7 Reviews Found

Review #1, by alicia and anne 

14th August 2011:
Oh wow! I never would have thought to write from a wands point of view! you're brilliant! an actual genius!
You wrote this so well and I loved it! I loved that the wand had feelings and was just thinking about how he doesn't want to put his full power behind spells.
It's extremely weird to read from a wands point of view but you made it work so well. You are just amazing!

alicia and anne

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31st August 2010:

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Review #3, by In The Shadows I Dwell 

20th August 2010:
WOW! I never thought of the Elder Wand as having a perspective in the final battle, yet at the same time I now realize how foolish it was of me to hold this opinion. It was clearly one of the most instrumental objects in the entire book and you've used it's perspective to perfection to tell a rather different account of the final defining moment of the battle. It's interesting that it can sense it's true master, yet at the same time, it would have to be able to, as it is described as knowing it's true master, it must for them to be able to perform this exceptional magic that they are promised.

Yet at the same time, the description of Voldemort's frustration and it's journey from hand to hand in that final year really tied the entire piece together nicely. It was well written and an absolute pleasure to read, keep up the brilliant work!

- Ashlee

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Review #4, by maskedmuggle 

19th August 2010:
Wow. This was amazing. Obviously, the perspective was the stand-out amazement here. I loved how you wrote the perspective from the wand. Absolutely loved it.

Everything is great, it's well written, and it goes with the DH story. You gave the wand a great personality? mind? Its thoughts were fascinating to read! I loved this, a really enjoyable read :)

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Review #5, by theelderwand 

19th August 2010:
Very cool characterization of the death stick here. Cold, calculating, but determined. This was a very novel idea for a one-shot, and I must say I liked it quite a bit. The flourish of the wand deciding to weakly chanel Voldy's magic was great.

Nicely done!


P.S. "I have fallen in and out of human consciousness and become a myth, the stuff of legend" Yep, that pretty much describes me. LOL!

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Review #6, by propertyoftheHBP 

14th August 2010:
O_O Wow, this is such an incredibly original idea! You executed it perfectly as well--I'm not quite sure how to put it, but the story sounded like one would expect a wand to. It had that strict air of formal-ness that most people don't think in, if that makes any sense, and its ignorance between the people (wielder, master, the blond) is really interesting. I loved the "My journey is complete" line at the end, as well.

Needless to say, I loved the whole thing! This was a fantastic idea written fantastically well. :)

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Review #7, by Northumbrian 

14th August 2010:
Just when I think that every possible angle on this battle has been examined, you come up with something like this. That first paragraph is brilliant. the first sentence captures the attention, then you tell us who and what and despite knowing what will, inevitably, happen. At that final moment, wand or not Harry managed to put doubt into Voldemort.

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