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Reviewer: Princessia (Signed)
02 May 2011 12:27 pm
i like this story and the sheppard/lorne/cadman dynamic. you should really write a followup of this story. maybe how their relationship develops after they return to atlantis and what lorne and cadman say to sheppard for leaving them behind.
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Reviewer: Alicia (Anonymous)
16 Jan 2008 8:42 pm
*Grins* Love it! And it's so true, neither SG1 nor the Atlantis personnel will leave their people behind - but while SG1 concerns itself mostly with its own members, Atlantis is tight knit group whose loyalty is to the city first. Particularly enjoyed all the dynamics between the Lanteans!

Although as a Canadian, I feel I must point out - Ontario is a province, and Toronto its capital. Thus Toronto is geographically in Ontario. Saying that "Keller wasn't in Ontario, but Toronto" makes no sense at all.
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Reviewer: Laura_trekkie (Signed)
18 Aug 2007 8:19 pm
Very nice. I liked seeing the joint planning at the end after seeing how the Atlantis group had been split up and generally kept themselves apart from their Earth-side colleagues (or maybe, were kept away by the Earth people). I'm glad SG-1, at least, could understand what was driving the Atlantean's.


Author's Response: Thanks so much! I started writing this story from Sam's POV, and it was interesting to see her slowly moving along toward an understanding that the Atlantis expedition wasn't SGC-like, but that they were still all one family. It really started to gel for me when I wrote the Lorne POV stuff as an accompaniment, and then I could actually make all the characters come to an understanding. I'm really glad you liked this story!
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Reviewer: Goddess47 (Signed)
18 Aug 2007 2:14 am
Very nice. Being left behind is so hard, especially when you know that you can't go after them when they'd certainly go after you.

Author's Response: Thank you so much! I'm glad you liked this! And you're absolutely right about being left behind. That's probably the hardest part for everyone.
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