Reviews For I See Nothing
Reviewer: Danielle_Malfoy
Date: 03/01/08 16:19
Chapter: I See Nothing

Wow

Reviewer: elizabeth jason
Date: 01/07/08 20:25
Chapter: I See Nothing

I loved this so much you should relly continue it.

Reviewer: Guchi_kouhai
Date: 06/22/07 14:07
Chapter: I See Nothing

This is wonderfull! I love the way you write Petunia. It so well done. I love the way you start in Lily's childhood and end after the war. This is very good.
~Guchi

Reviewer: HedwigsChristie
Date: 06/18/07 12:56
Chapter: I See Nothing

i read it again and it's even more fabulous i actually flinched when i read the part where Dudley hit his son, powerful and moving.

Reviewer: HedwigsChristie
Date: 06/18/07 12:55
Chapter: I See Nothing

i read it again and it's even more fabulous i actually flinched when i read the part where Dudley hit his son, powerful and moving.

Reviewer: RockinBaby
Date: 04/06/07 18:05
Chapter: I See Nothing

Beautiful.

Reviewer: HedwigsChristie
Date: 04/02/07 16:32
Chapter: I See Nothing

ahhhhhh that was great bloomin brilliant so sweet, grand puts harry in a brilliant light puts the dursleys in a terrible one even thoguh i did see quite a few typos it was beautiful ahhhhhh i love it your a great writer well done (don't ask why i wrote ahhh it was just that brilliant)

Reviewer: Starmaiden
Date: 03/29/07 22:27
Chapter: I See Nothing

Ahhhhh. So, so...simple. So clear. So beautiful. I love everything you write.

Petunia's PoV is interesting -- poor thing had her family against her to start with, was never the "special" child. And in the end, closing her heart to her hurt led to the loss of her son. Dudley obviously isn't good for much.

You also illustrate Harry's growth in such simple terms. I love the ending. Gah, I love all of this. Harry's grown enough not only to forgive, but to love the helpless. He rescues Dudley's son, but in doing so, he also rescues Petunia.

Reviewer: VeniaTaint
Date: 03/29/07 16:05
Chapter: I See Nothing

Sight, like color and emotion, is something that can either be lost or distorted, or never even had in the first place...but you never really know what your missing untill you decide to open your eyes, and heart, to really SEE.
~The Tainted One

Reviewer: Inkie Inks101
Date: 03/28/07 20:45
Chapter: I See Nothing

Wonderful. I think you have done a very well job in describing what Petunia might have gone through, with a witch for a sister and a wizard for a nephew. Good job.

Reviewer: hphermionefan
Date: 03/28/07 20:10
Chapter: I See Nothing

This is both beautiful and sad. A well written version of Petunia's life. I enjoyed this very much.

Reviewer: HJPCATI
Date: 03/28/07 20:00
Chapter: I See Nothing

This is very interesting. I really like stories that require thought like this one definitely does but I think I might like it even more if it was from a different perspective.

Reviewer: beachbum
Date: 03/28/07 18:10
Chapter: I See Nothing

That was absoultly brilliant. Honestly felt my eyes watering when Petunia felt guilty and that ending was just so fitting x

Reviewer: Moonysfullmoon
Date: 03/28/07 17:15
Chapter: I See Nothing

Hauntingly beautiful...

Reviewer: baby b
Date: 03/28/07 16:10
Chapter: I See Nothing

this is a very peaceful way to put the life of patunia evans

Reviewer: amsies360
Date: 03/28/07 15:40
Chapter: I See Nothing

Wow that was amazing! I love this story, the ending was perfect! Great job!

Reviewer: Lalalalatina
Date: 03/28/07 13:54
Chapter: I See Nothing

A really wonderful, moving story. I think it's brilliant. Great job.

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