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7 Reviews Found

Review #1, by lost_in_imagination 

16th August 2009:
Nicely written! I like the introduction especially, I think it really sounded like Luna; the silent observer:) I also think you have a good perspective on justice;) It wasn't the biggest story, but it's the little things that makes the difference, it doesn't always have to be an arrangement of some kind to unite the houses like so many others have written about. It was a nice change, original and I didn't meet any wirting errors blocking my path;p

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Review #2, by a potter po 

31st July 2009:
I've always wondered what happened to Draco and his family huddled there in the great hall in the aftermath of the final battle, now you've answered my question~ thanks!

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Review #3, by SiriuslyPeeved 

7th June 2009:
I really enjoyed this chapter and how you fit it so seamlessly into the book. McGonagall, Luna, and Neville are the necessary voice of reason. I have always wondered how the Malfoys got out of there in one piece!

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Review #4, by RonsGirlFriday 

31st May 2009:
Great job! While I could definitely understand the anger of Ernie and Romilda and everyone else, I admired Neville and Luna for what they did, particularly Neville standing in front of Romilda's wand. And when Neville addressed Lucius and accused him of being a Death Eater and asked if he would surrender, it seemed so mature and controlled - I was so proud of Neville.

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Review #5, by Celtic_Dreamer7 

31st May 2009:
I liked it. Well written, indeed. I wondered what happened to the Malfoy's after the battle. Very descriptive. A perfect example of unity. Well done.

~Celtic~

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Review #6, by long_live_luna_bellatrix 

31st May 2009:
This was a really good piece, it was very sweet to see Luna and Neville standing up for people they hated! That, above everything else, is an amazing example of house unity. It was written very well! My only concern is that until about half way through I had no idea when this was taking place, and why the whole Malfoy family was in the Great Hall. Otherwise though, nice work! I really enjoyed it!

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Review #7, by listen_to_the_silence 

31st May 2009:
That was a really moving poece of writing. I like you've portrayed Luna.

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