Summary: Hermione's point of view throughout Deathly Hallows. It's mainly about what she's feeling at certain parts of the book. I tried my best to make everything allign to Deathly Hallows at some point. Obviously, there are spoilers. Enjoy!
This is reallly reallly good. I like how you use "you" instead of first or third person. No cliches. Everyone's in character. Amazing. Great Job.
Author's Response: Wow! Thanks so much, you\'re so sweet! I\'m really glad you enjoyed it.
We live. We die. We pass into the Great Beyond...
The Adventure begins.
First Place Winner of '07 Autumn Ode Challenge!
-The dialogue flows really well.
-The change in the rhyme scheme to show transition is really cool.
By the way, "shining" has only one "n"
Author's Response: Thank you! I\'ll fix that. *hugs* ~ Fauna
I love it! The characterization is awesome and the narration is very beautiful. I've never read a founders fic before, and I hope the rest are as good as this one!
The only criticism I have is that there's a lack of transition between Godric and Rowena's story and the group's story in London. Oh, and spelling.
Amazing fic! Keep writing!
Author's Response: Thank you. *hugs* ~Fauna
Summary: Isla was born into a well-known and respected family: the Blacks. She grew up with their traditions and was proud to be who she was – until she met someone who showed her that what she knew was not the only world.
Follow a young witch through her teenage years and discover how a traditional one will change and rebel against what she believed was the only truth.
I really like it! Good description and characterization. The only thing that bothered me was that some of their family members weren't in Slytherin. I thought that all Blacks had been in Slytherin.
Author's Response: Thanks for reading and reviewing with this kind comment.
As for the Houses: as a fact, all Blacks had been in Slytherin, only Isla\'s cousins and other relatives that weren\'t Blacks hadn\'t been in Slytherin (they didn\'t carry the family name Black, like e.g. Isla\'s mother who was born as Moon and had been in Ravenclaw).
Awesome! Wow, Ollivander as young...I can hardly imagine!
Author's Response: Didn\'t we all start younger than we are today? Then again, I never really thought about Ollivander being the same person that will sell a wand to Harry in... *quickly counting* ... 127 years - a little bit old then, don\'t you think? Although wizards and witches can get really old...
Whatever. Thanks for reading and leaving these kind words.