The snake detail? If it's the reference I've decided to assume it is, excellent. Jolly and fluffy, like a gang of cats hosting a pantomime.Author's Response: The snake is a bit of a nod to Arthur's attack in OotP, even though that takes place in the future. Not sure if that's the reference you thought it was.
A gang of cats hosting a pantomime? XD lol, That's awesome! Thanks for reading and reviewing :) Report Review
Excellent stuff, missing moments- particularly fluffy ones- are what I eat for breakfast. Just as a small warning, I'm woring my way through your catalogue, and I might be about to flood your reviews section. Sorry about that. Totally deserves it though, a lovely piece of writing. Report Review
Loving the second person. The 13 year old angst was palpable, but from the way the locket was described originally, that's exactly what it would evoke; I aways imagined it as a regurgitator of the ill-formed, immature fears that lurk in our heads, that wait to one day lure us into a psychotherapist's office and burn our money. All round really satisfying.Author's Response: I'm really glad you liked the second person. It's new for me, so I wasn't sure how well I did. I love your phrasing of the locket's effects :P I thought the ridiculous amounts of angst could be excusable considering the locket. I'm glad you agree.
Thanks so much for your review! Report Review
This is great! The dialogue is strong, and seeing how Ron and Hermione digest the information is a bit of a fun rarity. Looking forward to your next chapter! Report Review
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