|Reviews for Vulcan Side, Human Side|
| K chapter 13 . 2/18
Slow is better than not at all. I was so hoping you would eventually return to this. Thank you!
| Guest chapter 13 . 12/22/2014
Good story I like it and think you should add another chapter or chapters.
| PSW chapter 13 . 12/3/2014
Wow, so many things to think about in this chapter! The difficulty of facing your own weaknesses and contemplating what you are able to do about them, the importance of having someone to talk these things over with... Very good chapter!
I am very much enjoying this story, and hope you are able to continue w it. I also know how difficult that can be - sometimes it just doesn't want to happen. :-P No worries about taking your time, I'll mark it to pop up in my inbox just whenever the next chapter comes. Thank you for writing!
| PSW chapter 12 . 12/2/2014
Amazing chapter... Very Duane-esque. ;-)
| PSW chapter 11 . 12/2/2014
A S'harien blade! :-)
Wonderful chapter, your descriptions were so fabulous. I could see it all in my head, such an ancient, proud house...
| PSW chapter 10 . 12/2/2014
Poor Spock. Everyone has their own separateness, agreed - however, it seems like his was exacerbated by a few key people that should have been closer to him. T'Pring may be at least understandable, but what's up w Sarek? Wonder what was behind his decision not to meld w Spock? Perhaps this will help him to grow stronger in the end, but surely no fun while it's happening (even for a Vulcan)...
I remember reading about the sister planet, too. I also liked the whole explanation of passing the memories down through the melds so that the children wouldn't forget the reasons for their dedication to logic.
Well done, as always! :-)
| PSW chapter 9 . 12/2/2014
Ah, I love Diane Duane's work, too! Very interesting chapter, it was interesting to hear about a house other than Surak's, and a little general Vulcan background. Thanks for writing!
| PSW chapter 8 . 12/1/2014
That bond to T'Pring is just a problem no netter how you look at it...
| PSW chapter 7 . 11/30/2014
Oh no! He fell asleep...hopefully that not going to be embarrassing for him (not that he would admit it :-P).
Very interesting chapter, which offered much to consider. I loved the whole Native American discussion. Two bits in particular of their discussion stood out for me - about our separateness, and about the Raven.
You create an intriguing, thought-provoking story. Thank you for your effort...
| PSW chapter 6 . 11/30/2014
You know... I often wish that we had little spots built in around our towns/workplaces/etc where we could go to pray or meditate or sit in silence or whatever is your particular thing. I think it might be very helpful for very many...
| PSW chapter 5 . 11/30/2014
Very interesting discussion between the two - I look forward to seeing what the next chapters hold. Thanks for writing!
| PSW chapter 4 . 11/30/2014
Healer training - interesting choice. It will also be interesting to see how these two get along, they are coming at (almost) the same thing from two completely different directions. I suspect there will be conflict :-P, but hopefully they can learn to draw from each other's strengths. Becoming an integrated person is difficult even without being from two different planets... :-)
| PSW chapter 3 . 11/30/2014
Good introduction for Spock, very well written as usual. Thanks for writing!
| PSW chapter 2 . 11/30/2014
So, it seems that growing up on Earth, as (mostly) human, has made her a little more adaptable. Interesting theory - and it makes sense, really. I'm enjoying, thanks for writing!
| T'Nee chapter 1 . 11/29/2014
Wonderful story! I am enjoying it greatly so far and hope you update soon.