Report a Review

This service is designed to allow HPFF users to alert the staff about inappropriate reviews.

Review:Maelody says:
Awww, this is so sweet, and so sad! I wish there was more George, but seeing a story between Fred and his mother was sweet as well.

I really like how you picture this limbo/heaven type place. Where you can choose to stay and wait for your family, and watch them, and even send them little notes when the time comes. It's sad that they will never age, but what happens when they move on? Do they just "die". No soul, no nothing left, or is that when they move to heaven? If so, I'd like to imagine that they get to see each other the way the want to see the other, and time would move faster for them so their loved ones would continue to join them. Though it'd be sad to know they waited all that time xD.

Awww, never have I wished a short life on George until now! I don't want him to be 90 when Fred is still 20! That's so depressing! Just like Harry being older than his parents! I'd cry! :'(

This was a really sweet, unique little one-shot, and I'm definitely reading the sequel you have of it! :D

Great job, dear! :D

~Mae

Author's Response: Hi Mae,

Thank you! It's bitter sweet really.

My inspiration was sort of from when Harry and Dumbledore are there in Deathly Hallows and Harry thinks he's dead. When they move on they'd go to heaven, so yes they would still see each other and the time would go faster than normal.

It's so sad thinking of them separated because there literally is no Weasley twins, without Fred. Otherwise it's just George. And James and Lily being older than Harry, it's not right and it seems weird. But to me that's how it works there at 'Kings Cross'.

Thank you for reading and reviewing!

-Potterfan310
Soph x


Your Name:
Reason for this Report:

Examples:
  • The review is offensive.
  • The review is spam or chit-chat (not actually a review).
  • The review was double posted.
  • The review has formatting problems.
Repeat the number: 833
Submit Report: