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Gatchaman Fiction Archive :: Transmute!
Reviews For Ithaca
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Reviewer: Ebonyswanne Signed starstarstarstar [Report This]
Date: 06/28/2017 6:48 AM Title: Ithaca III

I enjoyed the story. It held a sense of grief throughout it from their losses. For me it felt like it needed another chapter or another story in the arc. Marks and Prin's relationship, and a little more of why they ended up divorced. What are they now to each other, looks like they have a long life ahead of them. 

 I figured there were more stories. Its sad for Princess to end up colder and distant. The reflection of becoming what we hate was good in relation to her character change. Over all a good story. Worth reading. 

Reviewer: Lyssa Signed starstarstarstar [Report This]
Date: 08/02/2014 2:53 AM Title: Ithaca III

I'm not sure how long ago you wrote this but it begs to be finished. I need to see part II with what happened to Keyop and between Mark and Princess. Also what happens next.

I don't know if you wrote it, but I remember a little fic about Mark and his thoughts on the woman who shares his bed. Princes is never mentioned but it's easily assumed and it would fit into your universe wonderfully. In the end you are to believe Mark can't live without being in the sky, being important and unable to adjust to normal life.

Hope to see more soon.

Lyssa

Reviewer: Diinzumo Signed starstarstarstarstar [Report This]
Date: 05/17/2007 11:54 AM Title: Ithaca IV

This has always been one of my favorites. The imagery (especially of "Fola" slicing her hand and the trip to the final battle site) has haunted me for years. Excellent piece, and excellent universe!

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