Reviewer: Lalalalatina
Date: 01/05/09 13:25
Chapter: Here's to the Heroes

LOVED IT!

Sonnet are so much fun to read, and you described the final battle awesome-ly (sorry, I make up my own words when I have a hard time describing things).

Orange spilled outwards across the dawn sky.
Two last curses flew, as onlookers saw,
The dark lord’s own curse caused him to die.
His followers fled, his rule was no more.


I liked this stanza a lot because I can see the events play out like in the novel. The desciption was great. Orange being spilled across the sky... =)

I really liked hopw you repeated the stanza :

Here's to the heroes of wizarding war,
Watch and remember and never ignore.


It closed the poem nicely.

Amazing sonnet. Keep writing!

Author's Response: Awww! Thanks so much for the kind review!

I'm glad you liked the repetition, I wasn't sure it was going to work, so I'm happy you thought it fitted.

Hehe, I also make up words when I think they don't fit. Awesome-ly should totally be a real word.

Thanks again for the review :)

Reviewer: captburke
Date: 12/26/08 22:43
Chapter: Here's to the Heroes

I like it

Author's Response: Thank you :) I'm glad you enjoyed it.

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