|Reviews for Aitan Leser|
| Hustsu chapter 3 . 8/2/2014
This is the third time I've reread this and still update. Please don't abandon this. It's too good to be left right this ; A ;
| itsa mia chapter 3 . 3/6/2014
this was actually really really really really interesting O_O if you had devoted yourself to this something truly amazing would have resulted, but i'll just have to settle for reading your other work :]
| silversorceress chapter 1 . 10/17/2013
Just realized that this was last updated in '12. It's really good. Please don't abandon it?
| TheWitch'sLover chapter 3 . 12/12/2012
Ack! You need to update this ;) Really good so far :)
| TheWitch'sLover chapter 1 . 12/12/2012
Ooo, good story so far :) x
| mm-c chapter 3 . 9/21/2012
squee! just started this fic and it's lovely. can't wait to see where this goes...(also waiting on leviathan, lol)
| GrangerDanger333 chapter 3 . 9/16/2012
Aha! Oh Saul! Kind of funny, kind of sweet! :D And I am so intrigued/in love with Aitan!
This is really great. I hope you will update soon?! :)
| Jia chapter 3 . 7/11/2012
So many mysteries!
The agony! I need answerssss!
| Guest chapter 3 . 6/30/2012
So far i absolutely LOVE it, i particularly like the way in which Aitan responds to all these new situations and characters.
Thank you for a great story i can't wait to see what happens next!
| hpstrangelove chapter 3 . 6/29/2012
I just read all three chapters of this story and really like it. Can't wait to see what happens next.
| unhuman chapter 3 . 6/22/2012
I- er. I kind of really dislike Benji pleasedon'tkillme. It's just. No sixteen-year-old boy I ever met acted like that I'm just digging holes now aren't I well never mind. Is that the point? I have no idea. What I mean is, he kinda acts too young. Or maybe too innocent. Sixteen-year-old boys tend to be delicate creatures as far as their masculinity is concerned, I'm sure you can relate, and blushing and obviously covering their crotches when they get a stiffy isn't something I have ever personally seen one do. I'm generalising, of course, but it just feels too, uh, uke?
I really liked Aitan utilising some spine, though. I'm kind of interested how we still haven't been told whether or not he actually killed Adley, or under what circumstances. I'm really curious to find out.
One thing I'm kind of missing here, is that I'd really like to see more of Aitan's self-aware dark humour from the first chapter. I'm feeling a bit like you set him up as this potentially awesome, really funny and snarky character, and he just isn't being written to his best sass potential through this and the last chapters. That's just my two cents, though.
I hope you update soon, I'll be keeping an eye on this! Thank you for this story so far, I've really enjoyed reading it!
| unhuman chapter 2 . 6/22/2012
Okay, I have to say it. I am not really sure what to think about this or how to comment on it. Specifically, I have no idea if this is a serious BL/slash story written very meta (in a good way), or a gentle affectionate parody written very seriously, or if I am totally misunderstanding everything and it's intended as neither of those things. xD
Whichever way, even if I'm suffering from a serious case of misread fanfollowing, I love it. I laughed IRL when Aitan discovered the clothes. Admittedly it was kind of predictable that he was going to find those kinds of sexy slave clothes in his room, but it was funny all the same. It was a good kind of predictable.
Also. Streamers and balloons. /Dying/.
| unhuman chapter 1 . 6/22/2012
I admit it, I was caught the moment I read the summary. So I was totally delighted to find that the writing itself is every bit as witty and unexpected.
What I think I'm most impressed about is how it's simultaneously so funny and so, well, human. I love Aitan and his sarcastic, self-conscious, understated humour. But I also love how you've somehow managed to write the funny bits in a way that gives a stronger sense of his anxiety and grief than any kind of angsty melodrama.
I was actually pretty surprised by the suddenly-pirates, even though I knew they had to turn up somehow, but I really like how that turned out. If you meant to write that exchange between Aitan and Saul where he's admiring Aitan and his hands/muscles/eyes as serious romantic type drama, then I'm sorry, because I found it hilarious. On the other hand, if you meant to write that as subtle but drink-snortingly funny snarky comedy, you completely succeeded. Which made the mood whiplash when Saul hit him ring even more alarm bells for what Saul actually intends to do with him. I am so intrigued.
I'll definitely be following this. Please count me as a seriously dedicated fan. ;u;
| lovetodisappoint chapter 3 . 6/21/2012
I can see this in a stempunk setting or a new age sifi setting either way love the story please update with the others
| Aynon chapter 3 . 6/18/2012
Yay, update! Still keeping up the tension. I wonder, is Aitan's character flaw that he can't read people or that he can't relate with people? It seems like he can read people well enough, so is it that he can't exert the effort or doesn't know how to interact? It would explain why he has trouble manipulating people. I feel like flaws define people, let us know more about them, and I'm interested to see what Aitan's is.