Reviews For Defining Family

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Reviewer: Korilian (Signed)
10 Oct 2007 3:03 pm
OMG NOES! Adding the last name could have been totally schoolgirl, but was deeply moving and romantic instead.
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Reviewer: BlackRaven (Anonymous)
26 Feb 2007 11:53 am
Oh crap, you made me cry. Very thought provoking. Nicely written.
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Reviewer: Loldemort (Signed)
03 Oct 2006 8:54 pm
Call me a quibbler, but I had no idea whether the "-McKay" bit had been added by John before he died or by Rodney afterwards, and it does make a huge difference. I assume (from the "crudely") that it wasn't part of the original stamping, at any rate. Nice idea, anyway.
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Reviewer: Deadra (Anonymous)
12 Jun 2006 4:19 pm
This is a really beautiful story. It's painful and sad...and thought provoking.
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Reviewer: DaVinci's Girl (Anonymous)
05 Jun 2006 3:04 am
Found this through a double treat link. It's painfully beautiful.
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Reviewer: Mardahin (Signed)
02 Jun 2006 2:11 am
Very poignant, thought-provoking. Nicely done.
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Reviewer: bonita7 (Anonymous)
01 Jun 2006 5:26 am
This is so much more poignant because of the disputes regarding gay marriage. Rodney is the one John loved and the one he considered his husband in every way save legally and Rodney has no rights while the parents that disowned him do. Well done.
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Reviewer: Pranksta (Anonymous)
01 Jun 2006 2:29 am
Read it over at SGAHC, but it's so saaad, it's worth reading again! Nice work!
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Reviewer: J (Anonymous)
31 May 2006 1:57 pm
John's name is John! It's a real full name! The short form of Jonathon is Jon with an with the "n".

Author's Response: I know John can be a full name on it's own but I have several friends who are called Jonathon yet go by 'John' and I always though Jonathon was probably a family name anyway, John being his own way of distancing himself from his father.
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