|Reviews for Lonely at the Top|
| ArmoredSoul chapter 1 . 11/11
Geebus, I actually got kinda teary eyed there.
Megs might be the biggest, angriest jerk, being he's a living breathing thinking being. Really, it's about time the feelings came to bite him in the aft.
| Larisa chapter 1 . 3/20
Thank you for writing :)
| Hebi R chapter 1 . 1/20/2013
Anything that makes me think "poor Megatron needs a hug," even for a moment, is very impressive. Kudos!
| sesshyluhvr chapter 1 . 1/15/2013
| Bibliotecaria.D chapter 1 . 4/7/2012
The bizarre little details about who and what is picked up from Earth made my day.
| Sailor Pandabear chapter 1 . 12/24/2010
| the-spoon-of-doom chapter 1 . 10/4/2010
God I loved this, it was funny, entertaining and the idea was brilliant.
I can really see Megatron as a grouchy army sergeant, it really fits him, and I couldn't help feel sorry for him, a bit.
But yeah, awesome story and awesome characterisation!
| Peacewish chapter 1 . 10/3/2010
This was actually a pleasant read. I always like reading about the human (mechane?) side of the Decepticons, and you really played up the humor well. Like Frenzy sounding bored because he didn't have a gun in hand, and TC probably debating whether to participate or wander away in the name of innocence. And Starscream's 'daily insolence quota'. Crack me up.
I especially loved the bit about the Cons decorating the Nemesis with Earth tidbits. I don't care how mean they are, it's true that no conquering force can stay in the victim country for long without developing a taste for its finer things. The English went crazy for Indian tea and cotton. It stands to reason that the Cons would go for TV and hood ornaments. And I loved that the Constructicons like Renaissance art! (Bet they loved the Da Vinci Code)
| 9aza chapter 1 . 10/3/2010
This was very good. It allowed me to see Megatron in a different light. Plus the statement "Dr. Cox gone military" seriously made me giggle.