|Reviews for Drag Her From Heaven, Drag Him From Hell|
| ceeray3 12/3/11 . chapter 1
I feel a little like laughing. I read this once before and recognized that it was intriguing. Now I KNOW it is! I know what you're talking about now. All the little things. There's so much here and I never knew it before! I really like how it sounds like the prophet writing. I like how you set up the timeline so we know when the story is taking place. All of it...good job!
| streetsbehind 11/13/11 . chapter 15
Can you please, please, please update soon !
I love this story !
| Heatherlina 10/30/11 . chapter 15
Gasp! Cliffhanger! We got some answers and yet have more questions. Love conquers all and destiny can be chosen. At least I think so. Please update soon.
| Heatherlina 10/30/11 . chapter 7
So this is how the "drag him..." plays into the story. Very cool. I really like to see borrowed time pop up in SPN stories.
| Heatherlina 10/30/11 . chapter 4
Oh my, I'm hooked. I'm playing catch up today - many many apologies. This reunion idea is original and addicting. I can’t stop reading, gotta keep going.
| stephaniew 10/25/11 . chapter 15
Love this moment! Last line was just perfect! Excellent tie-in to the show with what happened in S6. God's view of angels is perfect...again I love the consistency with the show! This has been such a fantastic voyage so far, so I'm a little sad we're almost done... Wonderful story sweets!
| Woman of Letters 10/23/11 . chapter 15
This was my absolute favorite line of this chapter:
The thing about angels is that they are often like children. Things have to be broken down and explained because they're only capable of seeing things in black and white. I smile. It's one of the things I love about them. Their innocence makes them special.
Along with the last line...
So now the stranger is revealed, and we know that God's hand was in the mix the whole time, and this story is really about... Cas?
I love it! Please update.
| Woman of Letters 10/23/11 . chapter 14
I like that Cas has to take them both to the future... but what happens to the Dean in this time period? Does he just disappear, since they're both apparently merged into one body?
I'm sure I'll find out!
Meanwhile, I'm loving the way this story is going.
| Woman of Letters 10/22/11 . chapter 10
A very puzzling chapter. Who is the man watching tv? I've read through later chapters, so I know, but I like these interludes in the story because they give us a break from the main action while hinting that there is more to what's happening than meets the eye.
| Woman of Letters 10/22/11 . chapter 9
I know you said you hate putting in parts of episodes, but you reworked this one really well. I loved Sam's inability to accept what was happening to Dean, I loved this line - "This memory is one that has haunted him. He wonders what he could have said differently - done differently - to comfort his sibling." And I loved the way Jo stabbed Ruby/Lilith and the way Sam had to hold her back.
A dramatic and tension-filled chapter.
| Woman of Letters 10/22/11 . chapter 8
"Stick with the plan?"
There was a plan? LOL I don't remember one. Now I have to rewatch this episode.
The scene in this chapter where Dean tries to spare Jo and Jo calls him a selfish, self-centered jackass and then throws his own words back in his face, and gives him hope... It was perfect. I also loved the last line of this chapter: "Death couldn't keep them apart...what was four months in Hell for a lifetime in her arms?"
| cheekymonster2 10/22/11 . chapter 15
love it cant wait for more!
| Woman of Letters 10/22/11 . chapter 7
At least they got some time together before you dropped the other anvil!
The pacing for this is great. They're lost to Cas, they think all is free and clear, and now they've discovered they've escaped heaven, only to have Dean about to go to Hell! Smart storytelling.
| Woman of Letters 10/22/11 . chapter 6
A very short chapter, but the thoughts of Cas bewildered rang so true. I could really hear his fear for Dean and Jo and his worry of failing God.
| Woman of Letters 10/22/11 . chapter 5
Cas coming in just as things were really going strong between Jo and Dean was classic! I loved it!
My favorite lines:
His tongue moistens his lower lip and he flips their positions, pinning her wrists above her head. "Seven minutes in heaven?" he implores.
Jo's laughter is short lived when she presses her lips to Dean's. "While I'm sure you could do a lot with that, there's no lock on the door and you know he's not gonna give us that long."
The combination of Cas' innocence, Dean's frustration, then the hurried exit and the cheesy hyperdrive effects, just made me laugh.