Just In
for All The Things

7/27/2005 c1 25otahyoni
I'm gonna cry. Then I'm gonna devour the rest of your fics. LOVE your style!
11/20/2002 c1 rubykate
I read this at another site and loved it. (I believe it was Credit Dauphine, but I digress.) All I have to say is this left me all angsty - tight chest, burning eyes, achy throat - and there is nothing better in the world. Simply put, this is an amazing piece of fiction.

6/10/2002 c1 4Fanatic482
interesting concept enough that i may need to make a list of my own *smiles* wonderful story
5/30/2002 c1 40Karen T
Kat, you already know how I feel about this story, but allow me to add my adoration of it to all the others here. Love this for the Sydney angst, the Sydney not-truths list, and the wonderful flow of words. Thank you for a great post-ATY story.
5/30/2002 c1 5rwusydney
What a brilliantly written story. I am basically speechless and overcome by the poignancy of this story. Thank you.
5/29/2002 c1 42Celli
What did I love about this...? Besides everything. :)

The theme that hit me most with this fic is the concept of Syd defining herself by negatives. It's not just the "not pregnant"-it's liking a movie because of the part that's not real, and her first draft of "Everything I know" is empty, to "She thinks about him when she's not thinking about anything." The obvious and the no-so-much.

Really, really good story.
5/28/2002 c1 silgal7
Amazing. Really. I'm awed.


5/28/2002 c1 9Shade5
This was amazing, Kat. I loved it all, especially the list theme. You wonderfully described Sydney's thoughts and made a believable post-ATY scenario. Excellent!
5/28/2002 c1 Jenai

Thank you for coming back. Once again you've outdone yourself. Beatiful work as always. Hope to see more soon.
5/27/2002 c1 4Ewan's girl1
This story feels incredibly real, with all the little details included. My life's not nearly as confusing as Syd's, but I think I'd like to make a similar list right now... you're an inspiration. :)
5/26/2002 c1 77thedorkygirl
Kat, you did a spectacular job with the story. The way that you began and ended the story with the same idea - that she wasn't pregnant - was genius-inspired. I read this three times over (I always read everything I rev over, actually, but I wasn't sure if I wanted to rev it so I don't think it counts. Does it count?) and each time I found something else I liked it in. The little bit about Good Morning America may be my favorite part. For no real reason. I mean, gee, I'm Karen. I read alien porn, I am Cat's Virginal Sacrifice in Catism. (Farscape and Dark Angel references . . .am I confusing anyone here? LoL). I must leave before I forget why I am . . . :)

5/25/2002 c1 6Diana3

You know there was no way I could hate this. It's beautiful. Read it in my email, read it here... The details kicked with life, and the concept was stunning... This is fantastic, of course. Thankyou :)

5/25/2002 c1 8Valerina
Oh wow, that just hurt to read (in that good way!). A completely wonderful story with such vivid details that made my heart cry for Sydney. Awesome, simply awesome.
5/25/2002 c1 12laras-dice
Wonderful. I felt like I was floating through this as I read it. What I really loved: the details are extremely concrete (and perfect), but the feelings are so abstract...Thank you.
5/25/2002 c1 12phriendly11
you evilly talented bitch. The kind of talent that I would love to have, well, guess what, you did. This was awesome. Like, I can't even talk about how much I love it -beyond love, really- because I'll start using "colorful language" and offend people. So, I will save it for the CD review where I don't care about cuss words. Want to know the gist: you have mad talent. If I didn't love you I would hate you, and I probably hate you anyways, because you are so talented and I am a jealous type of person. I'm coming to your house on tuesday to just sit beside you and touch your pens, it is really that extreme of admiration. Thanks. Hil
22 Page 1 2 Next »

Twitter . Help . Sign Up . Cookies . Privacy . Terms of Service