I'm not really into the whole, Orginal character meeting the trio and liking one of them.
But, having that said, I like the start. It seems interesting in finding out why she is so interested in joining and everyone's reactions to a witch from a pure-blooded mindframe of a family, coming to the meetings. Author's Response: Well I am glad you gave this story a try!It makes me feel honored that you're intersted still.
Thank you for at least giving it a chance! Report Review
Ahhh you had to bring out the evil deathstick, didn't you? I hate the fact that Ginny dies in this story but Neville's gram getting the last shot at Bella was something that I smiled at.
I'm not much of a Hermione/Harry fan. I don't ususally read it, but in such a situation, it makes sense. Well written. Author's Response: Thanks for the review. I had to kill Ginny to make H/Hr make some sort of sense, though I know many people aren't going to be happy with it. Glad you liked the part about Neville's grandmother and the quality of the writing though. =) Report Review
I must say, this is certainly an original story. I like the use of colors to give the world a sense of dullness compared to the character Orange. However, I don't see how much this connects the world of Harry Potter, aside from Snape's cameo, I like it.
Very artistic and cleaver. Author's Response: Yeah, it's not like a huge connection to Harry Potter in this chapter, but the connection will get bigger in the future chapters, when Snape plays a larger part in the story. ^^ Thanks for the amazing review! Report Review
I liked it. I am not a very avid reader of anything to do with Ginny hooking up with anyone other than Harry (That's just what I like) but this was rather well done.
Of course, there are things that could be improved. I do not believe Snape would go along with Ginny, if only because that is how I see him. Just insulting her into running back to her family instead of seeking any comfort from him.
But, that is just my opinion.
Well done. It made sense which most Snape/anyone does not. For a one-shot it told a big story.Author's Response: Thanks for the review. Report Review
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