Our website is made possible by displaying online advertisements to our visitors.
Please consider supporting us by disabling your ad blocker.





  
3 Reviews Found

Review #1, by melian 

22nd August 2010:
You do have to feel for Narcissa Malfoy, don't you? Because you're right, all she wanted was her family reunited and undamaged, but the war meant that she had to try to pull all sorts of strings and take all sorts of risks to achieve that. One of the themes of the books though was the strength of maternal love, and I think you showed that really well in this chapter. She was a mother and she wanted to protect her child. End of story.

Excellent job. Cheers, Mel

 Report Review

Review #2, by baletgir 

14th August 2010:
Yay! Narcissa is human! I know we knew this from reading DH, but it was really nice to see it like this.

"Or will I be passed off as some Death Eater idiot who could not tell the difference between life and death?"
Great line, and I never thought of this possibility. Though she did speak with Harry, so it was obvious to Harry that she knew he was alive, but all the same I could see the remaining Death Eaters spreading word that her silly mistake cost them the battle, they would use her as a scapegoat.

Again this was really nice and refreshing. I really enjoyed seeing Narcissa in this way.
:)BaletGir

 Report Review

Review #3, by maskedmuggle 

14th August 2010:
Well written piece! I liked all the ideas that were conveyed in here! I thought you also had a sense of mystery in it, as it's not actually told who's writing it! I'm pretty sure it's Narcissa?

Interesting perspective to read about. It's good to see that she wasn't completely horrible! It's actually nice to see that she too, had dreams and hopes. That Narcissa is a person too.

I love the line, "But what a broken family we have become." That says so much. Great story!

 Report Review
If this is your story and you wish to respond to reviews, please login
Add a Review