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Review:LovlyRita says:
I loved this! I think the perspective that you have going on here is really cool, looking at things from every single different little angle.

I love Tonks' character in school, I have never really read about her in school before so I think that this is a cool little piece. And her poor friend, I've definitely been there before and it's not a fun place to be. I love how compassionate Tonks still is. Even after the eggs get spilled off the plate she still goes into the kitchens to try and get her friend some eggs. I think one of the things you have done so well in this story (and something I mentioned in my last review) is that you've shown, so far, that each character really belongs in the house you put them in. In the first one it was all about Ravenclaw and books and being smart and studying, etc. In this one, it was totally about loyalty. Tonks' loyalty to her friend, staying up all night with her in the bathroom even though she didn't really want to. Her perseverance in finding the eggs, making sure her professors knew that her friend wouldn't be in class. She didn't HAVE to do all those things, but it's just a trait of loyalty and I really enjoyed that aspect of the story.

And then there's this Ravenclaw, who is just as annoying in this chapter as she was in the last. I'd pick Tonks' side of the story any day :)

I really really enjoyed this chapter, again, the flow of it was just sensational, and though it wasn't about super exciting subject matter or anything, it still kept me very entertained all the way to the end. Anyone can do big theatrics and cliffhangers and all that jazz. It's the mark of a very good writer who can keep the reader entertained by writing about people getting sick in the bathroom and a trip to the great hall to get eggs. :)

Author's Response: Hello! I'm so glad that you like the idea of looking at everything from a different angle. It's weird how much perspectives of a single scene can change from person to person, isn't it?

I'm glad that you liked Tonks' character in this piece. I hadn't really thought about her character before this piece either but once I started writing it seemed entirely natural for her to do what she did here. I actually didn't start out writing this chapter with the intent of showing her loyalty but it's interesting what comes out when you're not trying to focus on it.

Haha- I'd pick Tonks' side too, though I'd probably still be sympathetic to Marianna. After all, it just wasn't her day, was it? It wasn't even her week.

Haha- I'm glad that you enjoyed this chapter. I definitely agree that it wasn't the most exciting material but it's great to hear that it entertained you all the same.

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