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7/5/2019 c3 73hellomynameisv
That was such an interesting take on things, the real motives for Reid's actions. I never thought of it that way. Great work.
8/1/2018 c3 3Kawisdom
You did a good job filling in the motives behind half a dozen trained observers overlooking Reid's condition after the Henkel case. His own thoughts and use of misdirection were so logical and believable that I'm amazed it never occurred to me. Of course he had to hide his mother's condition in order to continue looking after her. The notion that Reid would incite bullying and take a beating is no different from his adult behavior, he does that very thing more than once on cases.
Impressive insight into the characters.
2/21/2018 c3 119Rookblonkorules
This is incredible! There's such a level of depth to the feelings and you go far beyond what the show dared to show us and just... there's so much here, I don't even know how to begin addressing it, but my heart is aching for Reid. You've essentially rendered me speechless here. This is great work!
2/21/2018 c1 Rookblonkorules
Oh my gosh! I'm pretty sure my jaw just dropped. That was poignant and beautiful! Truly an amazing piece of work. I am DEFINITELY reading the next two chapters.
7/15/2017 c3 spygoose
That was lovely! I look forward to reading more of your work!
7/15/2017 c1 spygoose
Just finding this, it's very good. I imagine this is precisely how he felt and what he imagined was going on with his "family." I hope they prove him wrong. Love your style with this.
7/3/2017 c3 34TheBlackForest
I freaking loved this!
7/3/2017 c3 14snowdrop65
I'm a sucker for happy endings, as wellmust be all those disney movies I watched as a kid. I loved this story. The detail you went into was truly astounding and, even though I know as much about withdrawal as you, perhaps less, but you handled it pretty well, I my opinion.
7/3/2017 c2 snowdrop65
I agree with everything you said. When Reid had headachesthey were like, "Are you okay?" and when Reid would say "I'm fine" they would dismiss it, like they were in fact playing that game. People who profile people for a living should recognise when a friend of theirs is hurting, and even when they can't do anything to fix it, they should at least try to comfort him, or something. But still, Reid is a lot stronger than he thinks. I thoroughly enjoy this story.
7/2/2017 c3 110aMUSEment345
I enjoyed this story from start to finish. Thanks for sharing your talent, and your point of view. Looking forward to seeing more from you!
6/30/2017 c2 aMUSEment345
This is a treat-I really, really love your style, and your use of metaphor. The dream sequence was haunting, and so aptly symbolic of what was going on at that time. Like you, I've always thought that exchange with Gideon at the end of 'Jones' was odd and not at all conclusive. Really looking forward to the final chapter. And I love the different types and themes of 'misdirection' throughout-brilliant, and tragic, tie to Reid's love of magic.
6/30/2017 c2 38Womenreligiousfan
Very deep. Looking forward to more.
6/30/2017 c1 Womenreligiousfan
That was pretty good. Looking forward to reading the next chapter.
6/26/2017 c1 14snowdrop65
Oh well, at least you're not spelling it "Reed". I enjoyed this chapter. I love reading into other people's interpretation of Revelations, becase I also feel that the show didn't give into the story as much. It is easily one of the worst things to have happened to Reid and the writers passed it off only as addiction and nothing else. I think it would have been interesting to see more of how he handled it from his perspective, similar to the scenes after Maeve's death.
6/26/2017 c1 Daisy312
I love it! looking forward to the next chapter!
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