|Reviews for Don't Call Him My Brother|
| MagsDpg 6/25/09 . chapter 1
Wow, I admire Dean so much, and this, this make me admire ten times more. Hundred times. Thousand times more. He is an amazing guy, even thought his life was a mess, it's still a mess. Really nice story, and the first I read that has the "third and younger" Winchester brother (who I kinda liked, seriously, but I knew he would die someday, because the show is about Sam and Dean, not Sam, and Dean and "new 19yearoldbro", you know).
Nice story, I really loved it.
Please, continue writting as soon as you can. I love your work very much, it's awesome.
Good luck, take care, and read you later.
M. J. Márquez.
| ArmagonAuthor 6/12/09 . chapter 1
I really liked this story. Really, he doesn't give himself enough credit. I know the Winchester family all loved eachother, but he is really the one who kept it together all these years.
| Swellison 6/12/09 . chapter 1
A nice, detailed exploration of Dean's thoughts after JTS. And you've also nailed why I don't like this episode. John Winchester, at 100%, would never sleep with another woman; he's faithful to Mary and Mary's memory. He still wears his wedding ring -and Adam's mother certainly saw that, and still slept with him? John sublimates his sexual urges (like the rest of his life) through hunting.
AFAICS the only reason they made this episode was to chip away at Dean's faith, love and belief in John, in other words take away half of his intimate little family world, and force him to rely on the Angels, as the only ones left on his side.
Jump the Shark and the Castiel Show, two bad eps in a row. Bummer.
| primadonna cat 6/12/09 . chapter 1
You captured what that episode hinted at in Dean...the jelosy, the loss of his mother...the betrayal of John to Mary's memory. Excellent. I loved how he tenderly watched Sam sleep and how in his own head he is honest about his own bravado and front. :)