Date: 06 Oct 2011 10:01 am Title: Chapter 14
Read and enjpyed a lot
Date: 28 Sep 2011 8:07 pm Title: Chapter 9
Carys, this is a powerful evocaation of what many of the Chalet School FPs must have gone through during the War. You have painted the fear, the hunger, the despair and the hope against hope very well. I hadn't read it before and can't wait for the next chapter!
Thank you! I'll post more once I get time to do so.
Date: 28 Sep 2011 6:00 pm Title: Chapter 9
Eeeeep! I thought there would be more story! THAT is cliff and definite cliff !!! Thank you though. The effort reposting is much appreciated.
Sorry for leaving you on a cliff! I'll post more once I have a spare 30 minutes...
Date: 26 Sep 2011 6:49 pm Title: Chapter 6
Not bad, but anyone who wants to write an authentic sounding Chalet School story needs to be much more aware of using correct English (the plural of Nazi is Nazis, not Nazi's) as incorrect usage and slang which does not fit the period detract from the effectiveness of the writing.
Date: 25 Sep 2011 7:00 pm Title: Chapter 5
Another really thoughtful update. I'm glad she us getting to know F and also that Hans is not totally brainwashed. Very sad to have to hope that your country loses a war when your countrymen are the ones who will have to die for that to happen. Glad you are reposting this, thanks.
Date: 25 Sep 2011 6:12 pm Title: Chapter 4
Lots of interesting things here, and good to see some of the options available to women, and the war from this persepective. I am intrigued as to the cause of the bang though ! I always liked Alixe Von Elsen too, so having some more of her to read about is nice. Thanks again, am enjoying this.
Date: 25 Sep 2011 5:45 pm Title: Chapter 3
Again, interesting seeing the view from the other side, with the Chalet School re-starting so far away and unreachable. And again, a good demonstration of how propaganda worked to cause families to end up disagreeing, but not always even able to say that they disagreed, or explain the reason for their own point of view, for fear of being reported.