6 Reviews Found

Review #1, by adluvshp 

31st March 2011:
aww. good to read about myrtle's change. =) well written.


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Review #2, by MalfoysCarolinaGirl2010 

27th March 2011:
Yay for Myrtle she isn't as cold hearted as she used to be :) off to the next story

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Review #3, by In The Shadows I Dwell 

22nd August 2010:
Is that Myrtle not feeling sorry for herself I see? How interesting. She always seemed so closed away from the world stuck more in her own misery that she often failed to see what was really going on in the world around her and you've captured this perfectly. However, what came as the greatest shock to me was the fact that she was able to change this so quickly, and what it took was Colin's death to do so. The death of a student she did not even know the name of too!

However, I can see why exactly this would affect her, perhaps it would take something that shocking to make her see what she had been neglecting to see all these years and the fact that despite being a ghost you have given her the chance to become someone new is brilliant and quite ingenious. Well done on this brilliant fic, I absolutely loved seeing the change between the "old" Myrtle and the "new" Myrtle, and quite personally, I love the new one even more!

Keep up the great work!
- Ashlee

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Review #4, by blueirony 

14th August 2010:
See? Underneath that exterior, Myrtle is just another teenaged girl like the rest of them, just another teenaged girl with thoughts, feelings and emotions like the rest of them. And you really brought that through in this.

I love that you showed her witnessing Colin and Luna. I love that it took that to show that Myrtle really had some feeling inside her, beneath that tortured character that we see in the books. And to see her turn over a leaf in this was really lovely. You really got her character spot-on.

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Review #5, by theelderwand 

5th July 2010:
This was just great!

I love what you've done with Myrtle. I never would have thought of her persepctive in the battle, as Riddle's first victim. I thought you expanded her character her brilliantly, after showing what a firm grasp you have of her from cannon. Right down to her indignation at being "run through" by armor and owls. Excellent!

Her identification with the young girl at the end was perfect.

I really liked this!


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Review #6, by tgfoy 

4th July 2010:
Strangely beautiful, it brought a tear to my eye, good old Myrtle.

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