|Reviews for The Walking Wounded|
| trecebo 6/20/07 . chapter 1
Cool. I can most def recommend these to my pre-teen girls to read. Solid with a strong basis for hope. Gotta like that.
| Gizmo 7/29/05 . chapter 1
Hey, not bad! I liked the narration by Cyclops; the guy is so serious most of the time it's nice to see him lighten up. And Wolverine is... well, Wolverine. Good story.
| giveGodtheglory 4/25/05 . chapter 1
ah, w00t, another Christian writer.
I like the understated humor and attention to detail in this story, also the depth given to the characters. There is nothing flashy, showy, or artificial about it, it flows naturally.
| brielle 4/22/05 . chapter 1
This fic was rare and very nice find!
| Raven Aorla 4/7/05 . chapter 1
Oh, love this love this love this.
"Kurt is a great guy. He also happens to make the best pancakes ever."
Great combination of humor, quiet drama, and angst.
| g 4/6/05 . chapter 1
It was touching to see Scott filling Jean's shoes as a counsellor. I liked how he overcame his pain and regained self-confidence. I enjoyed the exchange between him and Logan and felt it was a great way of shifting the tone of the story to end with a sense of renewed hope.
| inkvoices 4/6/05 . chapter 1
“ ‘Course, I probably woulda just advised her ta kick the crap outta the guy.”
“And that,” I reply, “Is why I’m handling the hormone-driven trauma patients and you’re lurking around in the front hedge.”
lol Touching, but not in a gushy way, and you even got some fun Logan and Scott interaction in. Heh, I liked the "almost as good as" too. :o)
| Jordanna Morgan 4/5/05 . chapter 1
I really enjoyed this. It's very intelligent, humorous, and well written. I'll have to read more of your stories; we happen to have several fandoms in common. (And may I add that it's great to see another Christian around here.)
| wolvster 4/5/05 . chapter 1
I loved it!
| Minx 4/5/05 . chapter 1
i like that. it's sad, but uplifting.
| CaptainTish 4/4/05 . chapter 1
That was a great story. When I was reading it I didn't realize you were the same author that wrote Pancakes, Paradigms, and the Princess Bride, but I remember really enjoying that one too. I'm not sure if I read the other one in this trilogy. You've really got an excellent way with words, a sense of humor, and a great ability to write about the ordinary, every-day lives of these remarkable mutants. Good job!