|Reviews for I Tried To Stop|
| HetaPastaH3ro chapter 22 . 2/28
Wow. In one day, Brian has at least tripled his family size. He has a son, a daughter-in-law, a grandson-in-law, a granddaughter, a great granddaughter, and a great great granddaughter. That is a great family right there. Good job with this and the rest of the trilogy. Is there any chance for some one shots of adventures with this group?
| SilverMoonGrimm chapter 22 . 2/13
Brilliant trilogy! Extremely well-written, spelling and grammer are good, and definately kept me hooked. You should keep writing, fanfiction or otherwise, because you're good.
I really love how you included Ian, Barbera, and Susan, as well as all the referrences to the Classic Whos. I was just wondering, though; to which regeneration would you consider it to do 'classic'? Most fans would say any before 'Rose', but I wasn't sure if you'd consider the ones with Sarah-Jane to be recent or not. Or even the other companions before that!
| margie-me chapter 22 . 1/30
This was beautifully done! A lovely conclusion, so great to see a happy Doctor, too! If you decide to write more in this vein the future, I would very much look forward to reading your compelling stories of our favorite Time Lord. Thank YOU so much!
| margie-me chapter 21 . 1/30
| Guest chapter 20 . 1/30
Most dynamic female friends! Susan couldn't be in better hands.
| Guest chapter 19 . 1/30
Well done! I was kind of afraid the Architect was going to bring down a harsh sentence on the Doctor, no matter what was presented during the Tribunal. This was great and had my head in a spin, just concidering all these friends and family from different points in time (wibbly-wobbly, timey-wimey) meeting one another! It just boggles!
| margie-me chapter 18 . 1/30
Susan! But, I suppose I wasn't a good guesser, because this took me by surprise. Hurrah for Susan!
| margie-me chapter 17 . 1/30
Well, then, That for the Architect! 'Nothing to my mind has changed.' Typical...
| margie-me chapter 16 . 1/30
Genesis of the Daleks was oh, a huge favorite of mine! The base personaity of the Doctor, his compassion and loyalty, just shone through there, even though he would often make himself seem a harmless, hapless, chatty buffoon at times, possessing endless energy, he really did care for all he met and tried to see all sides of people, human or not! Have I the right? he asked, and he certainly had the power, but he chose not to, even though that meant he had to confront the Daleks time and time again. Love the Doctor.
| margie-me chapter 14 . 1/30
Yes, yes - who is she? Now, I've seen maybe two of the series with Wlliam Hartnell's Doctor, one being The Aztecs, and another one about some cavemen, which I don't know the title of; then I've seen some episodes of Jon Pertwee's Doctor, including his final appearance in Planet of The Spiders, then all of Tom Baker's era onwards, which is to say, I can't begin to figure out who the old lady is, if she's not an oc. But this is a great read, anyway!
| margie-me chapter 12 . 1/30
Ian and Barbara! Wow! I mean, I never would've thought, actually. The Doctor certainly needs his friends.
| margie-me chapter 11 . 1/30
Who's Sarah Jane located to help? I can't seem to figure it out. Guess it's on to the next chapter, then.
| margie-me chapter 10 . 1/30
I figured the prisoner was the Doctor before you revealed it, but that the Warden was his first wife - no! Those horrible, heartless Daleks! Don't care for The Shadow Proclamation, either. I sure hope his friends can help him! And the thing is, how can they?
| margie-me chapter 9 . 1/28
Why do I think the prisoner was the Doctor?
| margie-me chapter 7 . 1/28
It feels like Martha's taking too much of a chance for me, I kind of have to side with Mickey the Idiot (who isn't anymore). Ah, and I thought it was the TARDIS keeping the Doctor from getting to Earth. Exciting!