|Reviews for Area Codes|
| ViaVeritasVita chapter 4 . 12/19/2009
My gosh this story is just so heart-wrenching, but beautiful nevertheless! I love the angsty Sam and how he wanted to cling to his big brother to fix everything. And Dean, he's just so torn by the person he loved the most. I've read this story over and over and couldn't help to come back to revisit. I'm guilty of never leaving a review, so I'll start with your story. Anyway, great job!
| Death-Muncher chapter 4 . 11/18/2009
3 awesome story.
| Lisa chapter 4 . 11/14/2009
Haha I know this fic is old, but I just now stumbled upon it. I think Sam was being incredibly selfish and cruel to Dean in this story. It was hard to feel sympathy towards Sam because the anger I felt towards him was stronger. After all Dean has done for Sam, and Sam just shut him out. Dean didn't deserve that.
| notime chapter 4 . 9/12/2009
Okay, so you made me cry. I feel like a complete sap.
You portrayed Sam beautifully, as a scorned teenager hellbent on blaming everyone around him for the hurt he can't accept responsibility for and as a more mature twenty-two year old realizing that decisions and life aren't always fair.
Your original characters were excellent as well, I was glad you didn't let them see the cracks in Sam's facade and miraculously figure everything out but instead give them actual human responses to both Dean's and Sam's weird behavior.
Off to read the sequel...
| Jamie552 chapter 4 . 8/15/2009
OH MY GOD! Ok, so the love I was talking about in my other review? Didn't even come close! lol Definitely one of my favorites, wonderful job!
I kinda wanted to appear in the middle of the story, smack Sam upside the head and then drag him by his ankles down the street, shouting Dean's name lol
And in my opinion you can never go too far with angst :)
| Jamie552 chapter 1 . 8/15/2009
I absolutely loved this! Poor Sam-he's so conflicted when it comes to his family.
Wonderful job, love! Off to read the next one :)
| x.lizzy.x chapter 4 . 8/1/2009
oh my gosh...that was...well, as corny as this sounds...beautiful...
especially that last sentence...
there are no other words I can come up with right now for this...lol
amazing job! absolutely amazing...bravo!
-gives standing ovation- lol...
| x.lizzy.x chapter 3 . 8/1/2009
oh wow...that was sad...and kinda funny about the drunk people...lol
I love how the Impala just 'decided' to stop there...heh...lol
| x.lizzy.x chapter 2 . 8/1/2009
aw...that's so sad...
but very well written! lol
great job on Dean's POV! :D
| x.lizzy.x chapter 1 . 8/1/2009
wow...this is amazing!
great job! :D
| Naed chapter 4 . 6/8/2009
Wonderful! Now, please write a sequel! :)
| Dugleik chapter 4 . 3/3/2009
I love this story, the boys being so stupid
| chemm80 chapter 4 . 6/14/2008
I liked this very much, but in a very sad-making way. They just keep denying and denying and then we get to this:
"Dean was the only person who could possibly understand how amazing it was that he was here… that he’d done this. That he was on his way to becoming a lawyer… to “normal.”"
...which is the crux of the whole thing for Sam, really. Great job.
| MKofGod chapter 4 . 4/26/2008
Wonderful story! About time someone wrote something like this. I just totally fell in love with your AU. Wonderful job!
| heather03nmg chapter 2 . 2/26/2008
So I have to admit to reading every bit of your Beer Verse in one sitting. That is how amazing I found these stories. They were so wonderful that I didn't even pause to review and tell you how much I adored them and that was bad of me.
This was my favorite scene. It hurt to read but I think you captured Dean's emotional state during those turbulent times perfectly.
… but that day… that day the words had stuck in his throat. To speak, to take Sam’s side would have been to help the boy tear himself away; and Sam had needed no help.
He’d done a pretty good job on his own.
As long as he lived, Dean would never forget that last glare his brother had shot him before turning away.
Angry, resentful, accusing… how could you just stand there? The eyes had yelled. I won’t forget this, they’d screamed, I won’t forgive this.
And true to his Winchester genes Sam hadn’t. Four years and not one peep out of his baby brother; Sam might as well have dropped off the face of the earth. Dean had tried—at first. He would call and leave a message, tell his little brother where he was, what he was doing, what the weather was like…
But the calls were never returned… and each time he bled a little more.
I shall try and review some more.