|Reviews for Medecinus: The Art of Healing|
| Bao Bei 5/1/11 . chapter 1
| Dragowolf 3/25/11 . chapter 1
I love it! Soo... soo Beach Head. And it was sooo cute the part that the Doc was describing how Beach Head was carrying Cover Girl. I saw that picture that was drawn of that scene. It was very sweet.
| zenbon zakura 1/14/10 . chapter 1
| Lady Jaye1 12/27/09 . chapter 1
I absolutely loved this story, as well as your characterizations of Doc and BH.
| Grosbeak 12/15/09 . chapter 1
Nice to see someone use Doc for a change
| Karashi 10/29/09 . chapter 1
You are amazing. Absolutely amazing and eloquent and a whole slew of wonderful descriptive adjectives pertaining to your skill with words and manner of phrasings and characterization. This was, IS, a beautifully written piece and by gosh it reads so real it was as if you had been listening in on an actual conversation between actual people. Actual flesh and blood people rather than characters but that is one of the true testaments to a writer's skill. This is just incredible and I am certain to be re-reading this repeatedly for the next week (or month) or so.
Thank you for writing this.
| TheDreamerLady 8/30/09 . chapter 1
probably because they periodically took him off the field for small things like, oh, compound fractures of his tibia.
Some men needed a gentle, subtle nudge, and some men needed an Acme anvil on their heads.
Those! I do love your characterization of Beach Head. I could happily giggle away for hours reading about him.
| traciH 8/26/09 . chapter 1
That was great!
| Rei Sengoku 8/24/09 . chapter 1
You do have a gift for adding life to characters. I've never seen a tale written through the eyes of Doc, much less one where he's being just as clever with his words as he is with a surgical instrument. I never grow tired of your interpretation of Beach Head, but now I'm starting to like Doc just a bit more, too.
| mossley 8/21/09 . chapter 1
Rabid wolverines make bad pets? Well, that explains a lot... :-)
That was just one of the many lines I loved in this story. It was refreshing to see a fic featuring Doc, especially one that gave a nice insight into what his life must be like dealing with the Joes - testy drill sergeants and all. I can imagine the conversation with Snake Eyes is going to be a bit less - well, I was going to say 'intense', but that's not quite right. I'm sure it would be intense, in his silent way. Scarlett's not in bad shape, but he still worries about her.
Another great job! Keep up the good work, and if you need any evil, demented plot bunnies fed, just let me know.
| MagD 8/18/09 . chapter 1
This is the only Doc fic I remember seeing. It was well written and you gave life to a character who was rarely more than a background player.
The only complaint I had if you want to call it that was the medical detail was a little too much at times. I had to Google some of the terms to know what was going on.
Will you be doing the follow up conversation with Snake Eyes?
| Elizabeth 8/18/09 . chapter 1
squee! Not only a good BH/CG fic but a *Doc* fic! I'm all in happy fangirl mode now :D
| Loki21 8/16/09 . chapter 1
Hey, that was such a great piece! So well written! Wow! Thanks for it :) I would not mind if you had the conversation with Snake Eyes now!
| Carol 8/15/09 . chapter 1
Poor Beach Head! A certain pretty tank driver has him twisted in knots. This story, along with all of your others, is wonderful. Hope to see more SE/S as well :)
| Totenkinder Madchen 8/15/09 . chapter 1
Wonderful story! Ahh, Poor Beach Head; he's a great guy, but subtle he ain't, and squishy emotions like "love" seem a little hard for him to deal with.
It's nice to see Doc getting some love, too. Minor characters often get skated over or taken for granted, and I really enjoyed the way you fleshed him out here.
I'm definitely looking forward to your next story, whatever it might happen to be. I don't suppose you can be bribed into another SE/S tale? :)