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6 Reviews Found

Review #1, by adluvshp 

30th March 2011:
hehe nice nice.

i liked this one.

~AD

P.S. 70th review!! woohoo!

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Review #2, by MalfoysCarolinaGirl2010 

27th March 2011:
Ah I was wondering when Astoria would enter the story it's interesting how she's never mentioned really in the books but she marries one of the main characters or at least one of the main villains

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Review #3, by momotwins 

18th August 2010:
Astoria is definitely a Slytherin here. I do get a little tired sometimes of her fanon portrayal as more of a Gryffindor personality, so it was a refreshing change to read this. I like the line where she decides it isn't worth fighting over - I think that would be a very Slytherin attitude. Ah but then she decides it's better to stop the fight. A very interesting portrayal of Astoria overall!

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Review #4, by blueirony 

14th August 2010:
What I loved about this was how teenager you portray Astoria to be. And, trust me, that is an absolute compliment. I can imagine her frustration at the timing of the battle and her subsequent frustration with herself.

I also love how you brought Draco into this. We all know that they ended up together and it was just a nice tie-in into this story.

Astoria's voice came very clearly through this and it was just really enjoyable to read... it's so strange that I really had fun reading this considering the setting of it, but that is kudos to you as a writer!

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Review #5, by propertyoftheHBP 

24th July 2010:
I absolutely love your characterizations of Astoria and Draco in this, they were by far my favorite part of this, though it was all amazing. The second I started reading, I knew that it was about a Slytherin, because of the line:

"and now the news breaks out that we have to go to battle. Battle."

Of course no one had to go to battle, and given that she's underage, they don't actually want her at the battle--of course she's going to say something like that. I loved it. :D

In the end, I love how Draco's hiding because Crabbe died. We never see any sort of friendship between them, but there must have been some. So even though he and his dialogue actually made me sad a little, it was nice to see him greiving over Crabbe.

I like how Astoria isn't fully on Voldemort's side--yes, she may believe in the cause, but it's refreshing to see someone who does but opposes the war.

I loved this one just as much as I loved your other collab oneshots! Once again, great job. :D

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Review #6, by queen_luna 

5th July 2010:
Gosh, how many stories have you written for this collab now? You're making me seem lazy for only writing one :P

Anyway, I liked this one-shot! Mostly because of your take on Astoria's character. She seems like your typical, foolish, boy-obsessed teenage girl--qualities that she really can't be blamed for since she's, well, a teenage girl (plus the fact that she's probably lived a very sheltered life). However, I like the fact that she wants to stop the killing--it gives the impression that though she might believe in the pureblood prejudices that have been fed to her since a very young age, deep inside she knows right from wrong. I also like how you included Draco--it seems like this is the start of their relationship.

Okay, I will stop my analytical ramblings now. Great job, Sarah! :)

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