I think you're absolutely brilliant, sketchy theology and all. It's so academic and enigmatic and terrifying and inevitable. Wonderful way you just bring it around, and around, and around. Even in a short story about power and angels, you've managed what I always like in your chaptered multiple-times-multiple-doctors stories - they loop in such a brilliant way.
The voices were nice as well. Nothing too elaborate to set the story up, but distinctive anyway - for both the medieval scholar and the not-quite-questioning companion. Wonderful.
I saved this forEVer to go back and reread and review. Can't believe there aren't more reviews. Maybe you scared people. It was scary and sad and true. Well done!
Author's Response: Thanks. I really like it as well. It\'s one of my personal favorites when it comes to stuff I\'ve written.
Now that's just enigmatic.
Author's Response: In a way, it\'s very simple. Unspecified companion goes into a medieval bar, listens to Very Strange Person ramble on drunkenly about Elohim and Nephelim, and the loneliest creatures in the universe, and then goes back to traveling with the Doctor. Because some things can\'t be averted, no matter how hard you try.
Very interesting approach. Second-person is hard to do, but I think it was a wise choice here.
Poor Jack fell down and broke his crown and now he's crying in his cups.
I think I'm right, and if so, I owe you a pint. ;)
Author's Response: Thank you very much. As for the intrigue, I will avoid commenting by laughing manically: Mwahahahaha!