LUNACY'S FAN FICTION REVIEWS
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Please make sure to read the EXPLANATORY NOTES before reading these reviews.
Alternative stories are designated as such with an [Alt] at the end of the title line.
This file features reviews of stories written by Allyson Heisey. For any other fiction by this bard please visit any of the Xena fan fiction indexes.
GOTCHA by Allyson Heisey -- [Alt]
Devilish little entry that has the warrior furiously giving her bard some needed...instructions ;-) - 2 pgs., 5/26/98
LADY AND THE TRAMP by Allyson Heisey -- [Alt]
Splendid new story which does a great job of combining drama, romance, action, mystery and suspense. Xena and Gabrielle travel to the port city of Pompaus after receiving a summons from Salmoneous. Upon arriving there they soon discover innocents in desperate need of their help, fighting an evil much more heinous than anyone suspects. Allyson imparts a nice sense of poignancy to her story as she ties the mystery Xena and Gabrielle are trying to solve with the recent events of the rift and the loses both women have suffered. The Xena/Gab relationship she presents is a very engaging one, based on a deep sense of love and commitment while being sensual and playful at the same time. A nicely-crafted story that comes HIGHLY RECOMMENDED! - 34 pgs., 7/23/98
LOST SCROLLS OF THE AMAZONS (THE) by Allyson Heisey -- [Alt]
Xena and Gabrielle discover an underground chamber containing Amazons scrolls lost long ago which recount the sad story of a fallen queen and the champion who was unable to save her. As danger once again threatens the Amazons, the power in those scrolls will come alive offering hope to the Amazons and a chance for redemption to one of their own. Imaginative story with all our favorite Amazons :) - 40 pgs., 2/28/98
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