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Review:dianap00 says:
Why is he so despairingly unhappy? I don't like it. I really think that ennui is catching, but even then, this goes so far beyond moody and broody. I'm assuming that this is long after his grandmother is gone and he thinks that the only family he has loves herself and the idea of him than himself. I want him to not be miserable. He is so contemplative and self-analysing, it strikes me strongly of Remus. I wish he felt more secure of himself. I want Victoire to see what's become of him. This story brings out such strong feelings, it's highly disconcerting.

Author's Response: It's a good question, actually. I don't know why he's quite so depressed (re: depressing) as he is in this story, as I didn't mean it to turn out this dark. There are definitely Remus-influences here, and perhaps some from his mother, too, particularly from her behaviour in HBP when she moons about Hgowarts. His broody nature won't help his relationship with Victoire, yet he doesn't seem to realize this - he blames her for his own failings, and that's the tragedy of this story, that he's so full of himself that he can't imagine what effect he has on those around him.

Now you're making me think. o_O I'm rather glad that the story brings out such strong feelings and thoughts - it's good to write something disconcerting, as unpopular as it may be. Thank you for reading and reviewing! You've given me a lot to ponder.

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