Reviews for Arc of the Wolf: Distant Horizons
ZenaraTheDragon chapter 9 . 6/1/2013
This just made me smile.
...
That is all. :)
ZenaraTheDragon chapter 7 . 6/1/2013
:( Scotty... Don't be sad. You end up on the best ship in the Fleet...
You have a way or writing emotional pieces that is extraordinary. I commend you.
I need happiness now... But I shall continue reading because this is amazingly written and is about my favorite character!
ZenaraTheDragon chapter 6 . 6/1/2013
Well, that's a quite intriguing little story there. Very well-written! And Scotty being a genuis kid? Yeah. I approve. :D
ZenaraTheDragon chapter 4 . 6/1/2013
Interesting piece. I like the almost stream-of-consciousness writing of it, and while the non-explaning thing irks me a bit, I don't think ot needs explanation. (I kind of got the image that he has some kind of injury? But then nah... I dunno)
It's very well-done, I did like it :)
ZenaraTheDragon chapter 2 . 6/1/2013
Oh wow. I just found this... An entire Scotty-centric series... I'm in some form of heaven... I'll read it all when it isn't midnight :) Then again, I may read it all now anyways!
Window Girl chapter 6 . 7/6/2009
Aww, how sweet. I liked how you worked in Jay being Scott's biological father and all the emotions tangled up in that.
Window Girl chapter 5 . 7/6/2009
I like this story. Scotty isn't one of my favorite characters, but you make him interesting. Jay is an interesting character too.
Window Girl chapter 3 . 7/6/2009
Yep, that's Leonard McCoy: polite until you get on his nerves.
Window Girl chapter 2 . 7/6/2009
Aww, poor Scotty misses his mummy when she goes away. I like your characterization of him. It does seem like Montgomery Scott would be obsessed with fixing things, even at the age of six.
VERENNA chapter 2 . 6/23/2009
"he was, if anything, the least favorite crayon in the proverbial box in these situations. You don't hate the crayon, you just ignore it." Wow, you have a way to put in words the reality of a childs life...

" He didn't realize that he had edged over until he practically had his head against her side, and then she rested a hand on his shoulder and he hoped, even though he knew better, that maybe this time she wouldn't go."

:sniff:

"And she would still be frowning when she left, if he cried, and it would be awhile before she had that proud voice again."

:poor Scotty! I want to hug him!:

"He gave her his best smile back.

She never saw that it didn't reach his eyes."

Steff, its fact. You broke my heart, woman. In pieces.

I want to hug and kiss my crayons...

Vero