|Reviews for Fountain of Youth|
| rini6 12/5/11 . chapter 41
I'm new to reading fan fiction. I have to say that this story was quite amazing. I know I am a couple of years late reading this but thanks for the entertainment!
| Pom Rania 12/14/09 . chapter 41
Freaking AWESOME. What can I say; Doctor Who has had a strong influence on my imagination, OUaTiM is one of my top five favourite movies, and I've always been a sucker for decades-later epilogues with immortal main characters. The only reason I'm not faving this is because I'm already having a tough time keeping track of all of them, and it's completed; but this was really good.
| Pom Rania 12/14/09 . chapter 24
"You’re the one who lost our eyes, mate. An eye patch has flare, this is just ridiculous."
OMG. This is awesome. In a twisted screwed-up way, but awesome. Can't believe it took me so long to try this story out.
| Pom Rania 12/14/09 . chapter 13
Holy FRICK that is the weirdest pseudo-crossover I have ever read, and I've read some SERIOUSLY messed-up stuff. Pretty cool though.
| Pom Rania 12/14/09 . chapter 9
*snerk* That's got to be the funniest "explanation" of immortality since that one issue of Fables where that reporter thought they were vampires. Actually, this one's funnier; the other just had a more in-depth setup.
| Scarlett Burns 11/30/09 . chapter 41
Ah, what a fitting ending to a great story! Loved the last line, of course, and glad to see technology finally caught up to give Jack back what he lost.
Thanks for the fun read!
| Jennifer Lynn Weston 11/30/09 . chapter 41
Ah, such a relief to see Jack with eyes again!
And you couldn't have come up with a better closing line.
Kudos on a fine crossover fic!
| Scarlett Burns 11/21/09 . chapter 40
Wow! Just found this story today and have to tell you, I love this! You managed to merge the two fandoms very well, and I was pleasantly surprised by your inclusion of Annamaria! She really is the perfect companion to forever sail the seas with him... or just cause mischief!
Great tale, loved all the characters, and you wrote Jack's struggle to find himself again (with Annamaria's help, of course) brilliantly. Can't wait for the epilogue!
Keep up the wonderful writing,
| Jennifer Lynn Weston 11/11/09 . chapter 40
She never let me drive.
Yeah, that's Jack all over. Incurable optimist!
| Jennifer Lynn Weston 11/1/09 . chapter 39
He stayed by the grave for a full half an hour just wondering what all had happened to Agent Sheldon Jeffery Sands of the Central Intelligence Agency.
Oh, if only he knew...!
BTW: There is a typo in the second sentence- 'Body' instead of 'Brody.'
'Nother BTW: Is this the final chapter? It's structured as if it is, but as it didn't say 'The End', it's hard to tell.
Fine crossover fic, in either case. :)
| Jennifer Lynn Weston 11/1/09 . chapter 38
“Anna... Please don’t antagonize the nice witch.”
Very good advice, I'm sure.
Even better to hear Jack will have eyes again someday. Perhaps when transplant technology is perfected?
| Jennifer Lynn Weston 10/14/09 . chapter 37
Reduced though he is, Sparrow's still got his escape instincts.
And I love that banter between Jack and Ana
| Jennifer Lynn Weston 10/3/09 . chapter 36
He has been around a while!
| Jennifer Lynn Weston 9/17/09 . chapter 35
“Every damned time, I swear to the gods, all of them. Every damned time I follow you anywhere….”
I've noticed that pattern too. At least you'll never be bored, Ana!
And it seems Jack Sparrow's on the way home- may you have a happy arrival, sir!
| fizben08 9/16/09 . chapter 35
Hi there, I have been reading this story for a while now, first came across it on another site, but the site was a bit confusing and I lost the story. I was devastated, because I love the idea of this, linking Jacks with Agent Sands, is a master stroke, Sands is of corse the way Jack could well have turned out after 300 years.
I like the sense of humour you manage to give Sands and Ana Maria,and the way you have combined Jack and Sands speech patterns,
chapter 35 "It’s come to my attention,” he cut her off again and also getting to his feet, “That though we’ve both had a sip from this lovely little fountain, you’re still treating me like a normal human. If I remember correctly, and stop me if I’m wrong, but I haven’t had so much as a cold in the past two and a half centuries.” He paused both in his speech and in his slow circling of her".
Anyway after all my waffling, I think you can tell I am really enjoying this, thank you, and I look forward to every update.