|Reviews for Blood Legacy|
| firefox vixen chapter 4 . 8/14/2011
I like your username too:)
| Guest chapter 4 . 7/27/2004
please continue the story!
| Guest chapter 1 . 1/26/2004
please update - this is a lovely story.
| Amunet chapter 1 . 9/2/2003
Nice beginning, deary. Yes, I think I'll be reading this one... hm... TreeHugger, are you the same one from fanfiction? I think I've read a few of your stories there too.
| Karianua Lightwood chapter 4 . 8/9/2003
Agh. Every chapter here seems to be a cliffhanger. It was wonderfully written, and you followed one of the rules Edgar Alan Poe set for short stories, every word should contribute to the overall feel of the story. Everything you wrote created an atmosphere to go along with the story. This is absolutely wonderful. I hope you post more soon, I love it.
| Kafkaesque chapter 1 . 8/7/2003
wow, great beginning. i would read the rest, but i have to get off soon, and i really dislike starting great stories and not being able to finish them.
| Kali Electra chapter 4 . 7/2/2003
i-i-what can i say? plz tell me there is more on the way! u were fifteen when u wrote this? *wide eyed shocked expression* thats amazing. this story is amazing. u feel like your in the house with the characters...ur so good at describing things. undate soon please!
| Dragon-of-the-north chapter 4 . 4/17/2003
Hey - you didn't even tell me you had updated! Was the mention of Christofer in one of your last mails a subtle hint for me to investigate?
I still love this story, although it is very dark. The plot is very exciting, of course - especially because the reader never knows how real certain things are - and what to think about certain characters... What about Feodor, for instance? Hmm... And what is Dr. Derwent's role? Is he acting out of good will, believing that returning will help Christofer to overcome what he sees as madness, or - is he a secret ally of the vampyre?
The best think, however, are the very intense descriptions. I love the way you use the descriptions of things - and especially the stuff out of which things are made - to create a certain atmosphere. "a tarnished brass key", "one elegant hand curled around the cold metal of the iron doors", " the rusted nail", "the silver crucifix that lay beneath her dress" - metal seems to be important in this story.
Especially that "silver crucifix" - I can't help thinking that it is intriguing indeed... First of all, it is hidden beneath the dress - why? Is it a clue that the good and protective things are hidden in this story while the horror is plain? Or is it not symbolic and does Elena want to hide it? Then, it is a _silver_ crucifix... You would use a silver bullet against werewolves - so perhaps you can use a silver crucifix against vampyres?
But one thing is good - Elena and Wilhelm (I assume they are both good and not secret vampyres or something - I hope I'm not wrong!) seem to start wondering whether Christofer was right long ago... So perhaps, there is hope...
I also thought at first that the prayer at the end of the chapter meant there was hope, but then, I remembered the use of prayers in this story - the prayer at the beginning did not protect Christofer, but was at the beginning of all the angst and horror...
Things are very mysterious, and I can't wait to see where you will take this!
Write on soon - and alert me when the new chapter is up, please! :-)
| RaeShadow chapter 4 . 4/13/2003
Awesome story! Write more soon!
| Dragon-of-the-north chapter 3 . 3/2/2003
Whoa! What a story. Gruesome and yet awesome. You made me shudder!
First question - is this how it ends, everything hanging right in mid-air? Or was this where you stopped writing when you were 15? Or is this only what you have posted so far, and is there another chapter lying in some dark corner of your house? ;-) If there is one, I shall gladly read it.
I liked the descriptions used, very well done indeed - one can almost _see_ that house.
And the way you intertwined the prayer and the progress of the plot in the first chapter. simply awesome.
Concerning the topic of the story. I wonder whether 15 years are exactly the age at which one is fond of writing somewhat "dark" fics. Many people seem to do that at that age. ;-)
Well, and I must confess something: Usually, I neither like vampires nor terrible childhood stories. That I got drawn into your story despite my usual dislike of such things proves that it is good work! Great job done - just as usual. :-)
| Layla737 chapter 3 . 11/9/2002
oh gosh! unnerving! are you planning on writing more of this (I know you said you were 15 when you wrote this, but you may think it'd be fun to continue)...
| Kikaria chapter 3 . 9/10/2002
This is really good, i want to know what happens next!
| Kasifya chapter 1 . 8/19/2002
You said you where 15 when you wrote this?
This is awesome.
(by the way, I wanted Legolas to fall into the river :) )
| Artanis chapter 1 . 7/15/2002
Very haunting and compelling! You are so talented! you can write anything! this is so good, makes us curious and dying to read more!
| Lime and Salt chapter 3 . 7/13/2002
This is really really good! Write more soon!