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4 Reviews Found

Review #1, by MalfoysCarolinaGirl2010 

31st March 2011:
YAY for Peeves making himself useful :) Great chapter now off to the next one

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Review #2, by Capella Black 

20th August 2010:
This is cool. I love how you don't have Peeves immediately thinking "oh I must help the poor children, and banish the forces of darkness!" Instead, Peeves is still Peeves, and so initially sees the mania as an extension of his usual fun. Then little by little, he directs his attentions, and begins to show concern for his side. It happens so gradually, so naturally, that not only does the reader not notice it happening, but we believe it when it catches Peeves unawares too. The way you link it together with his canon rhyme works great as well, and the way this fits so well shows how in-character the rest of it is!

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Review #3, by Jenna822 

15th August 2010:
I was so excited to see the title of this. I'm glad that someone wrote about Peeves, it was great. I love how you prtrayed him. He was helpful and devoted and brilliant. I kinda whimpered at the Fred and george bit, I was like "No, no, I can't take another Fred death." This was great, really great! --Jenna

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Review #4, by propertyoftheHBP 

14th August 2010:
Hahaha, I loved this! Your characterization of Peeves was hilarious. This would have to be the absolute best line ever seen in a fanfic:

"It was only after the battle had ended did Peeves wonder, with a slightly evil grin, how this would affect their relationship in the future now that Filch owed him his life."

xD It's genius. The story also had a sweet side, especially with the Fat Friar and near the end where Peeves reflects on being at home. I also like how he saved the little ditty for when Harry and co. came around.

This was really great, if it wasn't a part of the collab I'd favorite it on its own. :D Fantastic work!

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