20 Aug 2005
Chapters: 0 [Table of Contents
Word count: 0; Completed: No
Updated: 31 Dec 1969; Published: 31 Dec 1969
I so love this series. Yes, it's hot, but it's the pain that's in it that's amazing as well. Rodney who, as always, thinks way to much and wants to know what they're doing and John who just wants to feel and knows precisely
"But that's just not possible!" (McKay/Sheppard)
Updated: 27 Oct 2005; Published: 27 Oct 2005
If they're digging you a special place in hell, it's smurf-sure to be furbished with pale blue satin and dark green velvet. Very posh for all the naughtiness that you've spread. I can't even begin to describe how absolutely hysterical this was. It was brilliant and had just the right amount of 'ouch' to it with the conversations between Spock and McKay and McKay and McCoy. And the comment from John about finding the right science book to piss off Rodney was priceless.
Crack, crack, crack...and cracked-out cute and fluffy bunnies have breed all over it. I enjoyed the Star Trek uniforms, but Radek nearly sufficating from laughing so hard and Carson and Scotty doing the brogue-thing just about killed me. Wonderful and giggliscious.
Musical/vague Religious drabble. Slash can be found at the end. As sparse as it is. McKay POV sort of.
Updated: 12 Nov 2005; Published: 12 Nov 2005
Absolutely beautiful. Music and science and chords and equations--different expressions of the same thought. I particularly liked the bits about angels being little more than mechanical and as autonomous as computers and that for an angel to be able to fall meant that they had to be something more. It reminded me of some of the stuff from Angel Sanctuary and The Prophecy movies.
They had both underestimated the lengths Rodney McKay would go to in order to protect his sister. Pre Atlantis, Child Abuse mentioned, not graphic, not physical
Updated: 03 Dec 2005; Published: 02 Dec 2005
I think my heart broke. Scarily, beautifully written.