|Reviews for Hypothesis|
| Sheppardlover928 chapter 2 . 4/16
Just finished re-reading this story and still found it hard that Atlantis turned against John in the way they all did, even down to Carson! But, that said...that was what it was all about! The good guys turned into bad, the bad guy (Caldwell) turned into good..and thank goodness, he did!...John will forgive and eventually forget...love your writing style!
| Vadercat chapter 2 . 1/31
Great story! Have to say at the beginning, I couldn't figure out what John could have done to make everyone hate him so throughly. Though I do think Carson's behavior as well as actions a bit out of character even for him. he was such a kind and caring man. All in all I really liked the story, well crafted.
| Guest chapter 2 . 11/5/2016
Unbelievable on every part
Sorry nicely written but unbelievable
| Dr.Zimmerman chapter 2 . 6/23/2015
Ahhh I looved :) He waaas amazing! AND CALDWELL TOO!
I loved the story, but kind of wanted Sheppard to begin working with the Dedalus, it would have been a nice kind of change, having both of the Colonels working togheter, But then again I supposed they would've killed each other in less then a week hehehe ;)
But either way as I said, I loved it! It was amazingly good and I almost died of exitement of knowing what he had done to be so wrong or why everyone hated him. Honestly I first thought that Atlantis was sick or something for their weird behaviour.
Everything was presented so good, in a perfect and interesting order, and loved how you describe the characters, (especially funny and warm protecting DOC. Reynolds 3) and how everything developed in the end :)
| Hannah Lynn McDonald chapter 2 . 7/6/2014
Wow. Wow. Wow. Wow. Wow. Wow. Wow. Wow. Wow. Wow. Wow. Wow. Wow. Wow. Wow. Wow. Wow. Wow. Wow.
I loved this! I haven't seen *any* other stories where Caldwell is at least a secondary main character-and I've been looking for them. This was wonderful! I loved the story, and you wrote it so well. The characters, the emotions, the scenes-Sheppard-were all written realistically and with feeling. This was a pleasure to read.
Thank you so very much!
| whitecat53 chapter 2 . 4/29/2014
Don't know if you're still using this site but anyway... This story is brilliant! So incredibly good! I couldn't stop reading it! Gonna go back and read it all again! So original and really well written! Love it!
| Terry Kay chapter 2 . 2/1/2014
Excellent piece of writing! You've taken an unpopular viewpoint and through minutiae made very believable. Thank you!
| Sylvery chapter 2 . 11/26/2013
I thoroughly enjoyed reading through this! It is put together so well and well done, I just had to say so!
| HollyKalina23 chapter 2 . 9/17/2013
A truly amazing story. I had tears in my eyes when I read about Colonel Sheppard's treatment from the med staff and his fellow personnel. It truly disgusted me because I could really see it happening, even in real life. You definitely pulled at my heart strings with this story. Great job. The words 'You're Forgiven' are going to haunt me from this fanfic. I'm really glad that there was a happy ending to this. Colonel Sheppard is my favourite character on Stargate Atlantis and I really could see this story happening on the show. Everyone was in character, the plot line was thoroughly thought out and precise. Truly amazing work. Is there a sequel to this? I'd love to see how Sheppard handles his new anxiety in the field and the confrontation between him and McKay, and him and Ronon.
| thewolf74 chapter 2 . 7/11/2013
This was a very good story. I'm glad that John was able to stay on Atlantis. Please write more Stargate Atlantis stories.
| Sara chapter 1 . 6/9/2013
Where to start, it was generally a good story, but with major flaws. I found it hard to swallow that medical personnel would behave like that, especially Beckett, totally out of character. Maybe one or two rogue doctors or nurses, but not an entire infirmary. Beckett would not have left him without a radio or water, he is the CMO at the end of the day. I could understand a rogue doctor telling Becket he would take of the Colonel after the fall, and then not bothering once Beckett was out of site, and the same doctor taking John to his quarters giving Beckett the impression that procedure had been followed. Beckett's character didn't deserve this treatment in the story.
The pool of blood ok, but the written message "your forgiven" was a huge no go, pious claptrap and so out of character for John. It would have been good for John's team to visit him when the initial request went through, it would have been interesting to see John's reaction, even if it was to give them the silent treatment.
The movie idea was a good way of people finding out the truth in one go. John's apology to Teyla was overkill and sickly, it was an opportunity for his whole team to see what their actions had done to him and apologise to him, not the other way round. Their treatment of him was appalling and It would have been good for them to know that he now had trust issues with them, as well as with the base military. The flight scene was well written and it was good to see Sheppard back to his old self whilst flying. Overall it had a lot of potential - I would like to see this re-posted, but with major changes.
| blueday00 chapter 2 . 5/10/2013
it would have been cool if you have written a sequel to this story!
| loveinthemist chapter 2 . 8/24/2012
Interesting story, and very well written.
| Goldvein chapter 2 . 1/18/2012
This was absolutely amazing, you did an excellent job writing this! :)
| Laura-trekkie chapter 2 . 10/12/2011
Ok, that explains things. I can certainly see why Rodney, Ronon and Teyla jumped to the wrong conclusion on that planet, but that doesn't make their actions acceptable. They made no effort to talk to John and get a proper explanation, and ok, John wasn't talking either, but I think his was the lesser transgression.
Once again, I loved how Caldwell and his team took care of John, showing nothing but support and concern even when John thought they should be throwing him in the brig. I particularly liked that Caldwell spent so much time with John and tried to draw him out.
It was a big relief when John got into the cockpit of the F-302. Caldwell was right to be dismayed when John refused, given how aware he was of John's love of flying. A love he has now experienced first hand after John put the little ship through some impressive paces.
I liked where you ended things- John's physically on the mend, but there was no magic fix for his friendships or his trust. He's talking with Teyla, Rodney and Ronon, but they are going to have to work hard to get things back to where they were.
The last line made me smile- there's the John we know and love :).