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Review:HarrietHopkirk says:
Oh hello Marina! Just stopping by for the Ravenclaw review exchange! :D

AAAHHH OMG I LOVE YOUR WRITING! It's so flawless. You've got great imagery and description and your ideas are really beautifully presented. Nothing is wasted, everything is beautiful and lovely and gaaah... I love it! ♥

I almost never see Aberforth fics - you only really noticed him until the last book, and his life was so sad with all his family dying and him possibly killing his sister and being overshadowed by his bro - but here he is portrayed so well, so broken, that it's realistic. I love your descritions of Ariana's ghostly world - with the mist and the silence and the colours. The description of Ariana at the beginning was really haunting, really ghostly. There is nothing to be seen for miles and miles; emptiness has replaced everything she has ever known. She is alone, but she is used to the solitude, years of shelter from the world have left her numb to isolation. Silence is her friend. Hnggg...

Just wondering, are we supposed to know who the friend is? For a second, I thought Minerva, but I don't know... Perhaps Kendra?

It's a beautiful moment, I think, when Aberforth starts to play. The dialogue and action make it all really moving. The whole metaphor of the piano and her emotions is really, really beautiful and it works so well. The fact she is only on 'earth' to witness the moment is truly sad. I love it. She's almost selfish about how she doesn't want Aberforth to forget her.

And gaaah! That last line! Kudos.

Author's Response: thank you Hattie!

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