This whole for the greater good thing is a very interesting thing to look at really, because it's the difference between killing and killing to save people. It's strange that television shows often put that in, as a source of entertainment, when it blurs the lines between right and wrong in such an interesting way. That's just occurred to me because in Charmed they say the greater good a lot and this story has really made me think about that in a different sort of way.
I really liked the short sentences, quick and snappy. It's like you can feel the adrenaline running through the body because the short sentences are like each burst of thought and feeling coming through, pushing between the feeling of excitement.
A very nice, well, maybe not nice in the usual sense of the word, one-shot.