Reviews For Wrong
Reviewer: potterstar
Date: 10/13/09 19:46
Chapter: Wrong

Really, really good description!

Reviewer: sam_1034_lily
Date: 07/03/08 21:28
Chapter: Wrong

his was really really gud n i luv the ending gud job

Reviewer: A Arias
Date: 07/03/08 16:18
Chapter: Wrong

Oh my God. You are brilliant. You are a great writer. I love you wrote this, so detailed and so precise. I loved it! Its next to my favorites and you are really talented!

Reviewer: ringobeatlesfan4
Date: 07/03/08 14:07
Chapter: Wrong

Hey, Sarah! Why is it that Scorpius/Rose is the most popular next-gen topic, along with Ted/Victiore? Why not Scorpius/Lily? Then again, Lily is younger...

Awwww! *squees* This has to be one of the most bloody brilliant stories I have EVER read in the year and a half I have been visiting Mugglenet! I absolutely loved it! Excellent power and emotion in it. I normally don't read next-gen stories that focus on Scorpius, but you nailed it. This is sooo going on my favorites. Great job! {BeccA}

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