I did indeed read until the end, and look, here is my review to prove it!
I must say, this was very interesting! Personally I've always found Dung to be a fascinating (if that is a word that could be used to decribe him..?) and highly underused character, and I am looking forward to seeing where this thing goes between him and the indomitable Mrs. Figg. Plus, it's quite refreshing to read about these more peripheral characters, and it will be fun to see what directions you decide to go in with them.
Great job! I can't wait to read more!
Ooh, I can't believe I just found this!
This was so imaginative and such a great twist on that inexplicable relationship between a man and his cat. I always felt there was just something off about the two of them, and this certainly answers that question. You really made me stop and think and say: 'Of course Mrs. Norris was Filch's wife - why didn't I think of that before??' haha.
Brilliantly done. Great job, Georgia.
Oh, dear... I saw the title of this and was compelled to click on it. I immediately opened a new window and went to Youtube, and played Eddie Redmayne's version of this song. After the first paragraph, I had tears in my eyes. When I reached the middle, and I realized that this was Harry's little sister grabbing Remus's hand, and his brother in the background - the other children Lily and James never got the chance to have - I was bawling like a baby. But don't feel badly about it - there are very few people who can make me sob, so please consider it an achievement!
I agree with another reviewer who said that you really captured Remus perfectly. He is also one of my favorite characters, and I always love to see him characterized well.
Thank you for this, it was wonderful. Great job.
Author's Response: Thank you for this lovely review! I'm glad you thought it worked well with the song, because songfics haven't always been my strongpoint. I've always seen a connection between Remus and Marius at this point of their stories, because I think the initial order were a bit like the revolutionary students, because in the end they really didn't have a chance, but they wouldn't not fight. And both Remus and Marius basically lose everyone in one night (although Marius does still have Cosette so he's better off). I'm sorry you were bawling - but then like you said, that's really the point of the story. I think Remus possibly has the hardest life of anyone in the books, he's had to deal with so much, so thanks for saying that his character really came across. Anyway thanks again for leaving such a wonderful review, I'm glad you enjoyed the story. ~Katrina
Hey there, stranger! ;) When I saw this at the top of the page, I just had to pop by and throw a 'hi' your way! Such a sweet little epistolary, I can't wait to read more!
Geez I have a lot of names... xD
Author's Response: Hiyah Bree! glad you liked it! I already wrote the last chappie. Just need to get it betaed and put it up. -dmbw7052/Draco7052/Georgia I have lots of names also and those are just on this sight.