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Name: DragonDi (Signed) · Date: 05/16/08 19:09 · For: Rage Against the Dying of the Light
Applause! Very nicely written, especially the last section. Amazing lines: "...Remus was holding dawn in the palm of his hand...[and Sirius said] 'You're letting dawn slip through your fingers...'"
Again, very good!


Name: iconxsurfer (Signed) · Date: 10/29/06 23:08 · For: Rage Against the Dying of the Light
i've said it before and i'll say it again.
i effing love you!
remus/sirius has to be one of my favorite pairings on EARTH. and you write it beautifully.


Name: iconxsurfer (Signed) · Date: 10/29/06 20:19 · For: Rage Against the Dying of the Light
i've said it before and i'll say it again.
i effing love you!
remus/sirius has to be one of my favorite pairings on EARTH. and you write it beautifully.


Name: makinmagic323 (Signed) · Date: 10/02/06 23:57 · For: Rage Against the Dying of the Light
did you get your title from a song by across between?

Author's Response: Uh...no. It's from a Dylan Thomas poem, Do Not Go Gentle Into That Good Night.


Name: FanFicFanatic12 (Signed) · Date: 08/07/06 22:07 · For: Rage Against the Dying of the Light
Remus and Sirius--always an interesting combination. Anyway, I loved the story, as I love all of your stories. I can't believe I missed one! I like the Potters' reactions when Sirius arrives.

I especially the little details in the story. You mention that Sirius still flinches every time Mrs. Potter touches him, and Sirius' quote "the brightest stars always burn out the fastest". It's the little things that make you stories fantastic. I don't even know how to tell you how much I love your writing! :-)

P.S. My favorite quote is the one you used for the summary.


Name: ronaldweasley (Signed) · Date: 06/15/06 16:53 · For: Rage Against the Dying of the Light
ooo...kay. its a...well, i know that id be really embarassed to be in the same room with sirius and remus. and remus is a bit OC, but otherwise its really good.


Name: Dory_the_Fishie (Signed) · Date: 10/31/05 17:40 · For: Rage Against the Dying of the Light
Ok so I'm not a S/R shipper at all, but I guess I just looked past it... everything was written beautifully. You had amazing descriptions and really got inside what the characters were feeling. It was wonderful! Thanks for a great read!


Name: Astrid Skywalker (Signed) · Date: 10/01/05 23:56 · For: Rage Against the Dying of the Light

Wow... this is... wow. I'm still reeling from a fantastic read. This was so beautifully written! Awesome job! I like the way you projected Sirius's angsty side and gave your readers an insight into his family. I've never read a fic like this before. You've certainly captured my attention. :)

I especially like these few lines. They all made me smile for several different reasons.

“Go ahead, you little snitch. See if I care,” Sirius shot back, closing the garden gate behind him. This is a fabulous characterization of Sirius. I love it. I can really imagine him doing this. You made his dark, rebellious nature really stand out throughout the story. Bravo.

Oh,” Sirius said simply, “that.” Lol! I laughed when I read this, although I also did a double-take while reading the lines preceding this. I'm not a R/S shipper, but I won't hold that against you. ;]

He was talented on the Quidditch Pitch and Transfiguration came easily to him, but when it came to comforting someone who hurt he just didn’t know what to do. This is an insight into James's character that I've never seen before. Nice touch!

. . they were made by the pull of the moon, the snapping of bones, and the fear that lived inside of Remus. Awesome descriptions! I think this is the best part of your writing style: your descriptions. You really paint the picture for the reader and draw us into your story with wonderful imagery.

And now, just one little nitpick: Go be a good lapdog and entertain Bella, she looks ready to kill With a comma after 'Bella', this becomes a run-on sentence. I'd go for '. . .entertain Bella; she looks ready to kill'.

A terrific read! Keep up the good work! ;]


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