i loved it it was awsome how remus remembers those times that were so precious to him
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Aw.... That was sad! But quite good. I'm horrible at reviewing... Poor Remus. I think you characterized him perfectly. I was also happy that it had Remus/Tonks-ish-ness in it! Um... lets see. i liked all of Remus's memories Remus's doubt about being good enough for Tonks made me go 'aw'. This was really good! Very well written. You got Remus's sadness, but didn't make it all drippy and make me want to throw up. It was great! You're a great writer!
~Emma the Toaster
Author's Response: Hehe! Thanks Emma! I had never actually written Remus before, but I imagined him being the last decent Marauder couldn't have been easy. *sigh* He can finally be at peace now. Oh, and I love the way you signed your name: Sirius will not die, indeed, for he lives on in our hearts! Thanks again for the review!
that was amazing...and so sad. i feel so bad for remus...its like he has been abandoned by all of his loved ones (the marauders). keep writing. i loved it.
Author's Response: Thank you for your review! I'm very happy you liked it!
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Remus is just one of those guys that when you write him, the angst just creeps in naturally. This was brilliant--so heart-wrenching and lovely! Remus has such insight, doesn't he? He was there when all the bad stuff happened and he is the bridge between the painful past and hopefully a happier future for Harry. You've captured that so well in this piece. I think so often about Oct. 31, 1981, and I must say, I adore how you've written it. They seem like they are waiting, that things have been foretold. If only they had know where Wormtail was, and what he was doing! Finally, I like that Remus hasn't given up hope on Peter. I often wonder if Harry saving Peter's life the night that Sirius was going to kill him will come back and be of some benefit to Harry. I suppose we'll see. Lovely story! I want to read more of your work.
Author's Response: Thank you so much for such a lovely review! I'm so happy that you understood what all of this was about! Remus being there when Harry's parents die but also him being there when Harry needs him. That was it. Thanks again!
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Author's Response: Thanks! Glad to see you're so enthusiastic about this whole thing! ;)
That was really, really well written, and we all know that Lady Wolfine is a stickler for grammer and spelling. However, this story--and usually I don't show much emotion-- made me cry. Simply fabulous!!
Author's Response: Thank you so much. You don't know what that means to me! Personally, I'm a very emotional person, which generally means I make my stories sad. I'm so happy you liked it!