Brava!! Brava!! I really liked this. It had just enough drama for a one-shot. The characters were perfect, and you gave a nice little look into the future. I love the pairing and in my opinion you definitely did them justice. Report Review
This was an adorable one-shot! I love the Weasleys -- reading them, writing about them, all of it. They are by far my very favorite fictional family of all time, and there's just something about them, you know? And I've gotten pretty fond of the George/Angelina pairing, too, since one of the novels I beta revolves around this ship. I think you wrote them very well here!
I went through a period where I read a lot of fic about the twins, and especially about George coping with Fred's death. I can't even imagine how hard it would be to lose a sibling, but I thought it was especially painful to hear that Fred was afraid of dying. Poor George -- I don't wonder he's feeling guilty, although Angelina's right to try and talk him down from that. But I love the promise that they made to each other, to talk about him every day, because that's the best way to keep his memory alive. And they got the rest of the family to do it too!
I didn't see Angelina's pregnancy coming! She was very spunky through this entire story, which I liked. Although one question does remain as-yet unsolved: What were the pepper-like granules George was trying to chuck into the soup? Ah, life would be so interesting, being married to a Weasley... Not that I wouldn't take one of them up on it if it was offered, mind!
This really was a cute story, and I'm glad you pointed me to it. :) Thanks for letting me review this for you, and I hope to see you around soon! Report Review
I really liked this piece. Their way of honoring Fred's memory is so perfect; talking about him everyday, remembering all the good times they had with him and sharing these memories with the rest of the world is the best way to keep him alive.
I really loved the emotion rollercoaster of this and how they acknowledge that everything always comes back to this one subject that they try to ignore.
I noticed a couple little typing errors; nothing major but I just thought I'd point them out to you :
"..Slowly, he made his way over to Angeline..."; should be 'Angelina'
"...but she moves away from the cooker beore..."; you forgot the 'f' in 'before'
That's it. It was a really good read and touched me a lot with all the emotions you managed to pass through to the reader. Great job! Report Review
I've recently become a Angelina/George fan and so this is the second story of the ship that I have read. I think this is sososo good. I like the portrayal of Angelina in this. She's strong, funny. Totally lovable. And George, was really good when it focused on his guilt. That part really got to me :). I hope you'll write more stories soon :DAuthor's Response: Oh my goodness, thank you so much! :3 I really wasn't sure about this [I've already picked out 498754 bits that I hate] but this has made me feel so much better :D Thank you! Have fun - some George/Angelina's are so perfect it hurts ;) Thank you! :D
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