|Reviews for Strong at the Broken Places|
| Ardeliah 11/14/10 . chapter 2
Awesome story. I am going to have to take a look at what else you have written to see if it is just as good as this. Also to see if you have written more in the same vein.
| quemak 6/12/09 . chapter 2
Just finished reading this story and loved it! thanks for writing and thanks for sharing!
| Laurie M 1/7/09 . chapter 2
Certainly a lot twists and turns in this - and I love the Susan/Delenn friendship.
I would have liked to have seen a little more of David's reaction to the events that brought them back to Tuzanoor; but he is certainly his father's son.
With my usual denseness, I am a little confused over what exactly the Falmin'shan are - are some of the residents actually prostitutes? Like the oiran? Or more like the geisha? (Proper geisha, I mean)
Anyway, enjoying is immensely and looking forward to more!
| nativefloridian 1/5/09 . chapter 1
“Falmin’shan roughly translated means ‘Temple of Pleasure’. One clan of the religious caste runs them, but we all spend some time there. It is part of our training. When I described them to John, he said it sounded like a high class, what was they word he used?” She hesitated, then added brightly, “Oh yes, ‘bordello’.”