|Reviews for The First Week|
| beccaspad chapter 1 . 2/5/2015
olay, okay, trying not to cry, trying not to cry... but whyyyyyyy
| Frakking Toasters chapter 1 . 1/10/2014
My heart is breaking. But I love it. It's really good. xo
| Vivat Leah chapter 1 . 8/16/2012
It's a great story, but please continue it. I wan't to see Sammy get better. He deserves to be better, so please give them a happy ending, or at least a happier ending.
| skag trendy chapter 1 . 5/26/2012
And the heartbreak continues. Sam isn't the only victim here. Dean is probably suffering from some form of survivor's guilt, and feels utterly helpless, the poor guy.
Will our beloved boys get through this?
| lanternheart chapter 1 . 11/30/2011
I demand a sequal. Rawr.
| EUrsoBear chapter 1 . 10/22/2011
i LOVED this and hope that you will decide to write more, as it doesn't seem complete to me. this was only taking place in the first week, so it is not surprising that sam would still not be in good shape emotionally. I think that with time, however, he will be able to heal more with dean's help. I would love for you to write a sequel exploring that possibility :). oh, and you have such a great way of writing! I loved how you described dean finding it difficult to start conversations with sam as being akin to chewing on tinfoil.
| melitta4ever chapter 1 . 9/2/2011
but this is only the first week right? i mean who would expect him to be normal in a week, maybe except Dean.
and he already talked 4 syllabus already, right.
and, and... oh god! you gotta write on how he's getting better, please.
| parakeet chapter 1 . 8/9/2011
I don't why I did it but I read much more crap stuff can you churn out?None I hope.
| doyleshuny chapter 1 . 8/5/2011
That's not it is it? I mean Dean WILL help Sammy through this. I know from personal experience with my own little brother that it's beyond hard. It's this incredible pain that has to be overcome. I know Dean can help Sammy get through this. I love your writing. I always get all excited when I see you have new stories.
| DeadSoShh666 chapter 1 . 7/24/2011
Gosh, that was so amazing! I'm freakishly ecstatic to see you added to this and I would LOVE to see more continuations! You're an amazing writer and, while I believe you have the talent and capability of being a full-time, published author, I have to say I like you here on fanfiction better (however, if you are or will be a published author I want to know ASAP)!
This is great stuff, girl, and you gotta keep it going! Until next time! :D
| Twinchy chapter 1 . 7/19/2011
This is a superb follow-up to "Missing", no surprise Crazybeagle convinced you to post it here for all of us to 'enjoy' (well, you know what I mean).
The image of Dean driving as if anything was chasing them is nothing short of ingenious, Pixie. Because really, what happened to poor Sammy is haunting them all over the place... and will do so until Sam feels better, eventually.
Still, I don't agree on your comment about this not being hopeful. The end of the first scene with Sam finally speaking four syllables is improvement after all. And Dean will figure out a way of making his little brother feel safer again IMHO.
| monkeymuse chapter 1 . 7/19/2011
I love this as I love all your fica!
| supernaturaldh chapter 1 . 7/18/2011
Oh no...you can't stop it there. More please...please...please!
| Emmers224 chapter 1 . 7/18/2011
Ah haha! I'm so glad you're sparing me the suspense! I think possibly turning this into a verse is a marvelous idea. You have my support, rest assured. :)
Sounds like Sam has miles of healing to go. That kind of pain just doesnt go away over night. No matter how much older brothers try to make it so.
I dearly hope there will be more to come! I'm hooked and in for the long haul!
| ziggy.uk chapter 1 . 7/18/2011
Would love you to continue this as there is so much more to say about the aftermath of Sam's ordeal for both of them. This was heartrending as, until Sam stops shutting himself down, there is nothing Dean can really do to help him, physically yes but not emotionally. Attempting conversation is like chewing on tinfoil - that was so descriptive and I could actually feel what you meant. And loved the ending, them driving relentlessly, only stopping when they have to, trying to outrun something but not succeeding.
This was great you can feel both Sam and Dean's emotions so well, know the pain both are going through.