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Reviewer: sga74 (Signed)
29 Oct 2008 10:25 pm
I am sitting here just stunned. The morbidity of the two stories of yours that I have read so far are intriguing. I think I need to read more.
Reviewer: Krysalys (Signed)
04 Feb 2006 1:14 am
Oh, that's frelling scary as hell. ----}-@ Krys
Reviewer: springwoof (Signed)
03 Feb 2006 10:32 am
Yay! You posted! It's still creepy & chilling, luciously dark. Or, as Rodney would say: Doom, doom, doom! They're all Doomed! wags,springwoof

Author's Response: I said I would post them and I did. This is, I think, the darkest of them. Alien doom is horrifying, but human doom is somehow much sadder. Such a pointless, futile way to go, brought down by their own reluctance to do the murderous little monsters harm.
Reviewer: Monkey (Anonymous)
03 Feb 2006 8:52 am
That was great. Horrific!! Rodney's last line was like a death sentence to Atlantis. Even though I love the show I love fics like this.

Author's Response: I like to do them all in once in a while. *g* And I love ending with a great line. The best thing is, I can do them all in, and go back and watch the show and have them all alive again. Best of both worlds.
Reviewer: Lu (Anonymous)
03 Feb 2006 4:59 am
u arent leaving it like that are u!!!! I hope there is more to come...it is awesome!!!
Reviewer: Joolz (Signed)
03 Feb 2006 12:16 am
Very creepy. But if you go flying around an other galaxy, it makes sense that something like this would happen sometime. :( Good story, thanks

Author's Response: Sometimes I wonder where these ideas come from in my brain. Sentient mushroom planets, seas of intelligent, hostile amoeba things, I have to wonder what will be next. But there must even stranger things out there than I can imagine.
Reviewer: The Lady of Shadows (Anonymous)
02 Feb 2006 10:42 pm
This was vewy, vewy creepy. It sent chills down my spine.

Author's Response: Thank you very much. I find amoeboid things gross and creepy myself. Surrounding and absorbing things ... and then splitting into identical versions. SGA needs more really alien things, so I supplied some.
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