2015.10.19 - 01:32AM
7: Living

This is the second time I've seen the half-human idea done well (the first time was a fic where Seven meets his human mother, which could oddly be in the same verse). It felt real, felt raw, felt sad, felt horrifying and plausible. Bravo!!

2010.03.04 - 02:48PM
7: Living

I'd just have to agree with everybody else. I really hate the interspecies mating thing (Carl Sagan, petunias and all that) but I love the relational stuff and the virus is just that little bit of plausibility I'd need.

2008.03.27 - 01:12PM
7: Living

That was brilliant! I never believed the whole half-human thing, but now I totally could. It would be interesting to see how she would react if she every came in contact with the Doctor....

Author's Response: Thanks. I think a lot of the problem with the half-human thing isn\'t the idea, but how it tends to get used.

2008.03.04 - 11:50PM
1: Falling

Here from Calufrax, and as others here have said, this is a story that could make me love the half-human thing, rather than wave it away as I do. My heart just broke for this woman.

Also, I enjoyed both your choice for her name, and the actors' names sprinkled in among her suggestions for her son.

Author's Response: Ooh, this made Calufrax! Glad you liked both the heart-breaking bits and the rather silly jokes.

2008.03.04 - 09:35PM
7: Living

Oooh. This one is nice. It hits without being overpowering. I've never taken the half-human line seriously, but I could see this story as plausible.

Author's Response: Thank you!

2008.03.04 - 11:45AM
7: Living

This is absolutely fabulous. I believe in the Doctor being half-human if this is the way it went. And it makes you wonder if the Doctor's constant searching for human women to go journeying with him doesn't have a Freudian component. Really outstanding.

Author's Response: Thank you. And the implication of the Doctor and his preference for human female companions is really interesting if you count the half-human thing.

2008.03.03 - 12:57PM
7: Living

This turns what I always thought of as one of the most annoying things in the tv movie into an asset. Haunting, terse, and just all around awesome!

Author's Response: Thanks. The TV Movie is what got me into Doctor Who, so I liked the idea. Glad I carried it off so well.

2008.02.26 - 12:09PM
7: Living

Another terrific story! You really make your characters come alive on the page!

Author's Response: Thank you very much!

2008.02.04 - 11:03AM
7: Living

I am really enjoying this so far! Very well done and imaginative.

Author's Response: Thank you!

2007.06.08 - 07:01AM
1: Falling

I liked this very much. It was very heart felt with how the mother felt so abandond and lost in a role that she wanted to be so good at.

Author's Response: Thank you very much.

2007.01.14 - 03:10PM
1: Falling

Wanted a change in reading and thought to go back to the beginning wiht the First Doctor - this was so sad. Such a sad beginning to a little life. Mind you the mother does sound a tad insecure. Thanks

Author's Response: Thanks you for reviewing! Interesting reaction, too. The word insecure probably wouldn\'t have occured to me, but I was definitely trying to paint the mother as a bit of a mess.

2006.06.12 - 07:34AM
3: Naming

This is very well done! I love the name suggestions in particular, as well as the cleverly tossed-in virus explanation in the beginning.

Author's Response: Thank you.

2006.06.11 - 10:03PM
7: Living

Pure delight, that is! I like your minimalist style and short chapters. They work very well for this story. Kudos!

Author's Response: Thank you. The short chapters were a bit of an experiment. I\'m glad they worked.