Reviews: Dusk Series
Gosh, where do I begin? I guess it all started when I became a brony (or pegasister, whichever term you prefer for a female fan of MLP) Summer 2012. I was looking through various fanfics and the first story, "Light in the Dusk", caught my eye. I instantly loved it. It's just like the show except with some tweaks, add-ons, and of course Dusk Noir! I could really relate to Dusk and I followed the story, always looking forward to more (and still looking forward to more). Dusk is like the only OC that I can completely picture in the show itself, because he's just that perfect. He fits in well with the Mane 6 and Spike (something definitely not easy to do) and Alpha The Griffin 17 has a way of just keeping your attention with his fantastic writing skills and plot twists. For anyone looking for a good read, I highly recommend the Dusk series. It's my favorite!
The best thing since peanut butter!
This series has done nothing but good things for me as a fanfic reader. I love it so much, that I haven't really been reading anything else on fanfiction because it's too awesome! lol I love Dusk, and the fact that he ends up with my favorite MLP character, Twilight, and is such a good fit for her is what attracted me to this in the first place. Once I started, I couldn't stop. I started on book 4 and then when I read to the point that Alpha had gotten (which was the 22nd chapter out of the 41 in the book), I went back and read the first 3. It is now on the 6th book, with 16 chapters so far, and it just keeps being the best fanfic I've ever read. I love Dusk, I can relate to him greatly. His lack of self esteem reminds me of myself at times, and how I still can be. But Twilight, as well as the rest of the Mane 6 have helped him become the stallion he is today. And he has helped them out in return. This is the best adaptation of MLP Fi M that I have ever read. It's the fanfic that inspired me to write fanfiction about my own OC. Not only has this fanfic impacted my own fanfics, and how I view MLP, but in some ways it's affected my life a little as well. It was what I needed, to pass the time during a rough time I was having. Well that's my "life's story" lol. TGFD (Thank Goodness for Dusk)