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6 Reviews Found

Review #1, by Jane_Volturi 

6th August 2009:
Oh my gosh, brilliant.
I loved this, short but explanatory of Greyback's basic life style, a werewolf, hungry for children, hates his life and tries to take out his pain on everyone surrounding him, good or bad.
I really liked your characterization because Fenrir was most definitley in character, a negative, bitter werewolf but you showed his werewolf characterisitics really well through your writing.
Despite the fact he is a very dislikeable characeter i can really feel sympathy towards him.
10/10
Katie

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Review #2, by JLHufflepuff 

20th October 2008:
As I said in my first review, I really like the psychological and philosophical points made in this chapter. The idea of Fenrir's chronic boredom leading the way to him feasting on humans. I make the connection to Conrad's Heart of Darkness, the idea that there is an animal inside of all of us. This has a very chilling, creepy quality, especially as he stalks the kid he is getting ready to bite.

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Review #3, by Labby 

16th October 2008:
This is certainly an interesting and chilling take on Fenrir's character. I liked it a lot, how you gave his views on the world that really do make sense.. how you kind of gave a statement of our society. It's interesting that it's through the point of view of a werewolf, an evil character, yet what he views is so true of the world. I really like how you create Fenrir's character like that.. I thought you did an excellent job with his story!

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Review #4, by Girldetective85 

16th October 2008:
Ooh this was a chilling look into Fenrir Greyback's existence. So this defining moment showed the first time he ever considered biting a child? His contemplation of it was really scary and unsettling, especially the way he seemed to be "watching" the child by smell. I like the kind of bitter, cynical way he thought about the world going to hell, though what he's doing to make it better I can't say. This was a really interesting chapter, I never thought of writing a character like Greyback so props to you for doing it so well!

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Review #5, by evil little devil 

10th October 2008:
Ooh that was brilliant! Absolutely stunning. Not only did you capture and write Fenrir brilliantly, but the wonder and the innocence of the child was so well done. I love the detail and description you managed to put into such a small amount of words, it really is amazing. That last line was so creepy, and such a perfect ending.

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Review #6, by long_live_luna_bellatrix 

6th October 2008:
Very, very interesting to see things from Fenrir's point of view. I liked it. The bad guy's POV is always fun to read. And Fenrir is an especially thoughtful bad guy.
My only thing is if you can find a way to make it longer, you should. The more detail you can cram in there, the better.
This was really great writing. The story was really interesting. I loved it.
Way to go!

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