Absolutely wonderful. Again the sensory imagery and detail is brilliant.
Dirt under his fingernails set him off is just genius. Wonderfully written
Author's Response: *blushes* Thank you very much. That\'s the one image I had stuck in my head since the episode. I\'m really glad you enjoyed it. :)
Ooh, I'm loving this! You're taking a very different approach to 'exit wounds' than most writers, but a very original and very succesfull one. I love the things you come up with, and poor Jack! Can't wait for the next part.
Author's Response: *blushes* You have no idea how much your lovely comment means to me! Thank you so much, I\'m glad you\'re enjoying it so far. :D
awww wanna give Jack a hug
Author's Response: He is in need of lots of hugs. I do feel a bit bad leaving him like that. Thank you for reading :)
I really love this story! It's so simple and honest
Author's Response: Thank you very much :)
Awwww, really touching.
Author's Response: Thank you! :)
Ominous and beautiful, and how vividly you imagined the things Jack would be dealing with... the comment about being unable to keep track of time, really well thought up. Loved it!
Author's Response: Thank you very much, so happy you enjoyed it! :) The thing about not being able to keep track of time comes from my own experience of laying in a dark room, and being miles off on the time for a while after. I figured for Jack it would probably have had more of a lasting affect. Thanks again for reading!
Lovely to see Jack letting Ianto help him, and helping Ianto in return. Cool to see some aftermath--can't imagine Jack walking out of that undamaged.
Author's Response: Thank you, glad you liked it :) That\'s exactly what I was thinking. What he\'s been through is bound to leave marks.
Really good... Love the chaos Jack leaves behind.
Hoping they deal with this issue in the new series.
Author's Response: Thank you :) I\'m really hoping that as well. He can\'t walk away from something that terrible without having some major problems. Good thing he\'s got Ianto :)
That was lovely. It is good to see Jack dealing with the aftermath.
Author's Response: Thank you, glad you liked it :)