|Reviews for The Square Root of Pi|
| SupernaturallyEgocentric chapter 2 . 1/20/2013
Oh man, this was a great story. Ending just killed me.
| SupernaturallyEgocentric chapter 1 . 1/20/2013
Great chapter! Love Sam's blasting the bitch!
| frostfalcon chapter 2 . 6/16/2011
Just thought I say this was enjoyable... and having lived in and around Poughkeepsie, NY all but the last 10 years of my life, I can say with surety it could be worse... like the northern suburbs of Pittsburgh. I can't wait to move back to Poughkeepsie after being stuck here.. Thanks for sharing!
| yaoifansakura chapter 2 . 12/30/2010
Ok, these 2 chapters along with the sequel are one of my absolute favorite Supernatural-OC stories. I get the feeling you could write anything, regardless of series because your writing style just rocks. You describe so well characters as if you know them, and their interraction is succesful because they make the reader live and experience it, not just read about it. I'm not good with words but I want to say thank you, for creating the character of Sally, and sharing this story with us.
| fearlessgoddess2 chapter 2 . 1/30/2009
God, so sad. Really tugs at the heartstrings. *sighs*
| fearlessgoddess2 chapter 1 . 1/30/2009
Great chapter! Loved it! Loved Dean's, "Get out," to the slut! And totally loved Sam's reaction as well!
| Kazuki Landen chapter 2 . 1/7/2009
That was... fantastic. I didn't cry, but I was all teary which is just as bad.
Loved the interaction between Dean and Sally, had me laughing every time.
Sally was a great OC - seriously, I was all ready to get 'anti-mary-sue', but she was brilliant. I thought the bit with her and Sam hiding under the afghan was just genius.
Fantastic work, and I'm hoping you have more SN fics around...
| tellie chapter 2 . 11/17/2008
Damn my English skills that can't let me say what I mean... I want to say so much!
This nearly made my cry. So full of childish innocence but also cruel not-yet-but-soon-to-be-adult crap and dirty jokes Sam didn't seem to understand :) And sensitivity of a child, how even the smallest, usual things affect children and make them what they are going to be. That aspect made me think that one comic, Peanuts it is in English, I think. When I read the cartoon I can't help thinking how the kids turn out, and same here.
Well, of course we know what will happens Sam and Dean, but sill. At the end my hearth nearly broke when I was thinking 'yeah, math girl will do something good, and some day after a big consert or maybe some scientific meeting she will smile and wonder where her first love and his a bit idiotic big brother are, and at that momet Sam will be lying dead at some god-forbitten dirty town while his brother is selling his soul to save the kid's life.'
Ah, I must stop at that before I really start crying. But let me say, emotional effect definetly was not weakest point... I don't think there was a weak point at all. I mean, it was ALL there!
| ROBINV chapter 2 . 6/30/2008
What a bittersweet story! I have to say, the ragtag life the Winchesters led certainly affected their ability to form lasting relationships, but I cry every time poor Sam gets close to a girl and has to say goodbye to her. This was so poignant and perfect, and I loved the humor blended with the reality of Winchester life. Exceptionally well-written! Love, Robin
| Ihni chapter 2 . 4/17/2008
Aw. That's just ... aw. As in a frustrated "ah".
| inzane73 chapter 2 . 9/25/2007
I found this fic thanks to a C2 alert. Thank God for alerts. I just don't have the time to wade through all the SPN fics out there, much less my other fandoms. I tend to rely on other people's favorites and C2s.
I truly enjoyed this story of Sam and Dean's younger days. Sam's loss is so poignant; you portrayed his emotions so well. The interaction between Sam and Dean was also well done, so much like it is today, yet an added element of the juvenile in it due to their younger ages. And how you made me like a original character so much in only two chapters, I'll never know. That's real skill.
I'll have to try to find time to read some of your other stuff. in the meantime, I'll add you to my alerts.
Oh, and I totally got the "boy type" thing. Ranma rocks! Too bad anime is ridiculously expensive. I only have the first three seasons.
| dinawen chapter 2 . 8/15/2007
| Fireman Phil chapter 2 . 7/8/2007
You didn't disappoint us. Broke our hearts a bit, but didn't disappoint! We know Sam will survive. Looked over by big brother Dean and toughened under the hand of John, he will survive. What about Sally? This was her story as much as it was Sam's. I would like to think she'll experience a lot of success in her life and if she is as geeky and smart as she seems, I'll bet she'll find a way to re-connect with Sam sometime in the future.
In your usual way, you completely pulled me into this story.
| Fireman Phil chapter 1 . 7/8/2007
You have a wonderful way of creating original characters and involving them in the lives of the Winchesters. Sally is just the latest in a growing line and you write her with such feeling that I was drawn to understand her situation as much as I was about Sam. Poor kids. Those are difficult years for any teen,let alone those lacking in familial support.
There are many touching moments in this story and most are up-lifting examples of the human spirit, and some are typical Sam & Dean moments. Sadly, I suspect this will end badly. Don't all of Sam's relationships do that?
| rozzy07 chapter 2 . 7/4/2007
Sorry if I'm coming in late with my review for both chapters and what damn find chapters they have been girl. Amazing sensitive writing, pulling me in, allowing me to care for Sally as her relationship with Sam slowly develops into something seriously special. At the back of my mind was the nagging fear that eventually Sam would be leaving her behind, like everything else he has ever cared about in his young life (other than his family) but I wasn't quite prepared for how utterly heartbreaking you made it. Poughkeepsie and his first true love is goning leave an indelible mark on his heart. More soon please.