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

Reviews For Singularity

rutsky2010.08.04 - 02:04AM1: SingularitySigned
Bloody hell, that's brilliant.

Poetry2009.08.10 - 10:04PM1: SingularitySigned
This reminds me, intriguingly, of "The Last Question" by Isaac Asimov. It's a short story that you should read if you haven't yet. Spooky.

Otrame2008.08.25 - 07:28PM1: SingularitySigned
Oh, lovely. Really. It makes such perfect sense. And it feels so right.

RosesBud2007.07.22 - 01:04PM1: SingularitySigned
Amazing. You know I had been feeling desperately sorry for Jack that he might survive beyond everyone and everything alone, but this gives me hope!

parrotfish2007.07.21 - 09:39PM1: SingularityAnonymous
Rarely does anything this short say this much. Mind-blowing concept, perfect execution.

Kalleah2007.07.21 - 08:34PM1: SingularitySigned
Utterly lovely.

Cathica2007.07.21 - 06:56PM1: SingularitySigned

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