Reviews For Silenced Whispers
Reviewer: CakeorDeath
Date: 10/24/07 8:30
Chapter: The Bloody Baron

this is the best history fi I have ever read!

Reviewer: Dragontamer1
Date: 11/23/06 22:25
Chapter: The Grey Lady

Superb! I really like the characterization in these stories. I'm going to add it to my favorites. The sad part is reading and knowing that the character will die at the end, (and so young, too) but I still enjoy it a lot.

Reviewer: EtherealElation
Date: 10/13/06 22:14
Chapter: The Grey Lady

Egh... *shudder* Bubbling fingers... *second shudder*

That was another spectacular tale. You described the Muggle feelings towards suspicious activity several hundred years ago with skill. Do you study much History, I wonder? I do have one question, though - one more question, that is, as it would seem I've already asked one of you. Why did they become Ghosts at Hogwarts, instead of around their homes? Seems like they should have died at Hogwarts, like Moaning Myrtle. But, then again... I'll go read the OotP again, the part about ghosts.

Bravissima!

~Juliet

Reviewer: EtherealElation
Date: 10/13/06 22:10
Chapter: The Bloody Baron

Ooh...

Marvelous. Simply... brilliant. It suits the Baron perfectly! This was wonderful. A good take on the first of many ghosts at Hogwarts. Can't wait to read on!


~Juliet

Reviewer: EtherealElation
Date: 10/13/06 22:07
Chapter: Prologue

Brava... You captured Albus Dumbledore's voice exactly. Characterization is perfecto! I can't wait to read on and see the stories... Great idea, by the way!

~Juliet

Reviewer: dementywhatsit
Date: 09/20/06 5:11
Chapter: The Bloody Baron

Oh this is very good. The style of writing suits the character of the Baron and the way you explained the silvery bloodstains on his ghost are plausible and interesting too. I'm not all too sure whether someone would feel they were being too cold when they were trying to choke the life out of the person who had just stabbed them through the heart, but maybe that's just me. I still think the chapter was done really well (especially the little falsh-backs) and it was finished off nicely.

Author's Response: Thank you. I'm glad that you found it plausible. I suppose someone wouldn't feel cold for simply that, but I think it's more that he had a sudden revelation about himself, or how he treated Celia all that time. I'm glad that you liked it, though.

Reviewer: happyday
Date: 09/09/06 21:45
Chapter: Prologue

I only read the prologue but I thought your story sounded so amazing I added it to my favorites :)
Great job... and I promise to read more if you promise to up date fast.

Author's Response: I'm glad that you've enjoyed even what little you've read thus far! I do promise to update as quickly as I can. This is what I have written so far: The Bloody Baron (already posted), The Grey Lady, The Fat Friar, and Nearly Headless Nick. They're all typed up, and should be ready to go. I'm also a little ways into Professor Binns. ^^

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