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Review:EnigmaticEyes16 says:
Hey! EnigmaticEyes here (finally) to give you your well-deserved five reviews. I've decided to use the five on this story and I will probably try to spread them out throughout the chapters.

Anyway, I really like your attention to detail here in the first section, talking about the elves writing up and stamping the envelopes and McGonagall signing them, and even going to so far as the explain how many students usually accept Hogwarts' invitation, how many deny it, and how many (muggles) think it's a joke. All of that was just amazing.

I also enjoyed Snape's section, although I was surprised you've written a not so terrible father for Severus, unless he gets worse later on. I do like how his mother conjures up these concoctions with syrups and juices and such, that's a really cool thing for someone who's really good at potions to do with their time.

It's even more interesting though that you've made Lily a pureblood with arguing parents. And no sign of Petunia. I'm curious to see where this story ends up going. I did like the bit about the garden though. Clearly Lily's mother must have had a thing for flowers to names her daughters after them.

This was a really well written chapter though, I don't think I saw any spelling or grammar mistakes. And now I am off to read and review some more!


Author's Response: Hey! I'm glad you picked this story; the final chapter should be up today or tomorrow and I'm pretty proud of the completed product :)

People do seem to be fans of the letter-sending process that I detailed in the beginning. I thought the visual of the two owls coming to deliver the letters would be interesting and provide somewhat of a parallel to the beginning of the canon series with Harry's generation. I'm glad you also found it humorous and interesting!

Snape's father is pretty different here. I always saw him as a significant force in the formation of Severus's personality in canon, so I felt like he was an essential change for the swap. I did enjoy thinking about all the different combinations possible for juices; kind of a cool use for potions skills, huh? :)

I'm glad Lily makes you curious as well. She definitely undergoes some drastic changes for this story. I did want to keep the flower theme, though, because I thought it was cute.

Glad you're enjoying it, and I look forward to your next review!


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