|Reviews for Operator|
| sunshine102897 chapter 18 . 11/16/2015
You gave me a fucking heart attack, I hope you realize. I literally broke down in tears on chapter 9 and the beginning of this chapter...almost killed me. Like threw my computer off my bed, fell over sideways, slowly tried to recompose my leaking eyes and shaking hands to finish off the chapter. Dear lord. I think I might actually be dead. Writing a review from beyond the grave. Crap I'm still shaking. But all is not lost. I think my neighbors might have heard me yell when Dean answered the phone, I had that much heart-shattering joy. Wow. Ouch. Lovely story. Deadly but amazing. Thank you for this story. And that last one I read. Freaking awesome. I shall tread with caution as I read through your stories. I mean I'm already dead, right? What's the worst that can happen.
| Vampyvii chapter 14 . 8/12/2015
Can just feel Sam's impatience to get to Dean- Very nice :)
| Vampyvii chapter 12 . 8/12/2015
Wonderful to see Ellen in this- I miss her!
| Vampyvii chapter 9 . 8/12/2015
Wow! Powerful stuff-
| Vampyvii chapter 7 . 8/12/2015
Wow! This "experiment" of propelling the story via phone conversations is pretty genius :) - Keeps one on the edge of her seat! Great story :)
| HistoryBuff101 chapter 7 . 11/23/2013
Doing a great job. I love how they're coming to their own conclusions and recognitions. But in Detroit, if you get stuck cause of a snowstorm and need to get to Alpena, its way quicker to just rent a car and drive there. It'll take 3 hrs, tops. While waiting for a flight would take way longer.
| HistoryBuff101 chapter 3 . 11/22/2013
Loving the story. Its great. You got everyone in here perfectly. And as a Detroit native, I love that its set in Michigan. I'm probably one of the few people reading this that actually knows where Alpena is.
| SaliHall chapter 18 . 8/16/2011
Okay, its 8:00p here in the states which means its oh gods thirty o'clock am there. You'll wake up to this...
I keep coming back to this story and reading the last chapter. All I can say is ... excellent. Seriously, I liked the entire story, but this last chapter resonated with me. Thanks.
| Monday the 14th chapter 18 . 7/25/2011
Good thing I read this in one go, I don't think I would have handled the suspense well.
Awesome story, thank you for sharing it with us!
| Miso Muchi chapter 18 . 7/20/2011
Oh, god! This was amazing!
| Zinfer chapter 18 . 7/16/2011
This was fantastic! I love ur experimentation of working around cellphone dialogue. Of course I woulda loved another chapter to conclude all of the build up, but it might been for the best
| Zinfer chapter 11 . 7/16/2011
Oh my gosh! This chapter was so beautiful and sad! I would b so mad at Sam for ignoring those calls if I didn't feel so darn sad for him T.T. This is such a moving fic
| Flo des bois chapter 18 . 7/14/2011
You scared me for a minute there! I thought John had made a deal or something but it doesn't seem possible as it doesn't coincide with the story timeline... Anyway, great story for a great author... ) Keep writing awesome stories!
| SuzSeb chapter 18 . 7/14/2011
Actually, if you wanted to include an epilog, you could include the inevitable phone call between Sam and Jess. Or John and Pastor Jim, John and Ellen. But if we're voting for sequels, I vote yes!
| dazz19 chapter 18 . 7/14/2011
I hate to admit this but I never take the time to review any of the wonderful stories I have read but this one almost demanded that I do so.
At first I was leery of your description of telling a story only through a series of phone calls but decided to give it a try since I also thoroughly enjoyed your last one "My Head in Their Hands". I loved it! I waited for every update to see where you were going with it and I was floored each and every time. Your characterization was spot on and I could see this whole scenario playing out in my mind.
I just wanted to write and let you know how much I enjoy your writing and am looking forward to future works. I do believe you have a gift for writing and encourage you to continue. As for English not being your native language your translations may occasionally be "off" but never to the point of unreadable. If something does not read right in my head I consider the source language and forgive. English grammar is very hard to translate sometimes.
Thank you for another great story and for keeping me happily entertained. Keep on writing.