Date: 02/16/2014 3:05 PM Title: Deeper Down
This sequel was even better than the prequel!! Once again you captured every moment perfectly and I loved the tender scenes between Spock and Jim. I also loved how you involved Kirk Prime yet again in this story. It was fun to watch him and Spock interact with one another. Spock's inlaws were super dicks though but it really added to the story I thought. There really isn't enough storys involved Spock's mother's side of the family. In fact, I would love to see a story from you with that as a major focus as it seems that there is a major potential there for a great plot what with his uncle appearing to have some kind of power given the mansion he lives in. I wonder just what exactly he's into?? Sounds like it could be something shady.
Date: 03/19/2012 6:45 PM Title: One Wing
I liked how you combined STXI and STVII. I can honestly say I didn't see that coming. I thought the scary beast in the beginning was old Spock trying to chase young Kirk, though. (Maybe because Lyra wrote a story like that years ago.) So I was kind of nonplussed to find out it was just a wild animal. Anyway, right at the end, there is really nothing like a righteously pissed off Spock, is there? And I loved young Kirk's pitch at bitter, fed-up Kirk in the Nexus. And Spock in the Nexus? Brilliantly played.
Date: 05/21/2011 11:39 AM Title: One Wing
This novel was a torture. However, no a torture that I could not afford.
I tasted fears in a lot of flavors and longing in a lot of tones.
The pain was like fingers intertwined together with me.
Sometimes the eyes collapsed under the weight of the imagination.
I wanted a closed ending ,no loopholes, no speculation, but I respect you as a Creator that you believe that this is how should be, and who knows, maybe the non-closed ending is a beginning for something new ... a new challenge?
i Thank you for the adventure
Date: 10/06/2010 10:30 AM Title: One Wing
It's one of the few reboot fics I've ever read so far, and you've made me like it :)
The new Kirk, especially, felt very much real, in character - his own history, his own insecurities, his speech patterns.
Also, you fixed Generations - which I've always refused to watch because, d'uh ;-) I know what happens, and I do NOT want to see that.
I loved that you had plot, too - yay for plotty stories!
I'm glad I've found a new author ;-)