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Reviewer: Formaldehyde (Signed)
20 Aug 2010 4:00 pm
If possible, I love Ronon's POV better than Teyla's. You do Ronon very perfectly. Thank you.
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Reviewer: Kiara (Anonymous)
29 Aug 2009 9:58 pm
It was great the way you mixed the memories, it wasn't confusing. And I think you managed to convey Ronon's feelings and sense of duty and loyalty perfectly. This serie was great, and your writing is awesome. Kisses, Kiara.
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Reviewer: Laura_trekkie (Signed)
24 Jul 2007 1:21 pm
Like Teyla's story before, I liked finding out what Ronon had been doing before we caught up to him at the end of Seven Walls. I'm glad he was never sold, free to chase the leads straight away, even if he wasn't untouched by his time in the market. It was distressing to see his return to Atlantis and how he was once again made to feel like the outsider, viewed with unease and not even Teyla to offer him the familiar because she'd changed too much. I'm glad he found people willing to help him and offer him a place, and I'm glad that place happened to be on a planet with a city.

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Reviewer: Manic (Signed)
24 Jul 2007 2:37 am
Thanks for this glimpse into Ronan's experience. It makes the epilogue of The City of Seven Walls a little easier to understand.
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Reviewer: Peri (Anonymous)
23 Jul 2007 3:08 pm
Evil, evil author - I was up past 1 AM reading the series (couldn't put it "down") and still had to get up for work. Hope you continue - I'd love to see their lives after Atlantis (please, please, please). Thanks!
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Reviewer: Goddess47 (Signed)
22 Jul 2007 7:22 pm
Losing John and Rodney must have been worst than losing family on Sateda for Ronon. They accepted him as he was and welcomed him into their lives. So glad he never gave up and they all found each other.
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