|Reviews for Burdens Of Command|
| Guylene chapter 10 . 6/6/2013
Your story is wonderful. The plot is very accurate and thrilling and I especially liked the way you pictured Malcolm Reed and his friendship with Trip. Good work :)
| Peridot5 chapter 2 . 12/12/2012
Fantastic story. Trip angst, Malcolm angst. And Hoshi heroics! It was neat how the mystery wasn't really "who?" (at least not for the reader), but "how?". Oh, and as a Southerner, thanks for not overdoing Trip's accent. Lol.
| asearcher chapter 10 . 1/5/2011
Wow...another great story. I love the Trip/Acting Captain juxtaposition. And poor Malcolm...but then...it was a pretty shoddy job. Encryption was brilliant.
Thanks again for a great read.
| Daria6 chapter 1 . 7/9/2006
Just started reading this story, and already I don't like that Brown. Good start, seems like it will be an interesting story. Nice to see Trip in command, too.
| Stefan chapter 10 . 6/1/2006
Wow, what an amazing story. I really enjoy watching thrillers on TV and often am quite good at working out who committed the crime but I really couldn't work this one out! Thanks for giving my a wonderful story to read. Very professional, well done.
| thundever1 chapter 10 . 3/31/2006
Great story I've just read it great charaterization poor Trip but mainly poor Mal
| mou chapter 10 . 2/20/2006
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| mou chapter 8 . 2/20/2006
i never get evil guys and their need to discuss their evil doings out in a public space.
| mou chapter 7 . 2/20/2006
loving your story
| mou chapter 6 . 2/20/2006
the plot thickens.
| mou chapter 5 . 2/20/2006
things seem to being looking up slightly
| mou chapter 4 . 2/20/2006
I still don't see why they would be blamed. It would be pretty stupid to denonate a bomb when you're still near by, especially when you'd be the prime suspect. That's like a murderer killing someone and leaving his fingerprint all over them. Utterly stupid.
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| HoVis chapter 5 . 2/19/2006
Yay! Trip is being very brave and, for once, most insightful. This is a great chapter - very clever and includes a lot of characters. Let me have a little guess - has Brown written his messages in some type of code? And why has Malcolm not thought of that anyway?
I loved the bit about him "counting curses" rather than sheep!
P.S: R.e your email, if you ever want a beta reader I am more than happy to help (it would mean I'd get to read your stuff sooner)!