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Reviewer: Miranda Fave Signed [Report This]
Date: 31 Jul 2012 14:59 Title: Lizards for Friends

Reads very much like one of the Data-centric episodes in TNG when Data would be put into an unusual alien situation that would make him explore some aspect of humanity. Good stuff.



Author's Response:

Those were always a bit of my favorite. Thank you!

Reviewer: Gildir Signed [Report This]
Date: 31 Jul 2012 11:14 Title: Lizards for Friends

Very nice! I always love how Data is funny without meaning to be, like many intelligent and emotionally reserved people. You certainly have a vivid imagination. ;-)

Of course, the story acquires added poignancy from what we know happens afterwards to the colony. At least Data will remember Filmond for a long time... :-(

Author's Response:

That certainly is one thing that I always enjoy about, say, Data and Spock: that they don't even mean to be funny. Thank you!

 

That is true. But Filmond would live on in Data's memory of his journals. :)

Reviewer: Lil black dog Signed [Report This]
Date: 28 Jul 2012 19:10 Title: Lizards for Friends

A wonderful, whimsical little piece that had me grinning throughout.  Bravo!



Author's Response:

I'm glad! Thank you!

Reviewer: jespah Signed [Report This]
Date: 11 Jul 2012 06:27 Title: Lizards for Friends

I enjoyed Data's obvious innocence and bewilderment about basic things such as the wearing of clothing. I think you captured him well.



Author's Response:

Thank you very much! In my opinion, his view of the world is an extremely interesting to take try and capture.

Reviewer: Ln X Signed [Report This]
Date: 10 Jul 2012 18:56 Title: Lizards for Friends

Lovely little story about Data, you capture his 'childhood' very well.

Author's Response:

Thankya! Data is my second favorite character, and it's always great to hear I've done him at least a little justice.

Reviewer: SLWalker Signed [Report This]
Date: 10 Jul 2012 16:49 Title: Lizards for Friends

What a sweet story. I love seeing how Data is as a 'child', and through the eyes of a child. Nicely done!

Author's Response:

I thought, 'what better way to see Data than through someone just as innocent?'. I'm glad you liked it!

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