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Reviewer: Dorothy Marley (Signed)
16 Sep 2007 3:40 am
Lovely story. You did such a great job of setting the tone, making it feel as though Zelenka and Lorne really were in their own little bubble out there on the balcony, quiet and peaceful and removed from the chaos of the rest of the world. Everything about this story was beautifully understated, especially Zelenka's almost casual mention of his powers of invisibility--an idea that many writers would be tempted to let overwhelm the story.

I also liked that you let the reader fill in the gaps, that you didn't over-explain, instead letting us draw our own conclusions from the hints and glimpses. I really enjoyed reading this, thank you so much for posting it.

Author's Response: Thank you. rn:) It was written for ‘special power’ challenge on… I don’t remember – some lj community, so I *had to* put some ‘power’ in. But in reality I just wanted to talk about kindness (absence of it) in SGA characters. What a sad, sad movie…
Reviewer: Sharon (Anonymous)
23 Aug 2006 10:49 pm
Nicely done. You picked the two perfect characters for this story. Thanks for writing it

Author's Response: Thank you. Well, I picked two who didn't do anything stinky (not yet). I'm risking it, though. Neither of those two were shown to have any moral position. They could as well be the same 'quagmire' as the rest of SGA guys, they just have never been shown to suck somebody in. Not yet.
Reviewer: Ishtra Nalamanti (Signed)
23 Aug 2006 8:01 pm
I'm a really religious person, and non-Christian, and I absolutely loved this story. What I wouldn't give to have an insight or ability like the ones you gave Zelenka, to know who really is worth the trouble. I wish they had rating thingise on these, out of a 0 to 10 scale this is without a doubt an 8 or a 9.

Author's Response: Thank you. I doubt many would rate this story too high, so I'm glad there is no 'rating thingsie' here. ;) I wish I'd have Radek's ability myself (not to see who the person in front of you really is - that's relatively easy) but to be invisible when I'm upset or disgusted.
Reviewer: Soledad (Anonymous)
23 Aug 2006 7:45 pm
Well, I consider myself a semi-religious person, and I found your story beautiful.

Author's Response: Thank you. I thought I put that warning anyway, because someone might be upset by 'unortodoxal' interpretation of Bible.