|Reviews for Skipping Stones, Altar Stones|
| TolkienGirl chapter 6 . 2/24
The ending, about skipping stones, just wrapped it up perfectly. Great, great story. It flew by in an instant. :)
| TolkienGirl chapter 5 . 2/24
OH MY GOSH-I had kind of suspected but not really expected this twist, if you know what I mean. Really heartwrenching! Wow!
| TolkienGirl chapter 3 . 2/24
In awe yet again. "It was never going to happen, but that didn't mean it didn't matter."
You just have a knack for phrasing, and I really admire it. :)
| TolkienGirl chapter 2 . 2/24
LOVE IT! Great little tidbits as always...casual yet cutting insights. Enjoyable read!
| Flyingwiththeflock425 chapter 6 . 10/16/2013
Your ending makes me sad i love it though help
| Flyingwiththeflock425 chapter 5 . 10/16/2013
I KNEW IT I KNEW IT I KNEW IT WAS MARY OMG SKDMFMRJMDJSKNDJAMFNDKSKIS I KNEW IT KEKSMDIS
| Flyingwiththeflock425 chapter 4 . 10/16/2013
I feel like i know who Emily really is :0. I'll read on to find out.
| Flyingwiththeflock425 chapter 3 . 10/16/2013
Your writing style is refreshing, this is one of the best weechester stories I've read in a while.
| Flyingwiththeflock425 chapter 1 . 10/16/2013
*screams bc perfection*
| Aliko Kinav chapter 6 . 9/20/2013
I loved Mary being there.
And it's so sad about John.
| SupernaturallyEgocentric chapter 6 . 4/21/2012
| SupernaturallyEgocentric chapter 1 . 4/21/2012
Oh man, this can't end well.
| xcloudx chapter 6 . 7/26/2011
Aw wow this was splendid! Thank you!
| Linnie McCary chapter 6 . 7/13/2011
Bravo! Now I want to read the version where...oh, dang, I can't say, in case someone who wants to read this fic reads the comments first.
Anyway, fine job!
| Linnie McCary chapter 2 . 7/13/2011
Debbie, you have such a delightful affinity for Sam, and I love that the relationship you build between the brothers is one grounded in reality, instead of sappiness.
In this chapter I was laughing at John, who doesn't even know what the thing is, yet, but still he's 'closing in on it.'
Then I got an even bigger jolly out of Dean (writes the person who shares her house with a parrot):
"The guy said the thing looked like darkness. That was the only way he could describe it. Darkness in a forest at night doesn't give us much to go on, and besides, that guy hunted birds. Can we trust someone who hunts birds? I mean, what kind of person does that?"