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Review:Remus says:
Hey there, Jami!

With the Gryffindor V. Slytheirn I'm sticking with one-shots or short stories...so hope you don't mind me reading this instead of BTF. Gotta help my house beat the Gryffindors, you know. :P

I have a feeling that this is going to make me cry...So I'm ready for this! *has tissue box at the read*

Not even half way through and the screen is fuzzy. Oh Jami, is this payback for the Lily/James one-shot? Haha.

The scenery, the dialogue and Bill's thoughts and feelings were amazingly done and well handled. Not only you put the picture in my mind, but you also placed me in an older brother who has lost one of his young brothers. Being an older sister myself...*shudders* I hope I never get to experience that loss and feelings.

Oh no, are we going to see every sibling's reaction to Fred's death? My poor feels...

Poor George.The promises he made to his little brother can't be kept now. And I'm sure that's weighing him down a lot.

I agree with Percy...it should have been him. That's for sure. I mean...That would've been the only way he could've redeemed himself in his family's eyes and even the fans after being such a none-12 word towards the Weasley Clan, his own family, and Harry.

He would have imagined Fred's pale face, no smile.---That's the part that always gets to me. The last image of Fred George has is of his brother being dead. Sure, Fred died smiling, but still...He was pale and dead and never going to laugh again. That's a horrible last memory to have, specially for a twin that has lost his other half.

I love Ron's section. You definitely managed to capture his attitude when it comes to personal feelings. He was never good at expressing himself so him talking to Fred as if nothing had happened instead of wallowing in misery was very Ron-like attitude towards something like this.

'...that she really had no idea how Albus managed to cut off such a large potion of his hair.'---Did you maybe mean 'portion of his hair' and not 'potion'?

Thank you Jami, for destroying my poor feelings! Haha, I think I'm going to find myself a story that has happy feelings or go watch something stupid and silly like South Park!

Ugh. *wipes tears again* Amazing story nonetheless. I would've been shocked if it wasn't, to be honest! The ONLY thing I guess I would CC is the length...When it came to Percy's part and George's, it felt like you were rushing past it instead of dwelling just a bit more to dig the knife further into the heart. XD

Thanks for the tears!

Until next time!

--Rosie

Author's Response: Hi Snaky Snaky Snaky!!

I'm so happy that this made you said! That sounds mean, huh? Hehe. Well yes, we'll just call it payback for your James Lily one shot!

I really liked exploring all the siblings feelings, though. Especially getting to do so as we moved forward in time. That's why I ended up saving Molly and Arthur for last. Theirs was obviously set much farther in the future, but I don't think a parent would ever get over that kind of loss.

Charlie's was probably my favorite to write, him and Bill's both. And I totally agree with what you said about Percy. It really, really should have been him. Fred didn't deserve it, George doesn't deserve to live without Fred. Ugh :(

Ron was really difficult for me to write. I guess because I have a hard time getting inside his characters head. But I'm so happy that you enjoyed his section ♥

Thank you so much m'dear for this lovely review &heart; and Gryffies are going to get you snakies hehe



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