|Reviews for Undoing of a Man|
| Toni America 4/5/13 . chapter 1
Yo, LOVE love this story! Sneaky sneaky. lol. I love the these two together for some reason, and this is one of the best that I think I've read besides another that isn't up here anymore for whatever reason. I like the idea of an altered time-line and even more, I love how believable this piece is. It'd be even more awesome to see how these two ended up coming together.
There's a lot to like here and even though this is a one-shot it's very detailed and the characters are well established. I honestly thought I'd reviewed it, but I guess not. Anyway, awesome job, awesome story! Kudos!
| QT05 11/25/12 . chapter 1
This one-shot was really well done. It's different. I really liked the way you portrayed Jim on Tarsus IV. You managed to capture him perfectly, or at least the way I thought he'd act during his rebellious teenage years and with the impending doom that occurred on Tarsus IV. It was very convincing and rational. It suited Jim's personality well.
But my favorite part of this fic was the relationship between Jim and Nero. Under different circumstance, those two would have been a good match. Their personalities are similar.
It was also refreshing to see Nero and Jim be in happy relationship where they reciprocate each other's love rather than having it being one-sided or one being forced into it. Along with that notion, it's also refreshing to see that Nero is not some crazy villain. The punishment Spock Prime got was much more justified and it actually brought peace to Nero and his crew.
In a nutshell, I really liked the originality of your story. The relationship between Jim and Nero looked natural and well portrayed. Your writing style is great - everything was detailed and easy to follow the change of scenes. Great job!
| Vaako 4/13/11 . chapter 1
Interesting new take! Good job! Poor Spock though...
| Lady Azar de Tameran 3/19/11 . chapter 1
For some reason, this only makes me want to laugh at the irony. Nero destroyed Spock more thoroughly here than anything else ever could. Yes, losing his mother in canon was devastating, but he'll eventually come to terms with that. Losing Vulcan as a whole has a mixed reaction because of his treatment there. But here, old Spock has to see the person he loves most come back to life in front of him but be completely indifferent. Not to mention that he knows his counterpart will never know the love and devotion that he himself did. There truly is more than one way to destroy a man.
| Luna 12/19/10 . chapter 1
Hmm...I went into this story against my better judgment( generally I'll only touch something that has ten times as many reviews as chapters ), however your summary intrigued me. I am glad that I did, as this story is a extremely well written change on what could have possibly happened in a other universe. Thank you for the original take on what could have gone differently.
| darke wulf 11/27/10 . chapter 1
Wow. I loved this! Your Nero is great, and the way Jim finally found peace with him instead of Spock. Great job!
| Erroneously 11/27/10 . chapter 1
Wow. I love the way you wrote this, and that what broke Spock wasn't Jim being hurt, but that he knew everything, and was content and happy with Nero.