Son of Spock, Son of Sarek

Firewolfe:

wow really good. I hope you write more on this.perhaps a sequal?

tappel:

Lovely story!

Heather:

Happy sigh. I liked this. It was very good and I think you captured everything perfectly. First, all the great humor: “Ha ha. Wait, I underestimated how funny you are, I have another laugh in me. Ha.” and “Yes, Doctor. I am well aware of it.” -- I can so hear Spock saying this! -- and "We’ve put in a double sized bunk.” He winked. The chief’s eyes bulged, but Spock merely nodded. -- I can just see the looks on their faces!!!!! And that McCoy gets the camera and has his heart stop over Ko-Kan leaning over Setik. Second, I like your interpretation of Uhura. It’s a lot like the books and not as much like the television show. She’s much more three-dimensional. But most of all, I like the tenderness and insight into Spock and Saavik as new parents. Such as Saavik saying in her speech, "How you can so inherently trust me.” That is a great line, especially b/c Saavik’s trust is so hard to earn. And as Spock and Saavik talk to McCoy about being the godfather: "Those few, simple words belayed how deep an ache losing Amanda caused." Amanda would have been overjoyed by all this. Sigh. I miss her. The whole section of Saavik and Spock's words to baby Setik made me teary-eyed. Great Job!

Marla:

I LOVED your story! Absolutely perfect! Great humor, true to the characters, it's warm and tender, and I loved the relationship of the new parents. You've always got good ideas, with an innate knack to capture them.

Saavant:

This is beautiful... joy and anxiety, and this clever little thread of humor woven throughout. I loved McCoy's line about underestimating how funny he thought Uhura was, and their escapade with the camera. I can just picture the giant sehlat looming over this tiny little baby...

Amy:

Just wanted to tell you how in awe I am of your fanfictions. Your characterizations are realistic and well thought out. I particularly enjoyed your Saavik/Spock story as Saavik is my favorite character. What other parts did I like? All of it ::grins::. Seriously I loved the Doc (he's also one of my favs); some of his comments were so amusing. I really enjoyed Sa/S interaction and the camera was so sweet but in a Vulcan way. ::paces impatiently:: when ya gonna write your other stories!!!!!!!! Can't wait for more of your work, how about a story leading up to VH or continuing this one?

Anonymous:

That was so sweet! Very enjoyable. Thanks.

Matt:

Great job on this. Tremendous character development and a well-crafted image that is often so hard to do in a short story.

Jalynrn:

Beautiful! Any mother would be moved by this wonderfully touching scene! Awesome job.

Polgara la Fae:

Another great one from you! thanks a lot. Really sweet- especially Setik's blue eyes. Wonderful job.

Kim:

I loved Son of Spock. Your writing draws the characters so well I can hear and see them while I read. Saavik's feelings of rejection, etc and her son's unconditional acceptance and love. The loyalty and devotion between Spock and Saavik, it's all there, and more.

Isis:

OMG!!!! That was awesome!!! Very sweet!!! Hey, have you written a fanfic about Spock's wedding??? Great Job!!!

Jenny:

This is just as beautiful every time I read it as the first time, Kerry!

Joanne:

I thought this was beautiful and very well written. With so much terrible fanfics out there, it is a real pleasure to read a good one. Keep 'em coming!

Alania:

Wow. I'm not usually a fan of the Spock/Saavik pairing, but this is *really* good. Kudos to you for keeping everyone in character! =^.^=

Nenya Culariel:

Wow, this is gorgeous and sweet and happy and funny.... I really like your depiction of Spock and Saavik and Setik as a family. There's both the famed Vulcan reserve and also the love, and somehow neither makes the other less apparent. And McCoy, wonderful fellow that he is, is in his element. I laughed out loud when he was jumping up and down yelling, "She's pregnant! She's pregnant!" and I liked his idea of a baby-present urge every seven years. Ahhh...this just gives me warm happy feelings!

T'Jara:

I'm usually not a fan of these kinda personal fics, but this one. Hilarious while very touching. Great work, a MUST READ for every fan of Vulcans...
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