Reviews For Betrayal

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Reviewer: kokopelli24 (Signed)
28 Jun 2005 7:10 am
The image of Weir being traded was intense and is still stuck in my mind....very creepy. I'm afraid I'm not as forgiving of John but that's sorta the point isn't it? Very well done :)
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Reviewer: gorgon (Anonymous)
25 May 2005 3:26 am
beautifully bittersweet. you wanna find fault with john but you just can't. good job!
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Reviewer: Cheyanne (Anonymous)
25 May 2005 1:05 am
Wow, wow, wow. Deep, dark, intense. Full of guilt, self-recrimination and love. Beautifully written.
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Reviewer: Laura_trekkie (Anonymous)
25 May 2005 12:23 am is a great look at John's darker side, but also the depth of his feelings for Rodney. I really should feel angry at him, but I don't. And Rodney would have done the same? That's kind of sweet, in a disturbing way. Laura.
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Reviewer: lilad (Signed)
24 May 2005 11:51 pm
I think you wrote that nicely, showing John's dark side but without making him look like a monster. The whole story rings true with Sheppard's character.
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Reviewer: chaps (Anonymous)
24 May 2005 10:08 pm
I didn't think you could follow that up and do justice to it, but you did. Rodney's single line said it all.
Reviewer: Tarlan (Anonymous)
16 May 2005 12:19 pm
As much as I like Elizabeth, I cannot blame John for 'selling his soul' to get Rodney back :-)