Reviewer: Miss_Hermione_Granger
Date: 06/02/05 20:13
Chapter: The Swaying of Trees

WOW!!!!! The Cheering Charm idea was Awosome!!!! can't wait for next chapter!!! ummm.... lets see 10

Reviewer: Silver Apocalypse
Date: 05/07/05 17:22
Chapter: The Swaying of Trees

I'm highly surprised that no one else has reviewed this. This is so bloody brillant! Very well witten, good characterization, good flowing plot (even though this is only the first chappie)...I could go on. Leave it to Hermione to use a Cheering Charm! Know Harry's going to need moments of just plain fun. I'm not surprised he hasn't told Hermione and Ron of the Prophecy yet, it he ever will. He definitely needs no more heartache, that's for sure. Keep it up. I'll be here waiting for your next installment and know that you have at least ONE faithful reviewer and reader. 10/10 or maybe 20/10

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