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Review:Jchrissy says:
Ahhh I love stories that feel like they do Moody justice, I think more often than not he's either under or over done, but this was just perfect. And, we know what Molly's choice was since she was never a member of the first order. I like that, though. Because, yes she wants to fight and help and we know she does everything she can, but she does have three very young boys and - I know this will sound harsh - but purposefully putting herself in death's way would be selfish.

I could feel the tension between these three men, not on each other, well except Mad Eye because that man is always tense, but just on the entire subject. I'm wondering if the Phoenix pin is canon? If not, great job for making it feel so insanely original and fitting that.

I feel like I was listening to something I shouldn't have been, like they were talking in whispered voices and I was holding my breath wanting to hear the rest. Just everything about this is so refreshing because this is a situation that isn't often explored, if it is explored it's usually done in a cliche way and doesn't involve this cast.

I'm gushing, huh? Obviously I loved this. And am very happy I had time to continue this one shot collection!

I almost forgot! You are trying to break my heart with the line about half of them being too young to know what they're even fighting for. I felt it crack. All the faces of the barely adults we lost. Gahhh.

Okay, I'm really done this time! ♥

Author's Response: I haven't read many Moody stories and I was a bit nervous to tackle him as a character (I'm not sure if you've noticed but I'm always anxious about writing characters I'm not familiar with), but I definitely think Moody played a huge role in the first war and I wanted to emphasize that.

I agree with your thoughts on Molly (and why I get nervous when people realize I did actually include her), but you made the connection that she wasn't putting herself in harm's way, that she was going to take on a role that would still allow her to do what she had to and keep her family safe.

War is definitely a tense subject and it's certainly a time in their lives where anxieties are running high and they want things to get done but the government is refusing to act. I really would love to write more Gideon and Fabian eventually. :)

I'm not sure if the pin is canon or not? I can't really remember where I came up with the idea either. It's just something that sort of built itself up in my mind and didn't want to leave.

I'm so glad you've had time to continue to! Your reviews really make my day. I'm glad that the emotions are working for you and you can feel yourself getting immersed into this story that I've created.

Gah, I'm sorry about trying to break your heart! That line kills me too but it's something I really like to harp on in my war fics. Sometimes we forget how young they all really were and I like to just remind my readers of their youth.

Thank you so much. You are seriously such a lovely person!

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