Reviews For Unexpected Advice
Reviewer: lupinsgurl
Date: 05/05/07 15:18
Chapter: Chapter 1

"Remus could be one of the brightest boys of his age, and it wouldn’t matter." This sentence, is perhaps the best part of your whole story. It shows very cleary (because it is coming from Remus's father) what prejudice is. Even Lupin's own father dosen't believe that Remus will be looked at as anything more than a werewolf, and that is a fascinating (though tragic) idea. Having Lupin's parents fight was an interesting touch, I never thought they would, but, now, it seems like a fairly obvious reaction. You wrote a very excellent fic, it was a pleasure to read!

Author's Response: Oh my gosh, thank you! You honestly made my day with your review! : )

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