|Reviews for He Is, They Are|
| PipeDream chapter 10 . 4/3
I thought it was right to let you know that I DID feel satisfied by that ending, and that mostly because there was a thorough sense of "this is not the end, they've barely begin healing, but they're over the first hurdle and that's what matters"
It didn't feel like leaving off in the middle of anything persay because the way you've written this whole thing has enforced that we won't see the whole thing, it was always just a matter of seeing the first part and I didn't feel like that wasn't accomplished to the nines, so overall I am not only satisfied, but now make a new favourite Thunderbirds fic
| Guest chapter 9 . 3/23
Oh my GOD that was heartbreaking and heartwarming in one chapter
I'm seriously emotionally wrung out
| Guest chapter 8 . 3/21
I JUST GOT THE FAB BIT
I JUST GIT IT
FUCKIN A BUBBA
HOLY CRAP WHY DID THAT TAKE ME SO LONG TO REALISE, THAT SECTION DIDNT MAKE ANY SENSE TO ME FOR AGES IM SUCH AN IDIOT
| Guest chapter 7 . 3/21
Oh JESUS CHRIST
ALAN WOKE UP ALONE
GORDONS GIVING IN TO THE HELP
| Guest chapter 6 . 3/21
Damn that twist ending!
| Guest chapter 5 . 3/21
Oh the Danger Zone thing cracked me up SO HARD
| Guest chapter 4 . 3/21
| Guest chapter 3 . 3/21
There was is much in that to cry over...SO MUCH
| Guest chapter 2 . 3/21
Oh..here we go...
| Guest chapter 1 . 3/21
THAT WAS FLAMING AMAZING!
| Regality chapter 9 . 3/21
Every time he shut his eyes, he saw the five of them in Hell (or a close approximation of one). They were separated on five separate outcroppings of lava rock, close enough they could almost reach each other, but still too far to get to one another without falling to a really hot, painful death. He could hear Scott screaming at them all to hold on, that he'd get to them if they could only hold on a little longer, but Virgil could see what Scott couldn't, that John's head wasn't even attached anymore. You can't listen and guide if you don't have a head, you know? Gordon pressed flat against the rocks, trying desperately to get away from the fireballs flying at him every time Virgil tried to pull one lever or push a button or yank a wire to fix things and get them out of there. He only had to find the right sequence, but every time he found one that didn't hurt Gordon, the next one burned his brother even more. (Was there such a thing as hundredth degree burns?) And Alan, damn … The Hood stood over Alan, laughing, lording, blaming him for it all. If Mom hadn't saved him, Mom would have stopped Dad from ever becoming the man who built IR. None of this would have happened. But Virgil kept pulling the next wire and next knob and next doohickey because he had to fix it and get them out of there. If only the control panel in front of him wasn't so dirty, if only The Hood hadn't yanked out a nest of wires that could've been the ones that could fix it all …
YUP, that's nightmare-fuel for anyone, fictional characters unrelated to you or not
| PipeDream chapter 8 . 3/21
Good god I can't stop reading but I'm in literal pain half the time from all the ANGST
| PipeDream chapter 5 . 3/20
"It didn't hurt to remind himself one more time that they were home. They were safe. Gordon and Alan were right here, under his watchful eye. Nothing was going to happen to the little troublemakers again. Dad would be watching the rest of them, and Scott would catch any holes in the system. They were going to be so in each other's pockets, so cared for, that it would drive them all gloriously insane. It would be okay."
That right there broke the damn and I couldn't hold back genuine tears
And then Gordon rant at the end made it worse all over again...how do you keep trying with my heart like this? !
| MercurialDestiny chapter 5 . 3/20
"He'd make her gleam again, because he was never letting Alan back on board his machine thinking she looked dark again"
Good fucking god my heart can't take this. ..
| PipeDream chapter 4 . 3/20
OK I honest to god cried at parts of this
God bless your representations of these boys...