6 Reviews Found

Review #1, by MalfoysCarolinaGirl2010 

29th March 2011:
so many twins dead.So sad.Well i'm off to the next chapter.Wish me luck...

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Review #2, by melian 

15th August 2010:
I really like how you did this - not naming anyone or even giving a gender, so that the reader would automatically think of Fred and George instead of Padma and Parvati. And how you had Parvarti the one killed so that you could refer to the Gryffindor robes, again feeding that deliberate misconception. I had forgotten about the Patil twins and I suspect that you made the assumption that most people would have, but you really got them here I think. That twin bond, even though they were in different houses, would have remained strong and the death of one would certainly have resulted in these emotions in the other. Excellent work. :)

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Review #3, by alicia and anne 

14th August 2010:
oh my! at first I thought this was about Fred and George but no it's Parvati and Padma wow, just wow. That was so beautifully written and kept me eager to know the end and that twist was so fantastic! I would have made this a favourite if it wasn't in a collaboration. Just WOW

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Review #4, by ericajen 

14th August 2010:
Oh, wow. I haven't ready a Padma Parvati fic yet, and this one was just amazing. The way you described death was very eloquent while at the same time it was tragic and depressing. And I think that this was an excellent, original idea for a story. Obviously, most twin death stories about Fred. So this is really a fresh take on that situation. And I really like it. Well done.

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Review #5, by blueirony 

14th August 2010:
I loved how at the start of this, I was totally confused but, by the end, it all made perfect sense. That is so sad that Parvati died. So, so sad. Another innocent person lost and it was really sad to read. But I did love how Padma drew strength from Parvati's death. That was really nice.

I absolutely adored the first half of this. Something about your choice of vocabulary, the sentence structure, the way you wrote it was just... it really struck me. I wish I could write like that. It really got me interested in this and it was just really lovely writing. It's the type of writing that I gush over and it was a joy and pleasure to read.

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Review #6, by theelderwand 

12th July 2010:
What a brilliant reveal. I was so sure this was a Fred/George tail - how blind of me to forget the other set of twins at the fight.

The opening is some of the best writing I've read out here; exceptionally well turned phrases all.

Great tale


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