Reviews For Not Again
Reviewer: FanFicFanatic12
Date: 02/18/08 14:18
Chapter: Not Again

I haven't ever throught of this missing moment, but I think it fits perfectly with the story.

I favorited you as an author--I can't wait to read more of your stories!

Author's Response: Oh, thank you, FanFicFanatic12 (love the username, by the way). I appreciate you favouriting me, and I'm glad you liked this fic, too. "Not Again" is definitely one of the ones I'm most proud of!


Reviewer: Cheshlin
Date: 02/01/08 21:23
Chapter: Not Again

Wow... You reall caught some very intense moments between Remus and Sirius. I think that you really caught some great parts of Remus' character. He spoke his mind, but knew when things were a loosing battle, he managed to show more compassion for others more then for himself, he showed more control over his feelings then those around him (I loved the tea when everyone else was drinking harder things...), and he had insight into his friends thinking. Remus also showed an acceptance of Peter as a major member of the group, and so many people play him into the background or as less important then the other three. I have never seen things that way, so I loved you including that line. Remus seemed to see the good in others, and not the weaknesses and I have always seen him as doing that also. Remus also had his say in trying to get Sirius to understand he didn't fail James and that is a big part of how I seem him. Great story!! I really enjoyed reading this missing moment! Cyns

Reviewer: untitlednine
Date: 08/31/07 23:12
Chapter: Not Again

excellent. makes sirius's death less.... well, i dunno. but it makes his death seem much better- in the sense that because he believed he failed james, he knew he was making it up to him.

but im still angry that he had to die.

but, it was very well written.

Author's Response: Oh, thanks so much for the review, untitlednine. I'm glad you enjoyed the story.

Yes, I wanted Sirius's death to have a bit more meaning, and James was the way I wanted to show that.

But I agree ... Regardless of how meaningful it was, I HATED the fact that he died. *Misses her favourite character too much*

Anyway, thank you again for the review, (and Sirius extends his thanks as well).


Reviewer: liliy16
Date: 07/04/07 21:45
Chapter: Not Again

that was great. you really capture sisius's character well. i especialy like the connention you make with sirius and rain. the title fit the story well though :)

Author's Response: Thanks so much for the review, lliy. I'm thrilled that you liked the story, especially since I'm quite proud of it myself.

Sirius's character turned out all right, you think? I'm glad; I didn't want to portray him in an unbelievable manner or anything.

Once again, thank you for the review.


Reviewer: C_A_Campbell
Date: 06/04/07 23:15
Chapter: Not Again

well, just thought I'd leave a review, because you deserve ite, even though I already told ya my thoughts.

First off, this is the first story I read, that I actually liked Sirius. I'm one of the few people who normally dislikes this character. But, in this, I actually felt sorry for him.

I loved the relationship between Lupin and Padfoot, because we don't see much of this in the books, but I always imagined it would be something like this.

The writing and characterzation was wonderful; both serve to build up the atmosphere of the story.

I also love the part with Snape. You managed to pull it off so that neither Snape or Sirius looked like an idiot so neither Snape nor Sirius lovers would be irritated by the scene.

You pulled this entire story off remarkably well. I can see a scene like this happening; a missing piece of canon. I really enjoyed this and I looked forward to some free time when I'll be able to read some more of your works.

And, yeah, I think that was all I was going to say, except, keep up the good work.


Author's Response: Oh, it's my beta! Squee! I'm so glad that you came to leave a review; it's such a good review, too.

I'm so glad to hear that you thought the Snape and Sirius bit turned out all right. It was the part I was worried about the most, mainly because I always want to go pro-Sirius and anti-Snape. I'm thrilled to hear that it didn't read that way!

Thank you so much for the comments, Chante. You were a great beta for this story, too!


Reviewer: MithrilQuill
Date: 06/04/07 15:45
Chapter: Not Again

Wow. That was great. The characterization was perfect and you brought such emotion into it. I loved the part with Snape and Sirius, it made me wonder(though this is unrelated) why Snape doesn't like being called a coward...

I don't know what else I could say except thanks for the amazing read! :D

Author's Response: Oh, Mithril, I'm very glad you liked this story. Thank you so much for the wonderful comments.

The part between Snape and Sirius was the one that I was worried about the most, actually, as Snape and I don't get along too well, but I'm glad that you thought it turned out okay.


Reviewer: babekitty_92
Date: 05/23/07 6:39
Chapter: Not Again

I nearly cried as the emotions in this were just fantastic. You captured the characters so well and I was amazed at such amazing usage of vocabulary. Well done Megan, well done :)

Author's Response: Wow, thank you so much for the review, Abbi! I'm thrilled that you though the characters were written well, as I was seriously ready to strangle a few of them at certain times while writing this story ;)

Thanks, again, for the review, though, and I'm very glad you liked the story.


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