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Review #1, by American Ginny The Order I Regretted

30th December 2010:
Wow... Wow... oh. my. gosh. Wow. This was... just wow. Fantastic story! Amazing. Unlike anything i have ever read. I read the first sentence and thought, "This is going to be a good story." Never did I dream that it would be this good! There a few grammatical mistakes, but that is always expected. Best story ever read! By far! 10/10

Author's Response: OMG, thank you so much! I am very glad you liked it :)

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Review #2, by Vermouth The Order I Regretted

30th November 2010:
WOW... Imagine a female counterpart of Severus Snape.

The emotions you described are very acute, though I still don't understand why Elisa couldn't just kill Draco instead. Maybe she's just one level too low compared with that of Severus Snape: just do your job and don't think of the consequences, for no matter how hard you try, Lily won't be coming back.


10/10

By the way, would you consider reviwing my story? It's got ten chapters so far.

Author's Response: Ah well, Elisa was never a Snape, see. I like to think that as dedicated as she was to bringing down Voldemort, she too was in love with Draco and maybe, just maybe, she had seen enough of killing and had had enough.

Thanks for reviewing :)


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Review #3, by Kerichi The Order I Regretted

15th November 2010:
I was drawn to your banner, and after reading the story I think the design captures the mood wonderfully although your characterization of Draco, his thoughts and voice, is very different from how I see the character.

but bear in mind that I will talk to him about this and as his most faithful Death Eater, he will listen to me.

Without being conscious of it I went to her and put my arms around her small and fragile body. I held her as we both wept, and I who had wept only once before in my life was weeping for all I have done and will do.

I never got the idea he was trusted, and Bellatrix wins for most faithful, but I think if you edit the story genres to AU, Horror/Dark, Angst, readers looking for a different kind of Draco story will know they've found it and better enjoy the dark fairy tale quality of your prose.

Author's Response: Yes, you are absolutely right about the AU thing. I wrote this pre-Deathly Hallows, so it doesn't take the last book into account at all. Thanks for reviewing :)

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