|Reviews for The Inquisitor's Doubts|
| Avarice chapter 1 . 1/28/2011
I very much enjoyed this. Great internal machinations of Sebastian, and a very appropriate Kosh voice/dialogue.
Personally loved this part:
If he came, he failed the test of obedience. If he did not come, he failed the test of self-sacrifice.
Such a great notion! Well-realised.
| Isis the Sphinx chapter 1 . 11/8/2009
Counterpoint, or balance?
I liked the characterization you gave Sebastion. He is a guy that had a lot of potential as a character, but Michael J. Strazynski stuck him in the wrong role and only dangled him in front of us.
Nicely done. Keep writing!
| Dekri chapter 1 . 9/13/2008
A chillingly wonderful little one off. Very well written. Thanks for sharing.
I always wondered what happened to Sebastian, while your story doesn't answer that, you presented a great view of his inner dialogue. My guess is the Vorlons put him back 'on ice' somewhere.
You captured Kosh well also. I love how you project the feeling that most Vorlons are cold, detached and even a little sinister (using Sebastian to torture potential 'saints' even to death) but Kosh is something different. I find it really fun to write in a Vorlon's voice myself so it's nice to see it come together so well for another.
| Laurie M chapter 1 . 9/13/2008
I like that - the counterpoint reminded me of Harriet and Peter at the end of 'Gaudy Night'. As always, excellent!