Reviewer: SeverusSempra
Date: 10/27/08 23:43
Chapter: Chapter 1

OK, I will break the ice and write the first review. :) To begin, what a great premise! The "missing moment" stories can be very interesting, and this is a great and well-written beginning to one (about my two favorite characters, so I'm completely biased.) Good characterization of Snape as a young Death Eater-- I like that you don't shy from showing his having embraced that philosophy and really being a part of them, since everything in the canon would indicate that to be true. Good luck writing the rest of it! :)

Author's Response: Thank you very much for that! Someone has to go first with the whole reviewing thing. I'm glad you like the premise and how I'm handling it so far. I'm finding it very interesting to create reasons why Snape would feel so inclined to join the Death Eaters whilst remaining true to his underlying characteristics that are motivated by love and bravery. I hope I end up doing a good job :) xxx

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