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Reviewer: Soledad (Anonymous)
10 Apr 2006 5:00 pm
Wonderful, frightening and entirely imaginable. I always thought the screenwriters tended to take the easy way out of the situations they'd brought the characters. Starting with "Hot Zone".

Author's Response: Thanks very much. Yes, they do make it easy on them - - especially when it's so easy to see where things might have gone much, much worse.
Reviewer: fenris_wolf0 (Anonymous)
10 Apr 2006 11:02 am

Author's Response: *grin*
Reviewer: Kitestringer (Anonymous)
10 Apr 2006 9:49 am
Oooooh. Oh my GOD. This might just be one of the saddest stories I've ever read! It's all so subtly done, so quietly devastating. And it's so true to the relationship I see between Ford and McKay. The way you've made it so that the memory of Atlantis and the specter of Sheppard are always hovering not very far from their thoughts also rings very true to me. And the part where Rodney is forgetting how to do math? KILLED ME. You know, in a "wow, I'm in awe of this story" kind of way. *g*

Author's Response: Wow, thanks! I loved writing Sheppard just out of reach - - I even listed him as a character even though he never actually shows up - - and the scene where Rodney couldn't remember the math? Pretty much killed me in the writing of it. Really, thanks so, so much.
Reviewer: Silverthreads (Anonymous)
10 Apr 2006 2:25 am
Very depressing, but very well done.

Author's Response: Thank you.
Reviewer: DaVinci's Girl (Anonymous)
10 Apr 2006 12:53 am
You had me at the title. I would have read any topic or pairing with this literary/film reference as a teaser.

Author's Response: Glad you liked it - - I couldn't resist linking these four together.
Reviewer: alby (Anonymous)
10 Apr 2006 12:35 am
that was absolutley amazing! at first i was attracted to the story because of the title - its the film right? not just hamlet, its the film with tim roth and gary oldman? i didnt think anyone but me had ever seen it! Then i read the story and i was absolutely amazed. One of the best, original stories i've read. I loved it.

Author's Response: Somewhere between the film and the play, I'd think - - I think you could have gotten the essential "joke" with just one. I'm glad you liked it!