4 Reviews Found

Review #1, by onestop_hpfan18 

1st August 2016:
I felt so much tension and emotion when Harry put his hand on James's arm, trying to reach out only for James to diconnect so quickly like that. I'm happy that James turned the game around, but I'll be even happier when father and son get their big moment.

Author's Response: Nnnngggh poor Harry and James... thanks for reviewing!

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Review #2, by slytherinchica08 

14th June 2014:
Wow I felt so bad for James at how poorly he had been doing at the beginning of his match. But the fact that he had been able to pull it off and switch around his luck is pretty amazing! I hope that things go well for him tomorrow with the call! Anyways another great chapter and I can't wait to read more!


Author's Response: Yup, James is a much better player than he gives himself credit for, to be able to turn that match around. Poor boy lets nerves cripple him at the worst of times. Thanks for reviewing :)

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Review #3, by imacullenpottergirl 

25th January 2013:
Wow. Can I just say that I completely admire your talent for writing Quidditch matches. Completely. You are just amazing. Gosh.

Great chapter. What else can I say. AMAZING chapter :)
- Abhi

Author's Response: I used to wish JK put more Quidditch into the books, and couldn't understand why she didn't. Then I started trying to write them, and I realised why she avoided them - it's really hard to write them! So I'm really glad you enjoy the ones I write :) Thanks for reviewing!

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Review #4, by Slide 

26th October 2012:
Failed to review this chapter after reading it? Moi? Nooo. No. Not meee. Okay, maybe me. Good stuff, again. You know me and the Quidditch scenes; love 'em. Obviously all chapters are James chapters but this is a really GOOD James chapter, it's very much About Him and presents him in his best light. I do love James. Him rising to the occasion after all the horrendous tension is both heartening and adorable. And Daddy issues! Must know! Must know! *claws at screen*

Stefan better make it on his team now. Not just because he's a sweetheart, but also because James will feel awful if he misses out because of him. And it would be a bit of a silly thing for Stefan to do, sweet as it might be! Hrrm. Cato going to this dance. This must be happening for a Bigger Dramatic Reason. I have Suspicions.

Author's Response: Oh, you and your forgetfulness! Yeah, this is definitely the point at which the pressure on James threatens to cripple him. Luckily, here he has the strength of mind to overcome it, though he wasn't far off a complete melt down! Daddy issues. Well, you know them now; that's what happens when it takes me a week to reply!

Stefan's act wasn't necessarily a silly one - take James' performance out of the equation and it's quite easy to reason that Stefan did what he did because he felt that the Falcons didn't have a big enough points barrier; that they could score more goals and get a better points difference. In effect, he backed himself to still be the one to catch the Snitch even if he missed his first chance. That's what makes him such a good Seeker, and is why there was never any doubt in him making his squad :) But yes, James would have been a bit of a wreck if that had backfired! Cato going to the dance HAS REASONS. You will like. I hope. But you will have to wait for that :) Thanks for reviewing!

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