|Reviews for Reboot|
| MisterCrown chapter 24 . 9/30
I felt to guilty to not write a comment after all your asking. Even if it is writing left four years ago. I quite enjoyed reading this though it went very deep into some political matters that I didn't care for.
Basically: Good story.
| MisterCrown chapter 14 . 9/30
"You suck, stop polluting my bandwidth."
| Guest chapter 24 . 1/24
I loved every chapter.
As a student of the timeperiod, I especially liked the take on vietnam.
It makes me wonder what I would do if I were magically made younger...
| pff chapter 24 . 1/18
interesting... very war focused.
| I read ur AN in chapter 14 . 6/17/2015
Chapter 14, lol
I like your story.
I love how smooth it is to read this story and the plot
| Guest chapter 24 . 4/26/2015
Enjoyed it. Good stuff.
| Flubglubblubadub chapter 24 . 4/18/2015
This is such a good and interesting story
I beleive it needs more love
I would 100% click the favorite button if I had an account
| Un.hippocampe chapter 17 . 11/16/2014
Hmm... I enjoy your story and the way it shows the Sixties, but Steven might have too much influence; even if the ideas he brings are better choices, I doubt people would allow themselves to be convinced as easily by a child. Suggestions: make a few of his ideas be rejected? buildup his credibility a little more?
| Un.hippocampe chapter 24 . 11/16/2014
Tiresome writing, as I just spent half a night reading your story! I had much fun reading it. Going back to younger years is a well-worn trope, but I like your use of it. What made it very interesting for me was that it shows a context that I did not knew well but wanted to know : the Sixties with the rise of Japan, electronics, etc. You made it much more interesting than either an essay on the subject or a young-again story.
Of course, it’s not perfect. Maybe it’s overly technical. This does bring the impression of a very bright whiz kid, but maybe it’s an overexposure. A little less would be better to my taste.
Nevertheless, thank you! I look forward reading you again.
| antiisocial chapter 24 . 10/21/2014
This is really well written, aside from the occasional typo. No biggy. With a little fleshing out and a little character redevelopment this could become an excellent start to an alternate history series. Ring of Fire anyone?. It looks like this was last updated about 2 years ago? I hope that's not right. Keep it coming man!
| Lady Katreina chapter 23 . 6/9/2014
Two years ago I read Reboot and commented on chapter 24; going back to my comment I have nothing to add except that even two years later it is still exciting, enjoyable and believable.
Keep it up.
| bullmoose chapter 14 . 3/10/2014
Sorry about not saying much g
Much too deep in your story.
But, you are right !
I should be thanking you.
| Gasportjoe chapter 1 . 12/17/2013
Interesting... as I read this I had a sense of the writings of Robert A. Heinlein (in his Future History series of books), with a touch of Arthur C Clarke, and a smattering of the intellect of Isaac Asimov. I honestly have not done much serious Sci-Fi in many years, as I have not been able to find authors who write in the style I like. Just from a brief sampling of your work, I am feeling I want to pull an “all-nighter” to get to the end of all chapters to see all that happens and how it ends! I definitely will be reading more of your work and making time to do so!
| Bikesoar chapter 14 . 7/24/2013
I've read this again good or better
| toolman61 chapter 21 . 6/25/2013
Parts of this story get so technical it almost puts me asleep. Also to believe all this takes place on a military
base and the so called evil doers of our own government doesn't find out, please,lol. This kid would be snatched up so quick it would make your head spin. This was the height of the cold war for cripes sake, we had so many spies out there we where even spying on our selves. Other than that i'm really enjoying this story.