Date: 11/16/2017 10:09 PM Title: Chapter 1
A striking idea to make the famous shirt villainous! You have ended on a note here that gives us something to hang on to just like Jim. I hope that they can find something that will help Spock’s immunity improve. I like your Sarek it’s good sometimes to see compassionate kind Sarek.
Date: 11/05/2017 11:03 AM Title: Chapter 14
What I like about this chapter is that it shows the ongoing struggle with Spock's health. He is not Superman, or the undestroyable Vulcan who can pull off the healing trance anytime and get well within hours. This is more reality although hard to read. Looking forward to his recovery of course!!
Date: 10/25/2017 10:25 PM Title: Chapter 1
This reminds me of a Mat Metzger piece where Jim can’t cope with traumatic amputation and Pike ends up as the rescuer of the situation. I echo the issue of realism from the medical point of view. Angst much more appropriate in this fic than happily ever after
Date: 10/12/2017 12:33 PM Title: Chapter 11
I have been struggling to ascertain why this story she is called, "Invisible". Is it because of the people's attitude to Spock in the chapters to come? That he becomes societably invisible, somehow? Perhaps through loss of rank due to injury? I am intrigued.
It is called Invisible for a very important reason. This story will explore the psychological effects of physical and mental disabilit. And needless to say, people do fall out of love and move on even if they don’t want to. Or they stay in a loveless relationship because they feel guilt.
Date: 10/10/2017 3:37 PM Title: Chapter 11
When I saw where you were taking Spock, I became curious about how you were going to deal with him at the end of his torment. In the TV series and in some fics, I have often seen him bounce back from grievous injuries as though he'd had no more than a stubbed toe. Since I am living with the consequences of two severe orthopedic injuries, I know how unlikely that is and how even good outcomes are not necessarily pleasant to live with. It appears that you are taking the more realistic and sadder route, and although I hate it for any Spock it seems more appropriate that there would be a question about his recovery at this stage. Well done.