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6 Reviews Found

Review #1, by Celtic_Dreamer7 

6th August 2011:
Wow. I wondered if anyone would come back as a ghost. Charity was not one I had expected but this made for a great read. All the pranks on Snape would have been very funny to witness. I love how you've combined it with cannon events. It makes its all more realistic when reading. I can just imagine poor Snape having to deal with his double life, headmaster duties, the Dark Lord and a revengeful ghost. Great story.

~Celtic~
Celtic_Dreamer7
Slytherin

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Review #2, by parashar_harry 

9th September 2010:
its unique.but i dont think charity was to afraid of death to be a ghost as she wrote boldly against dark lord and infavour of muggles.

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Review #3, by momotwins 

22nd August 2010:
Ha, Charity came back to haunt Snape! It's a shame he didn't live long enough for her to REALLY get him, like Myrtle did to Olive Hornsby. "Angry Tingle" XD It was funny, but sad at the same time because Charity doesn't know that Snape would have saved her if he could. I'm not a fan of Snape, but I still see the sad irony in this story. Great writing.

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Review #4, by 1917farmgirl 

15th August 2010:
That was refreshingly original! I NEVER would have seen that plot coming and it was such a nice change from the angst and heartache of the actual Battle.

How did you ever think of putting those characters together? Snape with his own personal Peeves. Classic.

Makes you wonder if either one of them's perspective on the other changed after Snape himself was killed.

Way to go! Very enjoyable. :)

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Review #5, by propertyoftheHBP 

15th August 2010:
Oh. My. Goodness. How do you keep coming up with the absolute best ideas, one right after the other? This is both a hilarious and a serious piece at the same time and I just love the thought of it. I can totally see Charity doing this, and the thought of Snape having a personal Peeves is too funny for words. Anything to make his year as Headmaster worse, huh? I also really like how this picks up right before where Snape flees--it certainly gives the excuse as to why he was walking the corridors that late, and it's a funny scene preceding a very serious one.

So, I loved this! Like with many of your other pieces for this, I'd favorite it on its own if I could. Fantastic job!! :)

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Review #6, by AndrinaBlack 

14th August 2010:
You did a really good job with this. Given the title, with the promise of excessive nicknames, I was afraid that it was something completely silly, but it exceeded my expectations. This story was funny and somehow a bit sad too at the same time, given that we know what happened to Charity and that she now seems to have found a bit of her inner Myrtle. I had never thought about her perhaps becoming a ghost, though I haven't really thought of much of a story to her in anyway. :P You had a lot of creative little ideas in this, of what Charity was doing and a lot of them made me smile. I'm glad that she however anyway doesn't seem really mean and really bitter, but like she might soon leave Snape alone (even if he didn't die) as she was only teaching him a lesson. I enjoyed the story a lot!

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