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Reviewer: Anonymous (Anonymous)
01 Jan 2008 10:43 pm
I feel like saying OMG! That was quite a read. Thank you for writing it. I feel bad for John & Rodney but it seems that Joe & Madison are on the right path. Nicely done!
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Reviewer: (Anonymous)
27 Oct 2007 12:53 am
Great story, I didn't expect to love it that much but it's become a real favorite of mine now!

Very sad and very believable.
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Reviewer: more anonymity (Anonymous)
12 Jun 2007 1:34 pm
I loved this piece. very nicely done. probably the best (and most realistic) post-Atlantis McShep I've come across since I fell into this fandom.

and now I have to find the play (says my not-so-inner lit geek).

Author's Response: Wow, thank you!! I love the idea of post-Atlantis fics and this play was just so perfect. Enjoy the play!!
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Reviewer: mandy (Anonymous)
06 Jun 2007 10:10 am
Wow. I didn't know what to expect when I started reading this, but I couldn't stop reading until I'd finished both chapters. It seems a sad way for John and Rodney to end up after all of their heroics, but you handled the characterization well and realistically. My only quibble is that Madison seems a little too mean and off-putting to be so attractive to Joe so quickly (John had years to get used to Rodney's surliness), but I just wrote it off that he's attracted to her because her uncle was Rodney. Overall, I thought the story was great and well written.

BTW, I agree with one of your other reviewers that Carter should be a general by now and should have been running the SGC. ;)
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Reviewer: Darklady (Anonymous)
04 Jun 2007 10:39 pm
LUV this - esp the last line.

You have a great style as well.

One gripe. Shouldn't Carter have made General by now? She's got at least as much going for her as Mitchell.
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Reviewer: Goddess47 (Signed)
04 Jun 2007 2:05 am
How... how amazing. Poetic that somehow a McKay and a Sheppard end up together (although if Madison is a genius she should have figured it out long before she did!) Nicely done.
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Reviewer: Anonymous (Anonymous)
03 Jun 2007 2:41 pm
Wow. I don't normally like stories about unrequited or unfulfilled love. Adding the kids changed this into a melancholy story full of hope. Very nicely done!
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