Reviewer: crazy_purple_hp_freak
Date: 05/31/07 10:05
Chapter: One-Shot

This is a really original and well written piece of work! I love the way that you’ve integrated all of the prompts together, it’s worked very well. Your characterisation of Ron – everything from the way that he acts towards his friends and family, to his fears and memories, are realistic and superbly done. I especially like the way that Ron gets through some of the prompts by describing them to others – the way you’ve written this is fantastic. I also loved the therapy room. Haha. :p

Great job, well done!
~Suzie

Reviewer: maze
Date: 05/22/07 9:35
Chapter: One-Shot

It was a terrible long journey for Ron. I am so happy when he finally overcome it. Good story. Very different. Keep it up.

Reviewer: Cheshlin
Date: 05/20/07 21:42
Chapter: One-Shot

This was a very fun story to read. It was VERY different from the other Gauntlet entried I have read (or written myself!) I love the way you worked the different prompts in at different places and in different times. Things were made better by Ron finally realizing what was going on within his head, and seeing him finally mount a broom was great. GREAT JOB! Cyns

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