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Review:peppersweet says:
I owe you all the reviews. ALL THE REVIEWS.

I have been a bad bad person and my life concertina'd out like an accordion and I forgot to come back and read this. but. I am here now. and so so so excite.

sorry but I'm quite incoherent.

I love the way you write this and set it up because - no beating around the bush - harry's slash dreamworld is kinda hard to get your head around. BUT not here. the way you've written it...asdfdhgj it's so convincing, so honest, so real. this is kind of weird to say but it feels like the narrator - your voice, btw, lolol - is telling this story in a semi-darkened room to a bunch of people listening intently. like...it sounds like a story. it sounds like something you'd be told. and that seems like a stupid comment to make because this site is all about stories, but the narrator in most is just like, eh, whatever. this actually sounds like it's being told.

I think draco's probably more than okay with seeing harry in his boxers oh ho ho

that is the most beautiful piece of breakfast-themed fluff ever. EVER.

Harry wonders which of those lines are from the death of his mother, from his first year at Hogwarts, from when he was born, and tries to imagine what it would have been like to see them all as they formed. - I adore this line.

omgomgomgomg THE FEELS. I think...if this was literally just a fic set in the dreamworld, where harry's never had to face voldemort and has that confrontation with his father, it'd be sad enough. but the split realities...like, james is dead, and when he's alive harry still can't have the relationship with his father he always wanted and, oh, my creys.

Choosing between the two was not something he should have ever been forced to do. If anyone was going to take the need to make the choice away from him, it should have been his father, his blood, and not some stranger, who had so obviously given Harry his heart, with no expectations or prerequisites. His dad, it seems, expects everything from him and it isnít fair. - I also adore this line~

and I adore you, oh onnoo ♥

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