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Review:SilverDarkHorse says:
I was going to review all the chapters in order, but I simply could not wait, so I'll jump the queue and review this one. YOU ARE ABSOLUTELY, AMAZINGLY, ASTOUNDINGLY, STUNNINGLY STUPENDOUS. This might have some very personal questions, please don't be offended, I'm just really interested!

I am more touched than I can say that you wrote that Padfoot and Moony believe in afterlife. Such a change from the usual world-view today. Do you believe in religion, or any form of after-life? I guess if you do, it makes it easier to write about it, especially as these things are so deep down it is often difficult to articulate.

So Padfoot thinks that Harry needs a guardian more than a sibling for the moment, eh? And Remus thinks he's doing both well? Brilliant! Looking forward to seeing how those relationships develop down the line. School for Harry - are you planning to bring Hermione in to the equation at any point? And since he's already learning quite a bit of wizardry at Padfoot's and Moony's capable hands, I'd like to see him learn some normal stuff like English and Maths as well.

Adding to that, can we get some more Moony-Padfoot bonding, too? I just adore those two!

Moving on to the Moody-Tonks-Florence fiasco, you did a wonderful job of it. Tonks's portrayal was just exquisite. Her fairness, honesty and actual willingness to think things through and lack of prejudice is very apparent. Moody's good heart just shines through his tough exterior. And Florence's line - "Azkaban's a prison, not a correctional facility" brings forward questions that have been plaguing many countries for a long time, especially during war.

I love the way you've kept this story going, and your writing is really wonderful. You've portrayed all the smaller children well, and the young characters like Pads, Moony and Tonks so perfectly, with real feeling, so I guess you must be quite young as well? 18? 19? 20? 21? And are you a girl or a boy? Extremely sorry for those embarrassingly personal questions, but I'd really like to know. You've written both genders so well, was it difficult to write about those who are not of your own gender?

I hope you are not offended by these questions. Your writing has inspired me to take up my own pen and half-done stories and poems again. So very well done, and thank you more than I can say!

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