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7 Reviews Found

Review #1, by _hermione_jean_malfoy_ 

2nd August 2009:
oh, i love that! but then, i love anything Violet_Gryffindor writes!

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Review #2, by SilverShadow04 

13th July 2009:
Wow, brilliantly written as always. I cannot wait to see your name in print for I will most definitely by your books ^_^. The only mistake I saw were two typos "brining" and "tired" I believe. Other then that a fantastic story, you always make me love stories that I would always hesitate to try.

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Review #3, by Pookha 

21st June 2009:
Wow! This was one of the best pieces I have read on this site. Your prose clearly shows the characters emotions and the horrors of the war that spilled over even into the Muggle world (I assume it was a parallel between the Wizard War and WWII, as it has been shown that Muggle and Wizard Wars parallel each other.)

I really love Minerva serving in a Muggle hospital and her having given up something she loves as much as she does Quidditch. I love the characterization of DD losing himself to his rage during the duel with GW; it feels very Jedi giving in to rage which is an archetype that fits DD very well.

You obviously are a student of how to describe and characterize and I'm honoured to have been able to read such a good story.

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Review #4, by RonsGirlFriday 

10th June 2009:
This is amazing. One of my favorite stories in this collaboration so far! I like the angle you took on the theme, and all of the various characters you incorporated.

Minerva's role was interesting, because even though she didn't go to fight, she seemed very integral - even more so because you began and ended with her.

I especially like how you took "For the greater good" and flipped it so that it became representative of Dumbledore's truly good purpose, and of your story as a whole.

Your writing is wonderful, and you have such a talent for expressing things. I liked this line in particular:

"It would have become just you too quickly, Gellert."

There were other lines that I liked as well, but that one just seemed perfect, and it sounded so much like Dumbledore, especially the Dumbledore who has become much older and wiser since his friendship with Grindelwald.

Awesome job!

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Review #5, by lovedraco4ever 

9th June 2009:
Brilliant Susan! I think this is actually one of the best I've ever read. The descriptions were amazing, the emotions were so real. You captured Dumbledore's personality and actions so perfectly, as well as Minerva's. The letter was very good as well, a perfect ending. In short, I loved it. :D
10/10, amazing as usual. ^_^

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Review #6, by JLHufflepuff 

8th June 2009:
I still can't get over the poignancy all your writing seems to have. I love the wa you depict McGonagall simply and obviously before her days at Hogwarts? I think her relationship with Dumbledore seems really interesting, the way there is sort of a common understanding between them. I think the theme of unity is skillfully and subtly included with the Blacks and Weasleys being present and in the way Dumbledore is attempting to truly live up to their motto for For the greater good.

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Review #7, by Celtic_Dreamer7 

6th June 2009:
Wow. Completely spellbound. You've written a very good story. I am amazed. I wondered about that battle and you have really described the scene perfectly. I also love how you included characters from the books. Its good to be able to read a little into what they were like that young.

Very well written. An enjoyable read. Well done, indeed.

~Celtic~

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