|Reviews for Five Ways Amos Cochran Didn't Die|
| fragrantfields 5/16/11 . chapter 2
This was oddly believable and made me weepy...I could feel Doc's continuing innocence. Not letting him see his aging reflection, how friendly they're being to the newcomer...reminds me of relatives with Alzheimer's. Sad and sweet.
| atheneblue 1/18/10 . chapter 5
As always, you have a perfect grasp of the lyric dialogue and seemingly-contrary emotional outbursts of 'Deadwood'. My favorite vignette? Hard to say. Probably the fourth, altho the first is perfect as is and the second is a haunting vision of the young Doc we never see (never to become the Doc we do see - and props for the mention of Eastern Hospital, now defunct). Of course "Dying isn't something you only get one run at," sews the series closed (an odd echo/rebuttal to Al's comment, "No one gets out of that alive" ), tho I might wish to have seen Jane in place of Mose Manuel.