Penname: Fenrir [Contact] Real name:
Member Since: 07/28/2010
Membership status: Member
Bio:

I'm a 19-year-old British genderqueer person. 'Genderqueer' means I feel my mind, soul, katra, whatever you want to call it, is in between male and female. I'm also asexual, which makes me somewhat an unusual Kirk/Spock fan! I was deeply touched by the love between Kirk and Spock, not just as a romance, but also as a friendship, a brotherhood, all neatly summed up by the term t'hy'la, and so... I just want to give something back to the community!


Gosh, I'm bad at these things.


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Reviews by Fenrir
Bitter Glass by Killa Rated: Mature Content (Teen) starstarstarstarstar [Reviews - 26]
Summary:

A story about regrets and second chances. Faced with the news of Kirk's death in Generations, Spock tells the story of a thirty-year friendship that defied all categorization. (Crossover with Star Trek: TNG) Originally posted in 1996.


Categories: Fiction
Characters: Chekov, McCoy, Original Character(s), Saavik, Sarek, Scott, Sulu, Uhura
Crossover Fandom: ST:TNG
Genres: K/S plus K/other or S/other, Kirk-Spock Friendship
Other Languages: None
Specific movie: None
Story Type: Angst, Character Study
Trope (OPTIONAL): None
Universe: ST:TOS Original Universe
Warnings: Major character death
Series: None
Chapters: 3 Table of Contents
Completed: Yes Word count: 95803 Read Count: 23165
[Report This] Published: 09/06/2005 Updated: 09/06/2005
Reviewer: Fenrir Signed
Date: 07/28/2010 Title: Chapter 1: Part 1

This was amazing. Not just as a romantic story, but also as a story in its own right! It absorbed me from the start, and (naturally, considering the nature of the tale) was crying by the end. I registered just to say this, so I'm sorry I can't think of much else to say! Well done, anyway, great work, and I'll check out that book you used for Saavik's background stuff! (: And thank you!



Author's Response:

Thank you, you are so kind to register just to tell me you enjoyed the story. I'm so glad! That's wonderful to hear, and I really appreciate your comment.