Reviews For Myth and Mystery
Reviewer: oliverwoodisthebest
Date: 04/27/08 17:02
Chapter: Rowena's Card

Excellent dialogue!

Again, there were a bunch of spelling errors.

Author's Response: Thanks for the review. I will have to have a word with my beta! ;-) ~Fauna

Reviewer: oliverwoodisthebest
Date: 04/27/08 16:55
Chapter: Cliodna's Card

The plot was great!

Lots of spelling errors, though.

Why didn't Alice conjure her patronus sooner?

Author's Response: Thanks for the heads up on the spelling. As for the Patronus-- I wrote this as a a gauntlet entry. I received prompts in a certain order. I wasn't sure what I would have to write next; so I had to improvise as I went along. Thank you for reviewing again! ~Fauna

Reviewer: chocklit
Date: 09/16/07 18:13
Chapter: Rowena's Card

I loved it! for such a short story it was very sweet.

Author's Response: Thank you for letting me know you liked it. I agree, it was rather short (mostly cause it was submitted for the mini-gauntlet.) Alice is a very well developed character in my head, and I included a few hints that her story is very intricate and expansive in my mind. Someday I may get around to writing a really long fic about her, but for now I couldn't resist using her character in the gauntlet challenge. Thank you again, chocklit!

Reviewer: Lunar_Essence
Date: 09/15/07 5:49
Chapter: Rowena's Card

Wow! Usually I stick to reading fics in the Humour section or the General section. So, I've never read anything quite like this before. And I must say, your fic was amazing. I loved every moment of it. It had me hooked until the very end. Good going and keep writing!

Author's Response: Thank you ever so much! I am really thrilled that you like the story. I am new to the world of fan fiction, and it is really encouraging to get positive feedback from one of my readers. You just made my day!

Reviewer: teddyb14
Date: 09/08/07 23:04
Chapter: Cliodna's Card

Thanks for a good story. I really enjoyed your setting descriptions.

Author's Response: Thank you for your review, teddyb14! It really makes my day to know someone enjoyed something I spent time on. You are the second person to ever review my story, so it means a lot. Thank you again!

Reviewer: CowGirlHPFan
Date: 07/16/07 22:48
Chapter: Cliodna's Card

Great!!! I'm soooo glad Alice got out of there alright!!!! Hmmmm,Trevor,so that's how Neville got him,his mom fond him,within He who is annoying's camp.Deffinitly intresting to think about,Great story,(stupid run on sentence,should've probably donw more punctuation,Oh well) :P Great story,*~*Sarah*~*

Author's Response: Thank you once again for the supportive review. It's great knowing someone is likes my brain-baby. Keep an eye out for part two!

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