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Review:dirtydeedsdonedirtcheap says:
And he steps through the veil.

^ Interesting 'invention' of his. I think one of the best parts of the story so far. The way you weave everything in is so insane.

I never would have thought that it would have crossed Lucius's mind that the Dark Lord could be defeated. Really, I always just thought he was more into it than Narcissa, a little too far gone and she was the one that had to pull him back, to realize what was important and in the end she does, severing their ties to the Dark Lord and that's that. I think he would have listened to his wife but only when he was desperate. I don't doubt he loved her but either he was a really good actor when it came to the Dark Lord or he just crushed whatever doubt he had inside of him.

Author's Response: The creation of the veil was something I've been wanting to write since the beginning of the story. I like to explain the more vague aspects of canon, and give stories to small, often overlooked bits.

In canon, I think that Lucius was pretty gung-ho about Voldemort and that he was definitely more into it than Narcissa, who was sort of just along for the ride by association. I agree, I don't think he would have listened to her opinions unless their situation was hopeless, like in Deathly Hallows when he's fallen from grace. For the purposes of this story, however, and for making Lucius rather more likable, I'm making him reluctant to start off with even though he's going to slowly become that eager villain we know in canon. It's an evolution.

THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU for being awesome and amazing and for reading this story and reviewing it. :) :)

- Sarah

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