|Reviews for Culatazo|
| dvd123 chapter 1 . 2/28/2013
Beautiful introspection. Just heart-wrenching. Even now, when I sit and think of all Ziva's been through, I want to cry. Thanks for sharing!
| Catmint chapter 1 . 11/7/2012
Powerful, heartbreaking, huge range of emotions, fantastic, and so, so sad at the end. You've done a magnificent job with this ans I'm sat here sniffling.
| Zivacentric chapter 1 . 7/21/2012
I just stumbled across this. While the ending is heartbreaking because .Ziva ... sigh. It is totally plausible to see things going just as you have written them here, and written them very well. Nice work.
| pirate-princess1 chapter 1 . 10/16/2010
AW! That's so sad! That Tony's thinking of her, and her father's thinking of her but not shedding a tear, but Tony's crying a river.
| Flygirl wannabe chapter 1 . 7/6/2010
Poetic and moving. Loved it.
| LtTanyaBoone chapter 1 . 6/25/2010
Oh my gosh. That was great. Amazingly beautiful, and the ending was so sad. Perfect description of how I think Eli and Tony would've reacted to finding out that Ziva is dead.
That last sentence almost had me in tears.
| petuniatc chapter 1 . 5/27/2010
OK, the last two summers I worried about Ziva being killed but not this year. This story fits Ziva and Tony last summer - very good. Now I have to go re-watch some of the early Ziva episodes (season 3 or 4) and find where she talked about not living to Gibbs's age (maybe during Kill Ari).
| Ink On Paper chapter 1 . 4/26/2010
Okay, so I most definitely teared up at that last part. . . .
This was absolutely beautiful. Totally and utterly beautiful.
And a resounding round of applause and standing ovation.
| Nemisses chapter 1 . 4/26/2010
Wauw, even in it's darkness I loved it. Really good.
| Mooncombo chapter 1 . 4/25/2010
Very well written. I'm sad about the ending, but well written none the less. Good job!
| Cricket Songs chapter 1 . 4/25/2010
Holy damn, that was really good.
I mean just altogether wonderful.
When you got to the last one, right from the start ("the last time she takes a bullet") of course I knew that she was going to be killed, but the memory right before it had been so nice and light that it was like a punch in the gut.
And I kept reading knowing she was going to die and still kind of hoping she wouldn't.
Loved the last sentence, too. Totally effective.