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Review of chapter "Defying Gravity, Redux" from Cutiepie
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Oh no! I just found this story, and it appears to be abandoned! Please say it isn't so. I really, really, really want you to finish this, since you've done such a good job with it so far. I finally got to go see Wicked this past week, and I've become somewhat obsessed with it. Such a great show (from a mediocre book, in my opinion). The thing that has really stuck in my mind is that Elphaba says that she isn't going to accept anything as being true just because someone told her it is so, yet she doesn't question Morrible when she is told that spells can't be reversed. Anyway, please, please, please write some more of your great story and post it? Please?
Review By [Cutiepie] • Date [31 Jul 12] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Defying Gravity, Redux" from rfresa
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Great job. I recently saw Wicked and loved it. I wish there was more Wicked fanfiction out there! I think it could really lend itself to crossover fics, and I'm glad I could find this one. Keep writing!
Review By [rfresa] • Date [23 Apr 09] • Rating [9 out of 10]
Review of chapter "Slayers and Vampires and Meetings, Oh My" from WhiteWolf
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First question somebody (Buffy) is going to ask: "Did you really have flying monkeys?"

And then somebody (Willow/Xander) going to mention Tucker (Andrew's brother) about the flying monkeys he had released in school.

cool story.

Oh, yeah. Buffy is definitely going to ask about the shoes. That's a must. That might even be the first question, she's going to ask.
Review By [WhiteWolf] • Date [10 Oct 07] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "The Disposition Of A Book" from TwilightUnicorn
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A strong beginning to what looks like a very good story. I eagerly anticipate more!
Review By [TwilightUnicorn] • Date [20 Sep 07] • Rating [8 out of 10]
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