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Name: lovey lunegood (Signed) · Date: 03/27/06 22:09 · For: The Inevitable
A few to many similarities to Star Wars III--Padeia=Padme, Death at childbirth after her stating that there is still good in him. The sandy haired friend asking where he is and then following her.

Author's Response: Actually you hit it on the nail and perhaps I need to re-write the explanation once more. These were written to go with our current story From Spark to Flame (also on this archive), which was conceived via a Fairy Tale challange. We chose to do a parallel of the Star Wars prequels...so all similarities are done on purpose. Again, sorry for any confusion.

Name: Vicus Riddle (Signed) · Date: 03/18/06 9:14 · For: Avada Kedavra
I enjoyed this fanfic a lot. Snape was well described (which is weird, because most stories can't capture what he's like in the books) I liked the way it was written and it got my attention from the start. Excellent story!!

Author's Response: Thank you so much for such a kind review. We so glad you enjoyed it, and hope you return to read the other parts. :D Snape really is a hit or miss character to write and it's really thrilling to know when people think you've gotten him right. ~Aeryn (of aerynfire)

Name: Tay Ravenlock (Signed) · Date: 12/14/05 19:11 · For: Avada Kedavra
I enjoyed the story very much! I was very well written and seemed to hook you into the sad and tragic story of my favorite charactor. Well Done!

Author's Response: Thank you so much! :D This was the result of a plot bunny that bit us and wouldn't let us go. If you are interested, the back story to this is currently being posted as well. Again thank you! ~Aeryn (of aerynfire)

Name: geelincoln (Signed) · Date: 09/13/05 23:43 · For: Avada Kedavra
Good story, i enjoyed it. I had been wondering what Dumbledore and Snape's relationship was like behind closed doors and why Albus had trusted Snape all these years.

Author's Response: Thank you so much! We're glad you enjoyed it! Yes, it's our little interpretation, but I think it would have had to have been a pretty darn good reason for him to trust Snape so. ~Aeryn (of aerynfire)

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