Poor Carson! It's so hard that he can't save everyone. Good for him to try, though. Nice job.
Author's Response: Thanks. I'm reminded of the scene in "Misbegotten" when he says he's losing his empathy.rnThis story is supposed to take place right after that, so it's no surprise that he's close to his breaking point.
Reviews For Genii Clinic
Reviewer: StarSkimmer (Anonymous)
27 Aug 2006 11:39 pm
Nice story. I've been wondering what happened with the Genii that were sick, and this was pretty interesting. :)
Good chapter. Yes, they did have some of it in the episode, but they didn't explain exactly how the Genii trusted the doctors enough to treat them. You explained that well, I thought.
Reviewer: Arlessiar (Anonymous)
25 May 2006 5:27 pm
Hi! I'm too lazy to log in, hope you don't mind. :) But I have to tell you how glad I am that you wrote this short story! Ever since I saw "Coup D'etat" I wondered why the woman suddenly trusted Beckett so much that she let him operate. I mean, she seemed to be pretty determined, and then, only one hour later, she's diagnosed with cancer and is already lying on the operating table, so she must have agreed to the exams and to surgery (Btw, I guess Ladon and Weir watched for quite a while since this surgery must have taken some time, too). So thanks for this fic - it fills a gap. And it's written beautifully as always! I love your stories. :)
Reviewer: jennamajig (Anonymous)
25 May 2006 11:49 am
I always enjoy fic from you, but I especially loved the unique POV you chose for this piece. A nice introspective on how Dahlia got to trust Atlantis. Great job.
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