Reviews For Matarse
Reviewer: BeautifulDreamer07
Date: 02/21/08 14:37
Chapter: Chapter 1

*squishes teh Fresca*

I heart it!!! :) You have such a gift for expressing emotion and just wow! :D

Reviewer: solemnlyswear_x
Date: 02/09/08 23:49
Chapter: Chapter 1

Wow, that was great! The writing style was something I really haven't seen before, and the originality of it made it very interesting to read.

That one symbolizes death, death, the absence of life, death, the loss of life, death, the loss of light as one is consumed by eternal darkness. This line in particular is so haunting; it was one of my favorites. I loved the way you repeated death throughout the sentence.

One thing I noticed: He watched it pass through James Potters’ body... Your apostrophe should be in between the 'r' and the 's.' But that's just a minor thing.

Oh, and Matarse - is that Spanish for 'to kill oneself'? My translation could be off, but in any case, the title caught my attention!

Great job! :)

Reviewer: moonstonesilver
Date: 02/05/08 11:32
Chapter: Chapter 1

WOW!!!!!! this is a really good fic, dude. nice ;)

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