|Reviews for The Science of Friendship|
| Mistress of Potions chapter 68 . 2/8
I wish they would do a Season 5 of Sherlock, partly so you would have inspiration for more of this.
| Guest chapter 68 . 1/21/2017
| Guest chapter 68 . 1/20/2017
Interesting and nicely done...
| sevenpercent chapter 68 . 1/21/2017
this is the best series 4 story I have read so far- and I suspect it will remain so for months to come. It captures the heart of the final problem, and demonstrates so effectively the journey that Sherlock has made from troubled child to the man he is today. Bravo!
| patemalah21 chapter 68 . 1/20/2017
Wow! I love this.
| GarnetMonsoon chapter 67 . 10/14/2016
I found a lot of this really interesting. Before reading a lot of what you've written for Mycroft, I hadn't really much considered the extent of his affection for Sherlock. I guess I've held a wary opinion of him since the first episode. When he offered John money to spy on Sherlock, I kept thinking, "What kind of 'caring' brother would have no issue with his younger brother living with a guy who would sell him out for money? Isn't he worried about Sherlock's safety? Even if John accepts his offer, what if someone else were to offer more later? He must not be too worried."
Of course, after the last episode, I started to rethink that. To think that Mycroft still sees a little boy when he looks at Sherlock! I'm the youngest of my siblings, so I guess I wouldn't have considered it. Though now that I think about it, I'm sure my oldest brother probably looks at me the same way. It makes a little more sense when I think of it that way, the stuff Mycroft has done. Though I still am confused about that first meeting with John, and what was going through Mycroft's head at the time. I actually am a bit more interested in Mycroft's character now. I wonder what he really thinks.
Anyway, you have a real way with words, particularly the more sorrowful stuff. I don't know if you plan on updating this any more, but I'll definitely give it a read if you do.
| GarnetMonsoon chapter 33 . 10/13/2016
I'm reading through your story here, and I just have to leave a comment on this particular chapter.
Because DAMN that last line. That's amazing. Possibly the most profound thing I've read all year. Nice job! Now I'm going to go read the rest of this. I'll leave a review when I've finished.
| bloome chapter 34 . 5/8/2016
IM NOT CRYING YOURE CRYING
| bloome chapter 14 . 5/8/2016
What is rather strange (not bad strange, good strange) is that, if you take out the 4th paragraph, this letter fits nearly exactly with an OC of mine.
In other news, this whole thing is fabulous and I love it.
| Lilybud chapter 67 . 2/3/2016
I really adored this chapter, how it branched out into a short story. As always, you depicted the love, the emotions, with actions rather than words, and it adds a sincerity that puts any doubts of Mycroft's loyalty to rest. I love how you saw both characters grow over the years, and yet Mycroft was always the constant big brother. Absolutely beautiful!
| Lilybud chapter 58 . 2/3/2016
Second to last line-so true!
| Lilybud chapter 57 . 2/3/2016
Oh, why couldn't this be in the episode? Why, oh why, when it's so heart warming and sad and truthful all at once?
| Lilybud chapter 55 . 2/3/2016
...I knew that Sherlock would find a grotesque spin on things. Definitely didn't disappoint!
| Lilybud chapter 54 . 2/3/2016
Oh, so that's how he got his moustache. Clever!
| Lilybud chapter 53 . 2/3/2016
Nice take on Irene's background and view on Sherlock. Very believable!