|Reviews for No Common Allegiance: An Elegy for Justice|
| Leonora Chris chapter 21 . 10/4/2017
I liked the other parts, but this one really "sealed the deal" for me, so to speak, and is probably why I still go back to read the whole thing now and then when the mood hits.
| Iuvsbruce chapter 21 . 8/9/2017
BEAUTIFUL! I sure hope you still read your reviews. You are really awesome!
| Ms.GrahamCracker chapter 21 . 1/10/2017
This trilogy is epic. I have just reread all three parts and I was reminded how much I love your writing. Through the years, when a new reader has requested some of the best Numb3rs stories I quickly recommend this story, and you as an author.
| Cutter12 chapter 21 . 4/17/2012
PERFECT. This story is a perfect ending to your trilogy. I loved how you portrayed Charlie, determined - even through his fear. Don's overwhelming sense of loss, his need to be involved in the action and his moment of truth when he triumphed over Escalón in the alleyway. And, all of the other characters. Their thoughts and actions felt real and truthful. (I especially loved Don's team.) Everything was just PERFECT.
| adhafera black chapter 1 . 6/5/2011
Just a little word because I added the whole serie to my fav and it would be impolite not leave one after all the work you obviously put in it!
So thanks again and sorry for the double review on When it Rains, I didn't realize I had done it already :)
| layla-xd chapter 21 . 5/15/2010
This story was so wonderful. Okay, the whole "No common allegiance" series was wonderful, but this story just stands out because it is the one with the most emotions.
To me, writing is always about the emotions. Of course I enjoy a great plot because stories without plot tend to become a bit senseless, but Im most interested in the emotional relationships between the characters. Relationships are what define our lives because whatever comes our way, the people that we care about, the people that matter to us make it all better. They help us. They need us. We need them. They make our life worth living. So in the end, our emotions and the people that were attached to make our lives. Thats why I enjoy emotional stories.
And you had some pretty heavy emotions going on there. You made me cry. I didnt want to, but I just couldnt stop the tears when I practically could _feel_ Dons loss and grief and struggle for control, Charlies search for a sense in what cant have any sense... this was awesome. Sad. Beautiful. Wonderfully written.
Thank you for writing and sharing such an amazing story. I love your writing.
| Foreverwolf chapter 21 . 1/20/2010
This was a very well done series! I couldn't put it down until I'd read all three! I'm new to the show, but loved how you captured the inner workings of the Eppes brothers.
Well done and thank you for sharing your amazing talent!
| Rinne chapter 21 . 12/2/2009
Wow. Seriously wow. Holy crap this series was awesome. I'm not a huge fan of Charlie centric stories, which was why I'd never given it a go before, but I'd really liked your writing with your other stories so I thought I'd try it.
I am so glad I did. I often find that I can't see Charlie in Charlie centric stories as the Charlie in the series, but you captured him beautifully. And what you did to my Don. I've almost been sobbing through this last story, with Robin's death and Don's reactions to it all.
Brilliant, brilliant, brilliant.
| Jazmingirl chapter 1 . 9/10/2009
I love this story
| epalladino chapter 21 . 6/26/2009
Ah, you saved the best for last. All of the stories in this series were phenomenal, but this really took the cake. Poor Robin, though. I can just feel Don's grief here. I'm glad he didn't have to lose Charlie too. The suspense of what went on in the courthouse was very well written, but it's the emotions of the piece that are the best thing about it. Loved the ending.
| theonlyxception chapter 21 . 6/10/2008
If I couldn't feel enough of the emotions in this story, well I could definitely feel it in this one. I felt bad for Charlie, knowing that he was blaming himself for what happened to Robyn. Even Don, who I'm partial to now, I felt bad for his loss as well. Even knowing that things could have turned out a lot worse, I like that a brother's word and a father's worry was a turning point to a long road, but a happier ending.
| Patti chapter 21 . 1/14/2008
Thanks for an amazing 3 stories. I feel as if I just watched a 2-parter of the series. You pegged everyone perfectly and tied up a complicated storyline effortlessly. Wonderful job.
| ferryboat George chapter 21 . 6/28/2007
Great story. I didn't have any strong feelings toward Robin one way or the other. I didn't wish her dead, but wouldn't really miss her either. It helped that right before I read this, I watched The Mole and found out she dumped Don anyway. I hope you don't mind if I get religious here, but you did bring it up. I get mad at people who say something was 'God's will' or 'it happened for a reason'. It's never God's will that things like that happen, and it never happens for a reason either. What He does promise, is that when something unreasonable does happen, he can help us find the good in it, because no matter how bad it was, there is always good. I hope that made sense and didn't offend anybody :P Keep up the good writing and I'll get off my soap box now.
| HeartOfChaos chapter 21 . 6/8/2007
This was my fave so far. Poor Charlie, poor everyone. I can't think of anything else to say, except that this was incredible! Great job!
| Kes chapter 21 . 6/8/2007
Yay! *applause* Jolly good show. Especially with Don's breakdown; realistic, without slipping too much into melodrama. The only problems were still little technical things-mixing up 'where' and 'were', 'weary' and 'wary', that sort of thing. But the plot and action and character stuff continued to be tight. :D