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Review:CloakAuror9 says:
My eyes are brimming with tears! This is so heartbreaking but so beautiful at the same time.

First of all, the scene in the hospital made my heart stop because I honestly thought Arthur was dead. I was ready to close the tab, just read DIC instead and come back to this later. I was not prepared at the sight of Arthur Weasley dead, not at all. But I decided I might as well read it because I'm just going to be a puddle of tears in the end anyway, no matter when I read it.

I thought you did an amazing job describing the emptiness of the house and the chaos that once was there. The flashbacks of the two of them dancing and Arthur singing along (badly) to a song, when the all Ginny, Hermione and Fleur where pregnant and just all of it was a really nice touch to the story.

Also, I would never have thought that Molly would let a house elf assist her, but it makes sense now that you think about it. I mean, she's going to need some help taking care of Arthur, right? She can't just do it all herself. The mention of Hermione and how she would be annoyed by the fact that Molly got a house elf got a giggle out of me.

"Now, one tragedy at a time, dear." Uhm, a box of tissues now would be nice. When she came to Fred's bed and she couldn't take the bedsheets off...that was just so heartbreaking.

This was a really beautiful, heartbreaking and lovely one-shot! I love how Arthur comes back in a car! That's somewhat fitting for someone like him. You characterisation of Molly was so well done and just everything about this is amazing. You're one amazing author, you seriously are! ♥


86th review out of 100

Author's Response: Hi Izzy :)

Aww, I didn't mean to upset you that much! I'm sorry! (At least the emotion works, I suppose.) I didn't want Arthur to actually die or be dead in the story because that would just be too tragic. Instead, I wanted the focus of the story to be Molly's strength even in the midst of her sadness, and I wanted to give her some kind of hope there at the end.

I'm glad everything seemed authentic and you liked the way I described the house. I hope you could see lots of Weasley color there :)

Poor Molly tries so hard in this piece. She really resents having a house elf around, but she knows inside that she needs the help. She tries to manage her sadness by insisting on "one tragedy at a time," but it's almost too much to bear, and she feels overwhelmed.

Thanks so much for this wonderful review!


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