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Reviewer: GBaby (Signed)
25 Mar 2007 4:36 pm
XD Tell me why I found this ficlet incredible amusing??? I'm such a sicko, still laughing... but this "If it's not dead" thing sooo cracked me up!!! Weird buggies! Yours GB

Author's Response: I try to lighten the angst up with humor. I'm glad you liked that part. Thanks!
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Reviewer: anon (Anonymous)
13 Mar 2006 5:06 pm
Was good. Liked your resolution. It didn't feel forced or contrived; but natural. Good an angsty (for ust angst fans).

Author's Response: I have a real fondness for angst. *g* Thanks!
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Reviewer: SylvanWitch (Signed)
12 Mar 2006 5:25 pm
What's especially great about this story is that the reader starts out figuring Rodney's the victim, and then it slowly becomes apparent that John has been injured in some way, and only after slow unfolding do we discover the whole truth. You've taken an SGA fic chestnut--"aliens made them do it"--and approached it in a thoughtful, careful way, and I love it! Bravo!

Author's Response: Thanks! As I set this post-hive, I knew that people would focus in on what happened with Rodney, so I wanted to build up the mystery about what happened with Sheppard. I'm glad you liked it.
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Reviewer: Laura_trekkie (Signed)
12 Mar 2006 12:53 pm
This was a great story. I had an inkling about what might have happened from John's odd behaviour. Rodney's own behaviour was well done too; how he was so hung up on little things and that made him attribute John's strangeness to completely wrong things and made it so that he didn't immediately get that something was wrong. It was great that he got the idea in the end though. Carson's slightly odd response to Rodney's worry was another clue to my thoughts. As for Rodney's dreams...weird, and I could see how they would irritate him in their convoluted vagueness *g*. I loved that he started to figure it out and headed to John's room. They needed that talk and I thought you wrote it well, the mixture of blame and absolution, but not completely forgotten. the ending was great with that hope for the future and John asking Rodney to lie down with him :). Laura.

Author's Response: I had a lot of fun building up the mystery in this. I actually started the story with the final dream sequence, and then I had to figure out what led up to that. *g* Thanks!
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Reviewer: Krysalys (Signed)
12 Mar 2006 1:13 am
Wow. Just... wow. This was spectacular. Imagery to clear and brutal it literally hurt to read and breathe at the same time. So much said... and yet so much more left unsaid yet utterly understood between them. Wow. ----}-@ Krys

Author's Response: Thank you! When I posted this to LJ, I put a 'vivid imagery' warning on it, which is part of why I chose 'adult themes'. Even though it's not explicit, it can be disturbing to some, so I try to be clear about it. I'm glad that you liked it.
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Reviewer: Brindel (Signed)
11 Mar 2006 7:10 pm
I...I....*has to stop and think for a moment* Reviewing this is hard. I didn't like it so much as..as...lived it? It has put me in the weirdest damn head-space and..and I think I like it here. But I can't say why. *g*

Author's Response: No problem! It's a little different, I know, and I'm glad you liked it. Thanks!
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Reviewer: Brindel (Signed)
11 Mar 2006 7:09 pm
I...I....*has to stop and think for a moment* Reviewing this is hard. I didn't like it so much as..as...lived it? It has put me in the weirdest damn head-space and..and I think I like it here. But I can't say why. *g*

Author's Response: Man, reviewing is hard, you're right. I never know what to say either.
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