|Reviews for The Edge Of Brief Insanity|
| JoTracy123 chapter 7 . 3/16/2012
trust Scott lol
| JoTracy123 chapter 6 . 3/16/2012
that chapter was really funny. loved the way Tin-Tin reined Scott's coffee twice you just made me laugh at that one great job x
| JoTracy123 chapter 3 . 3/16/2012
ok so loving this story, liked how Alan and Scott were wrote xx
| JoTracy123 chapter 1 . 3/4/2012
ok why did i not see this story before. but anyway this was really good plus i loved Scott and Virgil going after her. well done x
| Rachel chapter 16 . 12/25/2011
I love this story, I never thought Alan was good enough for TinTin. Would have loved to have seen the boys reactions to the relationship though. I will definitely be reading some of your other stuff.
| Louise Hargadon chapter 16 . 9/18/2010
I thought I'd best finally read this!
Despite my internet being down for ages, my curiosity over this story did get the better of me today so I've just read the lot on my phone. It was sooo worth it! It's honestly great, I love it. It's so well-written and parts of it made me laugh out loud a lot, I had to stop reading for a while at Gordon sighing at Angie the babe from 500 fathoms cos I was giggling too much. Genius!
| mcj chapter 16 . 9/17/2010
Time I made an effort to commend you on your first fic on this site. To submit a fic for the first tme is very humbling let alone daunting. Good on you and well done.
I have to admit I am one of lucky ones. I actually got to see (and prefer) your first draft. My personal observation that is all. It by no means detracts from the fine work you have submitted and it is not a criticism of any kind. When I read your work for the first time, I remember contacting my friend Sam on TIWF and saying how impressed I was with your standard. I am very delighted that she concurred and about the prospect of the work that might follow. Well done!
If I had any other critique I would probably say - the Tin-Tin character seems a little too much atuned to Scott. It feels like a kind of worship. But all the great description and character interaction in the rest of the story more than makes up for that. Congratulations. A great first effort. I truly look forward to reading more of your stories.
yours in writing
| Cinn chapter 16 . 9/14/2010
Hm, why did I not discover this fic earlier?
It's a good fic, loved the way it all came together at the end and the detail of all the events leading upto it.
| Agent Nova chapter 16 . 9/6/2010
This story took my breath away! I knew from your other fics that I would be in for a treat with this one, but my God, I was simply bowled over! I am overwhelmed by the sheer magnificence of it - it’s a masterpiece! And I feel it’s almost beyond my capabilities to leave a review worthy enough...but I’ll give it a go...
Wow. Scott and Tin-Tin. This totally works! It’s rarely done. In fact, I‘ve only ever read one other fic that hints at a Scott/Tin-Tin pairing - but alas, the author never finished it. So to see something like this (that is complete, and of exceptional quality) is a breath of fresh air. You’ve written the pair of them like they were made for each other. You've made me believe that, you really have. There is nothing false about their developing relationship and feelings towards one another. You written it so that it happens naturally and over time - it’s not rushed. When Tin-Tin was going through all of her uncertainties, I was praying for a happy outcome. I was rooting for the both of them.
But I have do a confession to make...I’m jealous of Tin-Tin! Arrgh!
I felt as though I was falling in love with Scott, too. I actually had butterflies, and on more than one occasion, I’m sure I felt my knees quiver (just as well I was sitting down, eh). Whatever Tin-Tin felt, I felt. Whatever she went through, I went through. Whenever she and Scott...yeah, well, like I said, I got envious. But despite that, I was very happy for both of them, and I think it would be great if they got married and had kids someday (I’m not hinting at a sequel...honest!).
I couldn’t fault this story. Excellent description and wonderful characterisation - especially Tin-Tin. She’s normally a character who remains on the sidelines and is seldom ever centre-stage. And if she is, it’s usually when she’s paired with Alan (not that that‘s a bad thing - I‘ve done so myself). It’s great to see the others through her eyes - to be drawn into her mind as she focuses on each individual and how she regards them. I also love how you’ve written Scott. The add-on chapter at the end had me grinning from ear to ear. The way he studied and described Tin-Tin as she lay sleeping was ever so sweet. You have a fondness for Scott, don‘t you...? Yeah, I thought as much :) But then, let’s face it, who hasn’t? He’s gorgeous! Oh, and those dimples...
You have incredible talent, Teobi. I don’t think I could ever express just how much I adored this story. You’ve put your heart and soul into creating it, and it most definitely shows. I have had the time of my life reading this, and I will delight in doing so over and over again. Thank you so much for giving me the chance to indulge in what is possibly the best work of fiction I have ever read.
I’ve said this to you once before, but I’ll say it again...I’m so glad you write for Thunderbirds!
All the very best,