Reviewer: futureMRSpadfoot
Date: 07/05/06 20:12
Chapter: Gauntlet

cool..you can tell that you put alot of thought into the tasks..i thought the piece of paper was for some reason really cute too :P keep writing..your really good.

Author's Response: Thank you! I like paper...well that is his name...I don't why he is a he, he just is. Anyway, thank you.

Reviewer: cmwinters
Date: 06/24/06 10:40
Chapter: Gauntlet

Oh my goodness, this was brilliant. I loved how you fit in all little bits of potions and creatures and different classes and spells. I was really intrigued, wondering how this was going to end.

I've had a rotten couple of weeks at work and have a few minutes of down-time, and decided to read a bit of fan-fic to lighten my mood and give myself a break, and I'm glad I read this because it was something different and intriguing to read, yet light and enjoyable enough to not hurt my brain or sour my mood. I liked Oliver getting back at Peeves and McGonagall being all stern with him.


Very nice!

Author's Response: Thank you! I'm sorry you've been having a rough time. I'm glad I could help. *The sun'll come out tomorrow, bet your bottom dollar...* Great! Now it's stuck in my head! ;) Thank you for reading and reviewing!

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