Reviews For Matriarch

2020.02.21 - 10:39PM
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Oh that's beautiful and shows so much.

2010.07.01 - 12:08PM
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"It's not like that. I know what I'm doing, mum."

Oh my, he could be fifteen all over again. Very nicely done.

2009.11.21 - 08:17PM
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Love the story, the idea of the Doctor's mother, and the title.

2009.10.27 - 03:26PM
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I still don't buy the half-human, but I simply ADORE this fiction, it's lovely, my favourite part is when his mum talks about his cracking bad jokes and hoping everyone wants peace, it's so what a mum would say, the way he can't used her always feeling like home, what a GREAT addition as if the Doctor can truly fathom a home at all, this is sheer brilliance and makes me fall in love with Who and the Doctor all over again, thanks so much for uploading this here.

2009.10.26 - 02:26PM
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Your descriptions are absolutely gorgeous, and your turn of phrase equally so. I wasn't a fan of the half-human Doctor thing until I read this. Now I would embrace it. :)

2009.10.25 - 08:55PM
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The ability you have to create that little world in a parlour (I can hear it, can smell it, can feel the warmth of it and the look of the light through the window) is fantastic. This is a good story, a true one, no matter what canon (or canons) one believes in. Thanks for writing it.

2009.06.13 - 11:13AM
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Here from Calufrax, and this was wonderful!

2009.06.13 - 03:45AM
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*is reduced to a puddle of AWWWW*

2009.06.12 - 10:39PM
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Wonderful! *favorites*

2008.05.08 - 05:09PM
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I love this story more every time I read it!

2006.01.13 - 11:21PM
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That was very clever. Loved the idea of the Doctor having a mother. Of course, he had to have had one at some point. . .

2003.08.18 - 04:05PM
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Completely brilliant. I adore this story.

2003.08.15 - 08:56PM
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This is one of those fics I secretly pretend is canon. I love the intersection of the fantastic and dangerous life the Doctor leads and his mother's cozy normality.