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Reviewer: springwoof (Anonymous)
25 Feb 2010 3:28 am
Haunting and dreamlike. Poor Rodney as the Ghost in the Machine....
Reviewer: fee_kh (Anonymous)
28 Jun 2007 10:15 am
Oh wow. That was so haunting. The whole meandering layout, past the dam and the other people who are so familiar yet not. And then at the end it is like you pulled back a curtain and it is clear in blinding light.
And oh so sad.
Reviewer: Madison (Signed)
19 Jun 2007 9:45 pm
Whew! That's all I can say. Whew! Powerful stuff...
Reviewer: A Cat Called McKay (Anonymous)
06 Dec 2006 8:10 pm
oh I felt heart broken at the end of this poor rodney 200 years mostly on his own with john only having half memoreys of there relationship.

Author's Response: Thank you! Heartbroken was one of the things I was going for :)
Reviewer: Mystic (Anonymous)
06 Dec 2006 6:51 pm
Wow, this was nothing like I was expecting, what a surprise, but a good one. I was wondering what was happening and I didn't see that coming, what a great idea! I hope they make it home and it would be interesting to see what they return too. Thanks for sharing and yes, that was my way of asking for more. :>)

Author's Response: Thank you! I think the title misled a lot of people, but I couldn't think of a title that wouldn't give anything away. So, it ended up coming from Beck's "Jackass," which was one of the songs that inspired this. As for a follow-up, I don't know... I thought about writing something explaining more clearly how they got in that situation, and maybe something of what happens afterwards, but I sort of like how the story stands on its own.
Reviewer: haggy (Anonymous)
06 Dec 2006 2:04 am
Oh my word! This was haunting and fantastic and confusing and explicately clear all at the same time. What an existance Rodney has to endure. John always there but never remembering is heartbreaking.

Author's Response: Thanks! I wanted confusion in the first part, but really wanted everything to come clear in the flashback. Otherwise it would be all confusing and people wouldn't like it :D
Reviewer: Fe (Anonymous)
06 Dec 2006 1:07 am
It's melancholy, your story. Like the middle of the night when everything is quiet and dawn is just a distant hope and dusk a fading memory. I'm an insomniac, your story reminds me of three oclock in the morning, when I think I'll never sleep ever again and wonder if I've simply imagined it all. Nice story. :)

Author's Response: Thank you! I actually wrote it somewhere around 2am and after I sent it off to beta I wondered if I had dreamt the whole thing, but apparently not--so yay insomnia :)
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