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Review:Secret Santa says:
Hi!
I'm back again with you last Secret Santa gift of 2011, I hope you've enjoyed your gifts as much as I've enjoyed reading your brilliant work over these past few days! I've loved all these insights into Voldemort's activities in this alternate universe, and I have to say all of them have made me feel as though I should be giving more pity to Voldemort, in particularly this one. Although I don't doubt that Voldemort was an awful man, I can't help but think if things had been different for him, perhaps the outcome would not have been entirely the same. Although I find it funny that Voldemort would even be willing to undergo an image change, it's even more hilarious that the outcome of that change was him stating that all he wanted was to be loved! I don't know what I was expecting him to say, but it certainly was not that! Haha!

I loved the reappearances, Cedric in particular had me laughing so loudly, there were all those moments in the previous stories where he was mentioned, but for him to actually walk out, well I couldn't control my laughter at that point and the Hufflepuff joke... I could go on and on, honestly, I laughed pretty much all the way through the middle section and it was such a much needed laughter too! I loved the writing of this, and the ultimate disappointment for Voldemort at the end, it seems no matter how hard he tries he cannot win against Harry.

Once again I loved the writing and noticed nothing out of place spelling/grammar wise which is always lovely to see and the inclusion of the altered quotes from Molly was a nice touch and given quite a funny change too might I add? I also have to make one final comment on the Twilight references, how I love to see them used so well, and so few people recognise the strange similarities between Sirius and Jacob, let alone mentioning them in stories, and I'm glad to have read something that has! I'm so glad that I was given the chance to be your Secret Santa, I have loved every moment of reading your stories and you have certainly changed my perspectives of the humour genre, I certainly look forward to reading more of your work in the future!

Happy Holidays!
~ Secret Santa ~

Author's Response: Hi again! I just find so much amusement in pictuing Voldemort trying to integrate into normal life, even little things that we would never think of, like what did he eat? did he ever shower or brush his teeth?

I'm glad you noticed the Sirius/Jacob similarities as well (and how Jacob is really an animags instead of a werewolf), you don't really have to try to hard to make fun of twilight, its just too easy!

Thank you so much for the reviews, it was much appreciated.


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