Reviews For The (Other) World
Reviewer: MadEyeMaddy
Date: 06/15/10 20:47
Chapter: The (Other) World

Aw!!!!! I loved this! It was so sweet. I think the end was the best part. I hope Hermione and Chris met up.

By the way--

I like the little "epilogue-y" feel of the end, with the pregnant Hermione. Hehehe ;)

--Maddy

Author's Response: Hey, thanks for the review! That's my favourite part. And yes, in my mind, they do meet up! Ron might get a little jealous though, but what are you going to do about it... ~ Jordana

Reviewer: nevilleherosnape
Date: 04/30/10 16:07
Chapter: The (Other) World

Love it! Makes me smile!!

Author's Response: Thankyou!

Reviewer: annabelsmith
Date: 04/29/10 16:32
Chapter: The (Other) World

hey really grt nice thought to show it in the muggle perspective ;)

Author's Response: Thankyou!

Reviewer: Equinox Chick
Date: 04/29/10 15:23
Chapter: The (Other) World

Awww, this is sweet. I love the fact that Hermione had a friend from back home, who wasn't totally nerdy, but normal. I also liked the portrayal of her as not quite fitting into her Muggle world. Pomona Sprout was an interesting choice for home visitor and a good one. She always struck me as the most approachable and least frightening of Hogwarts professors so she'd be able to reassure those Muggle parents.

I do have a slight query, I thought children received their letters on their eleventh birthdays which would mean Hermione would have got hers in September. Well, that's what happened to Harry, but then perhaps that was coincidental and the letters are all sent out in the summer hoilidays. It in no way detracts from your story ... I just wondered, that's all.

I liked Dean's appearance in the story (I have a bit of a soft spot for Dean) and also Chris' letter at the end. That was a great touch and I hope Hermione stays in touch with him, although I bet Ron won't like that one bit - ha ha.

Nice fic. Well Done. ~Carole~

Author's Response: Thanks for your review! Nah, it's probably a coincidence that Harry got his letter on his birthday. All the letters would be sent out in the summer along with the normal ones for people from second to seventh years. And yes, Ron won't like it one bit. Tough luck, Weasel King. It's staying!

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