|Reviews for Electric Pink Hand Grenade|
| I am anonymous chapter 13 . 3/1
That was perfect!
| Quintessential Queen of Hearts chapter 13 . 3/1
This is marvelous.
| d1x1lady chapter 13 . 1/18
You are so amazingly talented. Your writing is poetry and this story is exquisitely beautiful. Love it.
| The Jumble Book chapter 13 . 12/23/2013
A very nicely written fic! Enjoyable to read!
| Walabean chapter 13 . 12/10/2013
Another stunning piece! I cannot put into words how much I enjoy your writing, it is very moving. Thank you for writing this
| The Jumble Book chapter 4 . 12/7/2013
Very good so far! Will have to read some more!
| MyFirstistheFourth chapter 13 . 11/22/2013
Read this one your AO3 but not registered there so commenting here! :) REALLY enjoyed the story! The inner monlogues, the intimacy between them, etc...Wonderful! I am a migraine sufferer AND a nurse and I do not care one bit if you embellished the details! :-D It all fit so well within your story! I believe they call that poetic license! HAHAHA! Thank you so much for sharing!
| xx-Keks chapter 13 . 11/4/2013
| Louis1 chapter 13 . 10/9/2013
Hi again :-) I read this story in one rush during the last few days, it was kind of addicting. I had the feeling that the two protagonists somehow became very alive, they were not only images from the originals of the show. But they were the opposite of off-character! (as far as I know, since until now I only watched the first 2 episodes) I am impressed how much you seem to have investigated to write this story. I liked the synesthesia effects, though I lacked a lot of vocabulary there. Now I'll perceive the show differently ;-)
| GWBear chapter 12 . 10/3/2013
Great story. It was well written and well constructed. Thanks!
| Guest chapter 13 . 9/16/2013
Such a beautiful story
| SailOnSilvergirl chapter 13 . 9/3/2013
[It was instead about finding his place in a tainted, stained reality; the one where all his scabrous edges and sheltered hollows fit perfectly into a moment of space and time.] Perfectly Sherlock.
[passion's pyre] - good one!
[Sherlock woke with the words lingering in his mind like a wedding vow] - oh, good God, where do you find these treasures?
[John should have known that while he dithered over how to take the final step in their relationship, Sherlock would simply grab what he wanted with both hands.] - Oh, spot on!
Very skillful how you have been able to intertwine the migraine "case fic" wrap up with the evolving character development between John and Sherlock.
And again, the pull back from over-sentimentality, yet showing us the depth of emotions in both men.
Thank you for your great prose, great story lines, wonderfully long chapters, and full satisfying fics.
| SailOnSilvergirl chapter 12 . 9/3/2013
[John wanted to offer succour and asked for nothing in return. He merely seemed to take pleasure in being the one person Sherlock permitted to see him like this: human after all.]-Again, lovely.
Great having Sherlock be romantic and analytical at the same time!
'Whole sentences, John,' -Hilarious!
['Who I choose to need.'] Oh lordy!
| SailOnSilvergirl chapter 9 . 9/3/2013
Lovely character moments concerning John holding Sherlock's hand, and again later when he goes for the MIR.
She was interested in his parts, not the sum of them. - that sums Patel up in a nutshell. Great phrasing.
Re: Sherlock's pants. Nice use of humour to dissipate some of the tension.
[She would not be able to tell what made him laugh or stirred up that beautiful, white-light moment of epiphany.]-"Gorgous"
You have a knack for handling the tender scenes with restraint, never having Sherlock be overly sentimental, while allowing us full access to John's emotions.
Fabulous scene between Mycroft and John, filled with substance, nuance, and history. Wow.
| SailOnSilvergirl chapter 8 . 9/1/2013
Beautifully phrased: ...laying out all the facts as if he knew what treasures they were to Sherlock's tattered mind. 'A convulsive fit.
Watching Mycroft come unhinged-as subtle as it was-was wonderfully written, as is the sense of helplessness that John feels. You realistically convey the scary tonic/clonic, and then the unnerving postictal phase. Brilliant moment of John putting himself lower and submissive. The amount of detail in your writing is fabulous.
[...dropping his hand from where it was still clenched against his chest to lie, palm up and waiting for John's grasp...] - wow.
I'm enjoying how multi-layered Mycroft is here.