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Reviewer: WeirdLittleStories Signed starstarstarstarstar [Report This]
Date: 03/25/2018 5:08 AM Title: Chapter 1

That was gorgeous!  Spock is such an incredible person, wonderful in so many ways, and you managed to touch on so many of them here.  Well done!

 



Author's Response: Thank you very much. Pleased you enjoyed it.

Reviewer: LSPINGLES Signed starstarstarstarhalf-star [Report This]
Date: 02/28/2018 3:26 AM Title: Chapter 1

I enjoyed this scene filler.  It always amazes me when authors such as yourself find a way to fill in a what we did not see on the screen.  I think this captures wonderfully what Jim must have felt when he was left with the task of trying to summarize the unexplainable to a room full of people (that he needs to lead).  



Author's Response: Thank you. Glad you enjoyed it. That scene just cried out to be written, at least to me!

Reviewer: Ohalovaya Signed starstarstarstarstar [Report This]
Date: 02/06/2018 8:53 PM Title: Chapter 1

Wow! What other word is there to respond to such a gut-wrenching, heart-squeezing cameo?



Author's Response: Many thanks. Kirk was so obviously distressed at the funeral, but his eulogy was so plain, I felt the need to explain the mismatch!

Reviewer: AKO Signed starstarstarstarstar [Report This]
Date: 02/05/2018 1:54 PM Title: Chapter 1

Welcome to the Archive, Anne Elliot! Your story is beautifully written, and heart-wrenching.

My husband wanted to watch TWOK last night, and I said no, it was still too soon. Dear God, it's three years this month since Leonard Nimoy died, and I still grieve him.

~AKO



Author's Response: Thankyou for this. It wasn’t an easy story to write - nor to read, it seems. Thank goodness they got back together again later!

Reviewer: PaintedBird Signed [Report This]
Date: 02/05/2018 4:07 AM Title: Chapter 1

This is a very lovely piece of work - realistic and raw by turns.  It reminded me of my state when I lost that dear one who made me believe that T'hy'la could be possible, when I told the doctors doing CPR to stop breathing for my dad and allow him to die, when I held my dying mother's hand and released my childhood memories and connections when I turned it loose.  There can be a tremendous clarity of mind at a time like that, and yet there is such a tremendous, unsettling emotionality at the same time.  You captured it perfectly.



Author's Response: Thankyou. I was sorry the story triggered sad memories, but glad I got the emotional feel of the story right.

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