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Review of chapter "Critical Review" from Fayari
Review:
The dumbass who wrote the review on the book of Xander's life should eat his hat.
Comments from author:
Aye, he knew not whereof he spoke. Nor ever will.

Still, does anyone believe that Xander wouldn’t have happily made a deliberate choice to remain unrecognized, in return for keeping (most of) the people he cared about alive? I think he’d call that a good bargain.
Review By [Fayari] • Date [6 Dec 11] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Critical Review" from Fayari
Review:
Of course the world won't recognize Xander's legacy as legitimate. Most of us are sheep.
Comments from author:
And then there’s the fact that most of what he did was in the background, and he strongly wanted to keep it that way.

But, thanks for the notice.
Review By [Fayari] • Date [16 Sep 11] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Critical Review" from (Recent Donor)DeepBlueJoy
Review:
That was funny!
Comments from author:
Thank you.
Review By [(Recent Donor)DeepBlueJoy] • Date [14 Jul 11] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Critical Review" from CrystalBlaze
Review:
Xander could.. no, WOULD have told the poor woman that this was going to happen.

Gioven just how easily Sunnydalers overlooked each other, it occurs to me that sunnydale syndrome was settling into their perceptions of one another, to ill effect.

Given that one girl turned completely invisible, how far fetched is that?

(Either that or the Council of her day did a Travers and wrote him off to deconstruct the Scooby Era..)
Comments from author:
It’s even possible that F.W. Pryce DID know what the critical reception would be, but chose to write her opus for the benefit of the tight-knit few who would know the truth behind it. Wouldn’t a tightly-researched work of this type be invaluable for those who knew, and remembered, some of the personalities depicted therein?

No knowing. But thanks for the recognition.
Review By [CrystalBlaze] • Date [13 Jul 11] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Critical Review" from darklyndsea
Review:
Oh, that was *good*.
Comments from author:
Thank you.
Review By [darklyndsea] • Date [13 Jul 11] • Rating [10 out of 10]
Review of chapter "Critical Review" from (Current Donor)dogbertcarroll
Review:
Somehow I can just see Xander laughing over this.
Comments from author:
I suspect he would be a lot more comfortable with the disdainful dismissal of his significance, than with his great-granddaughter’s meticulous listing of his achievements, activities, and importance.
Review By [(Current Donor)dogbertcarroll] • Date [12 Jul 11] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Critical Review" from JoshuaRichardson
Review:
I have no idea what to say. Poor Xander...
Comments from author:
Not at all. He WAS important. Whether or not he’s ever RECOGNIZED as important, matters quite a bit less.
Review By [JoshuaRichardson] • Date [12 Jul 11] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Critical Review" from Greywizard
Review:
Well, it's to be expected that history, too, would treat Xander much the same way most of his compatriots had done while he lived.

Nicely done.
Comments from author:
His compatriots may have been guilty of taking him for granted, but that’s different from assigning him no importance at all.

As for ‘nicely done’, thank you.
Review By [Greywizard] • Date [12 Jul 11] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Critical Review" from MarcusRowland
Review:
Nice to see this again. Looks like Xander just can't win...
Comments from author:
As we saw in “the Zeppo”, Xander counts it as winning even if (sometimes especially when) nobody knows he won.
Review By [MarcusRowland] • Date [12 Jul 11] • Not Rated
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