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I love this. I have read it so many times, and every time I catch new moments I didn't see before. I feel so dumb for asking this, but I kind of don't get the title. all of the other ones have significance, so I know this one must, but for the life of me I can not figure it out! Help!
Author's Response: Hee, no, fair enough, 42 is, in Douglas Adams' books, the answer to everything. It's a reference to them just fitting together so perfectly. Thanks!
I love this. The resonances in Bob and Spencer's relationship, the drumming stuff, the way you really show how deeply they care about each other. Beautiful story.
Author's Response: Thank you. When I wrote this they were this odd little couple that I imagined up mostly for the hell of it, and I fell so in love with them. So in love.
This! This is just...everything possibly good about fic. Beautifully characterised, perfectly paced - a gloriously long absorbing read. I enjoyed it so much - thank you.
Author's Response: Aw, thank you. This was how I truly fell in love with Spencer/Bob, it's nice when other people go there with me.
Ohhhh! I really liked this, I liked the entire series, really. I'm going back and re-reading it because I wanted to read long long quality bandfic, and this series always jumps to the top of my list.
I like the way they all work together, the supporting details. Now I'm just waiting to see if Patrick gets a story, because I think he should have one. I realize you were just writing the Panic peeps, but Patrick is lonely!
Author's Response: I'm glad the story provided you with what you were looking for. Patrick is actually with someone in this series, it's just a background pairing. Thanks, hon.