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

Reviews For A Time of Endings

canterlevi2010.03.23 - 06:14PM1: Chapter 1Signed
OMG! OMG! I love Love LOVE this story - where should I begin?

Let's see - your descriptions of the Doctor's thoughts between the dialogue (that of course we didn't get to see in the show) - WIN!

Your portrayal of the Doctor's depth of feelings for Donna was completely heart-wrenching and drew me in completely. It actually made my heart ache a bit. She truly 'gets' him and seems to know him better than he knows himself. (Enough St. Rose already - give him Donna any day - hee!)

The Fix It!!! How clever was it? Absolutely brilliant (!) - and I loved her sauciness and being matter-of-fact all at the same time. It was very flirty and 'table turning' for the Doctor, who always likes to be in control, but she once again gives him what he needs - whether he reallizes it or not.

(I have a feeling they won't be picking up Shaun anytime soon...)


I wonder why there are such great fics like this, that are creative, straightforward, and interesting, but TV writers seems to get it wrong SO MUCH of the time...

Bravo!

srmcd12010.01.27 - 10:00PM9: Chapter 9Signed
Oh, this was superbly excellent! I love Donna to pieces. Well done.

Will you be doing THE WEDDING OF SARAH JANE as well? That would be pre-WoM, wouldn't it?

Author's Response: I\'m delighted you enjoyed it, but at this stage I have no plans to do The Wedding of Sarah Jane, as I have only been sticking with DW episodes.




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