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Reviewer: WolfenMoondaughter (Signed)
01 Jul 2007 11:45 pm
Nice character exploration :) I could totally see their life together being like that ...

Author's Response: Thanks. Glad that worked for you and the feedback is appreciated!
Leadership in Pegasus
Reviewer: Robin (Anonymous)
18 Feb 2007 3:42 pm
Very realistic. If they really had a relationship these would probably be the exact reasons for it. Well done!
Leadership in Pegasus
Reviewer: Mystic (Anonymous)
16 Feb 2007 4:24 pm
Very well done. Touching, insightful and moving. Thank you for sharing.

Author's Response: And thank you for letting me know it works!
Leadership in Pegasus
Reviewer: Eclipse (Anonymous)
16 Feb 2007 6:51 am
Wonderful story. Wonderful character study. Very sensitive. What good ER is all about. I loved every paragraph!!

Author's Response: Thank you for the kind words!
Leadership in Pegasus
Reviewer: Fe (Anonymous)
16 Feb 2007 6:09 am
I'm sure you don't need me copy/pasting a part of your own story, but I just wanted to make sure you knew which part I was talking about. :) This passage is especially lovely. "For Rodney understood the awful responsibility they held. Fate had put them in charge of other people’s lives and held them accountable. Flyboy and geek evolved on their own to soldier and scientist. Pegasus further evolved them to warrior and wizard and forced them into leadership that they never sought. The least injury to others, the littlest hurt, each only added to the debt they owed, for somehow, they survived, and lived on, while others did not. In Pegasus, being a leader meant holding the souls of those that reported to you in the palm of your hands. And it was like holding sand – hold too tight and the soul would slip away, not hold tight enough and the merest breeze would take the soul away."

Author's Response: That is also my favorite part..... it felt 'right' as I wrote it... thanks for letting me know that it works as well as I had hoped.
Leadership in Pegasus