Reviews For One Last Wish
Reviewer: TheManagement
Date: 10/21/09 15:03
Chapter: I Should Have Remembered It

Thank you for posting this! While I loved your the true epilogue- it made me tear, actually- this was brilliant! It was the perfect combination of underlying wisdom and clever humor. I am very impressed. Do the world a favor- become an author!

Author's Response: I don't know what to say to such a nice review. Thank you, I s'pose. I'm so glad you liked it. Thanks again, :D

Reviewer: Saif
Date: 10/21/09 13:23
Chapter: I Should Have Remembered It


Just the right amount of closure! (Though I wouldn't mind another 100 epilogues, I could read Tom and Keedie forever!)

It all felt so real, and I've said this a lot of times on MTT, I feel like this actually happened!

That small fraction of remorse saved him from Hell...brilliant. And Keedie, with her witty 'I had to pull strings...', just awesome!

And so they'll spend eternity in limbo together, she gave up life in Heaven to be with him here, cool!

And the line about "Lord Voldemort" sounding evil coming from her lips...powerful!

And I like how Keedie made references to Quirrel, Ginny and the GoF graveyard scene. That was brilliant, how you connected that line about him remembering. It was kind of how you used that line from HBP 'Envy inspires...blah blah' and added your own awesome twist to it.

You know, I've left so many reviews about Tom and Keedie, I'm just at a loss for words. Just know that this was an excellently written second epilogue and was just what we were all asking for!

And thanks for the e-mail!

Author's Response: Hey! Glad you liked it. They had to be together in the end though, eh? Even I'm not that cruel. Thanks for a great review :D

Reviewer: ToBeOrNotToBeAGryffindor
Date: 10/21/09 9:32
Chapter: I Should Have Remembered It


Awesome, awesome, awesome, awesome, AWESOME!!!!!!!!!

I heart you for adding just one more bittersweet chapter to what has to be my favorite fan fic EVER. I hold this story closer to my heart than all but two of JK's own works, and I truly mean that!

I was so happy that Tom felt just that slightest shred of remorse, enough to stay with Keeds forever and ever. Who knew I'd ever be hoping for a happy ending for the most evil wizard that walked the planet, but you have done that, and it was fabulous.

Exquisite epilogue, quite exquisite.


PS Frick on a stick with a brick! I had to submit this review like a half dozen times before it would post properly.

Author's Response: :D Thanks for such a lovely review. I'm glad your effors paid off and it finally posted. So glad you liked it :D

Reviewer: Essence of Potter
Date: 10/21/09 6:44
Chapter: I Should Have Remembered It

Aw! That endding was so sweet! I thought it was a great epilouge and a great endding to MTT....even though I'll miss reading about T & K! Thanks!
Fi X

Author's Response: I'm gonna miss writing them. Thanks so much for reading. :D

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