Also I think you were right in saying that many people longed for some more details that J.K. Rowling never gave out in the seventh book. This helps fill in the cracks a bit. Beautifully written.
So interesting! Very realistic, too, I congratulate you on that. I especially loved the part about Snape. I just wrote a little ditty called Snape's Revelation- pretty new also, it's still in the most recent category- in which I endeavored to create a situation in which Snape told Harry in person of his love for Lily, and gave him Dumbledore's last information. Though he retained his hatred for Harry in my story, I longed to create a situation such as this but couldn't force myself- it seems in Snape's death, though, you were able to make it happen. Good job!
I really like this so far! It does answer some questions I had! Plus adding in that they all ended up sleeping side-by-side in Harry's old bed was so priceless!! Keep up the good work!!
Hi there, This is a good idea for a fic, and you've portrayed all the characters accurately. I do think Snape deserved more recognition. Although - in canon - Snape's portrait has not appeared when the Trio visit the Headmaster's Office, this is plausible. My own feeling is that it may have been better to set this story a little bit later - perhaps in a day or so, simply because the Trio are remarkably eloquent and we know how tired Harry was. Also, I'm not sure Snape would have been awake quite so soon as Dumbledore certainly snoozed for a while after he'd died. That's just my opinion though, and I can see why you've set it straight after the Battle.
One nit pick. In your summary, you refer to this as being set after Deathly Hollows - it's Hallows.
Good moment in time, though. ~Carole~
Yes! I like it! I always thought we missed something with him dealing with what Snape had done! I like this alot! Good job!