|Reviews for The Consequences of Caring|
| Guest chapter 5 . 7/23
Wow. That was great! I love how deeply you delved into John's subconscious in order to bring the main problems to the fore. I love how determined and eager Sherlock was to rid his new friend of his evils. And I of course loved their timeless friendship.
| greenteams chapter 1 . 2/18
This is so convincing and documentary! It's like reading a meta!
| AlaskanFan chapter 5 . 1/9
Fantastic! I'd give this two faves if would let me! Super story!
| Ckrmbfff chapter 5 . 10/25/2016
I enjoy your stories very much. I hope you've continued to write and that I can find you somewhere. Thank you.
| Ckrmbfff chapter 5 . 10/24/2016
Thank you for this. I thoroughly enjoyed every word of it.
| naja haje chapter 5 . 10/23/2015
I love your writing style. This fic made me smile.
| KathyG chapter 1 . 7/7/2015
There's just one thing that could use some explaining. In your Sherlock universe, Sherlock's been living at 221B Baker Street for some time, but in the series premiere, there are boxes of stuff scattered all over the living room that are waiting to be upacked. Would someone who's been living in a particular place for some time have a number of possessions still unpacked? Sometime, you might want to write a gapfiller explaining that, I'm thinking-if you're ever going to write Sherlock fanfiction again, that is.
| KathyG chapter 2 . 6/21/2015
I just love this story! I love the idea about Sherlock caring for John and trying to help him from the outset; at least, there is some evidence of that idea in the first episode, when Sherlock as good as admits that he forced John to run in order to cure his psychosomatic limp. I know it's been some time since you've last written a BBC Sherlock story, but I really hope that you'll write some more sometime.
Here's a plot bunny, if you ever decide to use it. How about a gapfiller based on the last scene of this chapter, in which Sherlock and John go to the rehabilitation center to pick up John's things after they have eaten? (In other stories, John's first home, before he becomes Sherlock's flatmate, is described as a bedsit; I'm assuming that in your Sherlock universe, the rehabilitation center has its own bedsits for its discharged soldiers.) Maybe you could describe what's going through Sherlock's mind as he's looking around the bedsit while John is gathering his things. What do you think? Would you be interested?
| QueenNaberrie chapter 5 . 2/3/2015
Very well thought out explanations. I loved all the behind-the-scenes conversations that were happening. It certaintly adds more depth to all the characters.
| Countess Hargreaves chapter 5 . 8/26/2014
I really enjoyed your story, it's great to see Sherlock care about John. And its plausible that he would be able to cure everything about John Thanks for sharing!
| TheVelvetRose 1120 chapter 5 . 8/21/2014
Loved this. well done :) I love how you write Sherlock and John. They're so in character! Good job.
| Guest chapter 5 . 7/28/2014
this was great! thanks for writing!
| seanaface chapter 1 . 6/5/2014
The last paragraph threw me...your timeline is tight so far but John hasn't met mycroft or killed the cabbie yet. Spent the next few paragrapgh being bothered about it so I came back to review. Other than that the story flows really well. Thank you for writing it!
| Obscured Angel chapter 5 . 2/8/2014
Thank you so much for writing and posting this story. It's appreciated.
| AmazingGrace36 chapter 5 . 1/27/2014
I thoroughly enjoy reading your work and love the stories that you bring to life.
Just one small comment: You go back and forth between saying Watson or Holmes and John or Sherlock. I find the inconsistency rather bothersome, and I personally find it near impossible to address either character by their last name. They've always been John and Sherlock in the series, and that's how I've always thought of them.