|Reviews for Mein Liebling
| KatieBobb chapter 13 . 11/19/2012
This is amazingness. Your writing and the storyline are... well I already used amazingness so you get the idea. But I love it. Seriously, time travel, Holocaust, slash, wowzers. Looking forward to the big reveal! Sad it's almost over. Not my usual read but your story sucked me in. Thanks for posting your work :)
| AdaraH chapter 24 . 9/27/2012
ohhh loved it really
| GrangerDanger333 chapter 11 . 9/10/2012
NOOOOOOOOOOOOOO! How can this happen?! This must work out, right?!
I so love Talm! :')
| GrangerDanger333 chapter 5 . 9/10/2012
Aha! I understand now... :) This is brilliant!
| GrangerDanger333 chapter 4 . 9/9/2012
I'm interested... When is this actually supposed to be set?
It's getting so good!
| GrangerDanger333 chapter 1 . 9/9/2012
Hahahaaaaa! When his mum says "Ilan, don't call girls whores, even when they deserve it," So funny! His family is totally hilarious! :D
A couple of tiny mistakes like 'your' instead of 'you're' but not really important. This is awesome :)
| Karida chapter 1 . 8/13/2012
Don't know if I've posted a review on this story before, but just wanted to say this is one of my *favorite*! I could read this over and over and still not get bored of it :D
| xxDreamlessxx chapter 15 . 7/23/2012
i love this story so much, its deep, emotional, so well thought out, and has the bright hope for a better future. I love the the history behind it and the idea is so original, I love this story; you should be a writer and get tons of books published.
| Seshi chapter 24 . 4/15/2012
i have to stay this story was a joy to read and i really shouldn't have started it so late in the evening because it was 4am before i finally said this is the last chapter for now get some god d**n sleep! :) Anyways finished it now and i have a very strong urge to run to the store and buy this because it should be a novel. Something like this is just to good not to be a book. Why isn't it a book T_T (tears). Anyways again...I do have to say the plot-line was invigorating, it wasn't what I was expecting when I read the little overview, but then again that few characters really cant over cap a story of this proportion. But none the less it was sweet and adorable and innovative. I love your characters from Ilan's (who I don't think I pronounced his name right ever) stubbornness and brashness to Talm's sweet sensitivity. God I could just picture him grabbing Ilan and just running off and never letting Ilan outside of their home forever if that's what it took to keep him safe. He was so adorable. God that is the wrong thing to say about a reluctant Nazi...
There were a couple times where I think you could have added a bit more such as the drive to freedom. How the hell did they make it on one tank of gas! I want that car! But really, I think that it was just a skate away. No one really noticed that Talm just walked out on the Nazi's. You'd think someone would take offense. That and the scenes ended up lacking tension because everyone just seemed so carefree. No were not driving across a country that wants to kill us and if we are caught the most merciful thing they will do is gas us. I know people don't like to write dark scenes and that putting their characters through misery isn't fun, but I think some sort of almost getting caught (checkpoint doesn't count they were hardly even stopped) would have added a realer vibe to the escape scene. The whole story seemed very light despite the fact that they were only so far from Auschwitz and I know the whole thing cant be gloomy, but tension and fear in there at the right moments gives depth.
Also I would have liked to see a bit more culture shock in Talm. i know he freaked out a bit at Ilan's family and their general regard towards their sex life and such, but the next thing we know he's stealing Mica's computer like its no big deal. I think anyone would freak out a bit after seeing such changes. Sixty years is a long time for change.
Anyways enough complaints you had a really brilliant piece of work here and the plotline, characters, emotions and everything really came out well and I loved it. I honestly cant say that enough. I hope that you do write something else for this, even if it is not a full fledged sequel, just getting random peeks into their life afterwords would be absolutely wonderful. I would love to see Talm as a dad he'd be so good at it, but somehow I can imagine him staring down at the kid they adopt not really believing (s)he is there and that (s)he is really theirs. Not in the sense that 'omg its a kid' but more in a since that 'this is my family. Ilan's and my family' type thing. hmmmm i'm not sure i'm explaining this right. oooh and the reaction when Ilan's mom confronts him about the tattoo. O_O she didn't get to make sure the place was sanitary first! Adorable overprotective moms. Plus Talm going to germany would be nice to see, sobering a bit, but nice. I think it would be a good scene. Or visiting Nathan, Danny, and Lachlan's graves. That reminds me you never said what the letters said. Well I suppose that is kind of hard to write out anyways. Did Talm ever get his gift of condoms that Mica hid? lol
Well thanks for the great read I do hope you keep writing!
| Shinto Moon chapter 21 . 4/8/2012
Trent is annoying. If I know somebody like him in real life, well I would need aspirin all day long.
| Vlurry19 chapter 24 . 3/11/2012
I love this story. Thanks for putting it here.
| SightUnseen chapter 18 . 3/6/2012
Can I just say Felicity is the best great gran ever!
I think you might've given away the ending in one of your AN's...
You said that you want to make it as accurate as possible and for the war facts (as far as I can tell anyway) they're spot-on (we're covering this period in history ATM).
But, bearing in mind it's the 40's, I think people wouldn't be so quick to accept Talm and Ilan together. I'm not sure about the Danes, but, being in a homosexual relationship was illegal in Britain until the 60's. And I think Ireland was still a Catholic country then, so, they would probably be less acceptive (is that even a word?)
Sorry, I wouldn't have pointed that out if you didn't say you wanted to be accurate.
| Addiena Saffir chapter 11 . 3/2/2012
You know how sometimes you read a really good fic and you think i wish they would make this into a movie? Well this is the first time i've felt that it should and could be made into a film. It would be so poignant and touching. *sniff* I can totally see it in my minds eye. Of course to make it mainstream ilan would have to be a chick for there to be romance or if we kept him as a boy we would have to curtail alot of the yaoi goodness but it would probably inspire its on fandom. :-)
| Armand.Louis chapter 24 . 2/4/2012
this story was amzing, i refuse to read sequel because this has such a happy ending i dont want to ruin it for me :)
loved this x
| donnedid chapter 4 . 1/18/2012
Curioser and curioser. Time warp/wormhole thingajigger? I am only on Ch. 4 so I'm sure all my many questions will be answered in due time. :) Very interesting so far!
One thing that's bugging me atm is umm.. the circumstances surrounding Ilan's recovery from the bear trap. Specifically, how was he not bombarded with more questions on it, considering the family he has, and his hospital stay, and the fact that Kurtis stitched him up before returning him? What happened to the Star of David necklace? ...I probably just have to read more eh? Reading on now, just wanted to drop a line or several to let you know I quite like your story. :)