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6 Reviews Found

Review #1, by dirtydeedsdonedirtcheap 

25th May 2012:
What is happening here! Oh my gosh! I'm just...you're really messing with my head. I don't know if I can go on to the next chapter. How is she supposed to save Lucius if she's stuck in another 'fairytale.'

I don't even know how she could figure this one out. I can't even figure it out. I don't know where you're going with this. No theories coming from my end because I'm just...well, I feel hopeless.

Author's Response: These fairytales are very pesky, interfering with Lucius and Narcissa's happily ever after. Bahaha. I just couldn't resist jumping into the Snow White one. But don't worry about Narcissa - she's a smart witch. She'll go with the flow and somehow make it work to her advantage, in one way or another.

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Review #2, by x3CherryWatermelonx3 

1st January 2012:
Hmm...I think a new fairytale is starting to come about from the story, such as Snow White and the Seven Dwarves. Quite interesting! I'm quite intrigued, especially with this Gaspard fellow.

The moment with the mirror and the apples kind of reminded me of the Wizard of Oz, mixed with Alice in Wonderland a little bit.

Also, I just wanted you to know that you're absolutely brilliant! Your ideas and writing is mind blowing! :)

But, alas, I must leave and get to the next chapter before my curiosity kills me! O:) Tootles for now!

Author's Response: Yep, Snow White is the tale in this chapter!

And thank you so much for your wonderful compliments. -is very flattered- I'm endlessly pleased that you liked this story enough to continue reading it all the way through.


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Review #3, by halfbreed 

9th September 2011:
NO WAY, NO WAY.

So cool. But she has to get back, right? And Malfoy has to wake up! Wasn't she supposed to kiss him or something lol

Sorry these reviews kind of suck now, I'm getting really sleepy :P But! I shall not sleep, for this story will keep me reading. The plot is twisting in all sorts of angles now. To be honest, I'm not sure I like the whole angle of her being taken from the Manor, but I know you'll make me love it just as much as anything.

Have I mentioned how beautifully all the fairy tales work together? They're worked in so deeply that you'd have thought they were all meant to act as one from their creation. I have to, have to, have to know what happens next! Now it's mostly the plot keeping me going, I'll say, just to know what happens. I like Narcissa's random bouts of thought, and I'd like to see more of them! Of course, if that fits into your will, Your Writing Majesty. Because anything you do will be amazing, and I just know it.

Author's Response: I had to take Narcissa out of the Manor in order to incorporate the other fairy tales I wanted to include. Plus, it would've gotten pretty boring if it was chapter after chapter of Narcissa wandering around inside a castle while Lucius snoozed.

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Review #4, by TenthWeasley 

2nd August 2011:
If Lucius did not require eyes to approve, then neither would I.

That is so sweet and beautiful. I do think someone might be falling for Lucius... Or, at least, she'd better be.

-angry eyes-

“Lucius is twice the man you could ever hope to be, you miserable bastard.”

YOU TELL HIM, NARCISSA.

THE PAINTING. I RECOGNIZE IT. LIGHT BULB IN MY HEAD. Oh, you brilliant piece of Sarah. Does this mean she gets rescued? Does Lucius come riding in on a white steed, magically cured and able to see, and sweep her away?

This chapter took an unexpected and dramatic one-eighty twist, and I didn't even see it coming. I expected her always to be at the manor, forever until Lucius magically awoke and took her into his arms. (You've put me into a romantic state of mind, it seems.) But this! I love this, you're going to hook more and more people in as you go. I know it. Your story goes along, gathering tension and unmentioned feelings, and then WHAMMO. You deliver the hammer that no one saw coming.

The way you tell this story is unlike your telling of your other stories - it's light and delicate, as though each word is placed carefully before your readers. Dainty, I'd say. And it's such fun to read because it adds so much to your story.

I feel like I've said all this before. Do you understand your genius yet? Oh, you do? Excellent.

LOVE YOU. I cannot wait to further my ventures into your wonderful tale of Narcissa and Lucius!

:)

Author's Response: I knew that you would recognize the painting! You're quite sharp. You always catch the little bits of foreshadowing.

You and your romance! White stallions. Haa.
*Suddenly, there was an intense clomping of hooves and Lucius galloped across the sunset, perched atop a fat little donkey.

"Luce-Luce!" Narcissa swooned.

"I have come to save you!" he announced.

Narcissa ran at him in a fit of passion. Lucius stared at the sun because he was still blind and didn't know, and he thought it might make his jaw structure look regal if he looked up. Narcissa took his pimp cane and whacked him in the face with it, and she stole his donkey and ran off.*

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♥ ♥ ♥

Your review is totes awesome. I love you.


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Review #5, by TheHeirOfSlytherin 

16th July 2011:
Snow White? I've kind of made it a game to guess which fairy tale it is. It's fun. :)

NO! I hate Gaspard. What's going to happen to Lucius now? It's too horrible to even think about. :(

Overdramatic? Yeah. But that's how amazing your story is. ^_^

I love how you're bringing all these fairy tales together, yet it still reads like one story, not a collection of stories. They're all coming together. I love it. Now I need to know what's going to happen to Lucius and Narcissa. And when Gaspard is gonna get what's coming to him. And when Andromeda marries Ted. Or was that Ted? :)

Waiting excitedly for the next chapter!

10/10!

Author's Response: Ha ha! Yes, Snow White is starting to creep into the story. And awww, thank you for saying that my story is amazing! That makes me feel so wonderful, I can't even describe. :)

The next chapter will reveal a bit more, especially about Gaspard. As for Andromeda - yep, that was Ted. You see, in Deathly Hallows, when Voldemort is taunting Narcissa and Bellatrix in the beginning about how Tonks has married a werewolf, and would Draco "babysit the cubs" - Bellatrix told Voldemort that she and her sister had not laid eyes on Andromeda since she married the Mudblood (Ted). So this is my explanation as to why their relationship turned sour and why they stopped talking, at least for Narcissa.

I have written chapter 13 and will be posting it either tonight or tomorrow! :)

Thank you, as always, for reading.


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Review #6, by academica 

16th July 2011:
Oh my, what a transition! The idea to communicate through the plumbing was genius; it's too bad Narcissa never got to implement her plan. As always, your ability to describe is amazing, particularly in this chapter with the mirror. I actually felt Narcissa's terror at being taken away AGAIN by her captors, and the surge in my heart begs Lucius to figure out what happened and come rescue her pronto! :) Great work, and I can't wait to see what comes of this new turn of events!!

Author's Response: Thank you! I did like the plumbing idea, but admittedly the whole deal with writing a letter and sending it out was just a device to get Narcissa into her bedroom! I needed to somehow transport her from Lucius's bedroom to her own, so that she would see the mirror and fall into it. That was my way of getting her up there - she needed paper and a quill. :)

Poor Narcissa, always getting dragged off somewhere. It makes me very happy that you could feel the emotions in the story. Let's hope that Lucius wakes up! ;)

Thank you so much for reading and reviewing.



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