|Reviews for There Is In Fate No Justice|
| nothingcomestomind15 chapter 1 . 5/16/2011
Very interesting. Written well enough I wonder if the author simply chose to ignore the rule against ending a sentence in a preposition. While I'd agree there are times in which it's best to disregard the rule - very occasionally, it imposes awkwardness - I found the frequent disregard slightly distracting.
| Kittenmommy chapter 1 . 2/25/2011
Oh wow. This is amazing!
| silvr-dagger chapter 1 . 1/16/2011
This was beautifully written, and very sad. I disagree that T'Pring's actions in TOS were evil, but it's interesting that an alternative universe version of herself would think so, and it says a lot about the society that demands that forces women into that kind of situation and offers no other choices. And I kind of hate Spock for not letting her go. He's in full possession of his mental faculties, and has no excuse to be a bastard. Interesting, that in the universe where T'Pring makes the sympathetic choice, Spock makes the unsympathetic one. But either way, you definitely portray a complex dilema here.
| MizJoely chapter 1 . 7/7/2010
Nice character study. Well written and a great job making someone not very sympathetic into someone VERY sympathetic.
| sf.fangirl chapter 1 . 6/14/2010
Very, very, very good. The only slight problem is that I find it unlikely that Kirk had the power to authorize something so outside Star Fleet regs as to allow a civilian spouse to live on a starship. Other than that small bit, it was a lovely view of alternate possibilities.