|Reviews for Endeavour: Pandora|
| Guard of the Heradi chapter 21 . 9/2/2009
I feel robbed...
Where's good old Malcolm? You bring him back from the dead and he's barely around, no fair! And now you've just made me miss Hoshi, I wanted so much to find out how she'd been in the time since Elysium.
I like the temporary change of tone though, a nice break from the heart-pumping action of the previous stories. Having said that, looking forward to the next so much... looking forward to a good old nice mix of tactical, espionage and action.
Best regards as always,
Guard of the Heradi
| Tangerine-Alert chapter 21 . 5/11/2007
An amazing ending, so much left unanswered...and concluded? Not continued...does this mean Acheron will be the last?
| Tangerine-Alert chapter 20 . 5/11/2007
Wouldn't holotransmitters be rare or something? (or if they aren't wouldn't they be used for military things and not available to ships).
But it's still great, if the desk is in front of the door will T'pol be vaulting over it each time she wants to visit Trip, or just crawling under it.
| Tangerine-Alert chapter 19 . 5/11/2007
Nice Trip and Archer moment there, good to see that they're (hopefully) not going to split Tucker and T'pol.
Brilliant chapter as always.
| Tangerine-Alert chapter 18 . 5/11/2007
Galactic North/South/East...I guess that makes sense...in the same way that most star trek battles happen with the two ships facing each other sort of way.
| Tangerine-Alert chapter 17 . 5/11/2007
'Raised Eyebrow of Doom!' Brilliant!
| Tangerine-Alert chapter 16 . 5/11/2007
That was...brutal, odd and interesting.
| Tangerine-Alert chapter 15 . 5/11/2007
Intense, brilliant chapter.
| Tangerine-Alert chapter 14 . 5/11/2007
Ok, making more sense, Archer does fake 'angry' very well then considering.
Unless he doesn't know this yet.
| Tangerine-Alert chapter 13 . 5/11/2007
More temporal cold war stuff...more confusing temporal makes captains from all series' heads ache...Hurray!
| Tangerine-Alert chapter 12 . 5/11/2007
Brilliant chapter, love the interaction between Phlox and his wife.
| Admiral chapter 21 . 5/9/2007
Once again, got in late on this one. (Damned useless author alert!) Excellent work!
| Lilith Kayden chapter 21 . 5/3/2007
Another good story ready for its sequel. I'm very glad that the Author likes these stories enough to keep writing them as a series, and also to commit the time to write them in the lenghth and in the depth of detail that makes them so outstanding.
| Lilith Kayden chapter 5 . 5/2/2007
For Tucker to bar his First Officer from all Away Missions without his express approval, is a contradiction to Starfleet practice of always being prepared at maximum readiness-and indeed again and again in Starfleet the First Officer often heads the Away Missions.
His actions in this case strike me as being emotionally motivated and immature. As a 36 year old he's acting very much like two other Fan Fiction dot Net characters who are 17 or 18 years old. Two young males decide that their close friend (a girl), and the sister of one of them have to stay back while the two boys go out on an Away Mission. "Hermione, Ginny, we don't want you to get hurt. You're staying behind and that's that," exclaim Harry Potter and Ron Weasley.
Although Captain Tucker is 36 he still needs to grow up and let T'Pol serve her ship to her maximum abilities. This is the challenge and exertion that every Vulcan lives for, and she should not be hindered fron living her full life in a normal Vulcan manner-just because of his fears.
| firebirdgirl chapter 21 . 3/1/2007
Spoiler...Poor Lundmark...Glad Reed is alive, looking forward to the next installment. Happy writing!