|Reviews for High and Low|
| Known Unknowns 4/12/13 . chapter 27
Well, I definitely enjoyed that. Hurt/comfort is my favorite genre of fanfiction, especially of the whumped!Tony variety. The story was gripping and interesting, and it had me laughing and tearing up at all the right moments. Now, at some points, some of the characters seemed OOC, but I'll write that off as you having a different interpretation of the characters, and there's absolutely nothing wrong with that. I actually quite like your version of Team Gibbs, the version that's less head-slappy and 'suck it up' and more caring and open. I particularly enjoyed the friendship element between McGee and Tony. My only minor complaint is that Ziva was barely there, but then again it's your story, and not everyone likes her character. Overall, very well done.
| Known Unknowns 4/12/13 . chapter 18
Wow. This chapter is probably my favorite so far, being an RPG fan and a McNozzo friendship and slash fan. Also kind of reminds me of House, with the coughing up blood... is that the intro music I hear in the background? Anyway, loved it. The dialogue between McGee and Tony is priceless.
| Known Unknowns 4/12/13 . chapter 17
Love the rape/Toy Story conversation between McGee and Tony. It was so random, but it fit them well. And I think McGee would be one of the adorable little green aliens... "THE CLAAAAAAAW!"
| Known Unknowns 4/11/13 . chapter 10
You make the characters say what everyone wants them to on the show, and boy, it gets right at my feels.
| Known Unknowns 4/11/13 . chapter 9
Finally coming back to this story after getting distracted and forgetting about it for a bit... holy emotional intensity, batman. Love the Tony/Tim friendship.
| Abby 3/12/13 . chapter 8
I love the cross-over with Criminal Minds! You are doing an excellent job with the story! I love Criminal Minds and everybody in the show.
| Gottahavemyncis 3/5/13 . chapter 9
Ok, that did NOT make me cry, not at all.
| Guest 2/28/13 . chapter 7
This whole ANCON thing sounds fun, but obviously I'm far too late to get involved, as it's now 2013. :( Them's the breaks when you never read in-progress stories...
| Guest 2/28/13 . chapter 6
Okay, this is going to end up bringing out the waterworks. Something I've noticed in all of your stories are the flawless interactions between the team that we are so often deprived of in the show. The dose of father/daughter Gibbs/Ziva there at the end is another fine example, and the paternal relationship between them is one of my favorite aspects of the show. I don't understand how people can ship Zibbs, but hey, who am I to judge? Anyway, enough of my rambling, I'm really in love with this story.
| Guest 2/28/13 . chapter 4
Nearly tearing up at the end there. Tony/Tim friendship. I love it.
| Guest 2/28/13 . chapter 3
Poor Tony! D: Loving this so far, the plot's intriguing, and honestly I'm always happy to find something that isn't just endless chapters of meaningless Tiva fluff
| Guest 2/28/13 . chapter 2
And foof. Really liking this so far, very dramatic, and it matches the tone of the show well.
| AgentD.6 12/15/12 . chapter 27
This story is one of the best on the site, i hope we get to see a sequel down the road.
| lili200986 11/27/12 . chapter 27
Merci, j'ai adorée ta fiction en faite j'adore toutes tes fics, je suis fan ! Alors encore merci pour ces moment, lire tes fics m'évade un peu du monde que l'on vit aujourd'hui... c'est que du bonheur ! Merci continue !
| stareagle 8/24/12 . chapter 27
There is a lot of wisdom in this statement:
"At the end of the day, there was only one person who stood in the path of life or death, and chose death for those people. And it was the man that accepted that bribe. Doesn't even matter what kinda monster offered it. It all boiled down to that guy's decision, and he chose to only care about himself. He's the one to blame. He's the one you should be pissed at. Not yourself. He's the reason those people are dead; why Max is dead. He's the reason you're in pain. Not you."
Too often people don't see how important small decisions are in the big scheme of things. The small thing they do has enormous consequences affecting people they would never dream of as being in their sphere of influence. Gibbs is right. The man who took the bribe had no concept that his decision would affect hundreds of people... I am sure if the one offering the bribe had said, "Oh by the way, by doing this, you will become a mass murderer responsible for pain and suffering of hundreds..." Would the deal seem as attractive?