TV Tropes Org
site search

A review is one person's opinion. TV Tropes doesn't have an opinion. The person who signed the review does.

sort by: type:
correct subject add a review about reviews
Comment by Anonymous
Seconded like hell, oh my God. I normally don't read first person point-of-view, but I really enjoyed hearing this from Finland's perspective—there were even some parts I pretty much forgot it was first person. I had thought about reading it a while ago but the prologue bored me to tears, so I let it go. I'm so happy that I decided to keep reading now because it was just... well, amazing. (I especially loved Denmark's characterization, though he came off a bit evil at first—his Deus Ex Machina at the end made me both laugh and sob.) Seriously, it was wonderful.
  # comments: 1
flag for mods
coolman229's Review
This was amazing. It was really heartwarming to see Alex be kindhearted instead of angry. I really was surprised to see that there was no fighting in it, and that it was all from PARIAH's perspective. It's interesting to see him as a sympathetic and confused child instead of crazy like Elizabeth Greene. I highly recommend reading this if you are a fan of Prototype.
  # comments: 0
flag for mods
Comment by Solandra
What initially appears to be just another High School AU gradually becomes something much deeper and more original as it becomes clear that there's a lot more to the story than Finland and Sweden falling in love with each other (although the romance certainly isn't shortcharged either). The only complaint I have about this fic is that Finland falls in love with Sweden too quickly for my taste, but everything else — the supporting characters, the development of Finland and Sweden's relationship beyond the Love At First Sight stage, the surprising depth of the plot — is brilliant.
  # comments: 0
flag for mods
Dark Gidora's Review
Very character driven. It's a Prototype fanfic with basically no violence, and is both awesome and heartwarming for it. It takes place from the point of view of PARIAH, who is a scared, lonely Creepy Child with a Touch Of Death, and is not presented as a villain. When Alex Mercer shows up, things get touching.
  # comments: 0
flag for mods
TV Tropes by TV Tropes Foundation, LLC is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.
Permissions beyond the scope of this license may be available from thestaff@tvtropes.org.
Privacy Policy