|Reviews for Truth and Lies|
| J-Nynja chapter 6 . 12/27/2013
| LittleMissAbigail chapter 6 . 10/3/2013
Aaaaaaaanndd things are beginning to look up. Whew.
| LittleMissAbigail chapter 5 . 10/3/2013
Again, poor Sarek. He just doesn't get it. And, surprisingly, this frustrates him. I didn't expect that.
| LittleMissAbigail chapter 4 . 10/3/2013
Poor Nyota. She's so stressed. I can hardly fathom how hard her day-to-day life is right now.
| LittleMissAbigail chapter 3 . 10/3/2013
Poor conflicted Spock. :
| LittleMissAbigail chapter 2 . 10/3/2013
How interesting... I enjoyed reading that from Nyota then Serek's POVs. Serek was less...observant and all knowing than Nyota assumed.
| wotumba1 chapter 6 . 7/2/2013
| wotumba1 chapter 4 . 7/2/2013
i can soooo understand why she said that and i can't blame her at all!
| wotumba1 chapter 2 . 7/2/2013
love it! and you're right about the change of POV's; that makes it even more interesting!
| Jean chapter 6 . 6/9/2013
| megawords191 chapter 6 . 6/4/2013
Per your suggestion, I have just finished reading StarTrekFanWriter's story "The Native." Thank you for recommending her stories. She is a masterful writer who,like you, gives many layers and depth to her Star Trek characters and their cultures. I did find, however, that her Vulcans and their culture are more ccalculating and harsh than how you choose to write them.
That said, your Sarek seems similar to how StarTrekFanWriter writes him, which is not a bad thing.
Speaking of multilayered characters though, I did not realize that you had killed off Nyota's roommate, that's a real shame, your writing really brought her to life. Plus, her flirtatious but caring character added a lightness to your AU. I guess that's the thing about conflict though, good people get lost even in fiction.
Anyway, thank you for the great writing and for sharing it!
| PristinelyUngifted chapter 6 . 5/25/2013
Oh, this was really really wonderful. Perfect character studies.
| Guest chapter 6 . 11/18/2012
This is a wonderful story. So moving. I thought I had read all your stories and was so pleased to discover that I hadn't. I'm currently re-reading all my favorite S/U fanfiction writers. Thank you for taking the time to craft such complex extremely well crafted fiction. It's because of you, the author of 'Descartes Error', and others of your ilk that I'm truly addicted to S/U fanfiction works. Can't wait to see were your new work goes.
| harriethare chapter 6 . 6/16/2012
I have re-read this story and as usual, found it to be wonderful in the re-reading. You have such a talent. PLEASE write something again. The whole site is awash in bad writing, plots and grammer. We need you and the others to come back. I know you are as busy as a one-armed paper hanger...what teacher is not? However, we need you, all of you great writers to take up your pens and save us from the slag that is out there.
Thanks for sharing your muse; let's hope she returns with a vengence.
| Guest chapter 5 . 2/13/2012
Sarek takes a deep breath and considers what he is feeling. Shock, or something like it, of course, and disappointment, though not because he disapproves of Spock's decision but because, he realizes, he had hoped to spend the time with his son at his side at last—
And he feels relief, too, and that also surprises him. Spock will not have to lose yet another person.
Beautiful and very Sarek.
Spock reaches out to him but Sarek knows he will have time to talk to him tomorrow before the elders begin loading the transport. No one needs his presence tonight. It is a type of freedom, he thinks, that he would rather do without.
Again, your talent of saying so much with so few words.