D
Comments from author:
Song title chapters - this is just one Irish song I think fits, I like doing chapters with word titles because I think it makes it easier for readers to find things if they only want to reread one bit.

Thank you for such a useful review, yes the ending was weak and hopefully this chapter addresses the issues you mentioned.
Review By [(Current Donor)Shieldage] • Date [24 Sep 07] • Rating [10 out of 10]
Review of chapter "Apprenticed in trade I was bound" from moonstarsfu
Great first chapter. I love Faith, I love Doyle and I love the Boondock Saints so I'm really excited to see where this story is heading. Can't wait for the next chapter.
Comments from author:
Wow I love those four characters too, lets get married. Just joking, thank you very much for your enthusiastic review.
Review By [moonstarsfu] • Date [24 Sep 07] • Rating [10 out of 10]
Review of chapter "Apprenticed in trade I was bound" from (Past Donor)vinniebatman
Excellent start and I eagerly await more.
Comments from author:
Thank you for your nice review.
Review By [(Past Donor)vinniebatman] • Date [24 Sep 07] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Apprenticed in trade I was bound" from (Moderator)Ava
Interesting premise and original concept. I don't remember Doyle's accent being that thick but it's been a long while since I watched the first season of Angel so I could be wrong. *shrugs* You've caught my attention and I eagerly await the next installment.
Comments from author:
Doyle's accent isn't thick at all, (because Quinn used his natural accent of a sophisticated Dubliner living in the US since they were 17 - as opposed to some country peasant) but he does use an occasional Celtic turn of phrase.

I didn't succeed in getting that quite across I suppose.


Thank you very much for your feedback and being my first reviewer.

First reviews are super important, they're like the lead penguin jumping off an ice-floe into the ocean and encouraging the other penguins to follow.
Review By [(Moderator)Ava] • Date [24 Sep 07] • Not Rated
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