The Wolverine & Rogue Fanfiction Archive
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I read this story 4 times now and this is the first time that I have the urge to left you a comment. I read this whenever I feel like my life is not going to the direction that I want it to. I learned a lot by reading it. How Rogue is determined to shed the immature image. How she realized that we’re the only one who could shape ourselves and the only one to do something in order to get what we need in our life. No one else would help us. We help ourselves.
The first time I read the story, I felt an instant connection with the way Rogue is evolving to be from teenager to adult. I had my fair shares of mistakes and I realize so does Rogue. The difference between me and her is that she learned from her mistake the first time around. It took me awhile to get the message and change my way.
And her not believing in hope anymore is something that I understand. From time to time, even if I’m not hoping for something anymore, I just really wanted someone to prove me wrong. But it didn’t happen yet. And I really want to have someone like Kurt. A friend that I could talk to without them being judgmental.
The whole concept of observing others and copy their fine traits is something that I approved of.
So there. I know this is not a constructive criticism but I just feel the need to thank you for producing such a wonderful story that somehow I can relate to.
Author's Response: Wow. All I can say is that I'm so touched by this feedback. I'm so pleased you could relate and that it makes you think. There's really no other reason to write. Thank you so much.
I have to agree with New Moon. I am happily surprised. I am about to start the second part. I can't wait to see where you go from here.
Author's Response: :) I know what you mean. "First" and "fan fic" are sometimes warning flags to stay away...Heh.
I'm not exactly sure what I was expecting but this is surpassing it. It's well written and believable. Almost feels like I'm watching a movie.
Author's Response: That's really nice to hear. Sometimes, introspective writing can get a little bogged down in itself.
ohh, this is so good! i wanted to read only the first chapter because i still have so much stuff to do today but i just couldn't stop and now i read 8 chapters ;) speaks for itself doesn't it? i'm looking forward to reading the 2 sequels! =)
Author's Response: Definitely does! Thanks so much. Glad I got you hooked, even if you did have to procrastinate. I really don't know what that's like. *ignores nine books for senior seminar research stacked up next to me*