|Reviews for Koss|
| Hummingbird2 chapter 1 . 7/4/2011
That was very interesting, thank you.
| Whirlwind421 chapter 1 . 7/1/2011
I liked it! And I almost feel sympathy for Koss. Good story!
| Rigil Kent chapter 1 . 3/8/2009
An interesting take on Koss that tracks with my own opinion of him. A pairing with T'Pau is an amusing direction to take here (she didn't waste any time, did she?) though it reinforces my belief that he doesn't have a particularly ... strong personality. She'll wear the metaphorical pants in this relationship, that's for sure, and as someone who comes across as somewhat submissive, I think Koss will be okay with that.
I also liked your subtle hints about T'Pau being somewhat racist (speciest?) in regards to humans; that also tracks with how she came across as fairly dismissive toward Kirk in "Amok Time."
This line really spoke to me about T'Pol's character: "could a woman who had so little self-discipline ever achieve contentment? He doubted it." Really sad, but completely true. It's no wonder I loath where the canon series left her in TATV since she seems unable to allow herself contentment and the one person who seemed to understand her was taken away.
| LeonardoWillRebuildHisStudio chapter 1 . 12/4/2008
A great story. Very good.
| Sita Z chapter 1 . 5/15/2008
A well told and insightful one-shot! I wasn't aware that Koss was an unpopular character within fandom; he seemed kind and patient enough.
My favorite part of dialogue was Koss' careful attempt to get to know T'Pol better, and her refusing him not-so-gently. I can understand and sympathize with both sides, and I think that's what great writing is about!
Thanks for this!
| Emiliana Keladry chapter 1 . 5/15/2008
Very good. I never disliked Koss after I saw the episode Home. He was kind to her, even for a Vulcan he was nice and sensitive to her. I'm glad that he did finally find someone more suited to him. :) Great story! Thanks for writing this!
| Kathy Rose chapter 1 . 5/15/2008
An interesting story. I always felt sorry for Koss, and thought he was extremely patient with T'Pol, considering how she kept putting him off. I think you did a good job telling the story from his point of view, and came up with a valid reason for him to let T'Pol out of their marriage.
| bina W chapter 1 . 5/15/2008
Interesting story. I was interesting that Tucker and her kissed at her ceremony in the episode. I feel for Tucker and a a little for TPol. Poor Koss thought. Who wants to be married to someone who does not want him.
No one should be forced to do that.
| JC Roberts chapter 1 . 5/14/2008
I was unaware that Koss was so much maligned (not surprised, just unaware), but your story certainly makes him sympathetic. He really can't be blamed for being a product of his culture - and T'Pol certainly showed no acknowledgment of his attempts to create a real marriage.
This was very well written, as usual, and fair in its depiction of the other side of the story.