Reviewer: ArchitectOfMyFate
Date: 01/08/14 17:47
Chapter: Chapter 1

Beautiful. Absolutely, breathtakingly beautiful.

Reviewer: Immunity
Date: 01/16/11 4:46
Chapter: Chapter 1

A very short yet emotional piece. I really love the way you described Sirius as if he was a '' broken shell '' that was devoid of any life. This quiet interaction between Sirius and Remus was very touching. Though it's a short piece, you definitely captured the entire mood of the story well.

Keep on writing !

Reviewer: armagod679
Date: 10/06/10 15:38
Chapter: Chapter 1

Very sad, but not overemotional. Well-written and real. Could do with a bit more background throughout the story, but otherwise, good work.

Author's Response: Thankyou, glad you enjoyed :)

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