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Reviews For Limbo

Name: Abigail Weasley (Signed) · Date: 09/01/10 12:43 · For: Chapter 1
I really loved reading this. Definitely a great introduction to what could really be an amazing story. Your characterization of Lily and James was absolutely perfect. I wouldn't have been able to write it any better.


Name: lilyfan (Signed) · Date: 08/31/10 17:17 · For: Chapter 1
interesting. what year are they in..i'm thinking sixth year. i never really pictured lily evans on the Quidditch team....but i like your fanfiction anyways. your writing is really good. love the descriptions you give on stuff.

Author's Response: Thank you! I imagine this as being a transitional phase during sixth year.


Name: Padfoot Patronus (Signed) · Date: 08/31/10 13:22 · For: Chapter 1
You're good. And I mean really, really. It looks effortless, like maybe you were taking a walk on the street outside your home, reached up the tree on the side walk to grab the apple (title), had a stray paper (summary) blow at you, and that's when you catch sight of the couple ahead of you, and you think to yourself, ah, there's my story

Is that how you did it?!

Jokes aside, Limbo was a very interesting read. The title ties in very nicely with the narrative. And I have to say that you have one of the most drawing summary for a Lily/James story. How you can you say something so simply and make the reader want to add the story to favourites first before actually reading it.

The thing that goes on between Lily and James once he's in the class and seated is just a piece of brilliance. They both are absolutely rich in their roles. I'm in love with this. So that's pretty much all I have - praise.

Thanks for sharing! Let me see if I can track you down on ff.net

Good Job!

-Akay-

Author's Response: Thank you so much! The story came from a very boring class in roman civ when I got caught up watching a boy and a girl who I presume were only friends and started to wonder about the nature of their relationship. Sprinkle in a little bit of personal experience (or lack thereof) and you get Limbo.


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