|Reviews for Crossing the Waters|
| Hedwig Edwiges chapter 26 . 5/22
thanks for writing.
| Seren ferch Dafydd chapter 26 . 6/15/2017
Brava! Very good story with a great ending. I look forward to the further adventures of SGA and NCIS.
| Guest chapter 26 . 6/15/2017
Brava! A great ending to a very good story. I look forward to the future adventures of SGA and NCIS.
| Schatze8210 chapter 26 . 5/3/2016
| Independent Dude chapter 26 . 4/19/2015
I liked this story very well done.
| 5ngela chapter 26 . 11/7/2013
Love the story. The last part when Sheppard back to normal is very sad. But if you make the follow up that Sheppard become very depressed and try to kill himself it would be truly very heart wreanching. Anyway, please continue soon.
| fred21 chapter 26 . 7/22/2013
And once again another wonderful crossover of 2 very different shows. I'm really enjoying this series :)
| Shadow of Flame chapter 26 . 7/14/2013
Nice, this might even be better than Cross Jurisdiction! Although am surprised it took them so long to figure out it was connected to the ATA gene. That seemed pretty obvious-or at least a reasonable theory-to me way before anyone mentioned in in the fic. But then again, as the reader I have more info than the characters do, sometimes. Anyway, great job.
| Silverthreads chapter 9 . 4/14/2012
I think this story has potential, but as a Rodney McKay fan, I am unable to continue. You don't seem to have much respect for McKay and Sheppard getting hurt badly was too much. Naturally, this is merely a matter of personal preference, but lately it has been next to impossible to find good stories with McKay in a good role and I guess I am sort of taking it out on you.
| Marcus S. Lazarus chapter 26 . 6/27/2011
As with its predecessor, a very effective bit of work.
The NCIS team’s initial introduction to Atlantis certainly fit their characters (Although a part of me still thinks that Abby should have been there; Ducky being left behind makes sense as Doctor Keller and her staff have probably learned enough from dealing with unusual deaths to do his job easily enough, but forensic science is a lot more specialised), and the subsequent murder and their attempts to investigate it were explored very effectively.
Lorne may have obviously been under the influence of something when he appeared, but your subsequent exploration of the NCIS team’s attempts to investigate something in Pegasus while also re-learning everything they thought they knew about ‘motive’ and biology was definitely effective; you even came up with a VERY neat twist in your creation of a virus that also managed to infect machinery as well as biological systems.
And as for the subsequent race against time as those uninfected have to beat the viral infection AND the consequences of what it’s making those infected do to their teammates...
VERY dramatic, to say the least; McGee’s gambit to help McKay was a particular example of just how desperate he and Ronon had become at that point, while Sheppard’s warped reasoning made him a clearly dangerous threat even without the issue of the bond between them working against the Atlantis staff in this instance.
Keep up the great work!
| Madances chapter 26 . 3/21/2011
Hi, I stayed up much to late to finish reading your story. Good Job! Tracy
| lilawonder chapter 26 . 3/13/2011
Absolutely EPIC! What an amazing story! So exciting! Brilliant! I hope there is a third!
| lilawonder chapter 7 . 3/13/2011
For future reference Marines do NOT have medics. They use Navy Hospital Corpsman. Just a pet peeve of mine and you are not the first to do it and sadly will not be the last. Otherwise I am loving this! Great job!
| lilawonder chapter 1 . 3/13/2011
Hahahaaaaa! I just read Cross Jurisdiction an left a review that said there should be a sequel! Thank you for writing this!
| Naima chapter 26 . 11/22/2010
Just spent the last three hours reading Cross Jurisdiction and then this sequel, I loved both of them. Nice action, wonderful dialogue and very IC for both teams