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Review:patronus_charm says:
I actually had half of this review written and I meant to finish later but it seems to have disappeared so if it sounds weird at times itís me calling it back from my memory!

When Scorpius was trying to apologise to Lucy I was just sitting there thinking awkward turtle hoping that would diffuse the tension between them. Gah I felt so bad for him as he was already quite socially awkward before becoming a zombie but since then it seems as if he has it even harder. This explained it all really Ďthe words malfunctioned on my tongueí.

Ok this line made me crack up so much ĎĎI want to be able to touch you,í I say.í I felt so bad for him then and I could close my laptop lid and run away from it all but he had to remain there feeling stupid. The idea of Gardnerís Balm is rather clever and now I can over them in a safe environment.

For some reason the fact that there are thestrals in the wood really made this chapter a whole lot better. Itís just one of those really minor things which I just canít explain but it left me smiling while reading the rest of it.

The amount of tea references in this chapter already made me really happy and then there was this line ĎThe best thing we can do is brew a pot of tea.í I think I died of happiness at that point. Now I want tea but thatís probably not a good idea since its gone midnight. Decisions, decisions.

The way Scorpius got when he thought Flora mentioned Lucy was brilliant. I know this is only a short story but I donít want it to end because I wonít find out what happens to them and whether they end up living the rest of their life together and being a slightly weird couple but never breaking up. Yeah I thought about their possible future a little too much :P

What? I did not see that coming! At first I thought Albus was a bit of an idiot deciding to go into the woods and bring the stone back as itís a lot more trouble than itís worth but if he hadnít there would be no Scorpius for Lucy to live happily ever after with. Gah, Albus saved his life! I never saw that coming at all. I know there must have been some weird magic involved but I didnít expect the stone to play a part.

Another awesome chapter and Iím already looking forward to seeing Fauna ♥


Author's Response: Awh, no worries! Thank you so much for your reviews, I really like hearing from you!

Awkward turtle is very appropriate for that situation :P the poor boy can never catch a break, really. The Gardener's Balm does come back into play later! I came up with the idea when, er, well, I've been salvaging a big cactus back from the dead lately, and I had to take it into the shower to clean all the dust & cobwebs off it...even rubber gloves couldn't stop the spikes from scratching me, so I was wishing for /something/ to protect me from them, haha!

Go ahead and have some tea! It is never not time for tea.

Awh! Hopefully, by the end of this story, I can clarify what sort of future the characters have for you. At the moment, it could go two ways, and I still haven't decided which one to pick. Watch this space...

Yes, that's what happened! It's why Albus was so secretive and moody at the end of Blunderland - he was spending his spare time researching the Peverell quest and searching for the stone in the forest. And once he found the stone (probably around the chapter of Blunderland where Flora found him in an empty classroom) he just kept it safe in his pocket, and, well, lucky he had it when he did.

Thank you so much! ♥

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