Reviewer: SpellWillow
Date: 12/17/11 18:25
Chapter: Agony in Stony Places

Love your story. I can't wait to see how things are going to develop. Keep writing, please!

Reviewer: Literally994
Date: 11/10/11 5:57
Chapter: After the Frosty Silence

I liked how you didn't mention hedwig only said that harry's face became stangely blank

Reviewer: Gabriella Hunter
Date: 10/02/11 16:27
Chapter: Agony in Stony Places

More chapters please!

Reviewer: Gabriella Hunter
Date: 10/02/11 16:18
Chapter: After the Frosty Silence

Gasp! I sort of had an inkling that this was going to happen but damn, George can't get a break and I feel sorry for him. I'd have his babies if it would make him feel better.

Reviewer: Gabriella Hunter
Date: 10/02/11 16:08
Chapter: After the Torchlight Red

Poor dear! It makes me really sad to think about everything that he could have been going through, but this is nicely done, so thank you.

Reviewer: Hermione Granger Weasley
Date: 12/09/10 13:15
Chapter: Agony in Stony Places

I love your story! You really should write another chapter.

Reviewer: Alowen
Date: 12/08/10 7:48
Chapter: Agony in Stony Places

I'm so entranced by this story. I think it's got a wonderful outlook on how the war really would have affected people, George particularly. I cannot wait to read more.

Reviewer: nazzzzzweasley
Date: 09/18/10 13:59
Chapter: After the Torchlight Red

Awesome! Loved it!!
Can relate to it.. :(

Reviewer: CassandraWood
Date: 09/17/10 15:50
Chapter: Agony in Stony Places

"Although the Weasleys were very close, not to mention their extended family of non-relations, Fred and George had always been something of an island just off the coast of the continent." This was a great image. I do hope very much that you will continue this story to its conclusion.

Reviewer: September December
Date: 08/07/10 23:11
Chapter: After the Torchlight Red

Great chapter, please update soon!:)

Reviewer: siriusblackhead
Date: 06/03/10 18:43
Chapter: After the Torchlight Red

this is very good and very well written. you capture the emotions perfectly. i also especially liked the metaphor comparing the twins to an island - very fitting and one i hadn't heard before. i look forward to the rest!

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