Reading Reviews for Through the Crack of a Whip
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Review #1, by Rebecca Through the Crack of a Whip

29th March 2010:
This was a really good story, I can hardly ever find anything good about Blaise. Very well written and it matched the character perfectly. Good job!

Author's Response: I know, Blaise is a little bit underappriciated on here (unless it's a homosexual portrayal *dies*). I am glad that you liked it so much! I tried to stick to his canon as much as possible.

Thanks for the review!

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Review #2, by epicrawrr Through the Crack of a Whip

5th February 2010:
very nicely done. i like it.
crack of a whip.. i love how author's always somehow end up adding the title/parts of the title in the story, eventually. it makes you go "OOh look the title! wow this author's awesome". yah.. you made me do that :)

9/10 :) *9/10 in my books means like 110% smile :)*

Author's Response: Oh yay! I always pick my one-shot titles after I write it for that purpose exactly :] Or in this case, I thought it up, thought it was epic, and wrote the story around it LOL

Anyways, I am glad you liked it! And super glad it got 110% in your book *parties* ^^

Thanks for the review hun!
PS, like the name, epicrawrr very nice :P

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Review #3, by gryffindorrocker Through the Crack of a Whip

24th December 2009:
that's really sad, I never usually feel sorry for Blaise except in stories where he and Hermione are actually twins. (i'm weird)

Author's Response: haha, that's okay I read stories where they are twins too ^_^

Thank you! I was aiming for sympathy for him!

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Review #4, by amyincharleston Through the Crack of a Whip

23rd December 2009:
Good writing form and good interpretation of Blaise and his thoughts. Great job

Author's Response: Thank you so much! I really appriciate it
PS congratulations forbeing my 200th reviewer EVER on hpff!

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Review #5, by SThomasF Through the Crack of a Whip

22nd December 2009:
I thought this was a very good story. Especially the part about all his fathers and his mother.

It would be interesting you could continue the story. Again Good Job

Author's Response: Why thank you! I really appriciate your thoughts! I really liked writing this version of Blaise, so I am actually thinking over writing more on him! Thanks again!

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Review #6, by theelderwand Through the Crack of a Whip

22nd December 2009:
Excellent piece of work here!

You've really managed to get inside Blaise's head, here. The descriptions of his mother, from her being passed out on the floor to her forcing him to associate with Malfoy, were exceedingly well written.

The parade of horrible fathers was excellent, right down to the beatings. You've really developed a thorough, logial and well thought out back story for Blaise here. There's so little in canon to work with; you've extrapolated on it here wonderfully.

Your best flourish, i think, is capitalizing on his last name, which always makes him "the last man standing." Brilliant.

The sorting hat's speech is nearly a judgment, a sentence. At such a young age, he's already been molded, or maybe warped is a better word.


Author's Response: Hello! Thanks for reviweing! I am glad you liked the fathers, its something I wasnt sure of I overdid or not.

Yes! Warped is a fabulous word for it! hehe

Thanks again ever so much!

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