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Reviewer: YumYumPM (Signed) · Date: December 03, 2016 08:17 PM · On: Chapter 13

It's interesting to learn how often Brian was in touch with Gus during the last year.  It's  also nice that Justin is honest with Gus.  Gus is more adult than most of the adults.  Justin and Gus' discussion was interesting.  Justin doesn't seem to see the damage that would result if Brian showed his work.  Though I do see Gus point in that people would see what they looked like and what they could look like.

 

Reviewer: Feet526@comcast.net (Anonymous) · Date: December 02, 2016 11:32 PM · On: Chapter 13

Wow~~~ about time the boys told her off! You have doneo one heck of a job with this chapter and the whole story, for that matter!!!

 

 

 

 

 

Reviewer: aglaja5 (Signed) · Date: December 01, 2016 03:09 PM · On: Chapter 13

Hi again! I really like to see Brian, Justin and Gus together. Beautiful and cute. And I love how you remind us readers of some scenes of the show. This picnic at the library is great. I think this moment in season 2 when Brian refused Justin’s idea about the picnic at the loft, laughing about it, was one of the very painful moments for Justin and I suffered with him. It made me so sad. But again, it matched the show.

The three have a real good conversation in this chapter. Again, I would have loved to see this kind of conversations in the show, but it would have led to other results. One of the reasons why I love your story and “your Brian”! He has matured, is more open and more talkative. It’s due to Gus I think and it’s so cute when Gus is telling Justin how get answers out of Brian. Can’t wait to read more! Thanks again and warmest regards, a.



Author's Response: Hello again! Love to hear from you! Yes, I agree - that picnic scene was painful I needed to do something about it - it stuck in my mind for so long that writing this scene was actually a sort of catharsis. I think Brian needed a bit of a push to become more open and maybe even more considerate. Kids have a way of calling you on your BS... :-) Next chapter up later today, if all goes well!

Reviewer: Anonymous (Anonymous) · Date: December 01, 2016 01:09 PM · On: Chapter 13

I just wanted to say that this is one brilliant story.  I love everything.  Best of all: you know your grammar, and punctuation.  Also, you use the correct tense.  I'm *so* fed up with authors who can't be bothered to get a beta.  Some stories have good ideas, but are impossible to read because the author mixes up their tempi, or doesn't know how to spell.  But those are just the tools you use to create this amazing tale.  Very important, but you need a little bit more as an author.  May I just say, you've got plenty more!

 

I adore Brian in this, he still has some "asshole" moments, but overall, he definitely has grown up.  Justin - torn between maturity and a little too much self-confidence, so well written!  I love the way you portray our boys!

 

I also love your set of original characters, Judson most of all.  But also Shane, who seems to struggle with the things he knows about Brian.  Gus!  What an amazing kid!  Funnily enough, he reminds me of my best friend's little boy, who's a precocious (but cute) little chap.  JR - too sweet for words.

 

The QaF characters - Debbie, seen in an unkind light for a change.  Jen, the same.  Michael and Ted, total idiots (hated them on the show, so totally buy into your characterisation).  Lindsay - now, is she pro Brian or anti?  Wavering a bit?  Mel, I hope to see some development there.  Emmett, one of my fave characters, hope you have a scene or two for him as well!

 

You handle them all so well, so believably.  But best of all, your own characters.  Every single one has something unique, whether it's the Englishman who wanted to be French (funny, that!), or the "hairdresser from hell" with his assistant with the purple hair.  Cynthia had her moment in the spotlight, and you've even given Hunter a profession.  Vic - clearly not Debbie's brother, so I'm hoping to see more of him.

 

Your tale has everything once could wish for, it's atmospheric, it's believable, with good, strong characterisation.  Can't wait to read more!  This reads like some professional novel, so well crafted.  Thank you so much for typing it all up for us to read!

 



Author's Response: Wow. Thank you so much. *blushes* Hope you continue to enjoy!

Reviewer: Lorma (Signed) · Date: November 30, 2016 11:21 PM · On: Chapter 13

I adore this story.  I want to keep reading.  Every chapter gets better and better.i can't believe how awful Debbie and company treat Brian.  So glad he has Justin along with his strong support system.  Gus is so precocious!  Since you've finished this mega length story, would you consider posting multiple new chapters daily?  I can't wait to read more!

 

 

 



Author's Response: I'm very happy to hear you enjoy my story! As for posting more than one chapter... I would, but RL keeps interfering. ;-) Sorry, but I think we're stuck with a chapter a day...

Reviewer: PA Boi (Signed) · Date: November 30, 2016 07:19 PM · On: Chapter 13

Brian as an artist is yet another interesting curve in your story.  You twist the characters in fascinating ways.  Can't wait to thear what the conversations with Mel & Lindsay are all about.  Always happy to see an update!!!  Thanks,  Bill



Author's Response: Thank you so much for taking the time to comment, Bill! Looking at the loft, I always thought there had to be more to Brian than just ad-man... :-)

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