Reading Reviews From Member: PensievePerson
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Review #1, by PensievePersonThe End of a Riddle, The Birth of a King': 'The End of a Riddle, The Birth of a King'

17th January 2007:
this is one of my fav. TMR fics ever. But if I were you, I'd make Riddle's torture of the 2 poor orphans a bit more elaborate to how he used the magic. I imagine they would have been down in the cave a bit longer. But overall, brilliant job as Voldemort, the psychopath at age 10!

Author's Response: Thank you! I see what you mean about how I could expand on the torture, but at the same time, Riddle was only 10 and I wanted to convey the feeling of immaturity in how he tortured the smaller kids...he didn't have any specific plans, or specific spells designed to hurt people, he was just a kid who wanted to frighten someone younger than him and wasn't entirely sure just what he was doing. That's what I imagined, anyway, but thanks for your help!

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Review #2, by PensievePersonA Princess at Hogwarts: Ruthie's Way

10th January 2007:
Will read next chapter soon...You really have a knack for writing realistic portrayals of children in your stories. Are you around children often? I could just hear her screaming for her Uncle Rufus in the beginning. I'm sure Dumbledore will regret allowing her to attend early.

Author's Response: Thanks so much! Well, I guess I"m around kids. Plus, I've taken Child Development and Parenting at my school, plus I'm interning at an elementary school right now (I did it last year, too). And I have a little sister and cousins. Does that count? ^_^

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Review #3, by PensievePersonDeath Eaters' Child: The Nightmare

10th January 2007:
Happy that Celestia at least has Dumbledore. I can't wait to see what happens later.

Author's Response: Yes. Dumbledore is just a big 'ole softy when it comes to crying kids. :P Thanks so much for the review!! I'm so glad you enjoyed it!! XD

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Review #4, by PensievePersonDeath Eaters' Child: "You Have a Choice."

9th January 2007:
good story...Celestia plucked at my heartstrings. Dumbledore is believable, but I'd still put Fudge back in for now instead of Scrim. It is much more believable for Fudge to tell Dumbledore a little child could be a threat, and to of all wizards one as powerful as Dumbledore! But yes, I love this story.

Author's Response: Yes...Yes, I see what you're saying, and I wish I could have changed it. I accidentally put Scrimgeour in there instead of Fudge. *blushes* So, it was actually supposed to be Fudge in the first place, but I didn't want to change it after the chapter was up for a few months. Thanks so much for the suggestions. XD

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Review #5, by PensievePersonTom Marvolo Riddle...I Am Lord Voldemort: A Late Meeting

16th August 2006:
It drew me gave explanations for when the story is opening. I like how you have Tom in character...very few do that. He is in character because it is flat-out stated that he has no interest in "sexual pleasure" with Walburga and also how he wants to be self-sufficient with opening the chamber. Walburga sure has nerve to mention he's half-blood! I'll keep up to see how this story develops. Like it if you took a look at the way I characterize Tom in my story with Eileen Prince.

Author's Response: Thank you very much! Characterisation is very important to me, and I'm glad you liked this aspect of my story.

I'll go and see your story as soon as I have some time. It's funny, because at first, I wanted the story to be from Eileen's point of view! I still have to decide if she will be part of the plot though:)

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Review #6, by PensievePersonTo Love with Hate: Head Boy

25th June 2006:
So far this is pretty it going to get really steamy with romance between them since they are in the same dorm? I imagine Riddle will destroy her life I right?

Author's Response: Well I guess you'll have to wait and see...But as you can imagine any kind of relationship with Tom Riddle wont end up very well...Thanks for your review!!

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