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Review #1, by thelostoneRanímer: Chapter 8: Gris (English Translation: Gray)

27th January 2013:
I have been waiting FOREVER for the update!

When I thought everything would be okay again, the storyline just went darker and it made my heart crunch. I love how you write this. Thank you for these two chapters that made up for your disappearance.

Author's Response: I really wasn't "forever"...I got the flu and with my other health problems, it sidelined me for the better part of a month. Sorry about that. The next chapter is up and the one after is already in the queue.

It is a rather dark story, with a completely surprising Harry and Draco. Neither were well accepted by my audience either.

I'll try not to disappear again,
MNF


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Review #2, by thelostoneAd Venenum: To Poison

27th January 2013:
Wow. Definitely describes Lavender that well. She seemed so unstable and... well, insane. But how you make her sound so rational gave me the goosebumps.

...I just want to drop by and tell you this is one of my favorites c:

Author's Response: I'm so glad that you enjoyed this! And I'm so honored that you've placed it among your favorites. :) Writing mentally unstable people is, although it's somewhat embarrassing to admit it, actually my favorite sort of one-shot. I have a couple of them in which Harry's quite crazy, and they're some of my favorite things I've written. I can't expressly say why that is, but it's just something that fascinates me, you know?

Anyway. ♥ This review really made my day, and I felt that you absolutely needed to know the impact it had on me. I can't thank you enough for your kind words!!


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Review #3, by thelostoneMemory Dust: Of Broken Glass and Closed Doors

3rd November 2012:
Finally updated!
Ah, I'm so happy. At first I knew that Hermione
would not do magic, because she's an over-thinker
and her confusion just blocks the magic. But she's
ready now.
She's totally ready now.

Author's Response: Yes, I'm so glad you recognized that after she rampaged her office and got all the anger out, she came to a closure that will be her defining moment as far as magic and her emotions are. You're wonderful for noticing. Thanks so much for reviewing. :)

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Review #4, by thelostoneFlatline: Flatline.

19th October 2012:
I cried. Really cried.

Author's Response: Really?! Yay!!

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Review #5, by thelostoneFate's Irony: Chapter 3

10th October 2012:
I love the story. 'Nuff said.
But I think the pace for the 5 years was too short. And, Harry's character is not actually like that. When he met Remus and Sirius, I suspect hugging. But noo. But I love this story. Really. It is a very absurdly thrilling story, and I'm interested for the next chapter. Keep up the good work!

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Review #6, by thelostoneTime: Unanswered

7th October 2012:
I've stumbled upon this story and the prequel, and it's just... fantastic. But I do feel sorry for Draco, because well, it's literally not his fault that he cruciated Harry, right? (Or am I getting the wrong idea here?) And the relationship between Al and Scorpius is just... frighteningly good. No really. I love how you portray them. And Scorpius have been through alot. His mother dying, his father going to Azkaban.. And I just.. Al.. he's been so much pain. And Harry is very fatherly. Love it. Ron is well.. Ron. But I did see something odd. In one of the chapters here.. there's a "Fred." I guess it's George? Or.. well, just browse through. But I really love this story. I dont usually like Next-Gen stories, but I absolutely love this. Thanks for writing! :D Keep up the work! And I'm very intrigued in what the spell meant. Love your writing

Author's Response: Wow okay it's been forever since I've been on here. o_O

Thanks. :'D

Fred would be George's son, as JKR said that George married Angelina and had two kids named Fred and Roxanne, so, I believe if you saw a Fred in there that should be correct. :3

Thank you so much!


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