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Crumbling by Kiryn
Rated: 1st-2nd Years [Reviews - 7]

Summary: "October 31, 1981. The day Lily and James died. The day my world crumbled down around me."

Told from the perspective of Sirius Black. Reviews would be greatly appreciated, and I will respond to every one!

Categories: Marauder Era Genre: Warnings: Character Death

Word count: 2163 Chapters: 1 Completed: Yes
06/24/08 Updated: 07/03/08

Reviewer: Palmer Smith Signed
Date: 08/24/08 Title: Chapter 1: Chapter 1

I really enjoyed this.  I'm a big sucker for anything Sirius Black.  I like the point of view and you used good, short sentences and intense verbs to make the action grow.  Well done!  What's next?  :-)

Author's Response: Thank you so much for your review! The sequel is called "Memoirs of Azkaban", and it is almost done. It's on hold right now because I had surgery on my arm, but once that's healed I can get it up and running. Keep a lookout for it!

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