I have no idea why on earth I hadn't read this before now, and I'm so very glad the situation has been remedied. The sense of peril with which you invest paragraphs 3 through 6 made my own throat close just a bit in fright, and the interaction between Adelaide and the Reaper, which should by rights not have made sense, was instead completely and utterly right. I've favorited this, because I know I'll want to read it again.
Author's Response: Thank you so much! Receiving such thoughtful praise on a story that\'s been up a while just made my evening. I\'m so glad this little story worked for you.
This makes much more sense than the tv version, well done! :D
Author's Response: Thanks! Making logical sense isn\'t really RTD\'s strong suit, is it? ;)
This makes sense, more so than what we saw onscreen. Seriously, how could the writers forget about the Reapers? This is now my personal canon. Thanks for writing this!
Author's Response: My story achieved personal canon status! Yes! *punches air* Thanks for reviewing!
I like this. I really, really like this.
Author's Response: I really, really thank you! :)
Great idea, and very well done. I love the description of the Reaper curled around Adelaide's living room furniture. The issues of the suicide and the Reapers were bothering me as well, and I like how you handled it here. Thank you.
Author's Response: Thanks for your kind words! The end of WoM had some sizable holes in logic, and I wanted to plug some of them.