|Reviews for Burning Night's Mantle|
| Psycho-kyugurl chapter 1 . 5/31/2003
Wow... that certainly left me speehless... It's so beautiful and heartfelt definately. Very well-expressed and I'm looking forward to reading your other works.
| glitterjewele chapter 1 . 5/28/2003
*is left breathless and speechless* well, not speechless as you can see, but absolutely without a doubt breathless. ;)
this is without a wisp of a doubt the best piece of yours that i have ever read. it's gorgeous. it actually FEELS delicate. i mean i really felt like i was handling this really fine fabric that would tear at the slightest tug. it's truly just BEAUTIFUL in the purest sense of the word. reminded me of thumbalina - only in this case it's thumbalina performing a most exquisite ballet. YES! there's the word! EXQUISITE. it's genuinely exquisite. just the picture i got from this ALONE was enough to humble any previous ideas of lovliness i have hitherto possessed. and then you add the amazing soft aura, and the stunning similes and metaphors, and this just becomes one heck of a jaw-dropper. lemme tell ya, favorite lines were almost impossible to pick out of this because you did such an excellent job of making every single word and phrase count. but in the end, these came out on top by fractions of hairs:
"the faerie alighted on the nose of precious dawn," "she was she," and "the next great task shall be spun of sun rays and brilliant ocean waters/as the last was of moonlight and secret mists."
there are no words grand enough to describe the charm and beauty inspired by those lines. this was truly a MASTERPIECE. incomparable. beyond amazing. endless kudos for this one, chica.