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10/4/2021 c34 19Sir Scott
That's interesting. I wonder why Finn referred to Keith Vernon as the Keith Vernon and not just Keith Vernon.
~Sir Scott
10/1/2021 c34 2J.Cousy
Happy to see an update on this story. Lots going on in this chapter, with the summary of a lot of victories here. It gives me hope that things will go well, but I know not to get complacent. Worried about who will and won't make it to the end. I'm glad to see that the workers are becoming inspired. They're the key to changing things around for the better and permanently. Looking forward to how this all plays out.
10/1/2021 c34 96Cynthia Brent
There's so much great world building in this story. I especially like the way you create new terms like the Volksfront! Are they like the Gestapo or more like the Brownshirts (SA?) Great story!
10/1/2021 c33 Cynthia Brent
Great scene between Finn and Jules! I'm not sure they would want to celebrate Christmas, though. They should be atheists and only worship the Revolution!
10/1/2021 c4 Cynthia Brent
You put the Internationale into a story on Fiction Press. That is so awesome! You have a real talent for writing dystopian fiction. This looks very promising! I especially like Mr. Redd and how the hero looks up to him. He's definitely Red!
9/10/2021 c6 Cynthia Brent
This is so great! I love the fun stories you do on Fan Fiction, but I had no idea you did serious pieces like this. I hope to read more soon!
7/11/2021 c33 2J.Cousy
I feel for Jules but also understand where Finn is coming from. That being said, either way if anything happens to one of them it'll be a devastating loss for the one who survives (and me as a reader!). Of course I certainly hope they both make it but the reality is it won't be an easy fight at Chicago and Springfield, and if there's one thing I've learned thus far it's that you aren't afraid to pull the rug out from under us. Looking forward to your next update and hoping for the best for Finn and Jules.
7/5/2021 c33 19Sir Scott
Wow, this story has been in the works a long time now. I don't blame Finn for waiting to get engaged to Jules and besides he's getting the benefits of an engagement without having to commit.
~Sir Scott
11/9/2020 c32 2J.Cousy
Dang the students from University of Illinois really helped save the day. Also a good thing that they didn't actually send tanks! That might've been the end of Finn and their resistance. Fortunately, they survived and achieved victory. It looks as though things are turning in their favor. It is a relief to read about good things.
10/21/2020 c31 J.Cousy
[When the Volksfront was raping and killing minorities, the white people turned a blind eye because it did not affect them.] This sentence is incredibly relevant in many places today. Glad that the people are finally rising up and seeing the truth, but it is unfortunate that it took so long and a girl had to be raped and murdered to make it happen. That's the sad reality of the world, however. Vernon is really doing himself in by spreading troops all over the place. Good. Looking forward to the next chapter and what goes down at Champagne.
10/21/2020 c31 19Sir Scott
That's interesting about Vernon attacking other countries and not getting his under control.
~Sir Scott
10/20/2020 c30 Sir Scott
I would think that the love making would warm them up.
~Sir Scott
10/19/2020 c30 2J.Cousy
Tough spot to be in, definitely. I think Redd is correct, though, giving in would allow the Nazis a chance to regroup and I don't know if they could win against an overwhelming force. Weather conditions often are what do armies in so I'm glad this continues to be a source of struggle for them in your plot, but it is unfortunate for our heroes. Really sucks for Jules and Finn (the last sentence "a blue Christmas" is literal art in literature form lol). These two need each other. I hope it all works out for them.
9/15/2020 c5 GenericReader
Well this is certainly getting interesting so far, consider my follow!
9/13/2020 c29 19Sir Scott
Good chapters overall. I believe the freed prisoner died a better death than they would have in a prison or concentration camp.
~Sir Scott
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