Reviews For ordinaryverse

2013.07.28 - 11:41PM
: ordinaryverse

This series is brilliant, your writing is perfect!

2010.09.16 - 05:54PM
: ordinaryverse

This is by far one of the most amazing alt 10 that I have read. I love it and can't seem to stop reading it. actually I created an account just to tell you. you have a gift, don't stop.

Author's Response: Thank you so much! I\'m always thrilled when someone takes the time to tell me how much they like what I\'ve written.

2009.03.31 - 05:26AM
: ordinaryverse

Know what? Your Ordinaryverse is my most favorite Alt Universe story. I like quiet and it is quiet in that beautiful way, if you know what I mean. It's drama and not soap opera. The balance between humor, angst, romance, intimacy, family dynamics and all that are just right.

I love that your half-human, half-Time Lord John has just the right combination of both Nine and Ten. I don't know if that's intentional but that's what I read between the lines. And that his being a Time Lord is there because I believe his physiology is as unique as he is. He's not just a Time Lord and he's not just human, and that he's both. I go with the canon when he said that the difference is he's only got one heart and he'll age. All the other things about him are still Time Lord.

I love that it was Rose who was the first to accept what the other Doctor had done. And that she's able to let him go. She still loves him, of course. I don't think it will go away but it is convincing that she's very much in love with the Doctor she's with.

I'm looking forward to Mickey's new job. I'm dying to know who he works for. And it's hysterical that Captain Jack is annoyed that he's not in control. I love Captain Jack, and sometimes rattling him is funny.

I only have one problem with the summoning of the Bad Wolf, though. I thought the situation could be made more desperate and extreme because I think only in extremely dire situations can it be the ultimately last resort. Not that I'm discounting the situation they're in at that time. It's just that, it could probably be tweaked to be written as such.

I love all of it especially that problem with the screwdriver. I thought it's hysterical that he has to steal the Doctor's and the TARDIS conspired with it. Well, it looks like she conspired.

Thank you so much for this Series. If writing this is your way of dealing with the ending of Series 4, reading it is mine. So, thank you. Looking forward for more. :)

Author's Response: Thank you for your lovely review! Dealing with series 4 is exactly why I started writing. I just couldn\'t make sense of the way things had ended. I had to explain it all in my head. You know, I\'d forgotten all about Bad Wolf in Impossible Adventures. It probably wasn\'t that dire a situation but I think I was trying to wrap things up at that point. Or maybe it seemed like an awesome idea at the time. The idea for the screwdriver - well, he needs a screwdriver, doesn\'t he? He\'s spent years trying to get it right, and the opportunity is right there. *pets him*. And the TARDIS was totally cooperating, because she of course cares for him as much as the \"real\" Doctor. Thanks for taking the time to comment. It\'\'s always nice to know what people are thinking when they read my stuff.