|Reviews for Becoming Invisible|
| Ghostwriter chapter 6 . 10/10/2007
Great job. Catch ya on the flip side.
| teal-lover chapter 1 . 9/18/2007
don't know how I missed this. It's good. I'm off to read the next few chapters.
| shimmerinstars chapter 1 . 9/13/2007
Sorry this is so late Rozzy. I loved your story it was amazing,brilliantlywritten and so full of brotherly angst!
For months I've had these three sections saved of your wonderful story to read whenever I needed some tenderness from big brother Dean...
"He didn’t feel the blanket being pulled up over him to offset the chill in the room. Or notice the ministrations of gentler fingers wiping away with a damp cloth the trail of dried blood down the side of his face, or feel how his fringe was lifted from his forehead as his brother studied him momentarily in sleep, happy that for now he was safe."
Or if I needed some major Sammy angst...
"Getting back into the impala was only another reminder of all his failures. The demon, the crash and later the price his father was forced to pay afterwards to save his brother. All because he didn’t kill the beast when his father had begged him. So, no he told himself he didn’t want to get back into that metal box of reminders that screamed his failures at him at every mile they went."
Or if I needed something hysterically funny from the mind of Dean knowing his Sammy oh so well...
Reversing a few yards back he could see the carefully placed beer bottle on top of the stone wall and just knew that it was Sam’s doing. Who else in the middle of nowhere would place, not toss away, a half empty beet bottle and leave it perfectly placed on a frigging wall?
Thank you Rozzy!
| Deanaholic1 chapter 6 . 8/31/2007
yay great story..im off 2 read the sequel thing..lol
| Windyfontaine chapter 6 . 8/5/2007
Oh wow, this was an awesome story. I read it so I could then read your new one, and just gobbled up the chapters. Thanks for filling in how Sam got his cast, and wow, the amount of angst you put these boys through! But hehe, the fight of Candy and the other girl over Sam was cool. And I like how Sam wanted to help out a ghost, and he did it without any weapons! But aww, I feel so bad for them now, you know they love each other and are concerned for each other but Dean just can't show it with the secret he holds. Awesome job on this story! And now I can start reading your latest. Take it easy :)
| IheartSam7 chapter 2 . 7/16/2007
ok that was good. i love drunk sammy
| IheartSam7 chapter 1 . 7/16/2007
ok that was good but dean is an ass
| Dark-flames chapter 6 . 6/21/2007
Wow... You.. CANNOT END like THIS! ) Great story, great pull throughout... and it can't just stop this way...
| Eve-Tuscany chapter 6 . 3/14/2007
I'm really glad I came across this fic. It's bloody amazing! Great job!
| Cutiepie2191 chapter 6 . 2/3/2007
Great end to the story! Keep up the good work:)
| nocturnal08 chapter 6 . 2/3/2007
Great story. I love Dean's fierce love, glad Sam got to feel it again there at the end. I also love Dean's continued reassurance. He kept saying that everything would be okay, and I think that is something that Sam needs to hear until he really HEARS it. Good job. I'll be watching for more stories!
| kokomocalifornia chapter 6 . 1/3/2007
this is such a great story!
| Fireman Phil chapter 6 . 12/21/2006
This is a great finish to the story and the very best part is the final five paragraphs. Whether you intend to do a follow-up story or just allow us to watch as the on-air series moves on, you have set the scene for more drama and keen anticipation of an uncertain future.
Great story telling!
Here's to "Good health and good wring (and reading) in the New Year!"
| geminigrl11 chapter 6 . 12/14/2006
Aww, Roz! :( You left our boys sad and with nothing resolved (which is utterly fitting, given the bombshell that is hopefully awaiting us in the next episode. DAMN YOU KRIPKE!) Dean's fears about what his knowledge will do to them, Sam's interpretation of his Dad's actions and reactions toward him were so heartbreaking.
"From Walker to Anderson he kept on pushing his brother away and knew that one day if he didn’t learn how to let him back in then his brother would eventually walk away." Dean, no - Sam would never walk away. But there could be a time where he decides he can't follow you if yuo push hard enough. Fortunately, I don't see that happening. Although things sure are rocky at the moment.
Insighful story, darling Roz - and it really tugged on my old heartstrings. Thanks so much for sharing.
| elanurel chapter 6 . 12/9/2006
And Dean's back in the game! The fact that he automatically goes into "head injury diagnosis" mode...and then hits big brother big-time. I'm happy you brought the story back to the brother dynamic after fracturing it for a little bit. Even so, you kept him cranky: “What is it with you trying to bash your brains out tonight?” he groused sourly. Ah, grumpy Dean.
I love that Dean went back to thinking about Sam and Stanford, how much he changed when he was away. Stories that explore the dynamic based on them still learning how to deal with the lost years are ones that I like best.
“You better not be thinking about puking in my car brat. You hear me?” So we're sharing the same brain now? “You throw up back there, Charlie, and I’ll kick you out on your ass.” First we use the same names, and now we pretty much have Dean expressing the same sentiment. Great minds and all that. ;-P
We need more Drunk!Sammy in the world. We do. Your take on him was brilliant. The comment about the hotel light actually had me snort loud enough for my husband to ask, "What are you doing?" But it's still hard to know that underneath all of that, Sam is wondering how he messed up again and he's too far gone to hear Dean call him Sammy. (Especially since I suspect Dean waited deliberately on purpose.) Excellent characterization of Dean and Sam in that scene, my friend.
The scene where Sam wakes up and thinks Dean has left him. Man. No words, man. Just heartbreaking.
But the part where he remembers Candy? Priceless.
You know what's sad? Papa Winchester did what he to do to keep the boys alive and train them, but neither of them believe they had any worth in his eyes... Sam always thinks that Dean was his favorite, and Dean often thinks the same. Poor boys.
You're writing a follow-up, right? Because ending it like this: As he took another long slug he prayed for a miracle to keep him safe, letting the tears fall silently, fighting against despair as he tried steel himself for the battle ahead. He was not ready for this. Neither of them were.
No, Roz. That's not very nice.