Reviews For Grammatology

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Reviewer: clairshadows (Anonymous)
30 Jun 2009 9:26 am
Wonderfully done. I love the perspective you've chosen and the broken, yet understandable conversation at the end.
Reviewer: Sorcha Luxor (Anonymous)
14 Oct 2007 6:38 pm
So well done! Such a deft and intricate twist on the concept of anthropology/archaeology, where "we" become the artifacts and are looked back upon as Daniel would look back upon the "Ancients." Poignant, piercing, and yet so much is still unanswered. You could do a LOT more with this slice of AU. Kudos. :)
Reviewer: nim the cat (Signed)
04 Oct 2007 9:02 am
Reviewer: Leah (Anonymous)
04 Oct 2007 4:26 am
That was wild. I would love to know more of the story. I hope that John and Rodney can get home, but even their despair was beautiful in the telling.
Reviewer: Twinchy (Signed)
04 Oct 2007 4:10 am
This story really made shivers run down my spine.

I liked your characterization of the decendants and how they didn't even know why they were searching anymore, and much less for what.

Thinking about John and Rodney lost there, breaks my heart. But I agree with John; if there's anyone able to get them back home into their time frame, it's Rodney!
Reviewer: reen212000 (Signed)
03 Oct 2007 6:27 pm
That was beautifully written. Any more in this universe? I could sense the confusion and worry from them, and it was very nicely conveyed.
Reviewer: Dementi (Signed)
03 Oct 2007 5:37 pm
Wow, this is amazing! I love that you incorporated images into your story, the text and lines are woven so well. Poor Rodney and John, stranded so many years from home...I hope that there will be more even though it says it is deserves more.
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