Why is it written in present tense? In my opinion it would be realy better written in past;)
I like te idea of shooting the wrong brother:)
Go Sam! Get him! How dare he shoot Dean! LOL, why am I always so offended when Dean gets hurt, but I love putting him through similiar crap? XD
Wonderful story! Adding to my favorites! :D
I love the imagery of this story, how you describe the landscape and the heat, and the way you jump around between settings and in time, with the big punch right at the beginning.
So, Sammy doing a little "Winchester Justice". Enjoyed reading your story. Great whompage of Dean!
Wonderful story! It is a really interesting take on what could have happened with Gordon and I tihnk it works perfectly.
A tough story you got there, stating Gordon was coward enough to shoot someone in the back without warning; and I've got to admit I don't think he would, being a hunter in the first place and not an assessin.
Apart from that, I liked your changing perspectives between the characters (including Gordon) and the pacing. Yet, what really stood out IMHO was the way you wrote the scene setting. That was imaginative and made me feel the unbearable heat even though it's freezing cold outside and raining.
Thank you for the review! I guess I could see Gordon coming to a point where he would have done almost anything to get rid of Sam Winchester. Honestly, though, it was mostly just an excuse to get Dean shot. :)
Thank you for your kind words, particularly about the setting! I'm glad to know that it was effective.
Ooooh, I really liked it. The inner monologue for both Sam and Dean is spot on, especially when Dean starts musing about needing Sam to find him. And worried Sam was the icing on the cake. I always admire it when somebody manages to convey so many emotions in such a short story.
Sam's reaction to the doctor's good news was fantastic, and the ending, open as it was, was just great. Me liked.
Author's Response: Thank you very much! I'm glad you liked it.
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