nice not really believe able but still really good
awww... that was sad and touching. i loved it!! great writing by the way. =D
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wow thats intense. anyways keep up the good work. my story kinda bugs me a bit. its a oneshot. anyway if u get the chance take a look. thanks and great story
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I loved it. I honestly did. I really liked how you portrayed Narcissa; at the start she's cold, and at the end, she's like a sister. I love ready fics about the "Noble and Most Ancient House of Black"and this was no exception.
"I nearly did but then I was a stranger to her myself after all these years." This sentence seemed a little off, but i can't quite place it. I think perhaps you need to break it in two, or seperate it partially?
All in all, i enjoyed reading it. I wonder where this inspiration for this stuff from. It's so deep and conclusive. ♥
Author's Response: Thank you for reviewing! You're right about that sentence, it is a bit convoluted. I'm glad you enjoyed the story, though!
great story. I'm usually not the kindof person to read these kind of fictions, but this kind of drew me i. Great job!
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Very original and touching. I like the idea that at one point the three had truly been sisters and Andromeda had been a real member of the Black family. It was very touching to think about how the sisters could still love eachother after all those years. I also really liked the idea that Narcissa's beauty had awed Andromeda at an early age. Nice job!
Author's Response: Thank you so much! I find the Black sisters fascinating. Their relationships must have changed and developed so much over the years.
*Stands up and applauds*
That was fantastic. I loved how Andromeda was an integrated part of the Black family before she met Ted.
The redemption bit worked wonderfully; I even felt redeemed myself :-)
Author's Response: Thank you! I'm so glad you think I pulled off the redemption aspect. I was afraid it was too abrupt. P.S. I love my banner!
Yay! That really was compelling. i dont mind seeing Narcissa as good, because i think she was mainly acting under her husbands instructions. I added it to favourites, so consider yourself a good writer.
Author's Response: Thank you very much! I think all the Black sisters are far more complex characters than we've been exposed to in canon. Narcissa, especially, has demonstrated her love and protective nature for Draco and Lucius, as well as her wealthy pure-blooded condescension.
Wow... That was a really nice story. I teared up a little at the end, because I love all stories about the Noble House of Black, and this one was one of the best I've ever read.
Author's Response: Wow! What a compliment! I'm so pleased you enjoyed it. Thanks for reviewing.
Wow. I wouldn't have made the forgiveness so obvious...like Andromeda could have wrapped her arms around Narcissa, but the whole saying "I forgive you." kind of ruined the dark tormented mood. I love how you portrayed the emotions and the interaction between the two sisters. the only major issue I had was that you made Andromeda seem perfect like the ideal woman. I don't think that's very realistic. Awesome portrayal of Narcissa, but since this story is told by Andromeda, I would have liked a bit more background and at least the suggestion of a few flaws. No one is perfect, after all. Great writing!!!
Author's Response: Thanks for reviewing. I appreciate your comments and I'm glad you enjoyed the story.
Oh, simply stunning! "Narcissa had a way of saying my husbandís name that made it sound like a venereal disease." This made me grin a bit, but it characterizes the tone in which I think Narcissa would have spoken. It is a perfect way of describing this! I, too, think that Narcissa has a amazing love for her son. To go and ask help from Severus is but one sign of that love. I think that you've hit the nail on the head by suggesting that she would have also killed her sister to protect her son. So good!!
Author's Response: Thank you! Narcissa, I think, is just a woman trying to take care of her family. I'm sure she has all the pureblood prejudices that Draco and Lucius do, but I don't think that, or Voldemort, are nearly as important to her as her son and her husband.
That was great! I loved it! It was so sad! Narcissa being somewat human bugs me, though :) I just like the death eaters being totally cruel and unemotional so I can hate them in peace :) But, great story!! -Chris
Author's Response: Thanks for reviewing! I'm glad you liked it, even if Narcissa was human! *wink*