|Reviews for The Sailor's General Superior|
| spoonring chapter 6 . 9/17/2017
Dude why are so scared of the ocean?
Totally shitty that they didn't even consider Cales idea.
| spoonring chapter 5 . 9/17/2017
Lol I'm like what too!
| spoonring chapter 4 . 9/17/2017
Love it! Very interesting the differences between their people's...
Finding out The meaning for dzali was funny.
| spoonring chapter 3 . 9/17/2017
The life he knew is over. I like her a lot!
| spoonring chapter 2 . 9/17/2017
| spoonring chapter 1 . 9/17/2017
This started so cool! Gushing here!
| SpecNut chapter 25 . 9/11/2017
I am a veteran hater of romance of every sort - and as such you have forced me to sacrifice my principles over and over again as I read this story. Then read it again a year later. Then read it yet again. I have never in my life been happy when characters hook up - usually quite the opposite in fact - and yet I found myself cheering these guys on like a squealing schoolgirl. Even the sex scenes, which I usually find awkward to read (I always feel like a creepy stalker watching friends during a private moment)...even then, all I could think was "awwww, so sweeeeet!"
What have you done to me? O_o
| Diving in chapter 1 . 8/10/2017
I've never been much interested in yaoi, bu damn, I'm hooked.
| Guest chapter 25 . 6/21/2017
This story was extraordinary. It is not too often that I find myself unable to stop reading something. You have created an amazing world, amazing characters, and a wonderful narrator with a very unique voice. I hope that you consider publishing one day, whether it be this story or another. Thank you.
| Guest chapter 25 . 6/7/2017
Book recommendation: anything by Brandon Sanderson, but especially the Mistborn trilogy.
| Guest chapter 25 . 3/26/2017
... What got updated?
| renell.mallari.1995 chapter 26 . 1/31/2017
This book is amazing. Dzali people are really fascinating.
| renell.mallari.1995 chapter 24 . 1/31/2017
Oh my god! Now I love Alim! He's not so bad after all.
| So1Thought chapter 25 . 1/17/2017
This is absolutely perfect. From the title - a reflection on all the titles of ridiculous romance novels in the market - to the lovely writing, I would completely seriously buy this book if you published it on amazon.
You have such a deft, hilarious way with words. My favourite line in the whole story has got to be '...there is an art to disagreeing with those above you, and it doesn't start with no.'
The seriousness (death, despair, discrimination) lends thoughtfulness to the story but never detracts from the wonder and humour of the story.
The origin of the the name 'dzalin'!; their fear of water to their warmongering is an utter delight to read about.
And the plot and pacing leading to this culmination of scorching hot sex THAT IS PERFECT IN EVERY WAY. Honestly, the teasing scenes of UST here and there in handled masterfully. By the time we reached that chapter I was nearly as eager as Calentine.
I repeat, this is brilliant and I would totally buy it.
| Ladyfnick chapter 25 . 11/29/2016
I was rereading this for fun and was completely fell in love with your writing again- your worldbuilding is so impressive and amazing, I've never seen anyone do a better job of creating such detailed culture without hitting the reader over the head with textplanations! All of your minor characters are super interesting and unique without being distracting too! You are so talented!