|Reviews for Don't Touch Me|
| 3DPhantom chapter 13 . 8/7
Mycroft's bordering on total dick here: Kinda sad because I actually like Mycroft and this was grossly out of character for him. He knows that technically he and Sherlock are both freaks, and he's supposed to be the more level-headed one, so this really wasn't true to him at all. Just some constructive criticism.
The story is still really good though.
| 3DPhantom chapter 10 . 8/7
In America, we just shoot the bastards who have guns pointed at our loved ones. If you have a gu, and you're behind the dude, you SHOOT HIM! I'm surprised John the Army Man doesn't know this... It would have kept Sherlock from getting shot.
Loving the story so far.
| 3DPhantom chapter 3 . 8/6
Oh yeah, I'd be bloody giddy too if I were Sherlock. In fact, I'm pretty f-ing giddy just reading about it. Fantastic story so far! I'll review more as I read along, where I see fit.
| Nickylove chapter 23 . 10/10/2015
Please have more mycroft give him power in some kind for him self and have more brother love
| OUATWhoLock chapter 29 . 8/3/2015
Ahhh. So glad you have sequels up. I'm crying really hard. These last few chapters took a lot out of me. Its so sad. Agh. I can't take the angst.
To the next story!
| OUATWhoLock chapter 21 . 8/3/2015
Haha Mycroft has redeemed himself in this chapter.
| Avenelia Pendrake chapter 29 . 5/24/2015
Oh..my...;lzdxjkhjladfsnh;ads;lkadgsnhsadgkj;ladgs;lkjfsgf! *flails from the feels* This story is so...complete! I've read lots of one-shots that try out the idea of supernatural abilities in the Sherlock world, but the way you write how telepathy works in your story (especially being a longer story), it seems more real and fleshed out. I love that! You also keep everyone in character (although the Mystrade kind of threw me), which I love the most! You took this scenario to its natural conclusion, and I love that too: it feels natural. It doesn't feel forced or anything, it WORKS! John's and Moriarty's abilities, while terrifying and strange, aren't overpowered and they have believable limits. They also spring from circumstances that the characters themselves can't really explain and they had to figure out their limits on their own. There is no handbook or tradition they have to fall back on. I really like that. It saves a lot of lengthy exposition about their origins and limits. John and Sherlock's relationship feels natural (even though I'm not really a Johnlock shipper, I still enjoy reading it).
One thing that kind of disappointed me was something early-on. I waited to bring it up until I had finished reading to see how it impacted the story, which it didn't too much, so this feels a little nitpicky. When we join the story, we're dropped into John and Sherlock's lives several months after they met and only get introduced to the strange side-effects of Sherlock's proximity to John's telepathy through a short little reminiscing. I would've loved to read their first meeting and John discovering these little quirks and reflecting on them. We still see what decisions John made and the story goes on. But me personally, I would've liked to hear John's thoughts that led up to those decisions.
I believe I saw a sequel and I'm heading there right now! Great work! Keep it up!
| Mari Wollsch chapter 29 . 4/3/2015
| smile chapter 2 . 3/15/2015
This plot is quite interesting already, and I always love it when John is more than he seems! The only thing really holding me back is the execution, but I'm sure it will get better as I continue to read. I noticed that you're using present tense throughout (which is fine albeit a little awkward), but sometimes the verb tenses shift. You also use basically the same format of subject verb, which can become tedious. Not that I'm not enjoying the story, just that I think there could be some improvements to make it even more epic! Thanks! :)
| GoldenEyes chapter 29 . 12/10/2014
Wonderful! Fantastic! I love how detailed and emotion filled this is! It's a fantastic read and a new favorite! I can't wait to read the sequel! And the ending, oh, heartwretching! It's perfect and how I can see a reverse Reichenbach going. You did a beautiful job for this piece. It's filled to the brim with ups and downs. Thank you for sharing it. I wish you great and happy wishes! :-D
| jWatson-Holmes chapter 2 . 8/8/2014
You are amazing there is no words needed. :D
| jWatson-Holmes chapter 1 . 8/8/2014
I love you, this story and forever more.
I have no idea what I am babbling about. c:
| Guest chapter 26 . 6/6/2014
I had to break from my reading to say yes ! Very intense !
| Swimmergirl chapter 29 . 5/5/2014
So, um, I hate you. In a good way, but with a deep and fiery passion born of over 100k of tears and angst. Thanks a lot. I read this even though it was slash. That alone should tell you the merit of this story. I don't think I have ever read a slash story that had more than a spur of the moment, last chapter, fling that could be skipped or ignored. So congratulations.
| Hannah Lynn McDonald chapter 3 . 5/3/2014
Although, he should have known #10 would never have lasted.