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Review:propertyoftheHBP says:
I'm always at the ready to read a good piece about Snape, and this was just that. His every emotion was portrayed perfectly, his character was just...there.

Like Peter, he'd be bouncing between extreme thoughts. In the beginning his feelings about it all being his fault were just wonderful. Because in reality it was just as much Peter's--or, as he and the rest of the world saw it at that time, Sirius's--fault as his, he'd only see it as his. You only mentioned Sirius "betraying" them once that I can tell, and briefly at that--I think it's perfect that way. The anger at Sirius came later, in "Prisoner of Azkaban". Right then he'd only be feeling the despair on his own part for being the one who relayed the prophecy back to Voldemort.

And the few paragraphs before the end? Oh my, they were just so real for his character. I'm not going to say they were beautiful, because they were definitely creepy and not healthy in the slightest. But they were Snape. My favorite line out of that bunch is definitely: "She was supposed to love him". It makes me shudder, because that's really how he thought, and I can so see that running through his mind as he started at the dual grave. Everything he thought then was just so eerie and not right but perfect. It was my favorite passage out of this entire collection so far, definitely.

Another great take on an important character's perspective of that big day. :] I still have nothing but positive words for this so far, you did a fantastic job with it.

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