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58 Reviews Found

Review #26, by BritishEnglish Autumn & Ashes

18th December 2005:
Wow. Just...wow. I'm really at a loss for words. That was so amazingly brilliant; you had me crying until I couldn't see the screen anymore. Really...wow. It was just that great. Fantastic job.

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Review #27, by sauerkraut_poet Autumn & Ashes

6th December 2005:
This was beautiful, and incredibly moving. Usually I start out my reviews by quoting my favorite parts, but you had so many beautifully worded sentences in there that I hardly know where to begin. Your word choice was amazingly colorful and descriptive, and the whole flow and structure of the story was absolutely brilliant. It's fairly short, but so perfectly planned out that it didn't bother me at all. That last line, especially, just about broke my heart. I have hardly any suggestions, and the only ones I do have are teensy little ones about how you might reword a few sentences to make them flow more smoothly. This sentence, "His hours remained filled most of the day and long into the night" - did you forget to type a word or something? It's a little confusing. The part about Ron later in the same paragraph seems a little too run-on-sentency to me - I'd cut out about half of it, making it read "Ron, whose whereabouts had been unknown since disappearing on the trail of the Death Eaters who killed his parents over a year ago." Then, the part which says "ashes would cover with snow" - I assume you meant that the ashes would be covered with snow, but it was a little confusing. Like I said before, these are just nitpicky little suggestions, and overall, this one-shot was incredible, and one of the best I have read on this site. =)

Author's Response: First I want to say thank you for taking the time to read this story and leaving me a review…it means a lot to mean even though I’ve chosen not to respond to each review individually. I didn’t want to detract from the point of this story by rambling on (which I’m famous for) and instead just want to appeal to you that if there’s anything you can do to help those affected, please contact your local chapter of the American Red Cross. As trivial as it may sound, every one is a hero…it only matters that you care enough to do something.

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Review #28, by Scarhead Autumn & Ashes

6th December 2005:
Timeturner, this was absolutely stunning. From the first line i was drawn in to the pain and anguish that Harry was feeling. "He would go on, even not knowing what the future held, he would persevere. Autumn would turn to winter, ashes would cover with snow and the world would continue to spin as if their tragedy had never happened." That line had tears in my eyes and I had goosebump upon reading it! My mind not only on HP but also thinking of the tragedy of Hurricane Katrina. You were somehow able to draw paralells between the story and the real life tragedy. You most certainly have a rare talent for writing! Thank you for sharing this with us!

Author's Response: First I want to say thank you for taking the time to read this story and leaving me a review…it means a lot to mean even though I’ve chosen not to respond to each review individually. I didn’t want to detract from the point of this story by rambling on (which I’m famous for) and instead just want to appeal to you that if there’s anything you can do to help those affected, please contact your local chapter of the American Red Cross. As trivial as it may sound, every one is a hero…it only matters that you care enough to do something.

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Review #29, by emenem10 Autumn & Ashes

27th October 2005:
*tries to hold back tears- failing* That was... Amazing. Just Brilliant. Much Love, Emily

Author's Response: First I want to say thank you for taking the time to read this story and leaving me a review…it means a lot to mean even though I’ve chosen not to respond to each review individually. I didn’t want to detract from the point of this story by rambling on (which I’m famous for) and instead just want to appeal to you that if there’s anything you can do to help those affected, please contact your local chapter of the American Red Cross. As trivial as it may sound, every one is a hero…it only matters that you care enough to do something.

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Review #30, by Croyez Autumn & Ashes

16th October 2005:
Oh, God. My eyes actually watered reading that story...everything, everything about it was just perfect. I could truly feel Harry's pain and sorrow, and I picture everything that you described in my mind. Really, it was very well done.

Author's Response: First I want to say thank you for taking the time to read this story and leaving me a review…it means a lot to mean even though I’ve chosen not to respond to each review individually. I didn’t want to detract from the point of this story by rambling on (which I’m famous for) and instead just want to appeal to you that if there’s anything you can do to help those affected, please contact your local chapter of the American Red Cross. As trivial as it may sound, every one is a hero…it only matters that you care enough to do something.

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Review #31, by scabbers_weasly Autumn & Ashes

24th September 2005:
This was a brilliant fic..very touching and it really pulled at my heartstrings, feeling sorry for both Harry and the Katrina victims. It's such a horrible thing to have happened and I sincerely hope that they all can get back on their feet and begin to live again. Godbless you for wrting such a beautiful story. I'm certainly adding it to my faves.

Author's Response: First I want to say thank you for taking the time to read this story and leaving me a review…it means a lot to mean even though I’ve chosen not to respond to each review individually. I didn’t want to detract from the point of this story by rambling on (which I’m famous for) and instead just want to appeal to you that if there’s anything you can do to help those affected, please contact your local chapter of the American Red Cross. As trivial as it may sound, every one is a hero…it only matters that you care enough to do something.

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Review #32, by Annika Keys Autumn & Ashes

19th September 2005:
Thank you so much for this story. It affected me deeply. Alot of my best friend's family were greatly affected by Katrina and I cannot express how much gratitude I feel towards this story and how hard it hit me. Thanks.

Author's Response: First I want to say thank you for taking the time to read this story and leaving me a review…it means a lot to mean even though I’ve chosen not to respond to each review individually. I didn’t want to detract from the point of this story by rambling on (which I’m famous for) and instead just want to appeal to you that if there’s anything you can do to help those affected, please contact your local chapter of the American Red Cross. As trivial as it may sound, every one is a hero…it only matters that you care enough to do something.

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Review #33, by Melacka Autumn & Ashes

14th September 2005:
Wow, this is just amazing. A lot of people go over the top when attempting angst like this but you did an amazing job.

Author's Response: First I want to say thank you for taking the time to read this story and leaving me a review…it means a lot to mean even though I’ve chosen not to respond to each review individually. I didn’t want to detract from the point of this story by rambling on (which I’m famous for) and instead just want to appeal to you that if there’s anything you can do to help those affected, please contact your local chapter of the American Red Cross. As trivial as it may sound, every one is a hero…it only matters that you care enough to do something.

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Review #34, by Messer_Mischief Autumn & Ashes

8th September 2005:
it was great. a real touching story.

Author's Response: First I want to say thank you for taking the time to read this story and leaving me a review…it means a lot to mean even though I’ve chosen not to respond to each review individually. I didn’t want to detract from the point of this story by rambling on (which I’m famous for) and instead just want to appeal to you that if there’s anything you can do to help those affected, please contact your local chapter of the American Red Cross. As trivial as it may sound, every one is a hero…it only matters that you care enough to do something.

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Review #35, by firefawn Autumn & Ashes

7th September 2005:
The quote at the end of this sums it up eloquently. I cannot express in a review what a knack for words you have, but this was beautifully written. His despair bled from the page, as did his strength. Excellent work, and I adored the changing of season metaphor for how time goes on.

Author's Response: First I want to say thank you for taking the time to read this story and leaving me a review…it means a lot to mean even though I’ve chosen not to respond to each review individually. I didn’t want to detract from the point of this story by rambling on (which I’m famous for) and instead just want to appeal to you that if there’s anything you can do to help those affected, please contact your local chapter of the American Red Cross. As trivial as it may sound, every one is a hero…it only matters that you care enough to do something.

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Review #36, by summer_rain Autumn & Ashes

7th September 2005:
Wow. Just...wow. There are no words to describe how beautiful this is. It's a very fitting tribute to all those affected by Katrina. You brought tears to my eyes!

Author's Response: First I want to say thank you for taking the time to read this story and leaving me a review…it means a lot to mean even though I’ve chosen not to respond to each review individually. I didn’t want to detract from the point of this story by rambling on (which I’m famous for) and instead just want to appeal to you that if there’s anything you can do to help those affected, please contact your local chapter of the American Red Cross. As trivial as it may sound, every one is a hero…it only matters that you care enough to do something.

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Review #37, by Catherine Fitzroy Autumn & Ashes

5th September 2005:
The quote at the end is so true. This story, short as it may be, really did speak to me. You speak on how Harry would like to stop and remember and ponder his friends' fates, but he doesn't have the itme, he ahs to go and ehlp everyone else. This was absolutely wonderful.

Author's Response: First I want to say thank you for taking the time to read this story and leaving me a review…it means a lot to mean even though I’ve chosen not to respond to each review individually. I didn’t want to detract from the point of this story by rambling on (which I’m famous for) and instead just want to appeal to you that if there’s anything you can do to help those affected, please contact your local chapter of the American Red Cross. As trivial as it may sound, every one is a hero…it only matters that you care enough to do something.

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Review #38, by Hope4tomorrow7890 Autumn & Ashes

5th September 2005:
that was sad but beautiful and really well-written. I LOVE IT, you have no idea. it's like perfect, with Harry feeling that he has to save people and everything...i think a lot of people wanted to go running out to help in New Orleans but obviously that isn't practical...it just fits really well. good job & keep writing!

Author's Response: First I want to say thank you for taking the time to read this story and leaving me a review…it means a lot to mean even though I’ve chosen not to respond to each review individually. I didn’t want to detract from the point of this story by rambling on (which I’m famous for) and instead just want to appeal to you that if there’s anything you can do to help those affected, please contact your local chapter of the American Red Cross. As trivial as it may sound, every one is a hero…it only matters that you care enough to do something.

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Review #39, by alyssa Autumn & Ashes

4th September 2005:
That was such a sad story, yet it was the same exact situation in Louisianna, Mississippi, and Alabama. I must say, I have ahuge stack of clothes and I just went ot a store and bought diapers and baby food for the babies and children. Living in South Florida, I know what a hurrican disaster looks like, seeing trees and powerlines knocked down in streets you know. You never think it will happen to you until you see it. I would also like to wish everyone in the affected area good luck as they try to rebuild their homes. Write some more!

Author's Response: First I want to say thank you for taking the time to read this story and leaving me a review…it means a lot to mean even though I’ve chosen not to respond to each review individually. I didn’t want to detract from the point of this story by rambling on (which I’m famous for) and instead just want to appeal to you that if there’s anything you can do to help those affected, please contact your local chapter of the American Red Cross. As trivial as it may sound, every one is a hero…it only matters that you care enough to do something.

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Review #40, by laughable_black_storm Autumn & Ashes

4th September 2005:
Oh my God, this brought tears to my eyes ... I can't believe how wonderful and sad this story was, it truly did represent the tragedies that occurred because of Katrina. Amazing job, it couldn't be any better.

Author's Response: First I want to say thank you for taking the time to read this story and leaving me a review…it means a lot to mean even though I’ve chosen not to respond to each review individually. I didn’t want to detract from the point of this story by rambling on (which I’m famous for) and instead just want to appeal to you that if there’s anything you can do to help those affected, please contact your local chapter of the American Red Cross. As trivial as it may sound, every one is a hero…it only matters that you care enough to do something.

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Review #41, by Herculeha Autumn & Ashes

3rd September 2005:
That really was beautiful, and the quote at the end was a perfect touch. I loved it. It was short, but it made its point. Lovely.

~Leah

Author's Response: First I want to say thank you for taking the time to read this story and leaving me a review…it means a lot to mean even though I’ve chosen not to respond to each review individually. I didn’t want to detract from the point of this story by rambling on (which I’m famous for) and instead just want to appeal to you that if there’s anything you can do to help those affected, please contact your local chapter of the American Red Cross. As trivial as it may sound, every one is a hero…it only matters that you care enough to do something.

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Review #42, by Lucid Autumn & Ashes

3rd September 2005:
You really have captured a moment here, and my undivided attention. I almost didn’t want to read this, because I think I knew you would press buttons I didn’t want pressed…. well you pressed them. My eyes travelled over the writing and I was lost. You have written emotively before but with the news fresh in my mind, and your words this seemed to take on a different level. You describe the losses so very coherently, and with all that’s been happening in the world of late, you seem to underline the importance of Loss and moving on. The endless struggle against the chaos, the fear of the unknown, and the continuation of all that Harry knows how to do, really does feel quite helpless and a little fruitless, until one reads that end quote. It slapped me in the face a little and then made me cry, because it's true. Anyone who has been through a struggle will recognise it for its truth and appropriateness. I knew that you would provoke emotions, and rightly so as it is the people who have suffered that you tribute. Beautiful.

Author's Response: First I want to say thank you for taking the time to read this story and leaving me a review…it means a lot to mean even though I’ve chosen not to respond to each review individually. I didn’t want to detract from the point of this story by rambling on (which I’m famous for) and instead just want to appeal to you that if there’s anything you can do to help those affected, please contact your local chapter of the American Red Cross. As trivial as it may sound, every one is a hero…it only matters that you care enough to do something.

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Review #43, by WickedWitch25 Autumn & Ashes

2nd September 2005:
that was so sad. I'm sure i would of cried if i was in an angsty mood. :-(. Everything related so perfectly to New Orleans, The tsunami from last year, and even teh hurricanes that have hit here in florida. It was very good.

Author's Response: First I want to say thank you for taking the time to read this story and leaving me a review…it means a lot to mean even though I’ve chosen not to respond to each review individually. I didn’t want to detract from the point of this story by rambling on (which I’m famous for) and instead just want to appeal to you that if there’s anything you can do to help those affected, please contact your local chapter of the American Red Cross. As trivial as it may sound, every one is a hero…it only matters that you care enough to do something.

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Review #44, by crystal allan Autumn & Ashes

2nd September 2005:
From the descriptions to your take on the story line, this was beautifully written. I adore stories that can be related to life, and you did a very good job with that. The confusion and mayhem that follow such events were portrayed perfectly here. Not only does it connect to Hurricane Katrina but to all types of disaster – for me, it related strongly to 9/11 and I’ll admit that I even got a bit teary eyed at one point. You showed the uncertainty and emotional impact of being separated from loved ones and at times not knowing if they were dead or alive and you did it from a perspective that, I think, really added to the story.

Author's Response: First I want to say thank you for taking the time to read this story and leaving me a review…it means a lot to mean even though I’ve chosen not to respond to each review individually. I didn’t want to detract from the point of this story by rambling on (which I’m famous for) and instead just want to appeal to you that if there’s anything you can do to help those affected, please contact your local chapter of the American Red Cross. As trivial as it may sound, every one is a hero…it only matters that you care enough to do something.

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Review #45, by Snape_N_Dracos_Badgirl Autumn & Ashes

2nd September 2005:
Damn good story. You made it sound just like the mess that was left in N.O.

Author's Response: First I want to say thank you for taking the time to read this story and leaving me a review…it means a lot to mean even though I’ve chosen not to respond to each review individually. I didn’t want to detract from the point of this story by rambling on (which I’m famous for) and instead just want to appeal to you that if there’s anything you can do to help those affected, please contact your local chapter of the American Red Cross. As trivial as it may sound, every one is a hero…it only matters that you care enough to do something.

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Review #46, by vikehi Autumn & Ashes

2nd September 2005:
Thank you

Author's Response: First I want to say thank you for taking the time to read this story and leaving me a review…it means a lot to mean even though I’ve chosen not to respond to each review individually. I didn’t want to detract from the point of this story by rambling on (which I’m famous for) and instead just want to appeal to you that if there’s anything you can do to help those affected, please contact your local chapter of the American Red Cross. As trivial as it may sound, every one is a hero…it only matters that you care enough to do something.

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Review #47, by animagus girl Autumn & Ashes

2nd September 2005:
*sob* this is the best fic I have ever read on hpff ^_^ it was filled with angst as well as sorrow. I was so moved by it. *sobs some more* I feel stupid for crying but I get really emotional when I read these kinds of fics. poor Harry, Ron, Hermione and especially Ginny. the authors note is brilliant, that also brought me to tears. great job, I love the title too. this is going on my favorites for sure...

Author's Response: First I want to say thank you for taking the time to read this story and leaving me a review…it means a lot to mean even though I’ve chosen not to respond to each review individually. I didn’t want to detract from the point of this story by rambling on (which I’m famous for) and instead just want to appeal to you that if there’s anything you can do to help those affected, please contact your local chapter of the American Red Cross. As trivial as it may sound, every one is a hero…it only matters that you care enough to do something.

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Review #48, by SCREAMINGinsideMYhead Autumn & Ashes

2nd September 2005:
i loved it! you have a wonderful talent in writing! keep up the good work

Author's Response: First I want to say thank you for taking the time to read this story and leaving me a review…it means a lot to mean even though I’ve chosen not to respond to each review individually. I didn’t want to detract from the point of this story by rambling on (which I’m famous for) and instead just want to appeal to you that if there’s anything you can do to help those affected, please contact your local chapter of the American Red Cross. As trivial as it may sound, every one is a hero…it only matters that you care enough to do something.

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Review #49, by jynx67 Autumn & Ashes

1st September 2005:
Wow.... you are so poetic. This is a perfect story, so excellently written and you really make the reader feel Harry's grief and strength. I love how you added Fawkes as being the source of his strength. So fitting. Excellent job, L.

Author's Response: First I want to say thank you for taking the time to read this story and leaving me a review…it means a lot to mean even though I’ve chosen not to respond to each review individually. I didn’t want to detract from the point of this story by rambling on (which I’m famous for) and instead just want to appeal to you that if there’s anything you can do to help those affected, please contact your local chapter of the American Red Cross. As trivial as it may sound, every one is a hero…it only matters that you care enough to do something.

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Review #50, by xxgymnastbabe14xx Autumn & Ashes

1st September 2005:
Wow. It's me from the forums...I'm writing a story for this challange too, but I hope mine can be as good as yours, lol. THis is amazing

Author's Response: First I want to say thank you for taking the time to read this story and leaving me a review…it means a lot to mean even though I’ve chosen not to respond to each review individually. I didn’t want to detract from the point of this story by rambling on (which I’m famous for) and instead just want to appeal to you that if there’s anything you can do to help those affected, please contact your local chapter of the American Red Cross. As trivial as it may sound, every one is a hero…it only matters that you care enough to do something.

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