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7 Reviews Found

Review #1, by adluvshp 

28th March 2011:
wow. it was a very well-written chp. the conflict, the doubt, the feel, it was all there!!

10/10

~AD

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Review #2, by LadyMalfoy23 

27th March 2011:
Brave slytherins are some of my favorite stories! :) this was really good i enjoyed hearing the thoughts and confusion and decidions of a very minor character in the war setting.

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Review #3, by MalfoysCarolinaGirl2010 

24th March 2011:
All it takes is one person to have the courage to stand up for what's right no matter what the situation is.

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Review #4, by melian 

15th August 2010:
This is the second Theodore Nott story I've read as part of this collab and I think you did an excellent job. His internal monologues and his agitation as to whether he was doing the right thing were very well done and I really enjoyed his little discourse with Pansy towards the end. And, though he was the only Slytherin left in the Great Hall, he felt free - that I thought was really revealing. An excellent excursion into the mind of the son of a Death Eater, I thought. :) Great job!

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Review #5, by Adrielne 

14th August 2010:
We start off slow, slightly unsure of what the character is like. But we get to know him and we start liking his urge to go against his father's wishes. And we reach the end: Nott is free from his father! Finally, he can make choices for himself. And here you've got me curious for what will come next!

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Review #6, by Zaphiie 

28th June 2010:
Lovely chapter! I like it, the idea of a Slytherin remaining behind. Brave Theodore!

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Review #7, by blueirony 

28th June 2010:
I loved how you used that one step to signify the weight of his decision. That was a really clever metaphor that you somehow made to sound not at all cliche. That was really impressive.

You encapsulated Theodore Nott's character perfectly. That desire, that zeal to not be his father shone through really clearly and I could really see and feel that inner turmoil and conflict that he had within him.

That last phrase was interesting. The idea that he had had freed himself from his father's voice in his head and become his own person was a really nice final thought that brought the whole piece together.

Fantastic writing!

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