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Review:hermionegarner says:
This is great and all, but you should have been writing the Blaising Son!!

It was very interesting...I can't say I would interpret (sp?) him exactly the same way, but it was a nice read. Fantastic writing, as always, and very vivid detail. I liked that you kept it to before his meeting with Dumbledore (seeing as he's not eleven yet); that way, it was more believable, because by the time he met Dumbledore he was already warped and twisted. He would never admit that he wanted love and he would never admit to having friends or even wanting them (at least, that's the way I see it). By setting the stage to before we read about him at the orphanage in the books, you were able to take more liberties. Also, it almost sounded like he was talking to you; nice job directing the conversation naturally and not forcing it in a direction it didn't want to go. It flowed really well and was believable.

Great job, but WRITE tBS!!


Author's Response: I know...;( . It was one of those things that pops up as inspiration and takes over your mind, you know? I was reading the essay from last year and was like, "OMGsh, this could be Voldemort!", so all I did was tweak it a bit here and there to make it Riddle-y, and it was done! The banner took a bit longer...but whatev...I'm sorry I haven't been updating tBS, but I'm glad you liked this, nevertheless! Dumbledore was going to be the one he was talking to, but I tried and it failed miserably, was a random person, no one in particular, in the original version, anyhow. Good luck performing tonight, and I'll see it tomorrow...and have nothing bad to say about it (right, RIGHT? :P)! See you. ^_^

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