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Review of chapter "Goodbye, Mr Bond - Hello Peaches" from Harry
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Looks like Spike has got himself a new playmate. And he KNOWS her! Dawn has always had a thing for Spike, and now they will be together.
Review By [Harry] • Date [12 Sep 14] • Rating [10 out of 10]
Review of chapter "Live and Let Slay" from Harry
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Well, Baron Samedi's avatar has been disposed of once and for all. He will NOT be coming back again! Dawn is out and will probably be cured of being a vamp, since that was done by Magic, not a vampire bite. Now, its time to put Felix to rest once and for all.
Review By [Harry] • Date [12 Sep 14] • Rating [10 out of 10]
Review of chapter "Château de la Mort" from Harry
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Time to bring Anya, Tara and Willow into the fight. Something like this, you need backup. SERIOUS BACKUP! Maybe even see if you can get Spike in on it as well. Time, as a certain Wandererverse story that I am found of, To Call Out The Clan!
Review By [Harry] • Date [12 Sep 14] • Rating [10 out of 10]
Review of chapter "We Fight Monsters, Mr Bond" from Harry
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If we ARE dealing with a Zombie version of Mr. Big, its time to make some calls. Messing with someone like this is something that you are going to need some SERIOUS help with! Time to make this official for James, and time for Buffy and Giles to call QT for some extra help. This is NOT going to be your typical mission!
Review By [Harry] • Date [12 Sep 14] • Rating [10 out of 10]
Review of chapter "In The Eye of The Storm" from Harry
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Well James, you got to meet the Slayer and one of the two Witches. I know you don't like getting civilians involved in your work, but this time, you need them! And once you get to know them, M will contact the Council for authorization.
Review By [Harry] • Date [12 Sep 14] • Rating [10 out of 10]
Review of chapter "Minus Two Days" from Harry
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Something tells me that James will be hearing from a lot of sources regarding Buffy Summers. And once he does, it will hopefully make finding Felix a lot easier.
Review By [Harry] • Date [12 Sep 14] • Rating [10 out of 10]
Review of chapter "The Englander" from Harry
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*Starts humming James Bond theme* The name is Bond, James Bond. I would like a Vodka Martini, shaken, not stirred. Yes, THE best known secret agent is ON THE SCENE! And if Felix is in trouble, James WILL be there to help out his friend!!!
Review By [Harry] • Date [12 Sep 14] • Rating [10 out of 10]
Review of chapter "Goodbye, Mr Bond - Hello Peaches" from lucyferr
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Good ending!
Review By [lucyferr] • Date [23 Jul 10] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Live and Let Slay" from lucyferr
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Surprised that Buffy let Bond say the magic words if she was hiding in the shadows somewhere watching the buffybot
Review By [lucyferr] • Date [23 Jul 10] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Château de la Mort" from lucyferr
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oooh good twist with Dawn!
Review By [lucyferr] • Date [23 Jul 10] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "We Fight Monsters, Mr Bond" from lucyferr
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“See – mine’s ‘fleebernurdle’. Fleeber, that’s the modern German slang for ‘sewage’ and nurdle is the old Celtic word for ‘head’ and fleebernurdle means shi–”

lol

“You’re murdering those eggs. Come here.”
He ordered a fresh frying pan and set about preparing a perfect breakfast for three as the girls shared a curious look.

cool

“I got your info. 1630 Revello Drive. Address is bought and paid for. Owned by Buffy Anne Summers.”

Buffy's Slayer hearing can't hear this?

Willow flipped the table, blasted Bond’s chair apart under him and slammed him back into Giles’ desk. Bond experienced a moment of shock before he felt an unseen force throttle him and raise him to the ceiling.
He caught a glimpse of Willow’s blackening eyes before his vision went into patches of abstract colour. “I’m a Witch, Mr Bond, and this isn’t even a fraction of what I can do…and I’m one of the good guys. The people you’re up against here are more powerful and more dangerous than me.”

sweet!

She quickly put his gun back together as a peace offering.

hehe - good idea

They were alone again. “It’s really about psychology,” Bond explained. “Knowing how people think – especially the enemy – judging character and action. The most important thing is to notice every detail in all you see. But, truthfully, the Spy Game is mostly luck.”

hmmm good for him to admit that
Review By [lucyferr] • Date [23 Jul 10] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "In The Eye of The Storm" from lucyferr
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Good reading so far!
Review By [lucyferr] • Date [23 Jul 10] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Goodbye, Mr Bond - Hello Peaches" from Dapsy
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Okay,

it is a third part of this series that I did read today, it is late and my eyes are closing against my will... and all I can say is that the this part was damn fantastic... Cheers.
Review By [Dapsy] • Date [20 Jul 10] • Rating [10 out of 10]
Review of chapter "Goodbye, Mr Bond - Hello Peaches" from Dragonelf
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Excellent story.

::Starts reading the next story in the series::

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The universe is full of magical
things patiently waiting for our
wits to grow sharper.
- Eden Phillpotts
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Review By [Dragonelf] • Date [12 Aug 09] • Rating [8 out of 10]
Review of chapter "Goodbye, Mr Bond - Hello Peaches" from Dreamweaver
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Nah. That forgetting that so many people indulge in as far as good ol' Sunnyhell goes, is not symptomatic of the miasma that usually hangs around the place. It's the people themselves. A lot of people just don't react well to "rock my world" events. It's mostly one or the other (or a combination) of the following:

1. The not really open-minded / the truly close-minded.

2. Those that like their lives (more or less) rote/routine/status quo.

3. Those that compartmentalize their thoughts/minds and mysticism doesn't fit in.
Comments from author:
I don't make claim that the town creates the ignorance of the supernatural. I state that the events that occur in the town are ignored by those living there. I always do my homework and base my stories on facts not opinions. here is that homework:
Sunnydale Syndrome is, essentially, a social allegory for what psychoanalysts term “disavowal” on a cultural scale. Like “living in denial,” disavowal is a process where the mind unconsciously refuses to acknowledge something potentially traumatizing to the ego when confronted with it in reality — the very idea is instead “inconceivable” to the mind. This is closely related to the repressive nature of the Uncanny; that is, the “return of the repressed” is at once felt emotionally and yet also disavowed as irrational or impossible.
Review By [Dreamweaver] • Date [1 Aug 09] • Not Rated
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