|Reviews for Minutes|
| Dorryen Golde chapter 1 . 7/15/2011
Oh my god. I was honestly enthralled.
House's reasoning is so twisted, yet by the end I was able to actually follow it to its logical conclusion. And your little gut-punching clarifying one-liners helped out a lot:
"The point was to scare the shit out of his friend, who had been dumb enough to climb aboard the Death Machine rather than risk losing, again, the last thing he truly cared about."
WOW. Concise, powerful summary of the entire fic. Amazing job.
| Lady Merlin chapter 1 . 3/5/2009
Fantastic portrayal of Wilson, f*ing fantastic. You have a knack for stunning last lines.
"Present tense, Wilson, you moron, he thought, and twisted the throttle a little wider open. Present tense. "
Really beautiful. I don't know what else to say, i can't describe how much I love your work.
| Heidinanookie chapter 1 . 12/24/2008
Hm, I don't think House would torture Wilson like that. And he does not enjoy torturing him, either. Teasing him, yes, but not torture. House has a very fine sense of when it's about time to stop, when he's nearing the borderline or is going to far. We've seen on several occasions that he's absolutely able to let his hair down and behave like an actual human being - especially towards Wilson.
He's unable to endure more than a few months without "his" Wilson, let alone a whole year. Whatever Wilson does can't be awful enough to keep House away for long. At least that's what I think.
| Kate Swynford chapter 1 . 7/31/2007
I enjoyed the story very much. You've captured the screwed-up nature of their friendship perfectly.
| Shadowstar chapter 1 . 12/29/2006
Aww. That's sweet. What a nice way to make up. "How anal-retentive are you?" Haha, I liked that line.
| SecondSilk chapter 1 . 12/22/2006
Oh, this is wonderful.
The oblique description of the preceeding year worked well. And Chase. Excellent with Chase.
The past/present tense wa great - a pedantic and pointed destinction, very House.
I loved the House was going to blame Wilson for lying to him for the year - not for the betrayal, now, but for the year. Because he has to blame someone. And that now he felt he could have Wilson back, therefore the question of whether Wilson would have him back.
And the tentativeness of the resolution.
| imfreakinorange chapter 1 . 12/17/2006
Although i dont fully understand the story. it was very well written.
| Chibi Cheesecake chapter 1 . 12/16/2006
This is pretty much the best Housefic I've ever read. You did an excellent job with keeping them in-character, and I love the attention to detail you had. I've been wondering for a while now what's going to happen between House and Wilson now, and I really like your version of it. :)
| Roga chapter 1 . 12/16/2006
...wow. I love you. *Such* a beautiful story, both the premise and the writing. Thank you! (got here through the rec at TWOP, by the way).
| Ivy3 chapter 1 . 12/16/2006
I liked it and am glad those two will be ok, eventually.
| KidsNurse chapter 1 . 12/15/2006
Perfect; oh, so utterly perfect. My favorite line? "He still had Wilson's number, stored in the cellphone or not." Many thanks; a lovely bedtime story tonight!
| Double Dog chapter 1 . 12/15/2006
Blackmare, this is just wonderful.
Did I say this before? That you have the characters, and voices, so terrifically *down*?
Recommended this on TWoP tonight. This is such an absolute pleasure.