Review of chapter "Cookies, anyone?" from Vickzie
Review By [Vickzie
] • Date [18 Nov 11] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Cookies, anyone?" from serenityselena
awesome story ^_^
Review By [serenityselena
] • Date [18 Feb 11] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Cookies, anyone?" from collectivetears
honestly it looks like elizabeth manipulated the whole situation just to get willow into the labs to be tested on by rodney..i despise manipulation of any sort
Review By [collectivetears
] • Date [13 Sep 10] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Chapter One" from edward
Review By [edward
] • Date [5 Jul 10] • Rating [8 out of 10]
Review of chapter "Cookies, anyone?" from TwoBlackDragons
Update soon please!!!!!!!!!!!
Review By [TwoBlackDragons
] • Date [17 Nov 09] • Rating [10 out of 10]
Review of chapter "Cookies, anyone?" from apollo
Like your other stories, I really enjoyed this, and eagerly await the next installment. However, I was confused by two things that you might want to correct or explain.
-First, Cadman arrived on the Daedalus at he beginning of Season 2, and was not there for the first year.
-Second, in the final Chapter thus far, Ch. 9, the whole sequence of events after Willow turned McKay into a rat confused me. At first, Willow struck me as being far too guilty about turning McKay into a rat (as I would have thought a comment like 'Have you learned your lesson now?' or something of the kind would have been more appropriate) and almost dangerously so - wouldn't McKay's reaction to her guilt be to continue on as if nothing had happened, as she is (from his point of view) accepting all the blame herself, and saying that he did nothing wrong.
That being said, I'm very interested in learning more about Mu and Lemuria - if they come from real Mythology, as you seem to imply, I've never heard of them before - and was wondering if one of them is the city in the episode "The Tower"? I would also be interested in a further discussion of the info update thing that Atlantis was doing with the other cities.
Finally - is it just me, or could "The Adventures of Rodney the Rat" work really well as a standalone story (albeit in this universe)? I thought I was going to die twice from your A/N - the first from laughter as the statement itself was inherently funny, and the second from despair for not getting to see it.
Oh, and one more quick thing that applies to all your Atlantis fics - canon spellings for last names of Elizabeth, John, and Teyla, respectively, are Weir, Sheppard, and Emmagan. Gateworld has a good reference database if you are ever in doubt. But these relatively minor misspellings do not detract from the overall superb quality of your storylines.
Review By [apollo
] • Date [6 Aug 09] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Cookies, anyone?" from winnie
like the city's sense of humor. This has been a fun telling of the story and I have enjoyed it. Looking forward to more soon, please.
Review By [winnie
] • Date [24 Jun 09] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Cookies, anyone?" from RevDorothyL
I like this explanation for Willow suddenly cutting loose on Rodney, as well as the fact that Rodney has the grace to acknowledge his role in having pushed too hard, as well as his willingness to explore the possibility of being a bit more polite in his experiments with Atlantis herself.
Review By [RevDorothyL
] • Date [12 Jun 09] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Cookies, anyone?" from Bobboky
this story is very well done
Review By [Bobboky
] • Date [8 May 09] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Cookies, anyone?" from MarcusSLazarus
Putting aside the obvious continuity point that Laura Cadman only joined the expedition in the second season- it was mentioned in "Duet" (When she was temporarily stuck in Rodney's head) that she arrived with the second batch of recruits from the "Daedalus"-, this is rather interesting reading so far; the bond between Willow and Atlantis in particular is a rather interesting touch, and at least they now have access to some fully-charged- or at least not entirely empty- ZPMs if things get ugly.
Keep up the good work!
Review By [MarcusSLazarus
] • Date [22 Apr 09] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Cookies, anyone?" from FireFlash
Very nice. But I don't know what you mean when you say that this idea has been done a lot. I haven't seen a lot of Willow-on-Atlantis stories yet (at least none that are of respectable length). Anyway, I like what you've done with this story too. I am now unsure which of your stories I want to be updated next. :) Nice interaction with Will and Atlantis, and I look forward to more with Laura, whom I assume may develop into a friendship or even a romance. (Good OCs are a sign of a good author. ;) ) Good characterizations on the other Atlantis ppl too, especially Rodney. I like that you've got him starting to wise up. Of course, he may backslide, now that Will's agreed to some tests. hehe
Review By [FireFlash
] • Date [13 Jan 09] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Cookies, anyone?" from Keshkreature
hahaha, I like how McKay's loosening up
Should be interesting to see what Willow manages to do about cookies
Review By [Keshkreature
] • Date [7 Jan 09] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Cookies, anyone?" from Beth
Love it, update soon...please?
Review By [Beth
] • Date [2 Jan 09] • Rating [6 out of 10]
Review of chapter "Cookies, anyone?" from aelfwine
Please, Please! don't leave it there I want more! I look forward to willow interacting with the rest of the team and I would love a guest appearance from buffy or giles etc.
Review By [aelfwine
] • Date [27 Dec 08] • Rating [10 out of 10]
Review of chapter "I Will Not Turn People Into Rats" from NumberFive
Super-Willow? This seems less of a story about a Willow who is suffering from a major loss and is trying to rebuild her life in another way, and more like a 'wow, isn't Super Willow the Super bestest ever!'
And I'm sure, after Willow's experiences with Amy, that she'd be just rushing to turn a person into a rat.
Seriously though, Rodney's characterisation is a bit off. That whole bit about the who's best at computers, Rodney wouldn't have 'OMG, squee, you're so great' at her, he would would have stammered something out, then run off and updated his skills until he was better yet. Also, I can't even believe Willow would say something like that, It's not her nature to be boastful for the sake of being boastful. To be honest, I would have thought that Rodney would have been one of her childhood idols.
Weir is a bit too quick to believe whatever Willow says, and also too quick to disregard the advice of people she's known for a lot longer, which is against her nature.
In all, while I would have liked to enjoy this, I found the characters too out-of-character for my tastes, but you've received a lot of good reviews, and I hope you finish this. Now I'm going to give your other story a try :)
Review By [NumberFive
] • Date [27 Dec 08] • Not Rated