|Reviews for 4 a - Song of the Messaline|
| Guest chapter 4 . 9/20/2012
I like it. WRITE MORE! :D
| Laura Harkness chapter 4 . 8/27/2009
i loved this:
mussing up the man’s hair in a very rare show of affection
even if said lips hadn’t quite got the memo
the Doctor spun in the air as if scenting blood
this is gorgeous and dreamlike and exquisite. lovely, lovely words. beautifully crafted.
once again compared to your artistry i feel mundane, plebian.
| Otter Child chapter 4 . 8/27/2009
Lovely bit with his daughter...but I really didn't want those images of Jack in my head! Men!
| Lynse chapter 3 . 8/26/2009
Yes, I definitely get lost in descriptions! Fortunately, part of it is taking place as if in a dream, or that is to say a dream-like state of mind, what with the wandering around in the Doctor's head, but at least there are some rocks to climb up on to get my bearings. :-) A cute continuation of your previous story so far, although I must admit I am a bit confused-is this with the Doctor or the Doctor's clone or, when examining the mind of the Time Lord, is it a combination of both, harking back to the connection of the previous story? (Me, I probably missed a line somewhere, sorry...)
| Laura Harkness chapter 2 . 12/3/2008
oh... nice: "those brown eyes that held a thousand sadnesses"
and nice: "The memory of water came to his mind"
o and really, um, nice: "until a hand grabbed him, a long fingered hand" (you know me)
lovely. i love the last two paragraphs. could read pages and pages of that... nothing else. it'd be heaven.
| Otter Child chapter 1 . 11/4/2008
Oh, very cute! I'll have to read the rest of this.