|Reviews for Passing Years|
| badmelk chapter 5 . 10/16/2010
Wow! I'm speechless. Freakin awesome. Just wow.
| milkywaymidnight chapter 5 . 2/19/2008
I was hoping for more J/K in this, but I loved it! Sorry I had to pass by most of the 'we have to eat the dead' parts. It just made my stomach churn.*Shudder*. Hope to see more J/K fics from you in the future:)
I love that pairing and no one writes enough of it.
| jinj chapter 5 . 4/11/2007
Juh-ezus. That was great. Also, I was listening to Insane Clown Posse's 'Nothing's Left' during this and it added fantastically to the mood.
Really great fic. Sad, bitter and great.
| RingWarriorAzec2113 chapter 5 . 3/13/2007
OMg this is so sad. I never thought anything could break Janeway. Really good.
| eternity-99 chapter 5 . 9/25/2005
Long but good. Thank you for writing this.
| peacejaw chapter 5 . 8/5/2004
This is an intersting story... and while it's good to see an AU to 'Endgame', I'm fairly certain that Chakotay would not cheat (even via looking around) on a wife (whether it's with Seven, Janeway, or someone else). I'm also fairly certain that he would not be so careless in his job, especially when confronting Janeway on her depression (even if he was married to someone else). While things might not of worked out for Seven/Chakotay in the Star Trek Universe (see the books post Endgame), I can deffinantly see a solid friendship there. And maybe, given the right opportunities, a solid marriage. Then again, I do prefer a J/C... but that's just a preferance, right? ;)
Why can't a Chakotay/Seven relationship work? I've always wondered about that... I just wish that if it was going to happen, that we'd have seen more of this plot development long before the last Voyager season.
For that matter, why did it take so long for a P/T marriage? Since the Startrek writers were so intent on the marriage (which I think works), the marriage could have easily come ... say in the fourth or fifth season...
While I can also envision Janeway with a few possibilities (including Chakotay, Tuvok, Seven, B'Elanna, and *maybe* Tom Paris), I find it kind of difficult to comprehend a Janeway/Kim lover/marriage type of thing. For one thing, there is a major age difference (even more than Chakotay/Seven, in my opinion). Then again, you also warned about this situation arrising, so I applaud your efforts to write outside of the box.
I have to wonder, though, in your story, why did you have Janeway take all of her emotional frustrations out on Seven and/or Chakotay? To me, she doesn't seem the type of person to do that (but again, it's just an opinion). Just a thought to ponder, at least.
All in all, I'd have to say that I liked your story, despite my questions... and despite it being darker than most of the stories I've read around here.
| Polgaria chapter 5 . 6/20/2003
Dude- that was the most wicked fan fic EVER! I really loved how bitter the entire thing was, and then at the end, how it was triumphant, but still seemed to be tainted by the overlaying bitterness.
| Kirsty chapter 3 . 4/10/2002
wow, very dark but i loved it! i think it was beautifully written and you explored the different aspects of the characters in such a believable way. (looking forward to reading more of ur fic)
| Deborah Judge chapter 5 . 3/21/2002
Wow. This is amazing. The darkness is totally appropriate - it's what the series cheated us out of by making the end too easy. You transform the ending into something truly worthwhile, something that makes sense given everything they've gone through.
| Deborah Judge chapter 2 . 3/21/2002
This is quite compelling. Your characters are right on, and this pairing makes so much sense. And I agree with you, the age difference between Chacotay and Seven is QUITE disturbing, the age difference between Kim and Janeway sems somehow much less disturbing.
| Deborah Judge chapter 1 . 3/21/2002
Wow. This is amazing. I was so upset by the series finale, but it is something of a consolation to see what good fanfic authors can make of it.
| Mizvoy chapter 1 . 3/14/2002
Interesting story. Something like this must have happened to turn the Captain we know into the Admiral of "Endgame." You write really well. I'm enjoying all of your posted stories.
| B.L.A. the Mouse chapter 5 . 3/13/2002
Very, very dark, very depressing, but well done. You kept me on the edge of my seat the whole way through.
| pixie chapter 5 . 3/12/2002
This is really dark, but at somehow it makes Endgame plausible. I NEVER would have thought that Endgame could ever be plausible.