Reviews For Left to Fend

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Reviewer: grandma (Signed)
01 Mar 2013 10:21 pm
Sooooo Awesome!!

Author's Response: so glad you enjoyed it! :Drnthanks for leaving FB on the sequel, too.
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Reviewer: SentientCitizen (Signed)
26 Sep 2009 10:51 pm
Oof. Chilling, but fascinating. I don't know if I've ever read an Atlantis-declares-independance fic with this sort of grey-zone take on the whole thing. Very nice. :)

Author's Response: thank you so much! I'm glad you enjoyed it. If you're interested, the prequel/sequel to this story is The Body Holographic, which Leah & I wrote...
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Reviewer: Ciar (Signed)
07 Sep 2008 4:35 pm
Just found this today and wanted to let you know that I really enjoyed it. It was very intriguing and well written. It gives such interesting hints of how things could go in the world you've built. It's so weird to see the familiar characters in such a different light and yet you've kept the essence of each one, they're still true to their essential natures.

Author's Response: Thank you so much for the lovely feedback! It's wonderful that folks are still finding this story and enjoying it. And I see that you've read and reviewed The Body Holographic as well, so doubly thanks for your thoughtful and very kind comments. wags, springwoof
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Reviewer: Jantique (Anonymous)
13 Mar 2008 2:23 pm
This is a wonderful story. Beautifully describes a future society. I would love to see a sequel, or possibly a prequel. What did Atlantis go through before the Krishna came? Think about it!

Keep up the good writing!

Author's Response: Your wish is my command: see The Body Holographic, which provides both sequel and prequel....
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Reviewer: A Cat Called McKay (Anonymous)
27 Oct 2006 10:17 pm
amazing fic loved it

Author's Response: yay! glad you enjoyed. wags, sw
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Reviewer: mandy (Anonymous)
10 Jul 2006 10:56 am
Wow. What an incredibly interesting take on what Atlantis could turn into. The questions of how and why are boggling, as is the image of such a cold and stern Weir. And slaves? Some major stuff must have gone down for them to go that far. I'm looking forward to reading the Body Holographic to see what answers are in that story.

Author's Response: I'm pleased you found the story an interesting read. I hope TBH lives up to expectations! thanks for commenting. wags, springwoof
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Reviewer: Laura_trekkie (Signed)
09 Jul 2006 8:04 pm
I missed this until 'Body Holographic' brought it to my attention. Very creepy and maddeningly leaving so many questions unanswered. But I can see how it would happen, how the lack of contact from Earth would lead to Atlantis making yet more allies, as they already have ben in canon. It's not such a stretch to imagine they'd finally find others sufficiently technological to help defeat the Wraith. Still, Weir's general scariness, especially when Rodney, Johnny and Sora were all requesting leniency, as well as Rodney's own harshness with Sora, was quite creepy. Looking forward to some answers (I hope) in 'Body...'. Laura.

Author's Response: thanks for the comments, Laura. If you wanted answers in TBH, you can thank Leah for them! She was brilliant, and wanted a sequel/prequel so bad that she just magically drew me in with her writing mojo.... :-) wags, springwoof
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Reviewer: Irene (Anonymous)
17 Dec 2005 8:01 pm
Wow...Scary but incredibley possible. Just wondering, whose Johnny's mother?

Author's Response: Hi Irene! Thanks for the nice comment. Who is Johnny's mother? Cara Yana Astal, the “house daughter” of Shil Yana. You *may* hear more about her if we ever finish a story we're working on... (which is *not* a sequel to "Left to Fend"). ::Smiles mysteriously::
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Reviewer: Akro (Anonymous)
16 Jul 2005 9:47 pm
Wow...this is scary...but I can see it hapening. Are you gonna write a sequel?

Author's Response: Thanks for the comment! I'm glad you liked it. Alas, no sequel! wags, springwoof
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