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Review:LilyLunaPotter17 says:
Hello! Thanks for entering my challenge!

I understand this was originally for another challenge, which gave you the first sentence or so, and I think that really helped set you off for a really powerful story.

I really love the way that once Tom found out about his heritage, he wanted to hunt down his father. That was very Slytheriny (If that's a word?) of him. And the way he felt no guilt shows the way he later felt neither love nor remorse.

I never thought Voldemort really considered the names people called him, apart from the Dark Lord. I guess it makes sense he'd like that one. But I didn't think he thought "You-Know-Who" would sound disrespectful - I'd have thought he'd just be glad that people were so afraid of him that they didn't want to use his name.

This story delves deeper into Voldemort's mind than most I've read. I've always been curious as to what he thinks when he plans a murder, or something like that.

I especially like the way Voldemort was so confident he would succeed in his plans to become the most powerful. The last sentence was as gripping as the rest of the story. I think it shows how he knew people would be afraid, how he could get followers. I think those twelve words could open up a whole new idea into his mind.

Overall, it was a brilliant read. Well done!

Author's Response: Thanks for the review.

I'm finding it a bit hard to respond, because I wrote this so long ago that I've forgotten what I was thinking and so on writing a lot of it. But I'm really glad you enjoyed it and thank you so much for all the compliments.

I remember it being surprisingly easy to get into his head, which is a little scary really. *laughs*


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