|Reviews for la sale guerre|
| Faithless Juliet chapter 1 . 4/3/2011
Wow! This one really blew me away, phenomenal character study.
You have a lot of intricate things here that set up not just the subject but the narrator as well.
For the narrator I felt like they were more the central focus of this rather than the Frenchman, because she was seeing him through her eyes so the perspective might always be off. I think the moral ideology of the two are quite different. On the one had she speaks about yellow and lighting candles for the missing and wounded and I could almost see the Frenchman rolling his eyes at the bourgeois of the whole thing. For this man I feel like he views himself apart from everyone else, aware of the powers he possesses but absent of their effects. I feel like theres a bit of an opposites attract kind of thing going on, each wanting to know more about the other and their world.