Reviewer: Ginny Weasley Potter
Date: 06/07/08 13:11
Chapter: Gone, But Never Forgotten

Hey, this was a beautiful story. I really loved it. It's very well written and your style is gripping. It's wonderful. Keep it up! :)

Reviewer: Seventh
Date: 09/29/07 15:13
Chapter: Gone, But Never Forgotten

A very nice, very ... I'm thinking of a word... very hrd to describe, a sort of, past-the-age-of-death scene. No longer are you gone form your loved ones when they or you die, you can be with them forever. Not the stone-age death, dead and you're gone, a very new type of death, dead and you can come back to see those you love, and them see you.
I'm sorry for my rubbish explanation, but I hope you find my praise both rich and pleasing.

Reviewer: MagickalEveningStar
Date: 08/22/07 13:03
Chapter: Gone, But Never Forgotten

it brought tears to my eyes. you write very well. keep up the good work.

Author's Response: Thank you, MagickalEveningStar.


Reviewer: Dumbledore Prince
Date: 09/15/06 23:59
Chapter: Gone, But Never Forgotten

It was very moving. I like the way you portrayed suicide in a non-offensive and not-so-affecting way (mainly because Harry doesn't really die). Ginny as an angel ... that was marvellous.

Well done, Megan!

Author's Response: Thanks a lot for the compliments! They really mean a lot, as well as the fact that you took the time to leave a review. I'm glad you liked the story. I was amazed, to be honest, at how well it turned out, considering just how quickly it was put together. It's had a good response, though, and I'm glad you thought I handled everything well. Again, thanks for reading and reviewing. ~Megan

Reviewer: Last HP Relative
Date: 08/31/06 20:32
Chapter: Gone, But Never Forgotten

you know reading this story alone wouldn't really make me cry, but reading it and listening to you're beautiful did it. and thats no easy feat im hard to cry after what i was brought up with.

Author's Response: First off, thanks for reading and reviewing. Secondly, I am really glad you liked it. I'm also proud of the fact that you felt moved by it, which is always one of the hardest things for me to achieve: the right emotion. Again, thanks for the comments. ~Megan

Reviewer: drace7
Date: 04/11/06 19:31
Chapter: Gone, But Never Forgotten

even though Ginny and Harry aren't my faviote chareters i loved the storie it made me cry

Author's Response: Thanks for reading and reviewing. The story was actually written very quickly with not a lot of planning, and I think it turned out okay. This was also the first time that I'd ever tried writing Harry and Ginny as characters; I hadn't approached their scenes in my on-going fic, and I hadn't written a one-shot previously that featured them. Again, thanks for your comments, and I'm glad you loved it.

Reviewer: Kerian
Date: 04/10/06 20:21
Chapter: Gone, But Never Forgotten

WOW- so excellent! You really made me feel the emotions! Nice descriptive language, I really liked the way you had Ginny trying to let him go and be at peace. You also started the story off very well, I wasn't sure if it was Ron or Harry. Excellent work- continue writing!!

Author's Response: Thanks a lot for the comments! This was really my first challenge entry, and I'm quite proud of how well it turned out. The beginning scene in the house was actually quite easy to write, and that surprised me a bit; I thought it'd sound too unnatural or forced or something. Again, thanks for reading and reviewing, and I'm glad you thought it was excellent. And don't worry, I won't stop writing (it's in my DNA).

Reviewer: Jairel
Date: 02/03/06 14:27
Chapter: Gone, But Never Forgotten

Really great. I've had ideas liek this before, but I've never come up with a way to put it into words. Nice way to do it!

Author's Response: Thanks a lot for the review (I just love getting them :) so much). This idea seriously just popped in one day and the words just seemed to flow perfectly. I'm glad you liked it, and again, thanks for reading and reviewing!

Reviewer: u no poo
Date: 02/01/06 4:57
Chapter: Gone, But Never Forgotten

i really liked it, but u can still continue with the story, u could say that when he woke up the weasleys and hermione were there and they yelled at him for trying to commet suicide, and told him that they love him and................ u know

Author's Response: Thanks for reading and reviewing, and I'm glad you really liked the story. I might end up continuing it, but school's too time-consuming for me to try working on it at this moment. Again, thanks for your review and opinion.

Reviewer: Bon_Y_Bon369
Date: 01/23/06 5:43
Chapter: Gone, But Never Forgotten

This is a first for me, reading this category. I enjoyed your story very much. Very well-phrased and executed.

Author's Response: Thanks a lot for the review. This was my first time writing in this category, and I'm glad you liked the story.

Reviewer: HermioneDancr
Date: 12/30/05 2:42
Chapter: Gone, But Never Forgotten

I really liked your creativity with the potion. What an interesting poison! I thought the dream scene was slightly cliche, but the imagery was powerful enough to paint a clear picture in my mind. I absolutely love the last line!

Author's Response: Thanks a lot for the review. This was my first attempt at something like this, and I'm glad you thought the imagery was powerful enough. Also, the idea came suddenly, and in order for it to be submitted to the challenge, I could only use two characters and only had a short time to write it (as the idea was a little late in arriving :) and had to be written out quickly.) Had I had more time, I hope I would have been able to lose some of the dream's cliche-ness, so to speak. Again, thanks for the review!

Reviewer: Siriuslylupin
Date: 12/22/05 19:34
Chapter: Gone, But Never Forgotten

Megan_Lupin, goshdarnit, are you trying to make me cry? *mock anger* But seriously. The story was really pretty. The way you described Ginny went above and beyond the usual standard, and Harry was perfect. And I liked the spell you "borrowed". :)

Author's Response: Thanks a lot for your review, and I'm sorry I made you cry; I wasn't trying to *hands over a tissue*. Anyway, this story being my first attempt at something like this (sort of an emotional / angsty story), I'm glad you enjoyed it. As for the spell I "borrowed", it came from my favorite pieces of fan fiction, and it worked perfect with what I needed. :) Again, thanks for the review, and as I loved your submission, your comments mean a lot.

Reviewer: Sir Chris
Date: 12/22/05 6:00
Chapter: Gone, But Never Forgotten

I liked this quite a bit. It's a fresh angle on the whole redemption take and it had a lot of the ideas I love in a story. I like your description of Harry as he wrote the letter, it's apt and very realistic. Although, as soon as I read that every drop must be taken I rolled my eyes a bit, but that cannot be helped, I read far too many stories. My one problem with this story is "pain worse than any Cruciatus." That is just so corny to me, and those kind of lines will always be a pet peeve of mine. Nonetheless, excellent fic.

Author's Response: Thanks for reading, as well as taking the time to review. This idea seriously just popped into my mind, and so it did not have a lot of time to work out. Also, it is my first foray (sp?) at writing something like this.

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