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Review:peppersweet says:
Poor Sirius - it's a real shame, actually, that death provides him with true happiness after his hellish later life, and yet he can't full enjoy the reconciliation with his friends.

YEAH SNAPE YOU THINK ABOUT HOW JAMES GAVE HIS LIFE FOR LILY AND HARRY - but then Severus gave his life, in effect, to protect Harry in Lily's name? I DON'T KNOW WHAT TO FEEL ANYMORE

Aah - aah - SARAH MY HEART IS BREAKING RN. I'm so glad you wrote that scene in, actually. Severus moves one step closer to redemption. And your James is so likeable; despite being a popular character with the fandom, often I feel he's just...a lad. But here he's very...human.

And something is definitely up with this clock. I'm a bit uneasy.

Author's Response: I feel bad for Sirius, too. :( It's sad that his death is happier than his actual life. But I couldn't bear to give him any more unhappiness, and it makes perfect sense to me that he would prefer it here. In this place, he's vindicated. He's free. I suppose that even a tiny island looks huge when you're used to being stuck in Azkaban or Grimmauld Place.

EVERYONE KEEPS GIVING THEIR LIVES FOR OTHER PEOPLE. I DON'T HAVE MANY FEELS FOR THE COWS THAT GIVE THEIR LIVES TO BE HAMBURGERS FOR ME, BUT MAYBE I SHOULD.

James ♥ I admittedly didn't care very much about James until I started reading Rachel's Sneth.

This Clock is an odd place ~ (sound of leaves blowing mysteriously in the wind while a crow caws in the distance)



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