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A Good Night, No?

by Thomcats 6 Reviews

Elizabeth's night, as it is described here, is supposed to take place immediately after the end of Dead Man's Chest, so those of you who haven't yet watched that movie, wait with reading this story...

Category: Pirates of the Caribbean - Rating: PG-13 - Genres: Angst, Drama, Romance - Characters: Elizabeth, Jack, Other - Warnings: [!!!] - Published: 2006/08/18 - Updated: 2006/08/18 - 2259 words - Complete

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  • A Good Night, No?

    (#) The-Dark-Side 2006-08-20 12:10:48 AM

    Nicely done!
  • A Good Night, No?

    (#) mememe 2006-08-20 09:11:53 PM

    very good. please continue!
  • A Good Night, No?

    (#) farnathia 2006-08-22 02:58:41 AM

    Lovely story, very touching!!
    Thank you!
  • A Good Night, No?

    (#) shadphenix 2006-09-12 09:27:55 PM

    First of all, I liked it. Only a couple of points, I thought you might consider. While it would be fitting for Tia to speak French, she never does in the movie, so I doubt she'd speak so much of it otherwise, though it is an interesting take. Also, I find it just a tad strange that Elizabeth would be able to identify a type of tobacco. I think she might recognize there was something oriental about the taste. There are possibilities of her being familiar, though; perhaps you could explain? I know you have some leeway with a dream, but at the same time, you don't want to rely too heavily on it.

    I really liked this piece. A favorite moment was when she awoke and the leaves whisper something like, 'You could have had him forever if only you'd reached out your hand.' That was pretty powerful. Overall, a good piece and a different take on her feelings of guilt. Looking forward to your future work.
  • A Good Night, No?

    (#) herk444 2006-10-04 12:36:51 PM

    Trippy.

    Sorry to say, but I am scratching my head at the moment. A bit confused.

    Love, herkie
  • A Good Night, No?

    (#) Ithilwen 2007-05-31 08:23:47 PM

    You don't need a capital R in "rum."

    Excellent setting, very vivid, but are they at Tia Dalma's house or on a ship?

    Whenever a new character starts to speak, start a new paragraph.

    Wow. A non-canon pairing that isn't ridiculously OOC. Nice little 'fic.

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