Reviews For In Due Time
Reviewer: Josephine Granger
Date: 05/20/09 7:15
Chapter: In Due Time

That was wonderful! It was so sad.

Author's Response: Thank you.

Reviewer: welshdevondragon
Date: 05/17/09 17:10
Chapter: In Due Time

This is pretty dark- I love the way a childhood memory is linked to an adult experience, but with the tables' turned. It might be nice to know more about why GEllert thinks Lucy is a "lucky catch"- but great story

Author's Response: Thank you. Maybe I'll write more about Lucy when I get inspired.

Reviewer: clabbert2101
Date: 05/16/09 11:05
Chapter: In Due Time

What? I still haven't reviewed the last chapter of STB but I'm reviewing this? *hides* I can't think of anything to say for STB yet......that being said:

This is a really dark fic for you, Bine. You do it very nicely though. The way you wove the flashbacks through out the running sequence (does that make sense? Running meaning, like, stuff happening in the present. Like you're running a movie or something....*uses weird expressions*) is really wonderful. I really love it.

~Bella

Author's Response: Thank you! And I know what you meant. :)

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