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Review #1, by MerlinsPants Pity

13th July 2014:
I love all your stories.
You have an extraordinary writing talent that Joanne herself would be proud of.
Keep writing.

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Review #2, by Maddie Pity

5th September 2011:
Yet another great job! I love how you captured how evil Voldemort is in your writing! It really is chilling! Great job!
10/10

Author's Response: Wow thanks! It was so much fun to write Voldemort, and I can't wait till I write him again. Thank you for reading my other story, to be honest I didn't expect you to but I am so glad you did! Thank you for your wondeful review!

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Review #3, by SelfInducedParanoia Pity

3rd September 2011:
I found this to be quite an enjoyable read. I've always had an idea of how the scene continued once Harry ported out, and I'm amazed to see how similar it is to yours. I didn't include the dementors in it though, I had Snape arriving and telling Voldemort what had happened, with Voldemort no longer caring the slightest as his new plan was underway :P.

Again, quite an enjoyable read, and brilliantly written.

Author's Response: Thank you for the review! I'm glad you liked the story. Great minds think alike! Although I honestly just didn't think of Snape when I wrote this but that is a very good idea! Thank you, thank you, thank you once again for the lovely review!

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Review #4, by flufff Pity

20th August 2011:
Wow! That was some really amazing writing :3 I think this would have fit very smoothly into the HP world. I like how you described Voldemort, you got all the dialogue perfectly, and it was just really well-written. I haven't read your other story, but I think I might check it out... Anyways, keep writing! This was awesome, great job!

Also, if you ever have some spare time, could you R&R my ff "Darkest Night"? I would really appreciate it! Thank you!

keep it up, ~ flufff

Author's Response: Well thanks so much!! I wasn't too sure that I did Voldemort that well, but thanks for that, it was very nice to hear :) I'm glad I got it right. And I hope it would fit into the HP world, I don't like writing things that wouldn't, this is after all Harry Potter fan-fiction. I would be thrilled if you read my other story, and I'll defiantly check out your story. Thanks for the review!!

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Review #5, by Roots in Water Pity

18th August 2011:
Hmmm. this is a very interesting take on Crouch's kiss. I don't think I've ever thought about it before.

However, this definitely seems like something Voldemort would do. I think you've captured his reactions very well. Of course he wouldn't want his rebirth to be confirmed and Fudge would have had a harder time denying the proof it it was brought to court as Crouch would have been...

I could really feel Voldemort's frustration. He would try to ease it by Crucio-ing everyone. However, I don't think he had planned on there being a spare- the only reason there was one was because Cedric and Harry were too polite to just have one take it.

The dementor's allegiance to Voldemort is an interesting idea that makes sense- they are dark creatures and he is the dark lord. The only thing I had trouble believing was that dementor's could speak to him. They always seemed so unnatural and beast-like. I never thought that they would be able to communicate with humans, however inhuman that human is.

All in all, this was an interesting piece that explained a small piece of canon very well. It could very well have been a "missing-moment".

Author's Response: Thank you so much for that review! Very enlightening.
No Voldemort did not expect Cedric but what he means is that Cedric did not get away not creating much of a problem, thus the problem of the spare was smoothed over, but thank you for noticing and analyzing that, I should have made that clearer.
I like your view on the dementors, but I thought that if they can make you relive your worst memories and conversations, then perhaps the could enter your mind and plant a thought or words. They are a species and have to be able to communicate with each other somehow, and this seemed logical considering how they get into a person's head anyway.
Thank you again for that wonderful review!


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