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Review #1, by Cathie Lullaby

23rd June 2010:
Beautiful.simply beautiful.I love it!

Author's Response: Thanks, I really appreciate it. I haven't written in a long time, and your review made me go back and have a look at this songfic. Maybe I should try another one. Fin

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Review #2, by Richter Vans Lullaby

18th August 2007:
Yes, is a very dark story, filled with. well, the cure... and dementors, is there something more dark??, like the cure, like your writing, is amazing, one thing I’d like to read about, how do your think the dementors are born?? I have my theories, I want to hear yours.

Author's Response: :)
I'm so glad you came and had a look at my other stories!

At the beginning of HBP Fudge mentions to the Muggle Prime Minister that the Dementors are breeding. I personally can't picture a mummy-Dementor and daddy-Dementor crossing DNA.
They are all identical and serve the one purpose, so when I picture them 'breeding' it is sort of like in Gremlins (not Mogwai, but the horrid green ones) when they are hit with water; a great swollen pus-filled boil grows on their backs. When the growth is big enough it bursts open (sorry if you're eating) and there we have a fully formed Dementor which unfurls like some nightmarish butterfly.

Maybe this can be a thread on the forums (or maybe already is), it's an interesting, if not repulsive, thought.

Thank you so much for your great reviews, it's nice to have to think beyond what I've written and answer questions.

Fin.


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Review #3, by SorceresSectumSempra Lullaby

7th August 2007:
I'm Sorry! I'm Sorry Sorry Sorry Sorry Sorry OH SO SORRY! That it took me so long to read and review this...my life simply wasn't allowing it! But now I have finally read it and so IT'S ALL GOOD NOW!

Anyway, totally amazing oneshot! =) It was nice and dark and gloomy...which is always good and entertaining to read every once and a while...hehe

But oh yes, totally interesting point of view to use...a criminal going to his death...oh how freakish...totally made me lift up my hands and wave them around...which is a sign that I am feeling a bit freaked out haha

Dementors are creepishly awesome...oh yesss

HMM AH EEKSO! The character's name is never mentioned! I'm upset! Well not really...can't really ever describe how I feel...but also this gives me a bit of fun! I can give the character a name myself! bwaha...I just have an obsession with naming things! hehe I mean I named the tissue box so naturally I like to name other things...like my stapler is Socorro because my stapler is just brilliant so he got a name. So HMMM now I must sit and try to figure out a name for this character...even though there really isn't a use for giving him a name...but I still will give him one anyway! bwahaha because I'm simply weird like that.

Fantasteriffic Oneshot! And you continue to be brilliant and amazingly talented at writing! It's wonderful, It's marvelous!

-Nicole



Author's Response: It's so so so so so so so fine!!!! :)
I'm glad you finally got to it and thank you for the avalanche of gushing praise, I'm a little overwhlemed.

I had another idea for a one shot, which I am glad has been put on the back burner because it would have just been your stock standard mushy rubbish.

I really enjoyed sinking my teeth into this little monster and I highly recommend you listen to the song if you don't know it already, then you get all the skin crawling, creepy hushed tones of Robert Smith's voice.

You can call this man whatever you like, but he was originally going to be Barty Crouch Jnr (you know how I like to work within canon) but I always wanted to go to Azkaban (in a literary sense). So he became this tormented creature, who is much more pathetic and lost.

Yes, the Dementors!
I would never want to meet one, but what a brilliant addition to our list of ghoulies and things-that-go-bump-in-the-night.

Again, thanks for this stupendous review, I love it :)

Fin


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Review #4, by durotar Lullaby

2nd August 2007:
This really intruiged me, I loved it. Your description is really beautiful, and your choice of words are perfect. I also love The Cure, so well done for the brilliant song choice too! :D I'm favouriting.

Author's Response: Thank you so, so much. As I noted it was very satisfying to write something this dark, so I'm glad you think it worked. I really appreciate it.
The Cure, what a back catalogue! I'll be dipping my toes in this again :)


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