LUNACY'S FAN FICTION REVIEWS
Kristian S. Fischer
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Last modified: November 03 2012 12:33:01
(June 1999) Kristian S. Fischer, a reservist in the Danish armed forces, was in Denmark awaiting a possible deployment to Kosovo when the military vehicle he was in crashed, instantly killing him and three other soldiers. This bard shared with us some fine stories and will be sorely missed by those of us in the Xenaverse. On behalf of fanfic readers everywhere, our condolences to his friends and family.
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Alternative stories are designated as such with an [Alt] at the end of the title line.
This file features reviews of stories written by Kristian S. Fischer. For any other fiction by this bard please visit any of the Xena fan fiction indexes.
DISEMBODIED by Kristian S. Fischer -- [Alt]
The latest entry in the INFINITY SERIES begun by Redhawk, this new offering by Kristian continues the tale of the immortal Xena and her beloved Rickie as they enjoy a quiet time in Portland, reveling in their love and remembering moments from their life together over two thousand years ago. It's a quiet time that is soon interrupted when an old friend of Xena pays them a visit, warning of dangers drawing near and a game about to begin all over again for the ancient warrior. Kristian does a nice job with the treatment of the Xena/Rickie pairing maintaining the sense of commitment and deep love it's had throughout the series. Good action sequence in this. - 20 pgs., 1/5/99
MIA by Kristian S. Fischer -- [Alt]
This latest entry in the INFINITY SERIES begun by Redhawk finds the immortal Xena once again being targeted by the mobsters whose organization she's been slowly dismantling - only this time the assassin they hire is a dark soul that recalls another enemy from Xena's ancient past - a killer without conscience who enjoys the kill and knows that her prey's vulnerable points are her friends...and family. Another intense, well-written chapter in one of the fandom's most popular on-going series. - 12 pgs., 5/31/99
Wreath graphic courtesy of Diane Gonzalez.
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