Reviewer: Michelle13
Date: 03/10/09 4:26
Chapter: Enough For An Angel

Thankyou so much for writing this. My brother has reading form of Dyslexia, while I have the the math form of Dyslexia. He was diagnoes 2years ago in Florida. We may both have it but we over come it buy helping eachother out. The math form I have involes with reagular numbers and direction with math. For example, if 3+5x2/7. I would think the "/ " is diving while its really a fration times 5 and I would mixup the 3+5 to 3-5. Now your wondering how I passing school, well I just have work harder. My math scores are as low to a first grader while my reading is higher than a college level my brother is tottaly differtent, College math/ secound grade reading. Thankyou again. Thankyou Thankyou Thankyou:)

Reviewer: Binka Fudge
Date: 08/06/08 20:06
Chapter: Enough For An Angel

A wonderful piece, very emotional, well done.

Reviewer: tc015
Date: 11/24/07 12:36
Chapter: Enough For An Angel

This fic was amazing. It was well-researched and thought out. I really got something special out it.

When I first saw how Goyle wrote his name, I knew he was dyslexic. It was interesting how his tutor didn't even realize this. Either learning disorders are extremely uncommon in the Wizarding World, or the general population is ignorant about them. It really shows how behind the Wizarding World is sometimes. In today's world, teachers are able to recognize these types of things so easily. It's horrible to think that it took until Goyle was fifteen to diagnose the problem.

Goyle's character was amazing. He seemed so sweet. You could really relate to him. When his father was horrible to him, I wanted to jump through the screen and hit the father. I got into the story, and it had a lot to do with Goyle. His character felt three-dimensional here, while in the books he feels like a one-sided character. You did a good job of developing his character in here.

Luna was perfect. Her airiness and wisdom were perfectly captured. I love how she was the one to diagnose Goyle's dyslexia. Luna's kindness is one of her greatest traits. She's nice to Goyle even though his friends(Malfoy) probably made fun of her in the past. It also adds strength to Goyle's character in the way he related to her. It shows how the barriers between the houses can be broken through kindness. I love how Goyle refers to her as an angel. It really seems to fit Luna; she’s definitely an amazing person.

I love Snape's actions throughout the fic. It really shows how nice Snape can be. I loved how in the end, he let Goyle prove how smart he was. It was my favorite part of the story. I think that Snape almost knew that Goyle was dyslexic, and he knew how to teach him. It shows how good of a teacher Snape can be when he wants.

Overall, it was an amazing. It definitely gave me a lesson about Dyslexia, and it's great that you were able to that through this fic.

~ Teresa

Reviewer: VeniaTaint
Date: 12/30/06 11:45
Chapter: Enough For An Angel

This was sooo beautiful! you really explain alot in this fic, and do an excellent character development...as for incorperating mental illness into your fic, amazing! another Triumph...
~The Tianted One

Reviewer: CrystalAngel
Date: 07/19/06 15:23
Chapter: Enough For An Angel

Ahhh... That's so sweet! :D

Reviewer: nire135
Date: 06/25/06 23:37
Chapter: Enough For An Angel

i know how goyle feels! i have mild dyslexia and annoying ADD. I was always slower than everyone else, the last one done. when i was young i would occasionally cry in class becuase i would try so hard and still not be like the others. Learning disabilities, like physical disabilities, never go away. instead you have to learn to live with them. School and essay writing is still hard and i still am slower than most. But i won't give up till i have my degree and can help teach children to read.

Reviewer: 180goddess hotline
Date: 05/21/06 19:13
Chapter: Enough For An Angel

that is sooo sweet

Reviewer: Liongold
Date: 05/15/06 8:45
Chapter: Enough For An Angel

The best heart-warming, most careful,most illustrious story I have ever read.It doesn't deserve to be just a fanfic.If I hadany control over a rating system,I'd mark this as an A+++ work.A brilliant veiw of the other side of the HP enemies. It should be published in Chickens Soup For The Soul, and be the first one to be read. I'm practically crying as I write this.This story showed how to look at oneself and be dull in one way,and yet in just another way you see yourself the smartest thing in the world. I respect and admire your story;for a humanm, it'll melt stone-cold hearts;It is in every possible way,enough for an angel.

Reviewer: Donna_Maria
Date: 04/26/06 11:33
Chapter: Enough For An Angel

I really enjoyed this story. My 8 year old son is autistic so, this kind of hit a soft spot for me. Thank you for addressing the disabled.

Reviewer: hotbutterbeer
Date: 04/13/06 17:21
Chapter: Enough For An Angel

Wow. Wow. That's really good...Wow.

Reviewer: Silversen
Date: 10/23/05 14:55
Chapter: Enough For An Angel

Incredibly sorry for the above misspelling, not sure what I was thinking. Great Story

Reviewer: Silversen
Date: 10/09/05 16:37
Chapter: Enough For An Angel

I love this stiry. I've never read a story about Goyle before. Evil characters only seem to get stories if they are cool and mysterious. This was truly touching.

Reviewer: xadie
Date: 07/26/05 16:34
Chapter: Enough For An Angel

This was a really great story - not only did it educate me about how someone with dyslexia might feel about learning, it also gave me a new perspective on two characters. Goyle is a character I never really think about, except as muscle and background noise. This fic made me feel something for him; not just pity for his situation but happiness that he found a way to overcome adversity. By the end I was inwardly cheering for him. Luna was excellent - I loved the annoying smile comment - and as others have said, she's just the type to send someone to if you need not to have assumptions made about them. Luna never takes anything at face value, and in this story I loved her for it. When I read this challenge I thought it had the potential to incite a lot of boring or preachy fics, but you've certainly shown me that I was way wrong. Maybe I'll go look up some of the other challenge fics now!

Reviewer: xadie
Date: 07/26/05 16:30
Chapter: Enough For An Angel

This was a really great story - not only did it educate me about how someone with dyslexia might feel about learning, it also gave me a new perspective on two characters. Goyle is a character I never really think about, except as muscle and background noise. This fic made me feel something for him; not just pity for his situation but happiness that he found a way to overcome adversity. By the end I was inwardly cheering for him. Luna was excellent - I loved the annoying smile comment - and as others have said, she's just the type to send someone to if you need not to have assumptions made about them. Luna never takes anything at face value, and in this story I loved her for it. When I read this challenge I thought it had the potential to incite a lot of boring or preachy fics, but you've certainly shown me that I was way wrong. Maybe I'll go look up some of the other challenge fics now!

Reviewer: School owl
Date: 01/31/05 17:37
Chapter: Enough For An Angel

Great job. I know someone who is dyslex and I think you did a good job writing about it.

Reviewer: Masked One
Date: 01/24/05 15:23
Chapter: Enough For An Angel

Your goal was to educate, and you did--I’ve never really thought about dyslexia much, but that gave me a little insight. You put your amazing writing skills to good use on this. I will never tire of the way you write Luna, and this was an very interesting look into the mind of a Slytherin. I especially liked the way you handled the Death Eater issue---leaving it hanging at the ending with Goyle’s confusion on the matter, torn between people who he cares about. It leaves me hopeful that his newfound ability to express himself will let him begin to think and act for himself as well.

Reviewer: Sakula
Date: 01/06/05 19:40
Chapter: Enough For An Angel

ummm yeah it was good I guess I'll just never get used to the fact that Goyle can't be as stupid as he appears. Oh well guess I'm as thick-headed as Ron can be sometimes.

Reviewer: Blaze
Date: 12/30/04 22:11
Chapter: Enough For An Angel

Why the damn do you have to make those stories so touching?! *niffs* *snob* *starts crying again*

Reviewer: Tangle
Date: 12/24/04 14:53
Chapter: Enough For An Angel

Awesome job Seren! Its rare to see Goyle portrayed as anything but stupid in fictions, I do beleive you made me feel something I never would have done before... Empathy for a slytherin. This fic is really touching and well written, you've characterised Goyle brilliantly! Its about time someone wrote about the lesser liked characters. Well done!

Reviewer: phaedra
Date: 12/18/04 13:49
Chapter: Enough For An Angel

One of the best story line I've read in a long time. I never even thought of Goyle that way before. You really researched for this story and it definately shows. Brilliant!

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