LUNACY'S FAN FICTION REVIEWS
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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 Raistlyn. For any other fiction by this bard please visit any of the Xena fan fiction indexes.
IN FEAR AND MADNESS by Raistlyn
The debut on the Web for this new bard is an engrossing tale that has Gabrielle being kidnapped by an evil and very dangerous enemy - an enemy who is intrigued by the little bard's courage...and determined to test it. - 11 pgs., 1/26/98
IN THE TWILIGHT HOUR by Raistlyn
In the tradition of Katrina's BLOOD AND ROSES vampire alt. series comes this new tale from Raistlyn which puts a slightly different spin on things with a three thousand year old warrior recalling the time so long ago when her life would change for ever and the little bard whose love would always be a part of her. Nicely poignant - DO NOT MISS! [See the sequel TWILIGHT'S PROMISE] -- 5 pgs., 8/16/98
MORTAL GAMES: THE AMULETS OF WAR by raistlyn
This is a follow-up of sorts to the story MEMORIES IN DARKNESS written by Dancyer McCoy. The tale has Xena and the bard joining with several of their friends on a quest to try to retrieve four very powerful amulets before these fall into the wrong hands. Lots of action in this and a nice depiction of the Xena/Gab friendship. - 22 pgs., 6/18/98 http://www.geocities.com/Area51/Chamber/7473/amuletsofwar.html
NIGHTCANDLE by Raistlyn
Wonderful new Mel/Janice story that begins with an old woman telling her granddaughter a tale - remembering an old candlestick and the beautiful gift fate gave her one Christmas eve when greed almost robbed her of the greatest of friends. Well-written, solid tale with very appealing characterizations. DO NOT MISS! - 10 pgs., 1/17/99
TO SLAY DRAGONS by Raistlyn
Xena and Gabrielle get some help from a couple of old friends as they fight to try to keep Poteidaia from being destroyed by warring armies. Good action and nice characterizations in an entertaining story which reads very much like a season 1 or 2 episode. - 21 pgs., 4/18/98
TWILIGHT TALES by Raistlyn
TWILIGHT'S PROMISE by Raistlyn
A sequel to IN THE TWILIGHT HOUR which tells the story from Gabrielle's perspective as she remembers the last time she saw the Warrior Princess some three thousand years before and thinks about all the centuries she's spent searching for her since. An emotional read with a sense of renewed hope. DO NOT MISS! [See the sequel TWILIGHT'S SHADOW] - 5 pgs., 9/5/98
TWILIGHT'S SHADOW by Raistlyn
The sequel to TWILIGHT'S PROMISE, this is a touching little story which follows the thoughts of two very old friends as they prepare for a reunion two millenniums in the making. - 2 pgs., 10/5/98
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