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5 Reviews Found

Review #1, by adluvshp 

31st March 2011:
aww so sweet. loved this one.

~AD

P.S. its 31st march already!! omg!! 73rd review!

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Review #2, by MalfoysCarolinaGirl2010 

27th March 2011:
Gotta love OCs. Interesting plotline and well written too :) off to the next storyÖ

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Review #3, by propertyoftheHBP 

14th August 2010:
I really liked this! It's always nice to read about minor characters (or were Grace and Phillip OCs?) and they were written well here. :) I like how it turns out she's good at something after all--I haven't seen much of students that are talented Healers in fics, much less in the Final Battle. I like to think that she went back to Madame Pomfrey and saved a bunch of lives.

For the most part, your grammar and everything else was pretty good, minus the dialogue tags (or whatever they're called, the periods or commas at the end of a spoken sentence were missing most of the time but it wasn't that distracting).

And kudos to you for creating your own spells! :) Great story.

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Review #4, by blueirony 

14th August 2010:
Now that was definitely an interesting way to interpret the challenge. I love the idea of an underaged student staying behind to help. And what is more, you used an OC in this and I liked that. It was almost like you used the characters of Grace and Philip in this to represent all the underaged students.

I loved the friendship the two showed to one another, though they did not really know each other. It is a truth of war that friendships are made on the battlefield and it really brought a sense of realism to this.

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Review #5, by CornishPixie 

10th July 2010:
Wow, I LOVED this look into the mind of an under-ager who stayed behind to help. I think this is how it would have gone for most of them, they would have realized, 'Oh crap, this for REAL.' and gone into hiding. But then comes a great example of camaraderie in war, and Phillip and Grace, who we know are going to be friends from now on whatever happens, band together for the cause.

Well written and a lovely read. Thank you for this!

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