|Reviews for Winding Road|
| waitingforAslan chapter 1 . 7/18
Evocative and sad. Love the part about him wanting to fall into a heartbeat that cares if his continues and how the Impala resembles that for him.
| mzz chapter 1 . 6/18/2012
"That was a long time ago, and Dean has learned how to be alone."
Everytime I read pre-series when Sam was at Stanford and then read about Dean, break my heart.
| AmyNY chapter 1 . 5/18/2008
Short and to the point, and that last sentence tied in the story nicely. Thank you so much for sharing this, I really enjoyed reading it.
| serenmercury chapter 1 . 3/4/2008
This was absolutely beautiful and hurt in so the right way. I'm in awe.
| Rebel Goddess chapter 1 . 10/15/2007
Interesting story with a nicely sad ending. I really liked that final line. Good stuff.
| trecebo chapter 1 . 10/11/2007
In keeping with the Winchesters, this is rather dark, but applicable to the situation. Sometimes life is waiting, knowing that the landing is coming. But he has to decide whether or not to absorb the feeling of the freefall and make it work for him, or to simply straighten out and go faster toward his doom. (Ack, now I'm morbid. Yeesh!)
Most definately something to think about.
| Thru Terry's Eyes chapter 1 . 10/11/2007
Very nice. I like his mathmatic mindplay
| Sailor Sol chapter 1 . 10/11/2007
Aw. Poor Dean! *sobs*
Very well done, as usual ;-). We loves our Winchester boys, we do, we do.
The math/physics problems amused me, and now I wish I had a heat transfer book so I could attempt to find values regarding wendigo flesh and flares and other such nonsense.
(And it's wendigo, not windigo. *Nitpicks*)
| Cathy1967 chapter 1 . 10/10/2007
Gawd, you do know your way around words, don't you? Sheesh! This is heartrending and so in character. I love it. It's beautiful and sad at the same time. And so true.