|Reviews for Artie|
| greatcactus chapter 16 . 3/5/2015
Deathstar present and correct sir. Where should we aim next?
| traverseda chapter 13 . 2/19/2015
Keep up the good work.
Any by that I mean type faster.
| greatcactus chapter 13 . 2/19/2015
Deathstar coming up.
| Coadie chapter 13 . 2/16/2015
Enjoyed this chapter, although I am concerned that there isn't a strong adversary yet. "You can't make Frodo a Jedi without giving Sauron the Death Star." Currently, a lot of Jedis, but I'm not seeing the Death Star. Based on the last line though, I'm guessing that is about to change?
| Guest chapter 10 . 2/9/2015
I take this to mean that Eloise is already insane and a tiny part of her is crying out for them to just kill her already.
| Guest chapter 3 . 2/8/2015
Cass is an AI, then? She's superhumanly smart and very secretive.
| EagleJarl chapter 4 . 2/8/2015
Ok, assuming that was Cassandra then maybe she's not an AI, but simply a super genius-although an upload is still possible. Still the way that she talked about her sister as, by implication, not Human, plus the sister's super-genius math proof, plus her super-genius vis despite not being known as a vis producer by one of the experts in the field who should be aware of other experts, plus the cyberspace/nanotechnology nature of the story gives me reasonable confidence in the sister being an AI.
| EagleJarl chapter 3 . 2/8/2015
Prediction: Cassandra and her sister are both AIs.
| Coadie chapter 12 . 2/8/2015
Followed the link from a comment in the HPMOR subreddit to your fanfiction, and then from your fanfiction to here. Enjoyable story so far, looking forward to the next instalments. Posted a link on the rational subreddit to your story.
| strangerathome chapter 12 . 2/9/2015
That was nice. I sure hope they don't suddenly go insane or die horribly. I always find that more drag than drama.
| SSG'R' Michael B Jackson chapter 1 . 1/6/2015
Excellent material; this grabbed me from the start, which is rare. It certainly reads like a professionally published SF story; do you have an editor, or are you just combing through it that meticulously? What's really refreshing is that the science side of "SF" is really strong here. No pseudo-scientific mumbo-jumbo, just, as promised, hard SF. I'm no professor, but I know enough real science to appreciate the real-world physics (even applying to the virtual world in the form of light speed lag) , mathematics (Fermat's last theorem!) and other disciplines used. I'm really enjoying this, and will add other reviews specific to the following chapters as I can.