Oh wow, this was such a good story. It was so poetic too!! I was really thinking it was going to be Lupin, but it was Greyback. That was so clever, making it Greyback, esp since he's always acting so tough. This idea was so clever and unusual; I really liked it!! I esp love how you were writing from the mind of the werewolf, and informed the reader as you went a long: that's my favorite kind of writing style. Amazing job!!!Author's Response: Thanks! I had tonnes of fun writing this one, I\\\'m so glad you enjoyed it =] Thanks for reviewing. Report Review
Wow. I really liked the way you wrote this. The voice of the wolf in he back of the brain was fantastic. It was very atmospheric and creepy.
The only thing that struck me as odd was the random rhyming couplets you stuck in your prose. It kinda drew me out of the prose. I'm probably the only one who had that problem. So just ignore this.
Overall, great snap-shot!
~GailAuthor's Response: Everyone has their own tastes but I'm really glad you enjoyed it anyway =]
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Sian that was amazingly good. I love it!Author's Response: Thanks Shaz! *hugs* Report Review
*peers cautiously out the window looking for a full moon*
Oh what a creepy, short one-shot. I don't think I've enjoyed something so short but extremely well-written. Any longer and it would have dragged.
;) Loved the ending!Author's Response: lol! Just don't go outside and you'll be safe xD
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This was really good.
It sounded like the werewolf within Greyback was fighting a battle mentally with him.
Great one shot, I loved it!Author's Response: Thanks so much! *hugs* Report Review
Wow! This was amazing! Your so aware of the sounds and metric rhythms that the sentences unfold, very clever!
In a poetry sense, when reading this aloud its almost takes the form of iambic pentameter, which i'm guessing is quite hard to get right as your writing in sentences and paragraphs rather than lines. And very much like original usage of iambic pentameter, it has the 'pounding' of a heartbeat beneath the surface which fits perfectly with the chase you have portrayed!
Well done again!Author's Response: Iambic pentameter? I didn't even realise I was doing that xD Shakespeare really is getting to me.
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