Reviews For Agony Aunts
Reviewer: ginevra715
Date: 03/12/13 19:52
Chapter: Agony Aunts

hehehe once I got over the fact that Albus is acting like a silly schoolgirl, I thought this was excellent! Once you accept the OOCness, Albus's and Snape's replies actually seemed incredibly true to their characters. And they're a great juxtaposition. Thanks for making me laugh!

Author's Response: Glad I could make you laugh! I tried to keep as close to character as possible, but you have to give them some leeway for the plot. Thanks for reviewing and glad you enjoyed it!

Reviewer: Oregonian
Date: 02/07/13 22:17
Chapter: Agony Aunts

This story is so improbable, so wildly off the wall, it's a hoot. I can't imagine for a minute that the rather stuffy professors of Hogwarts would publish such a magazine, and I can't imagine for a second that Snape would consent to participate, not for any type of provocation. This utterly out-of-character behavior contributes to the humor as much as the actual words of the answers to the questions. I am reminded of the image of Snape the Boggart dressed in Neville's grandmother's clothes. Loved it.

Author's Response: Haha, I'm glad you liked it. The teachers would, of course, never publish such a magazine, especially not Snape! Thanks for reading and reviewing!

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