5 Reviews Found

Review #1, by MalfoysCarolinaGirl2010 

31st March 2011:
A valiant effort by the fat lady now off to the next chapter

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Review #2, by Capella Black 

19th August 2010:
This is a very cool and unusual take on things! I love the Fat Lady, but I can somehow completely imagine her managing to be this easily distracted and self-absorbed.

You've managed to make the Fat Lady both caring and selfish, loving and careless, and that's quite a feat, particularly as she somehow still seems like one coherent identity. It really makes me wonder more about who the original fat lady was!

Really nice and funny one shot - a great contrast to many of the other pieces, and a reminder that even in this moment of canon, there's still room for comedy.

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Review #3, by melian 

18th August 2010:
You know, for someone I have never really thought about before this collab, I do love reading about the Fat Lady. The battle from the point of view of a portrait way up on the seventh floor, well away from the bulk of the fighting, is a fascinating one, and I loved her train of thought on this one. Her singing voice being a punishment to the Death Eaters is priceless, and her distaste at how "Slytherin" the school has become was hilarious. For such a minor character, I really think you've captured her brilliantly. Well done!

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Review #4, by momotwins 

18th August 2010:
This was hilarious. I love the end. I can completely picture this being the world from inside the Fat Lady's mind. You put a lot of great touches in here, like her friend Violet, Sir Cadogan, and thinking the school is too Slytherin without Dumbledore. Of course being a Gryffindor Headmaster would be a strong influence on the school, it's an interesting point. Fun little chapter!

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Review #5, by Jenna822 

14th August 2010:
Okay, I didn't expect to find a Portrait story amongst the masses, but this was fantastic. It was really odd, but in the sense that it was supposed to be. I liked how she was thinking those things about Snape, I really did. I was throw at first at the mention of Violet, but now that I think back, I remember. The part at the end about the curls was funny. I guess we can't expect a painting to really have that much emotional investment in the situation. :D --Jenna

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