|Reviews for Elisaveta Konstaniaov: A Russian Childhood|
| JazkaStar 6/12/06 . chapter 9
Good. I just realised you've updated since I was last here.
| Harajuku Girl 12/22/04 . chapter 8
Hello. I loved this story and although I am not sure where it is headed, I'm quite confident that it will end amazingly.
You are now officially on my faves list.
| DevushkaKota 7/30/04 . chapter 8
When r u going 2 update this thing? Itz good, u should contine...umm...
P.S. I'm the one formerly known as "sparkli chick"
| sparkli chick 1/22/04 . chapter 8
Good chapter...thanx 4 the credit at the end. Do u have MSN? You can add me () Looking forward to Chapter 9. :)
| sparkli chick 1/13/04 . chapter 7
Not reviewing every second chapter. PLEASE UPDATE ASAP! And read my fic too.
| sparkli chick 1/13/04 . chapter 6
I seem to be reviewing every second chapter. I'm reviewing this to say that one of your characters (Nadeja) is *ing b*tch. I'm sure you know what I mean. And that I really like the story so far.
| sparkli chick 1/12/04 . chapter 4
Your fic is becoming really good now...I'm really enjoying reading it (can I say that? Or is it wrong?). Can't wait to read the next chapter. Keep up the great work.
| sparkli chick 1/12/04 . chapter 2
I can't remember if I reviewed your 1st chapter...but, the way you've written it makes it seem...so real...so realistic...like you were there...
| une anonyme 9/16/03 . chapter 5
your dialogue in this chapter isn't as good as what you usually do: it sounds overly formal and stilted.
| lili brik 8/30/03 . chapter 4
On Vasiley Zaitsev's comment-it was changed during World War I by the Tsar...and kept by the Soviets till they fell. Now on to your story-the events are all interesting and show very well the lives of the Russian middle class during that time period, so I am liking that aspect of your story. Elisiveta's actual personality seems somewhat elusive so far, but suppose I should give it time to evolve a bit longer.
| Olga Novgorodskaya 8/30/03 . chapter 4
The formatting in this chapter makes it quite hard to read.
In this last section, you started feminizing last names. I don't know if you have goine back and changed that in other chapters, but you ought to standardize.
You're still going strong with plot, though.
| jojobear 8/27/03 . chapter 1
This story seems very interesting, but you ought to change your formatting. A new paragraph is supposed to start every time someone new speaks. This will make the story easier to read. I couldn't really strain my eyes to finish this chapter.
| Mina Carlisle 8/25/03 . chapter 4
Like I've said before, I love it!
| Vasily Zaitsev 8/25/03 . chapter 1
btw St. Petersburg's name was changed during WWII to Petrograd
| lili brik 8/3/03 . chapter 3
your writing could use a little work, grmatically and otherwise, but this is pretty good nonetheless. i like all the details-this sort of family life is not something that i concentrate on when it comes to russia (as i have said before, i'm all about the revolution). nonetheless, i enjoy the story so far and will look forward to more.