Yes!!!!!! This has been the fiction I've been waiting for!!!!!! I absolutely loved it! Oh my goodness! It was fabulous! Great job! I will definitely read this again!
That was really believable in a scary but nice sort of way. I love your portrayal of Ginny- it;s nice to have fics before she became some lovesick teenager.
If Tom Riddle had lips, they would be smirking
Here we have ourselves an in-character Tom Riddle! *claps* He was done spectacularly (I can't spell today). It was creepy how he was controlling Ginny like a puppet *shudder*
“Er, no offense Hermione,” Ginny grinned nervously, “but right now, I don’t think I’ll ever look at a book the same way again.”
Ha, that was a great line. It shows her feelings after Tom did all those things to her.
I like how you had the diary entry at the end. It was a nice way to finish the story.
This was a lovely read and I'm glad I found it. Great job!
I remember reading this a few days ago. Was too busy to review. So here it is! I liked it, so dark, evil. I love how you describe her struggle to be free from him. I also like the way you describe the diary and Tom - how he feels fresh air which means that the diary has been opened... really nicely described.
Author's Response: Thank you so much for reviewing! I'm glad you enjoyed it.
this was really a good idea for a story. i dont know if eleven-year-olds really fall in love, especially with boys who are tom's age, but still, it was sweet and i enjoyed it a lot.
Author's Response: I glad you enjoyed it. I really appreciate the review. And I do agree that Ginny's love is probably more of a friendship one, or possibly just an infatuated crush, but her eleven-year-old self could hardly recognize various loves.
That was so well written! I really love the conflict with Tom, something you wouldn't really expect.
And Ginny, hoping Harry saved her because he was possibly in love with her - but maybe just shy. Very cute.
10 out of 10.
Author's Response: Thank you for the review. Somehow, I've always seen Tom Riddle as having a personal connection with Ginny, imagine being trapped in a book for who-knows-how-long by yourself. And then imagine how relieved you would be to have someone else to talk to, to inform you of the world around you. It's a pretty intimate connection. Oh dear, I'm babbling now. I'm glad you enjoyed it and thank you again!
That was kind of heartbreaking - damn Tom Riddle! Great job!
Author's Response: Thank you so much for your kind review.