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Reviewer: purrfus (Anonymous)
31 Jul 2007 9:12 pm
A truely twisty AU, very very well done - from the plotline to the writing.

Author's Response: Thanks! Even though the subject was very somber, this one was fun to write!
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Reviewer: Krysalys (Signed)
27 May 2006 3:05 am
Wow, this is friggin awesome. I love the cheap dime-store novel flair to Rodney's dream/nightmare, and the fact that it was actually Miko really broke my heart. They say it's always the quiet ones you have to be wary of, and in this case it's definitely true, hrm? Poor Elizabeth, and poor Rodney. Plus too, Rodney won't be able to go on any more missions now that he'll be the head of the expedition, hrm? Oh, that'll just drive him *batty*. Wonderful job on this story, love. ----}-@

Author's Response: Thanks! The first half of the story was so much fun to write. It was kind of a license to go wild. And the second half was supposed to be silly and it turned sad and sweet on me. I never saw it coming! Glad you liked it.
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Reviewer: darkhavens (Signed)
26 May 2006 10:47 pm
Kudos for making Miko a murderer and painting a wonderful Noir scene in Rodney's dream. This is definitely a keeper. :D

Author's Response: I'm so glad you liked it. It was a lot of fun to write!!
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Reviewer: Mystic (Anonymous)
26 May 2006 7:19 pm
mysticmcknight@hotmail.com is my email address. I'm not sure why it didn't work for you. I would love to discuss the possibilities you inspired. If you feel comfortable, perhaps you can list an email or a site that leads to an email I can contact you. I'm glad you didn't feel flamed...and I didn't notice the computers...ehhehe. I got a 1940ish feel for it, but she's right, they did have computers. Either way, I stick to my original thoughts, two potentially great stories and I really do hope you'll flush them both out. I doubt anyone will care if the manner of death is the same as you're the writter of both stories. Anything I can do to help or encourage, just let me know. :>)

Author's Response: Thanks for your comments! I really was going for a 1940's feel, kind of like you'd have in a dream with everything all mixed up.
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Reviewer: anon (Anonymous)
26 May 2006 4:06 pm
I absolutely agree with Mystic that you have two stories here. I really would love it if you would expand the part based on Earth(not the 1940's Mystic, they have computers!), with Miko's involvement more fleshed out. I was disappointed that it was a dream, and would love to see how they got together in that scenario. BTW if anyone thinks Mystic was flaming, then they need to re-read the definition.

Author's Response: Thanks! I don't know about rewriting this one as two stories, but I do have a plot bunny with Miko so she gets her own story.
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Reviewer: Mystic (Anonymous)
26 May 2006 2:53 am
I have to admit to mix feelings for this one. I was enjoying the 1940ish verion of the story and wanted to see the hero save the day and then see Rodney swept off his feet; that would hav been neat. The other part was interesting but there was no way one could have see who dunit coming, which is good and bad...it would have been good to be led on the mystery and solve it or Rodney's thoughts solve it, it was rather sudden. Plus it left me with a sad feeing instead of the happy, excited feeling I was anticpating at the begining. Both parts were good, but in my humble POV, they were two different stories. So, enjoyed the first and second, but for different reasons, but they didn't mesh well for me. (Please note, I'm not trying to flame you in ANYWAY) just suggest you split them and develop them seapeartly, then you'd have TWO great stories. If you wish to discuss this more or feel I've wronged you in anyway, I'm more than willing to disucss it w/ you. As I said, two great ideas, but as one, I felt you lost something. (mysticmcknight@homail.com) I would have emailed you off line but didn't know how. Again, over all a 6 out of 10, but you could have two 10's.

Author's Response: Mystic, I tried to respond to the email address, but it came back. Thanks for the comments, and I feel in no way flamed! It never occurred to me to write these as two seperate fics, but I will think about it. Thanks ;-)
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