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Review #1, by Snoopyy Where We Used to Play

30th March 2012:
Perfect, asoulutly perfect in every way possible. The emotion was so strong right now I'm close to tears. To be hoest this is the first Song-Fic I've ever read because I didn't like the idea of them, but you've changed my mind on that subject.

This is a perfect place for George and Angelina to have their first kiss. After emotion and all that it was good to have something good to happen to George. I'm sure Fred would be smiling from his grave.

Wonderfully written and now I'm going to give you my favorite line. "She cried, and as I held her, her tears were like phoenix tears." Wow that was a great way to write that about her crying. She was healing him with sorrow which was unusual.

And I couldn't believe you almost killed of George D: If both Weasley twins were dead I would cry so much. They are my favorite characters because of all the jokes they bring into the books.

Good Song-Fc which shows a different side of George you never see. Nice work and a good read.

Snoopy x

Author's Response: Thanks so much! Glad you enjoyed it. :)

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Review #2, by Woulx Where We Used to Play

21st April 2011:
This made me cry. And I'm serious, that's not just something I say to express that it was sad, tears are seriously streaming down my cheeks.

Fred and George are my complete favourites of everyone, besides Sirius Black.

This was so fantastic written, and it kind of felt like you were J.K. Rowling when you described so perfectly how George felt about losing his twin brother. The part about Angelina and George were also fantastic.

Don't think I have anything more to say than: I LOVE IT!

Author's Response: Oh my gosh, you totally just made my day! Thank you so much!

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Review #3, by silverstarletworld89 Where We Used to Play

30th March 2011:
Awww man Fred and George fics post-hogwarts always get me soo teary!! This was soo sad, I always think that Fred shouldn't have died. It was just tooo cruel!! I really liked how you portrayed George here, you could really sense his pain. And omg the little twist at the end, it certaintly swifted the mood. Good pacing and I enjoyed how you got so much in in just a few words:-)

Good Job
Silverstarletworld:-)

Author's Response: Thanks so much!

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Review #4, by strawberrydarhling Where We Used to Play

20th March 2011:
I loved this and that was a great reason as for why geroge and Angelina got together.

You have done an amazing job on this and have portrayed George and Angelina's emotions and characters perfectly.

Megan
xx

Author's Response: Thanks! I really appreciate it!

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Review #5, by krazyboutharryginny Where We Used to Play

20th March 2011:
:(

Oh my Godd...

sadness.

But I really love the idea of that being how Angelina and George got together, that is honestly the sweetest thing.

great job! very sweet and touching!

Author's Response: Yes, sad. Sweet, though? I mean, I guess...I would've thought more creepy, since she says his brother's name, but whatever floats your boat! Thanks for stopping by!

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Review #6, by gingersnape Where We Used to Play

10th March 2011:
Hello dearie, I'm here again, this time with your review that will thankfully sound good! *wipes forehead*
This was stunningly written, and I couldn't have picked a better song to go with it myself! The lyrics matched brilliantly with the story, and the message came across very well in so few words, which is something that I find absolutely amazing. Overall, it was great not only in the writing, but also in presenting the most logical explination for George/Angelina I've seen. Great story and I can't wait to read more of Thorn as well as the Marauders quartet pieces,
-ginger

Author's Response: D'aww, thanks! I can't wait to read your piece! Your song actually came on yesterday as I was doing dishes, and I seriously yelled "GINGER!" and splashed water all over myself.

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