Awesome companion piece! I love reading about Caitlyn's loss, and how it effects the rest of her family as well. Her resolve to become an auror is heartfelt, sincere, and completely believable. Losing someone so young is a heartbreaking tragedy, and her pain really comes through in the dialouge, thoughts, and actions.
I hope to read more about the Davis siblings!Author's Response: Thanks! I'm glad you enjoyed it! And I'm very glad that you found it believable. Having never suffered a loss like that (thankfully), I had no personal experience to draw on in regard to how she felt. But I'm glad that you think I pulled it off. Oh yeah, I'm not done with them yet. :P Report Review
Interesting story. Makes a pretty good plot- curious to see where this could lead. Any intentions of making a book from this? Really drew the readers attention. I enjoyed it!Author's Response: I'm glad you enjoyed it. And it already is. As stated in the summary and in the author's note, it's a companion piece to my story Of Demons and Dark Lords and takes place four years prior to that story. Report Review
Oh my goodness!! Oh, Lee! This was beautiful! Wonderful! And I'm so glad you wrote this.
It was absolutely wonderful, and the quote from Wicked suits it perfectly!
Poor Caitlyn. It's nice to see the whole event that I remember so well convinced Caitlyn to sign up for auror training! Ah I can't wait for the next chapter to Of Demons and Dark Lords!
Oh my goodness. This was just so brilliant all around. Wonderful! I loved it.
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House: HufflepuffAuthor's Response: Drue! I'm glad you liked it! and yeah, I was going to go for happy but the quote works for this as well. Yups, this is how she became the colder person she is in Demons and Dark Lords. Hehe, well hopefully you won't have to wait very long for the next chapter. :) Thanks for the lovely review Drue! Report Review
Leave it to Libby to make me laugh at the end of this. It was such a sad piece, yet, right at the end there is this little bit of innocent humour where the twins don't really understand what's going on.
I always wondered how Riley and Caitlyn took Jason's death. You never really delve into it in Of Demons and Dark Lords. But this works nicely as a companion piece. I really liked it.
Excellent work, Lee!Author's Response: Hehe, yup. That's Libby. I hated having to kill her off but it had to happen. Yeah, they are only around 16 years old in this since takes place four years before Demons and Dark Lords. So they are still rather young and Libby is.well, Libby. :P Yeah, I only wanted (and I think needed) to mention it but thanks to that challenge I got the idea to show what happened after his death. Anyway, glad you enjoyed it Len! Report Review
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