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Review of chapter "Who's that Girl" from Gideon
Review:
Sad that people grow apart, but it is good that they still care for each other on some level. I wonder if the mystery girl is Cordelia herself and I wonder if whe is still alive or not. I hope she is!
Review By [Gideon] • Date [31 May 11] • Rating [7 out of 10]
Review of chapter "Who's that Girl" from lorwen
Review:
good story...
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Review By [lorwen] • Date [2 Jun 10] • Rating [10 out of 10]
Review of chapter "Who's that Girl" from LFW
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Great fic. I am really looking forward to where these are going and I do so hope for the sake of all that Cordelia is relatively okay. Thanks
Review By [LFW] • Date [28 Feb 10] • Rating [10 out of 10]
Review of chapter "Who's that Girl" from dreameralways
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So will this ultimately be a Xander/Cordelia? I hope so. It's strange, but the pairing really grows on you after a while.
Review By [dreameralways] • Date [21 Jan 10] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Who's that Girl" from (Current Donor)dogbertcarroll
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Excellent!
Review By [(Current Donor)dogbertcarroll] • Date [20 Jan 10] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Who's that Girl" from Geyer
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I've just read both this story and the first one. I like the way you've developed Xander's changing relationship with the other Scoobies and the way he's creating a new life for himself. I stuck with the comics through issue 25, but I wasn't happy with the way any of the characters, except possibly Giles and Faith, were being handled after a relatively promising start. What you're doing with Xander looks like it will be much more satisfying. The clown bit was fabulous. At least Booth didn't shoot this time.

I'm looking forward to the next story.
Review By [Geyer] • Date [19 Jan 10] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Who's that Girl" from superbrutal
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A very enjoyable chapter, I'm looking forward to reading more of your writings.
Review By [superbrutal] • Date [19 Jan 10] • Rating [10 out of 10]
Review of chapter "Who's that Girl" from Walegrin
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A good addition the the tale. I had completely forgotten that the plastic surgeon was played by the same actor as the Mayor.
Review By [Walegrin] • Date [18 Jan 10] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Who's that Girl" from LFW
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Great piece. I am surprised that Buffy could accept the truth so quickly; I am glad that she is maturing. And Xander has lots of luck, I hope that it is good luck for Cordelia. Looking forward to more. Thanks
Review By [LFW] • Date [18 Jan 10] • Rating [9 out of 10]
Review of chapter "Who's that Girl" from FireWolfe
Review:
Ok I hope there is more soon. A sequel is definitely needed.
Review By [FireWolfe] • Date [18 Jan 10] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Who's that Girl" from CPTSkip
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Excellent work. I really like your Xander and Booth. For a moment I did almost feel sorry for the clown, but then it passed. I have no freaking idea of what is really going on, but your story telling skills are very high so I'll continue to hang in there and am enjoying the ride. I look forward to more of your story and hopefully eventually finding out the answers to all the many questions that are building up. Lol! Yay for Cordy possibly being alive! But who is the mystery woman?
Review By [CPTSkip] • Date [18 Jan 10] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Who's that Girl" from Greywizard
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It's great to see this sequel show up, because I thought the first story was simply wonderful! And I absolutely LOVED the scene with clown!! Talk about male bonding. ;-)

Xander's separation from the new Council makes sense, given the circumstances you outlined in your previous story, especially when considering the emotional distancing from him and most of the other Scoobies both Buffy and Willow created during the last two seasons.

Also, given the current circumstances, I think that rather than referring to Willow as 'his best friend' as you have him do in this story, Xander would refer to her as 'this girl genius I grew up with' or something along those lines, since he's now chosen to go his own way separate from the Scoobies and has apparently severed his connections to his former friends. I say this because if he was still on good terms with the others, then he would have taken the body identified as Cordy's to Scotland and have the necessary tests done there. Willow's comments to Buffy and the others seem to also bear out this interpretation

Are Booth and his 'squints' going to continue to run into Xander in the future as he searches for Cordy and investigates what went on in L.A.? If so, then I think it would be quite amusing and interesting to see Buffy, Willow and Faith show up offering to help Xander figure out what's going on, have them run into Booth in the course of their interaction with Xander and initially believe him to be a sanshu'd Angel, as would having Booth meet up with Riley while trying to get more information on Xander. Having Hodges (a former conspiracy theorist) recognize one of the girls as reputed leaders/members of a mysterious international alleged terrorist group would also provide some laughs, if you want to go in that direction.

One minor nitpick - the new Council headquarters was based in Scotland, not England as you indicated here, although you can obviously have them have moved operations anywhere you want.

All in all, good work and I'm looking forward to seeing what you offer us next.
Comments from author:
Thanks for the review, I'm not 100% sure what other crossovers will occur or where. There will be more Bones stuff, that's a given. I caught the bit about Willow and agreed that Xander wouldn't refer to her that way, so it has been edited as has England; thanks for catching those. I've got a general idea about where this one goes, but I'm keeping my options open in case a bunny jumps on board. Thanks for the review.
Review By [Greywizard] • Date [18 Jan 10] • Not Rated
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