|Reviews for Deep Waters|
| Freya922 chapter 1 . 8/24/2013
I love how this was set in the early days after John's death, and your exploration of each of the boys' struggles in that period. Fascinating case for them to take on, too. I love that they come to understand that John abandoned that hunt to come to them. You are terrific at illuminating the inner worlds of both Sam and Dean. This passage especially struck me:
But there were moments when his eyes were bare and the story of his life was held like a confession in their green depths. And Sam knew when his brother looked away that even a glimpse of Dean's eyes in this moment would level him.
| CrystalAlchemist chapter 1 . 8/16/2013
This was a great story! It makes me mad though because there are these recurring points where Dean wonders why he's still around and what the point of continuing is, and he seems completely oblivious to how much Sam still needs him around. Ack.
| JaniceC678 chapter 1 . 11/14/2012
Ah, what a great story! I love some just good old-fashioned hunt/casefic with great danger and action sequences and intriguing setting and plot and this fit the bill perfectly today. A side of angst and hurt!Dean just adds to the fun without overwhelming the story!
| KusajishiFukutaicho chapter 1 . 11/17/2011
What can I say? I remember reading this before...but when I got to the part where Sam almost drowns, I sulked. And closed this and missed out all the awesome going on at the back:P I'm childishXD
Maaaaan. Reading all these awesome Spn fics does nothing for my self-esteem...I think I should go back to my little corner and thinking about writing teen!Chesters...*nods*
| Slinky-and-the-BloodyWands chapter 1 . 8/27/2011
I stumbled upon this story and it was a most excellent read. Great work. Thanks for sharing it. I wish I could say more, but at the moment, I'm rather sleepy...Alas, an impatient Sand Man makes for poor reviews, lol.
| Konoha's White Fang chapter 1 . 6/7/2011
That was wow! I really liked this one. I don't know why but for some reason I feel like this one shot is very close to my heart. Amazing writing as always, great work keep it up.
Take care and have a great week.
| SimplyOut chapter 1 . 3/27/2011
I don't know where was I when you wrote this little gem but it was absolutely beautiful. I love how the story fit in between two episodes and the angst of the brothers in that period was portrayed greatly. Of course hurt!Dean is a sweet bonus too ;)
| CeCe Away chapter 1 . 12/20/2010
Close call for almost getting both boys drowned. I really liked out they figured out all the facts and then had the ghostly run ins. This felt like watching an episode.
| Heartless BytchhakaHelenBach1 chapter 1 . 11/14/2010
Dean lifted an eyebrow. "What are you, five?"
And as he watched, the eyes of the girl in the photo shifted, her head turning to follow, and they rested squarely on the shocked face of Miles Ramsey.
Ohhh! Shades of Pennywise! Creepy!
"Agent Kilroy," Dean said, his face set in bored seriousness. He tipped his head back toward Sam. "Agent Shaw.
Dude! Always with the Styx!
Dean reached in, grabbed the front of the girl's hooded sweatshirt and pulled her free from her watery coffin. As he did, her mangled face rolled toward him and for one brief moment he saw clear blue eyes, an unlined face, and a smile spreading in gratitude.
Oh God! The horror! The horror! I love it! Bring it!
*whimpers with delight*
I love horror as much as angst. Thank you for such a generous helping.
*nom nom nom*
He fished out a tape and stuck it in the deck,
Lemme guess what's playing. "Come Sail Away", right?
Thank you G, for the great story. It's always a great roadtrip with you. In this case a sea trip.
| DeanWinchesterFan1985 chapter 1 . 9/24/2010
I know it has been a really long time since I read and reviewed one of your stories - sorry life has been hiting me hard lately but I started this one last night and as usual had a hard time stopping so I finished it first thing this morning. Another wonderful story, I really enjoyed it - you always write the brothers well and I look forward to getting caught up on your other stories soon.
| T.L. Arens chapter 1 . 5/23/2010
I really like how you told a story of the boys, doing what they do rather than just cutting to the proverbial chase and writing moments. Rather than dishing out ice cream by itself, you fed us steak, taters and a salad with just enough ice cream to give the reader a well-rounded world in which we perceive more than one color (sorry for the mixed metaphor).
I really enjoy your work!
| Brenny chapter 1 . 5/15/2010
I admit I had this story in my alert account for a while now.
But those 21 something thounds words in one chapter always kept me from just starting, but well I finally did. And I'm kicking myself now that I didn't start earlier.
Wonderful job! and I hope to read more from you soon!
| Oceane2 chapter 1 . 2/18/2010
That was great. Some angst, hurt!Dean and a captivating hunt made this story so enjoyable to read. Terrific writing Gaelic, I'm looking forward to your next story.
| Edina Clouds chapter 1 . 2/16/2010
so pleased to see another Gaelic story to enjoy - and I certainly did. Lovely banter between the guys and Dean his usual stoic self - he comes across so well in your stories (he and Sam - and the Impala (grin))
Looking forward to your new stories
| JazzyIrish chapter 1 . 2/14/2010
Ah the simple times of Season 2 when the only thing Dean had to worry about was that he might have to kill his brother instead of worrying about possibly killing the whole world! ;)
Seriously, great story. This was such a hard time for both boys - each trying to deal with their father's death in their own way - Sam with guilt and wanting to talk it out, Dean with anger and acting out.
Love the opening focusing on the Impala since he had just gotten her rebuilt and back on the road recently. And yeah, he would love to drive across the country in her: "There was nothing on Earth as seductive and healing as driving the Impala." Dean was also pretty smart not to put her on the ferry. ;)
I enjoyed the hunt and how the boys put all the pieces of the puzzle together to figure out that Charlie was in the trunk of Brad's submerged car and that she was the one who wanted to be found and was seeking revenge on her killer's family.
Loved the scenes with Sam in the frigid water being rescued by his brother and then Dean getting pulled down by Charlie’s spirit. Dean’s dream of talking with his father really tugged at my heart because it showed how much he missed him, how much he wanted his father’s praise for a job well done. How sad. :(
The boys’ conversation at the end set us up for the visit to Mary’s grave and the next hunt. Nice job. The weariness of both boys really comes through in this story – especially for Dean who’s keeping a secret about his brother as well as trying to deal with his father’s death. But again I ask, how sad is it that this weight is so much lighter than what they are carrying now? Thanks for another fabulous story. Until next time…