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Gatchaman Fiction Archive :: Transmute!
Reviews For Transformation
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Reviewer: gatchamarie Signed starstarstarstarstar [Report This]
Date: 07/07/2011 10:22 AM Title: Introduction

This is what I call something worth waiting for, and you certainly didn't let me down, TJ!  Such a nice surprise which got me hooked up the minute I started reading, especially when I came to Jun's name as the first person and not Joe's!  The myriad of questions which instantly started filling my mind as to what would be the outcome of such a deviation were superbly answered by yourself, as I also know well that all the others would be on reading what comes next!  Just can't wait to read the continuation of this story! Great work and thanks a lot for a lovely read!

P.S.  Can't forget praising the lovely, sentimental smut, and all the emotions wonderfully conveyed to us throughout the whole story!



Author's Response: Ah, but there is more 'outcome' of this deviation than you might suspect... and that's coming in part 2. ;-)

Reviewer: Becky Rock Signed starstarstarstarstar [Report This]
Date: 07/06/2011 7:15 PM Title: Introduction

TJ, you have again outdone yourself. It's amazing how a 'what if' can get the mind going. Jun and Joe's pain are so real and well expressed. And the smut! Well worth waitng for! 

Author's Response:

Oh, of course, the smut... can't have a fic without smut...   But I know you were waiting for that, since I didn't put it in Birdscramble. ;-)

I agree, the 'what if' is interesting, especially as something like this (in this case, the 'what if' being that Jun was distracted and her bracelet was shot at Karokorum) can have much further-reaching effects than you first realize. 

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