Reviews for The Wizard's Apprentice
The Silent Dream chapter 2 . 3/5/2012
yes, why yes I am enjoying this!

Mordred is so cute! I wanna hug him!

Great job!

I hope to see what happens next!

(btw I noticed it's been many months since you this still active?)
Freya chapter 5 . 2/4/2012
Please write more I absolutely love your story!
Freya chapter 5 . 2/4/2012
Please write more I absolutely love your story!
Corwalch chapter 5 . 12/9/2010
I highly doubt it is sequel but ur story reminds me of Mary Steward Merlin Trilogy, especially the Hollow Hills and the Last Enchantment
Anon chapter 1 . 11/11/2010
The story is okay but I don't really think that you should have posted this here on ficitonpress. It's more suited for because of the blatant Merlin/Arthurian legend use. Other than that, keep up the good work.
Supervillain chapter 5 . 10/5/2010
As I come to the end of this chapter I impatiently search for the non-existent 'next' button!

And I agree with your Author Notes - as long as the inaccuracies do not take anything away from the reading, they are fine! CX

I love the 1stPOV, Mordred's feelings and thoughts come across very strongly, and in this chapter I also felt as if it were the first time I was seeing the ocean and Orkney!

It seems you haven't updated this story in a while, but I shall be eagerly looking forward to when you do! WHEN WILL HE MEET THE WIZARD'S APPRENTICE?

:D Also thank you for this lovely story - I feel inspired to try writing again myself hehehe!
Supervillain chapter 4 . 10/5/2010
That was indeed sad and sweet all at once- and I LOVE TERRY ;A; he's such a good guy! That was the nicest heart-break scene I've ever read - well done!

Agravaine? I have mixed feelings about him hahaha... he seems nice, but he is, afterall, Morgause's son... hm... well I guess he's on my 'good guy' list until he hurts poor little Mordred! CX
Supervillain chapter 3 . 10/4/2010
oh no! It seems half of my review of chapter 2 got lost in cyberspace... though I can reassure you it was all completely positive! CX

Anyway... I absolutely love the way you make the characters interact in this story. Especially Mordred and his 'fake' mother in this chapter. I don't know how to put it in words better than this, but I can feel the love, warmth and affection between them even though this is the first time we see them together.

And you, Miss, have a gift for description! CX Truly! Those brothers sound absolutely delicious!

My only frustration is that I can't read all this in one sitting! Curse me for finding this story during a heavy assignment load...
Supervillain chapter 2 . 10/3/2010
Just started reading this and I just think its great!

I love the writing style and the amount of descriptiveness you use to explain things, but not allow yourself to get too carried away, which doesn't break the realm created in the story CX

I have to say that I only really know basics of Arthurian legends, but I'm enjoying your take on the characters - and I love Terry and Mordred's relationship
LucreNoin chapter 5 . 8/12/2010
I think it's one of the first story I read where Agravaine is so nice. And it's good because a lot of arthurian stories just end with Agravaine bashing. But I think this makes more sense because at the end of the legends it's Agravaine that stays beside Mordred, accusing the queen of adultery.

I can't wait to read the next chapter and the chapter when Mordred will meet his own father for real.
LucreNoin chapter 4 . 8/12/2010
I loved the 'love declaration' (and rejection :( ). It's finally like reading something about the soft part of Mordred. And it' very rare in literature and also in other original stories on net.

My favourite part is when Agravaine says that they'll take care of Mordred. One of my favourite things in Arthuriana is that Mordred has brothers. I love the kinds of relationships that could develop between them.

And this Agravaine seems the perfect mishevious-protective big brother. I have to admit that Agravaine occupies a special place in my heart
LucreNoin chapter 3 . 8/12/2010
Poor Mordred, suddenly attacked by his unknown half brothers! I couldn't help but let out my squealing inner fangirl at Gawain's appearence. And Agravaine
LucreNoin chapter 1 . 8/12/2010
I usually don't like Arthur as a character but I think I feel some simpathy for your Arthur. he is so young. I actually understand him more than Merlin. I think I'll never manage to live Merlin.

Wonderful prologue
LucreNoin chapter 2 . 8/12/2010
s I got older, I realized that perhaps she was just embarrassed, being an unmarried woman living on her own with a bastard child. Perhaps she made up fantastical stories to cover up her shame. That, in turn, shamed me, as well.

I love Mordred's insight, he is very smart and sweet ;_;

And Terry!

Any pain I'd suffer later on would be worth it to feel Terry's sculpted chest against my back, and his muscular arms around my waist.

I agree ;_;! Oh, Mordred in love. I'm so glad to read this story, I love this Mordred.

You have a wonderful way with words. The world seems alive because you describe these little lobely details as if you had seen them.

(yes it' me : D!)
XeeWrites chapter 1 . 7/18/2010
Okay, so I got too curious and ended up going back and reading the prologue, lol.

I really liked the opening. It's descriptive without being overbearing, and I thought mentioning Merlin was an excellent way to tell the readers when the story is set! The whole scene is really well written; it's a little vague and detached, not going into too much emotion, and simple, which is definitely the way to go. A lot of people start with scenes almost identical to this - where a king dies in battle and hands his sword to his heir-but-not-main-character, and we get a whole chapter describing how sad and tragic it all is, with detailed descriptions about the bloody battlefield and the rain, even though none of that is actually important to anything. lol, so yeah, I really appreciated the simplicity of it.

I also liked how we instantly got 'evil' vibes Morgause, and how Merlin so easily suggested that Arthur kill his sister. I don't know much about the legends surrounding Merlin, but I wouldn't really have expected that. I liked how it was contrasted by Arthur's reaction, which showed a naivety we can sympathize with.

This chapter really explains a lot, and I regret not reading it first! It's an excellent introduction for somone who doesn't know much about the legends, but also doesn't give so much information that it wouldn't keep the interest of somone who knows them inside out.

Wow, so Mordred is Arthur's son and Arthur thinks he's dead. That makes for some really exciting possible character interactions! I'm looking forward to reading more c:
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