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Review:patronus_charm says:
Hi Amanda!

I said you should expect some more reviews, so hereís one of them!

I really liked that little bit of information you gave about how the first pupils of Hogwarts came from. It gave you a sense of the dynamics of the school, and it made you understand how precious having one of those few places must have been. I also liked the idea about the heads swapping each year, it would seem like something they would do. And Gryffindor had a son! I didnít expect that, but it made sense the way he died and all.

That was a really cool idea making Venn and Helena know each other from school. I like how you showed that Helena may have liked him a little due to the glances she gave him from across the lecture room. It reminded me of how Venn had already liked her before meeting her. It seems as if theyíre meant to be together!

I know I shouldnít say it again, as Iíve mentioned it in every chapter, but itís so good I canít not say it. I love your historical accuracy, itís such a pleasure to read, itís so good, that Iím probably going to end up mentioning it in every other chapter I review!

I have some suspicions forming as to who the Bloody Baron is, and Iím sort of guessing it may be Venn, but that almost seems too obvious, so itís probably not!

Even though it was brief, I love the dance and the walk, it just seemed so romantic. Then Helena went and invited him back! I canít wait to see how this romance develops!

Again you spoil us with the hidden meaning things! I love them, theyíre almost the best part of the chapter!

Another great chapter!

Kiana :D

Author's Response: Hey girl :)

Thanks! It was fun to think about the initial years of Hogwarts being like Plato's school in Ancient Greece, where only the who's-who children of the elite families get to attend. I felt like that would be more realistic than them opening and immediately taking a huge class of students from all corners of the globe. Naturally, things would build up over time.

Well, they sort of know each other, but they didn't really... you know? They didn't really pay attention to one another beyond noticing that the other person looked somewhat familiar. Venn was probably a little too wrapped up in himself, and Helena would certainly have been preoccupied with being under the steady gaze of her mother. But yeah, there is a little something there, it seems.

The historical accuracy wanes a little as you get further in, I'm sure, just due to my increasing time constraints in writing. But I'd rather do a little research here and there when I can than force the plot along and get low-quality chapters posted more frequently. Hopefully each new one is worth the wait.

Hmm, I won't answer that. We'll have to see!

It's great that you like the budding romance here. Venn and Helena seem to slowly be falling for each other, and it will continue.

Thanks for another fabulous review, dear!


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