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Review:patronus_charm says:
Hey Amanda!

Ah the nightmare at the beginning of the chapter was so brilliantly written I thought for a moment that you had figured out a way that Voldemort could haunt her in the afterlife. I find it really interesting how the fear Ginny feels for Voldemort increases the further we get into the storyline, almost as if all this therapy and reliving it all was making her problem worse and not better.

It was a rather touching moment with Harry the following morning with the way he dealt with the article about her and how he really wanted to help when she was trying to help him at the same time by getting a dog. I really love how youíve written their relationship in this story because normally I donít ship this pairing in the slightest, but youíve made me develop a soft spot for them.

Yay Ginny finally started to open up at the therapy session! I felt so proud of her for doing that, but given how determined Harry was to fix her she couldnít really escape it. :P Iím still not entirely sure what I think of Bree, I was starting to warm to her with the comments about being scared of the chamber of secrets too, but then when she mentioned legilimency it made me unsure of her all over again. I suppose itís because I usually associate it with people such as Voldemort and Snape (when Harry still viewed him badly), so I suppose it comes from that.

Speaking of Harry, Iím so glad that you decided to give him greater focus as you said in your TGS interview, itís been really nice as itís fun to read him several years after the battle but with his wife dealing with the trauma of the war and not him.

Ah someoneís trying to kill her! Right now, I suspect Bree mainly because out of her and Harry she seems the most likely and theyíre the main characters at the moment :P Unless, you really have thought of a way to bring back Voldemort and it is him :P Hmm, Iíll have to keep on guessing!

-Kiana

Author's Response: Hey Kiana, thanks for stopping by!

I'm so glad you were genuinely scared by the beginning - which sounds awful, haha, but it's a huge compliment to me! I like your analysis of the progression of Ginny's fear and how maybe therapy is more hurtful to her than helpful. I suppose we'll have to see if things get better once the course of her therapy changes a little and she gets deeper into this process introduced by Bree.

Harry/Ginny isn't one of my OTPs, but I think it's a sweet pairing and I have trouble envisioning either of them with anyone else. I think they have a strong bond based on what they've been through together and I hope it holds up during this difficult time.

Interesting take on Bree. I've been curious as to why a lot of people feel suspicious about her, but I like your angle. Not giving anything away yet, of course :)

Yeah, I felt like Harry needed a bigger role in the story, so I've made him a more significant part of Ginny's recovery. It makes sense to me given their devotion to one another. I'm glad you like seeing him not be the one directly traumatized for once.

Hmm, yes, you'll have to keep guessing! Can't wait to hear what you think of the next chapter when I get it done and posted! Thanks, as always, for your sweet review :)

-Amanda


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