Reviews For The No-Fly Zone

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Reviewer: Sulien (Signed)
22 Jun 2012 11:53 pm
" service of an organization that pillaged, murdered, and ran roughshod over anything and anyone in their path."

Oh, you have no idea how much this makes me want to tell you, in no uncertain terms, that the above line is a load of horse shit. I can't describe the pain it causes me to know that I can't do that, because it's true these days. And you have no idea how truly sickening it is to those who have served, and those still serving, to know that it's true and be helpless to do a damned thing about it but vote and hope the next assclown in the Oval Office, and those in the Pentagon, are better human beings and better commanders who won't ask such things of their people and will weed out those below them who do such things just for kicks. Then again, maybe you do, because you've got John's response dead on the money. Considering the deftness of your writing, it wouldn't surprise me if that was part of what you were trying to get across with this all along. Brilliantly done, as always.

Author's Response: I have nothing but the utmost respect for our soldiers, and I hope that in all these stories that I write about SGA I convey that. I think it's always easier when the "enemy" is clear cut as it is in the show (with Kolya and the Wraith). In real life it's not so easy. How do we cull out the humanity in our soldiers so that they can be killing machines and yet not completely destroy them as human beings? It's something I think about a lot, and I see that dilemma so perfectly in John Sheppard. Thank you.
Reviewer: Laura_trekkie (Signed)
15 Apr 2011 9:42 pm
Awww. Lovely character study. Rodney really does know all of John's little traits and quirks.


Author's Response: Thanks, it's a wee slice but I think it says a lot about them within a community and one on one.