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Review:The_seeker12 says:
Um... Wow. Okay, I just read this, and I must admit, I never seen an idea like this on here before. You've pulled Tom (III) off really well. His inner conflict of hating himself, not wanting to go to Azkaban, and not quite sure what to think of his past or anyone around him (especially Harry) is great.

And Scott is litteraly adorable. He's so cute and funny. :) Love him.

I think maybe Crouch is the only character who's a little off. I can understand him being a little overreactionary, but as his own son was a death eater (even though Crouch was mad and practically crazy after he found out) I still think this would have made his interactions with Tom a little different. Crouch would really want to see his son in the best light, most likely as a young boy who was influenced by the wrong people, and with Dumbledore being so adamant, I think Crouch might see Tom that way a little too. Although, more than anything I can just see Crouch avoiding Tom a lot becuase Tom would probably remind him of his own son and the pain that his son caused him. Just my thoughts. You don't have to agree. :)

Anyhow, very good job, and I can't wait to see what happens next.

Author's Response: Thanks for reviewing! It's great to have some good feed back. Now that you've brought it up I do see your point about Crouch. I knew when I started writing this that he was going to be slightly more insane than he was in the books. I'm justifying it by saying that Tom is Voldemort's son. Crouch sees Tom and is reminded of his own son, but also of Voldemort himself (Not so much by his actions because he doesn't know Tom personally, but just the knowledge of Tom's parentage is enough to push Crouch over the edge). He's letting out his own anger on Voldemort for corrupting his son on Tom. You might call it a son for a son, you know? On top of that though I needed someone to really push the Tom going to Azkaban thing. Crouch seemed to be a good enough fit for this. Anyway thanks for the review. I really appriciate it
-Bookworm


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