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Review:Akussa says:
Remus doesn't have the words and I can hardly find mine in order to express how this piece made me feel.

So short yet so powerful. It amazes me how you can send so many emotions and make us understand so much with so little words. The connection between the two characters, Remus, obviously the second one, and I'm guessing Regulus is the first one, right? Talking about how they should come and get Sirius out of the house (well, that's my understanding anyway!).

The ability to express ourselves with written words is amazing and although we, fiction writers (you especially) may find it normal and, if not easy, at least feasible, it really isn't the case for most of the rest of the world. With this piece, you showed just how much words matter and how difficult it can be to express your emotions through them.

I really loved it and felt really touched by it; so much that it was very hard for me to write this review. This is your "tag review" that I got yesterday and it took me 24h to find the right words to express how you made me feel and yet, I still find that this doesn't do justice to it. It was a wonderful read, thanks! Definitly Dobby nomination worthy!

Author's Response: I think we are all running out of words recently, since I've spent a ridiculous amount of time looking at this review and thinking, "Wow." But anyway.

I cheated a bit by just choosing moments, which you Potterheads would understand. I imagine it'd be quite a bit harder to write a full-length, linear story in 500 words.
Well done for guessing what the first note was about! You're, like, one of three people who figured it out, because I'm not really that good at this whole plot thing.

Random fact: "a godlike science" actually comes from Frankenstein, when the newborn Monster discovers the power of language and stories and thinks "wow, I wish I could do that". It was the inspiration for this fic, so any credit should probably go to Mary Shelley for that idea, not me.

Thank you so much for your amazing review - I'm really, really glad you liked this. :)

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