|Reviews for i close my eyes|
| AKs-on-show chapter 1 . 1/28/2012
Beautiful, as usual.
| The BadWolf chapter 1 . 11/17/2011
Brilliant. Just brilliant.
You know what...
It was Fantastic!
| An Author's Pen chapter 1 . 11/16/2011
It really helps if you know how each doctor died so I'll give a quick over view for the sake of clarity
1. First Doctor (William Hartnell): Frail and steadily growing weaker throughout The Tenth Planet, the Doctor collapses inside the TARDIS at the serial's end.
2. Second Doctor (Patrick Troughton): a forced "change in appearance" and exile to Earth by the Time Lords in the closing moments of The War Games
3. Third Doctor (Jon Pertwee): radiation poisoning from the Great One's cave of crystals on the planet Metabilis 3 at the end of Planet of the Spiders.
4. Fourth Doctor (Tom Baker): fell from the Pharos Project radio telescope in Logopolis during an altercation with the Master and was assisted in the regeneration by a mysterious "in-between" incarnation identified as "The Watcher".
5. Fifth Doctor (Peter Davison): spectrox toxaemia poisoning, contracted near the start of The Caves of Androzani. There wasn't enough antodote for both of them, so he gave it to his companion Peri.
6. Sixth Doctor (Colin Baker): suffered unspecified injuries when the Rani attacked the TARDIS and caused it to spin out of control and crash land at the start of Time and the Rani.
7. Seventh Doctor (Sylvester McCoy): died in San Francisco during exploratory heart surgery by a doctor unfamiliar with Time Lord physiology, after being hospitalised for non-life threatening gunshot wounds in the 1996 television movie
8. Eighth Doctor (Paul McGann): unknown cause of death.
9. Ninth Doctor (Christopher Eccleston): cellular degeneration caused by absorbing the energies of the time vortex from Rose Tyler, which she in turn had absorbed through the heart of the TARDIS in "The Parting of the Ways".
10. Tenth Doctor (David Tennant): radiation poisoning incurred while saving the life of Wilfred Mott in The End of Time.
| truthsetfree chapter 1 . 11/15/2011
Very well done.
He seems raw, confused, and completely out of sorts.
I think you've captured his transition well in this.
Innovative use of punctuation in "Everything is spinning out of c/o/nt\r/o\l." The slashes help the reader understand just how out of control he feels. Clearly, some alien intelligence or emotion or sense is not working as it should, which makes sense.
| madis hartte chapter 1 . 11/12/2011
| Abandoned Account1111111111111 chapter 1 . 11/11/2011
I really like this–it deserves more reviews. The shortness of it gives it that bittersweet twist of new and old, wanting to stay the same (-snigger- and balancing wanting to be ginger). This is fantastic, and I just wanted to let you know.