Okay, this is so bittersweet and sad. The namelessness actually added to the story, Jack and the Doctor are just two nameless wanderers.... poor eight, he didn't want to live anymore, but he didn't want to die alone... you captured the pitiful situation perfectly. Must have been pretty angry when he woke up...
Names weren't needed in that story. It was really good and I look forward to reading more of your work. Thanks for sharing.
Love this! It stands nicely on its own, but I'm delighted to see there are more chapters coming. Kudos!
Echoing the sentiment. You knew from the start who Jack was, and as soon as I saw velvet coat, I new for sure we were dealing with Eight. I wonder what made him want to die in a hotel room rather than in the TARDIS?
Author's Response: It will be mentioned in later chapters, but basically, the Doctor wanted to make sure he didn\'t regenerate after the war and thought that dying outside his TARDIS would further that goal. But (and this connects briefly with chapter 3 of my story Bad Wolf) the TARDIS had enough of a telepathic connection anyway to help him regenerate even when he didn\'t want to.
Very neat indeed. Could that be part of the two famous years of missing memories from the captain?
Author's Response: Sorry, I intend it to be right after Jack leaves the Time Agency after those two years were taken. He hasn\'t even chosen the name \"Jack Harkness\" yet and is just starting out as a con man. He has no way to connect this guy who died to the Doctor who he meets later.
No names wasn't a problem. We know who they were. Nice story.
Author's Response: Glad you liked it.
I really enjoyed this! Your wrote them so well, we didn't need names
Author's Response: I\'m glad it worked. Thank you for reading and reviewing!
That was nicely done, and you got the characters down so well I didn't even notice the lackage of names.
Author's Response: Thanks, I\'m glad it worked.