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Kevin doesn't look very dead to me - at least he's still writable on :). I love this story, write more!
I like this story, I haven't seen one from Hugo's point of view before. My only worry is that people will lose track of who's who with so many people. Apart from that, I love it! *adds to favorites*.
Author's Response: Hey, thanks! I\'ve got a re-write in the works, so that should be up soon. Thanks for the support, you made my evening!!
Good story. Remus was quite a lot like Hermione, wasn't he? I never thought of that. Incidentally, 99 is my favourite word in french, in fact, one of the only words in french that I didn't forget about a week after I learned it. I have now given up french.
Author's Response: Ah... the number 99 in French. Why give it a simple name when you can give it the names of four other numbers? ... the beauty of foreign languages...\r\n\r\nYes... Remus was quite like Hermione, methinks, in some ways, but for different reasons. I hadn\'t thought of that until you pointed it out...
That review submitted itself before I had finished. As I was saying... I'm waiting for updates.
~ Lucy ~
Author's Response: Thank you for reading and reviewing!!
That was very well written. I especially liked the ending:
Or did you simply, coldly, willingly
Not care at all?
That was very powerful, especially because you split the question into two lines. This is a technique that you use throughout the poem, and for me it is what gives it such strength. The little pauses and like someone who is hurt, more than hurt, gasping for breath, trying to get out what they wanted to say. It really was very good indeed. :D
Author's Response: Oh, thank you so much. You can't imagine how happy this comment made me.:)
I like this story, and I think that you write well. For some reason, I can't add things to favourites at the moment, but I'll put a link to this on my computer. I want to know what happens next. I'm not sure about Ginny's reaction to Harry. It's very sweet, but I'm inclined to think that she'd be angry with him for leaving her behind. I like Hermione and Ron, thought. I especially think that you've captured Ron's character very well.
Author's Response: Wow, thanks alot. Ginny can\'t be too mad, after all he is the chosen one and he is alive. I have, after many months, posted Chapter Two: Heroes! Lets hope it gets validated. :)
Write more, MORE! Can't wait to read if Tonks finds Remus in town and what he says and how the twins know and...
Author's Response: Thank u! I have chapter 3 written already, I just have to submit it soon. Might have to tweak it too.
They're so sweet. But poor them, so, so, awkward
Author's Response: Oh, it gets even MORE awkward in chapter four... trust me... MUCH MORE!
woweeeeee I love this story. Too many people who write R/T just repeat the stuff we knew anyway. This is much more original. Update soon.
Author's Response: Thank u so much! This is like the best compliment ever. Any constructive criticism anyone??
This is getting really interesting. I especially like your characterisation of Sirius.
Author's Response: Thanks so much! I feel good knowing that people actually like what I write.
I like this story, because I think that your approach to the way the bereaved react is far more accurate than in many other fics I've read. I also think that you handled Ginny's reaction to Harry's absence very well, a lot of people take it for granted that they carry on where they left off, but with Harry's permenantly guilty conscience, and Ginny's fiery nature, I think it is more likely that it would be more complicated than that. All in all, great writing, I love it and I added it to my favourites :)
Author's Response: Thank you very much - I have noticed that also and feel like it is rather unrealistic. Mourning can\'t be ignored and I can\'t imagine that \'love\' can solve all the issues they both have to deal with. Thank you for the comment!
I love this story, although I'm not sure if I reviewed it before or not. You have a very good grasp on the characters of the characters (I'm sure there's a better way of putting that, but you know what I mean). Just one thing, and it's something I've come across in quite a few fics. I always wonder whether, although Molly and Arthur both love Harry, they would be especially happy with them being engaged before she's finished school. I hope you update soon.
Author's Response: Oh shucks! I WAS supposed to add that. I forgot! I was going to put in that her parents wanted them to wait until they were done school. Oh well. Have to add that in somewhere later. Besides, Ginny would probably just point out that at least they\'re not eloping like Molly and Arthur did. That might make Mrs. Weasley relent! ;) Glad you love it! Thanks for reading and reviewing. cj
Wow, El! That was absolutely incredible, especially your characterisation. I am definitely going to read everything else that you have written now. That story deserves a long review, but I haven't got the words.
Author's Response: Thank you so much, Meda. *hugs*
This was my first fic, and it will always have a special place in my heart, so I\'m always happy to see it well-received. I will be looking out for you on my shelf.
*is practicing her newly found skill of commenting on your work without becoming a blibbering wreck.*
I thought that as I read this very speedily and enjoyed it so very much it deserved a better review. I will skip my opinions on your characterisation of Sev because you know them all, I will merely say that once again you blew me away with your amazing talent of reading his mind and finding their exactly what I knew you would, although I couldn't have said so until I read it. *hopes that makes sense*.
I know you don't want a SPEWish review, so I'm just going to give you a favourite sentence from every chapter:
Were it not for my uncalled-for introspection on the nature of morality, I could have brought forth the little fancy of mine I had been contemplating for weeks, never finding the time to do it between the hardly pleasant duties and far less pleasant forced social intercourse. [Just so very Sev. It reminds me of both the baby Sev of Sempra and the adult Sev of the books.]
Don't you dare remind me whose life should have been a neverending plea for forgiveness. [*sobs* Always and forever, everything was about her for him.]
Had Lily Evans known about the depth and full meaning of your friendship, she would rather be your enemy for ever and ever. [And again. The never-ending self-punishment.]
Only one woman had ever called me that… consistently. [And again. Funny how I pick out all the S/L quotes, isn't it?]
I administer a more Muggle approach to revivification by means of a light… moderate slap. [Just for a change, I'll highlight a little sentence that made me laugh.]
I really liked reading that.It's the first Tonks/Remus story that's left me feeling happy. But would Tonks really not go down fighting?
Author's Response: I was running out of time...I had timed Harry\'s thing and the length of time it took from there to where Tonks died, I didn\'t have enough left, so I just had her waiting for the duel to start and then Bellatrix disreguard all the rules of dulling and just kill her after greeting her. I\'m glad it left you feeling happy, though!
Very well written.
I've decided that however much I may... dislike Sirius, this story deserves a better review than I gave it. It is an absolutely lovely portrayal of how sometimes people aren't quite as they are often perceived.
This story has stayed with me, I think, because it was a very creative idea and I applaud you for it *applauds*. This review isn't turning out to be very much more helpful than my last, but it does say a bit more about *why* I enjoyed this. As I mentioned, Sirius is far from my favourite character, but this was too sweet not to enjoy. Well done!
That was a really good story, I loved it. =]
Author's Response: Thanks so much!
Can't remember if I already reviewed this but hey, I love it!
Author's Response: Hey, glad you love it! And thanks for sayin\' so.
I like it. Clever and different (and favouited)
Author's Response: Thanks!