Reviews For Simplicity
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Reviewer: FalseBill Signed [Report This]
Date: 28 Sep 2013 20:52 Title: Chapter 1

Simplicity is the title and the beautiful simplicity of this piece shines through, I like how in less than ten paragraphs you sum up the value of simplicity is the assassin friend, how to relied on nothing but yourself.

How in those last three lines you’ve sum up the darkness of his revenge and how he kept going with a well-laid and simple plan to cripple each of the Constitution class ships and thus doom the Empire.

Interesting touch that Mirror Scott despite saying so little at the time seems to accept that killing Andy to keep his secrets was the end of his blackened soul.

Top notch work, as usual.

Author's Response: Thank you, very much.

Reviewer: TemplarSora Signed [Report This]
Date: 28 Sep 2013 16:38 Title: Chapter 1

That was awesome. So very in line with everything about your mirror Scott. Few words, actions only. Toothpicks. His bubble.

And yeah, insane bringing McCoy's role in his life to the front. We all know what he did to try and "help" Scotty, but he definitely drove the final nails in the coffin of the young man he had been. And for an assassin, the level of complexity for his whole plan is astonishing. Not just looking at it in this context, for that desire to be simple, but also in the context of...he did this alone. For thirty years, he was a one man conspiracy, laying the ground work for the destruction and murder of millions of people, hiding the tools in plain sight on the ships that he helped build.

I would love to just sit down one day and ask you how in the world you came up with the ideas you had for ESPG. This has been awesome all around.

Author's Response: I blogged about some of it on Ramblin'. But hey, anytime you'd like to chat about it, hit me up. I'll answer anything you want to know. Thank you so much for reading it.

Reviewer: Terilynn Signed Liked [Report This]
Date: 26 Jun 2009 01:49 Title: Chapter 1

Wow! What an amazing little tidbit of the foundation of the man who was neither villain nor hero. I could chew on these tales all the time Steff...just effing awesome.

Author's Response: He breaks my heart quite a bit, by the time it's all over and said and done. Simplicity and complexity aside. Thank you again! I'm just glad someone's reading these. ::chuckles::

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