Our website is made possible by displaying online advertisements to our visitors.
Please consider supporting us by disabling your ad blocker.





  
7 Reviews Found

Review #1, by Potterholic 

11th September 2007:
Wow, this was really great! I love how you took on Quirrell’s character and how he went to Albania. His arguments were convincing and it’s quite sad to think how Voldemort had influenced him. Great job, loony! 10/10

 Report Review

Review #2, by Elf_ears13 

31st July 2007:
What an interesting take! I think it was just brilliant to take that one little line and make it the basis for your story, since it really does have a ring to it, and it shows just how much Voldemort corrupted. I love Quirrel's mocking tone - of himself! You did an excellent job showing the transition of his thoughts and ideals. The opening and closing were particularly striking - the fabric his dreams were made of - grandeur the world has never known - they just had a sweeping feeling of an idealist, who happened to have ridiculous ideas. =P

 Report Review

Review #3, by I_am_ever_so_Sirius 

29th May 2007:
Woah. It's good enough to make you fell SORRY for Quirrel! 10/10

 Report Review

Review #4, by IWannaPlay 

2nd February 2007:
The inner workings of a mind on the brink of utter madness. Wonderfully done! Reminds me of a quote from Austin Powers... Oh I can't remember it exactly, but surely you know the one... I thought you were crazy before, but now, clearly I can see your nuts :X :D :D
It always amazes me to read something like this... the thougts of someone who just swears they are right, when in reality they are a total nutter.
Wonderfully done, 10/10 from me!

Author's Response: Thank you very much! I think that's the reason why people like Voldemort have success at all - because from within, it's so hard to tell if you're nuts or sane or something in between... what is sanity anyway? Good old Quirinius was a lot of fun to write, trust me. ;) Again, thank you so much, and I'm sorry it took me so long to reply. ~Loony

 Report Review

Review #5, by Jessi_Rose 

21st October 2006:
Eeek! I've been waiting to get to this story, because I've had my proper review in mind for ages! I love the way you wrote Quirrel - so naive and easily manipulated. Tying in Voldemort was a masterful move on your part... It would have been so easy to skip and you just plowed through will brilliance. Very, very good job my dear. It deserves nothing less than 10/10!

Author's Response: What would a story about Quirrell be without good old Voldy? :P Brilliance? *looks around* Who, me? *blushes* Have a cookie, Jessi! No, two cookies! Or... no, take the whole box! :D Thanks again. ;)

 Report Review

Review #6, by andharrywokeup 

14th October 2006:
Quirrel’s brain sure is cluttered. You sure did a fantastic job of portraying that - very well done! It is amazing how he is completely brainwashed into thinking what he is doing is right. You have done a great job of portraying typical human nature. Excellent job, Loony! 10/10! ~ andy x x

Author's Response: I hope he's not all too typically human, lol! His brain is admittedly a scary place to be. But it was worth it! Thank you so much for your nice review. =) ~Loony


 Report Review

Review #7, by Mrs Insane One 

11th October 2006:
A very interesting way of presenting the idea of good and evil. It was a good example of the lengths that I think Voldemort would have gone through to convince witches and wizards to become his followers and the way he would have treated them once a person joined his side.

I thought the entire story was well written and the POV you chose to write it in fit it perfectly I think. Well done! - Jenn

Author's Response: Thank you so much! Quirrell really wrote himself, it just happened so easily... and yes, that did scare me! And it was way too much fun to write him. I'm glad that you think I portrayed the process of joining Voldemort well! ~Loony

 Report Review
If this is your story and you wish to respond to reviews, please login
Add a Review