|Reviews for Anniversary|
| pdd912 chapter 1 . 6/29/2011
This is a great story. Very nicely written. I especially enjoyed the (somewhat) non-consensual activity at the end. I've just recently become a fan of the show (and by fan, I mean obsessed with, lol) and I've only just begun to look into the available fanfiction for it. I have a strong interest in Dark Sam fics but am having trouble finding any. If you know of Dark or Evil Sam fics, could you please tell me where to find them? Thanks.
| XXXMystery chapter 1 . 2/8/2009
This is morbid and kinda depressing. Great story!
| amitai chapter 1 . 3/19/2008
I liked! A lot!
I'm not normally into Evil!Sammy, but Von recommended this to me, and I'm a one-fic convert. :D I love how he went and visited Dean and was still so Sam, but - not. It was chilling... and then at the end... ohsogood.
Beautifully written, as well; a lovely, smooth style.. unusual and you pulled it off perfectly.
A wonderful fic, thank you for sharing!
| Von chapter 1 . 2/1/2008
This is perfect! Wonderful! Exactly what I've been craving.
The only reason I can think for the low review count is that people read it and are then stunned by the awesomeness and unable to further interact with the world.
| Twinchy chapter 1 . 1/31/2008
Wow, I’m absolutely stunned and blown away by your story! Very impressive characterizations and a well thought-out AU version of events following AHBL. Imaginative setting too, Earth practically under siege by demons. To say I’m speechless would be an understatement, heart-broken covers it much better.
I loved your idea of bringing Sarah into the mix and Dean’s ‘feelings’ about her finally pushing him to the point of breaking the uneasy truce granting him protection. Yet I am really sad she wasn’t spared in the end no matter what.
Sam gave me the creeps, honestly. The way he treated his brother visiting him on the anniversary, showing a sense of normalcy that didn’t exist anymore. No wonder, Dean felt torn and didn’t quite know how to deal with all this on the grand scale; Sam was still his brother, in some way, despite everything. He was aware of the downward spiral and that it was only a matter of time until there was nothing left.
The YED’s appearance came unexpected for me but felt smooth in the context and added to the despair of the whole situation. The King and his Right-Hand, both coming to see to the older brother’s punishment; Dean surely must have felt special – in a horrified manner.
Your ambivalent ending though, ripped the last shreds from my heart. It was victory and defeat all in one. I don’t even want to think about how it must have felt for Dean [thank you by the way for giving him the oportunity to put the bullet to good use – a tiny piece of success, at l(e)ast].
Very interesting, you left it open to the reader what consequences the outcome may have for both Dean and the world in general. In spite of your second to last sentence, hope prevails in my mind (but maybe that’s just me). *sniff*