I'm now working my way through for the third or fourth time. I love the way you've woven various elements together into such a believeable storyline! Keep up the good work! :)
Author's Response: Thank you so much. I hope to have more up soon.
Wow! great idea. I've read the first part twice and the second part once (so far) and i still love it! Please update Survivours of Gallifrey remembering ROSE CAN'T DIE! I won't let you! *sniff* I need updates - its my life sorce. So i give LOTS of praise. LOVE it. ALOT. SO GOOD. a billion outta a billion...
Author's Response: I\'m working on it! It has just been a rough few months.
Wow, this story is one brilliant piece of fiction! I'll admit that I just sat down for hours today reading it straight through. So, where to start?
I haven't seen any of Series 3 yet, so I enjoyed just going for the ride through your re-writes of the actual episodes. I think your interpretation of Rose's return from the other universe was one of the most engaging and unique methods that I've come across so far (no offense meant to some of those that I have read of course).
I really enjoyed how well you portrayed our time travellers in the 1900's- you managed to capture that time period's attitudes and insights and wove them wonderfully with Rose and Martha's modern views. I also really liked how you saw a difference between John Smith and the Doctor and how you had Rose deal with the similarities and differences, her love for both of them and the necessity of him becoming the Doctor again.
I was also very excited to see Timothy join them. I was a little disappointed that there wasn't more with his discovering the future (mobiles, computers, so forth) but I have been enjoying his character. Hopefully some of that will come into play more in later chapters?
I'm really enjoying the second part as well, but unfortunately I'm at a slight disadvantage since I don't really know the character of Jack nor do I know the Master, but you've managed to relay the history between these characters well enough (without making it a lot of boring exposition) to make me understand what is going on.
Um... what else? I've noticed some random spelling errors or deleted words, but nothing too much to distract the reader.
Well, I'm sure I've rambled on long enough. I hope to see the next chapter soon as I'm hanging on the edge of my seat! Great job, great writing! Keep it up!
Author's Response: Timothy will have some time in the future in the second book which will be an important part of his character.