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Review:CambAngst says:
OK, one more and then I really have to get some work done. ;)

This chapter was short, but very warm and touching. It was so nice to see Brienne arrive at a place where she feels completely at home. Her father seems like a wonderful guy, nurturing and protective.

Your descriptions of King's Cross and London at Christmastime were really lovely. The picture in my mind was vivid and brisk and cheerful.

I really liked all of the extra back story that you attached to Brienne's parents in this chapter. It helped to flesh out the picture in my mind of what brought the two of them together and why her mother might have been killed. With Voldemort hiding out in Europe and on the verge of regaining his powers, it's obviously not a safe place to be associated with the Order.

It's funny that Brienne is frustrated by not being able to use magic outside of school. That was a nice, realistic little touch.

The way that she opens up to her father about her feelings and her need to know more about her mother's death made me feel hopeful about her future interactions with her friends. Walls tumbling down...

Oh, and lest I forget to mention it, her father's house sounds really lovely. I wonder who does his decorating? ;)

Author's Response: Hi! I like the house, too xD It used to be the family home in fact, and the two woods that line the doors (juniper and mahogany) are the wand woods of Brienne's parents (little tidbit there).

I'm glad you liked the chapter, and there is a lot of character background here, very important. A couple of chapters away is what I consider to be the turning point of the whole story, so I hope you enjoy it :)

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