*SIGH* You wrote a fanfic that really showed us what you think/thought Sirius is really like. I enjoyed it.
I doubt that Azkaban more like a normal jail than a "torture chamber". I doubt that they allow visitors and that people that visited would be sane...well you know what I mean...there are dementors all over Azkaban!
Wow. I finally get to read what Sirius might have felt/thought when he found out that Peter the traitor betrayed the Potters, etc.
Wow. The characterization of Sirius is so different from all the other fanfic's definiton of Sirius. Ever other fanfic I've read talks about how jealous James usually is of Sirius and how everyone loves Sirius. They never mention how Sirius is jealous of what James has. I like it.
Wow... He did it. He escaped.
I loved how you changed from Sirus to Padfoot. They weren't the same being.
He did it. He escaped. He finds Peter. He almost kills Peter. Peter escapes. Peter killls again. Sirius hides. Peter hides. Sirius dies.
This is so. I can't believe Jo killed Sirius off!
I loved this story. It was so descriptive and it was just gooood.
Author's Response: Thank you very much. I was rather excited to unveil the Sirius/ Padfoot invention, so I'm glad you enjoyed it. I really hope you continue reading my other stories - thanks so much for reviewing!
I couldn't help but smile as I read this. Bellatrix deserved that. It's nice to see that the Black family hate can survive anything. The rat is back. Sirius is going to escape, he has fuel now. He can do it. Yes oh yes he can.
Author's Response: Thank you... no, I really don't like Bellatrix and that was just one way for me to jab at her. I hope you enjoy the escape as much as I enjoyed writing it!
This is not Sirius's day. That's all I keep thinking. Even though it has been more than a day. You get it.
Peter deserves to die! He deserves to be ripped to pieces. He deserves every finger, and toe and limb torn apart. Then he deserves to be set on fire!
Okay, maybe I'm too graphic. But that is horrible.
I probably would have laughed too.
Author's Response: Well, I'm certainly glad that you are feeling what I think Sirius was feeling. That was, after all, the message I was trying to give. Hm, this is giving me head swell... I do hope you enjoy the others as well.
That was horrible! I... Poor Sirius. He just. He is alone. So alone. And Peter! The rat! And we all know what happens to Sirius. This is so depressing? Why did I start reading it?
When he went into their house. That was heart breaking. The way he saw James and you described it so gently so that every step Sirus took was like a huge blow to the heart. Then the thing with Lily's hair; it was beautiful.
Author's Response: Thank you very, very much. I'm glad to know the drama of that scene played out effectively, because that was exactly the sort of mood I was aiming for.
Author's Response: I'm very glad you liked it - I hope you read my other stories as well.
Wow! You could have ended it there if you wanted. Well on to the next chapter.
Author's Response: Thanks... that WAS the end, originally, so I'm glad it worked out well that far. I just got so many requests... anyway, I hope you like the rest of it as well!
Wow, that was amazing. The writing was wonderful, and the epilouge idea was great. My favorite part was, "Lives are like alcohol, Moody had once told him. The more you take, the more you can tolerate. Pretty soon, you donít feel it at all. Better that lives donít become so little to you, boy. Leave the killing to the people who donít have any souls. Leave the killing to the hell-damned anyway. Leave the killing to people like me."
That was great. It was so original. Did you come up with that, or did you read it somewhere? I would have never been able to come up with a metaphor like that. Mine tend to come out rather lame, lol.
In one part, I was a bit confused, however. How exactly did Fudge know Sirius by name? I don't think he was introduced, or it was mentioned that they knew each other previously, as far as I can remember. Maybe it was, though, I'm not quite sure at the moment...
Anyway, all in all, amazing story. I really, really enjoyed reading this whole thing.
And yes, I would REALLY appreciate to read the final (final) ending, if you have one in mind!
Author's Response: Thank you and thank you again. I'm really glad you liked it, because I was very apprehensive that people would say 'oh, that's not as good as the first parts'. Yes, I did come up with the metaphor myself, those are hard for me, too, but if you keep practicing and noticing things in life yours will get better, I promise. I'm not exactly sure how Fudge knew Sirius... but, you know, anything can happen. Maybe I'll write another story about how they meet and so on. It's an interesting idea... Oh, and I'll try to get to the final-final ending soonish, but it might be a while because of exams and so on. Keep reading!
We want an epilogue! that was too good to leave off!
We want an epilogue! that was too good to leave off!
Author's Response: Thank you very much. I'm glad you enjoyed it. The first part of the epilogue is up - keep reading! The second part will be in soon, and then I'll have to find something else to write about that will keep you all satisfied. I love hungry readers... they make me feel appreciated.
That was superb. I loved how you captured Sirius's emotions and whatnot. This was very well written, though I do agree with Neville_is_my_hero about that one grammar line. This was very entertaining, while not nessisarily action packed. I loved how you wrote Sirius's emotions when he found James and Lily dead. You also did a wonderful job explaining his actions and portraying his character. Wonderful job, all in all! I read the second chapter, and I think that an epilouge would be great! While not nessisary, I think that it would be VERY entertaining to read. I would read another chapter to this great story! Good job and happy writing!
~Lily_evans34 aka mrs_tom_riddle
Author's Response: Thank you very much for the review, and I'm extremely glad you liked/ like the story. Since we all know what happens, in the end, I'm very glad you were entertained and enjoyed it. If you'll look closely, the line is 'Remus had shown HIM once at Remus's house'. The 'him' in the sentance is Sirius, of course, and if I put another pronoun in the sentance it will get very confusing. The first part of the epilogue is up. I hope you enjoy it as well as you've enjoyed the first part of the story! Thank you for reading, and keep reviewing!
Heartbreaking. Even though I knew what was coming--I like the way you got inside Sirius's head, and moved the story along that way, following his thought processes. And I think an epilogue would be a great idea. ;)
Author's Response: Thank you for the encouragement, and even though I keep saying this to everyone, I'm extremely glad you liked it. I really like knowing that my stories appeal to quite a few people, not just one or two. The first part of the epilogue is up - I hope you enjoy it!
Noooo!!!!! u have 2 keep adding 2 this!!!!!!! it's sooooooo good! :( plz do an epilouge!!
Author's Response: First part of the epilogue is up! Come and see!
YEAH!!! That was SOOOOOOOOOOO good! I thought tat you did SUCH a good job explaining Sirius' actions. GREAT STORY!!!!!!!!!!!!! KEEP ADDING!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Anyway, another fat 10 for u!
Author's Response: Thanks so much - I'm really, really glad you liked it. I'm not planning on adding another chapter, but if enough people think I should, I definitely have an idea for an epilogue...
Extremely well done. As far as I can tell, it stayed in cannon, while still telling the story from different and unique point of view. You seem to have a firm handle of Sirius's character--and I like the pun of the title. Update soon, please!
Author's Response: Thank you! I'm really glad you like this story... it was very fun to write. I should probably mention that Sirius is my favorite character. Promise, the second half is on the way! And, I'm glad you like the title. I come up with titles before actually writing the story, and after it was written I thought 'well, maybe the title is a bit too... I dunno, sarcastic for the story...' but it seemed oddly fitting and by that time I couldn't think of a better one. So thanks for confirming my instincts! I hope you'll keep reading and check out my other story!
That is SOOOOOOOOOO GOOD!!!!!!! In the line "Remus showed it to me at Remus's house," you should change a Remus to a "he" or a "his" to make it less repetitive. "Then he saw the shoe" GREAT LINE!!! I want to know who the guy in the last line is!!!! Anyway, 10/10
Author's Response: Thank you for the rating... I'm very glad you enjoyed it. I promise you'll find out who 'the guy in the last line' is... I enjoyed coming up with him. I really like knowing what people think of my stories - I hope you'll check out the other one I have and review it as well!