Very well written. Really makes a person feel the atmosphere / mood. Amazing!
Heh, you know how I feel about your stories dearheart! I was searching through here looking for fics, and there you were! *nudges you to put up SK* Nice work as always!
Aww that was beautiful. I got a little teary when Lily first appeared - when she was begging him not to cry. She seemed so helpless and her heart must have been wrenching terribly to see her baby like that and to not be able to him! That's what made me get emotional. I think her little speech about how he must stay strong and do good, and remember that his parents always love him was a bit too long, though - it seemed to me to deaden the beautiful touching atmosphere you had created. But that's just my opinion. And a lovely touch having Harry remember it years and years later :) Nice work!
Author's Response: The narration was long because it would explain how Harry was able to remain haunted and yet somewhat unchanged throughout his stay with the Dursley's. A child growing up in that autmosphere his entire life would end up completely unbalanced and dark. Harry, for the most part when it comes to his relatives, isn't. Why? So, Lily's speech explained it. He simply did as was asked of him in his mother's final plea, and everything else she said effected him subconsciously. Beleive me, I put things in for a reason. But thanks for bringing this topic to light.
wow. That's all I can say, wow. Very emotional! I actually had tears in my eyes, honestly! Very good written!