A Teaspoon And An Open Mind: A Doctor Who Fan Fiction Archive

Reviews For Leftovers

Fiara_Fantasy2007.03.04 - 11:09PM1: Chapter 1Signed
Your handle on Jack's motives and thought process is incredible. It was like a little window straight into his 51st century brain. I had completly forgotton that thing with Ianto but wow. I definitly remember it now! The guy didn't even blink when Jack told him to mess up a body, and he was picking up coffee cups! Creepy. I hope we see some explanation in season two, but Jack's thinking on it was wonderfull until then. :)

Author's Response: i think ianto\'s stone cold, baybee. Nervous breakdown aside. glad you enjoyed it so much!

diannelamerc2007.03.04 - 01:33PM1: Chapter 1Signed
Great insight, not just into Jack but into all the others. He knows exactly who and what he's got and it makes no "conventional" sense, but damn, it works. And that's more than anyone else can say.

Author's Response: cuz, well, lets face it. TW3 is STILL standing, post apocalypse, and TW1 isn\'t.

misskittyfantastico2007.03.04 - 10:50AM1: Chapter 1Signed
Lovely stuff - great introspect.

Author's Response: Thanks very much :) glad you enjoyed.

RosesBud2007.03.04 - 08:23AM1: Chapter 1Signed
Really good. I really like the way his thoughts ramble on. Very real.

Author's Response: LOL it\'s stylised--I\'m not nearly as coherent as he is ;)

Jensen22007.03.04 - 07:30AM1: Chapter 1Signed
Brilliant stuff, no over the top angst just straight forward thinking - and I totally agree, there's a hell of a lot more to Ianto than people give him credit for.

Author's Response: thanks very much. The episode where Jack tells him to grab another body and mess it up and make it look like a suicide had me like... woh, the dude\'s stone cold. That aspect of ianto didn\'t get enough play in the first series. Hopefully that\'ll change next season




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