Reviewer: harry_victoria
Date: 08/22/07 19:15
Chapter: Parvati's Pilgrimage

Brandi! *Attacks in huggles* Wow, that was so beautiful, I love it so much (like always!). Great job!

-harry_victoria

Author's Response: Hehe *returns the hug-attack* We're violent friends, you know that? :P Well, goodness, I'm so glad you enjoyed this story - and for leaving it a nice review! It was looking pretty lonely with only a few little reviews on it! :D

Reviewer: jojo_dolphin2394
Date: 08/01/07 13:12
Chapter: Parvati's Pilgrimage

This was very, very good. You showed a very different view of Parvati, just what I needed, and the characterisation was excellent. I loved the plot and the atmosphere. It was lovely.

Author's Response: Thank you! I'm glad you enjoyed it, and glad it could be a help to you. Thanks for the lovely review!! <3

Reviewer: beautifulromantic
Date: 10/29/06 20:44
Chapter: Parvati's Pilgrimage

Wow. I've never heard any stories that talked about Parvati being Indian. As a proud Indian American, I commend you!

Author's Response: Thank you so much! I'm so glad you enjoyed the story! I was a bit uneasy about writing it, as I really can't call myself an expert on Indian culture, but I thought it would provide great insight into Parvati's character to think/guess about what sort of world she came from. And it's good to know that, perhaps, I wasn't so far off base! Thanks, again, for the nice review. <3

Reviewer: FeatherTrader
Date: 06/24/06 11:45
Chapter: Parvati's Pilgrimage

Wow. Simply, wow. I liked how you flipped from what Parvati was seeing, to what had happened continously, so by the end everything fit together perfectly. Although, it had been slightly confusing at first. Overall though, you portrayed her emotion quite nicely.

At the end, I liked how you compared Padma's death to the sun. It was really interesting to see this from Parvati's point of view. It was interesting how she suddenly felt alone after her sister's death, even though they had departed eachother's company on bad terms. Funny enough, I can see Lavendar only worried about getting back together with Ron. Keep up the fantastic writing!


Author's Response: Thank you so much for the nice review! And as always, I'm ecstatic that you liked it. It had been my fear that the story would be confusing - but I'm glad it made sense in the end. Thanks again; hope I don't disappoint! <3

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