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Review #1, by Infinityx The Interlude

12th July 2014:
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This story brought tears to my eyes. You've written it in such a fantastic way, conveying an immense amount of emotion in such few words. Your writing itself has this poetic tone to it, making this piece even more mysterious and melancholic. I love your use of imagery here. It's just stunning. And the way Ron's name is revealed but the main character isn't identified, just makes this even more powerful. My guess would be that it's Ginny, thinking about Harry. There are undertones of a romance between the dead character and the protagonist so I don't think it's Hermione. (unless there's some kind of a different story there). And since Ron's there, I think it's Ginny.

Lovely piece of writing. I'm so glad I read it!

~Erin

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Review #2, by zealousVisionary The Interlude

12th July 2014:
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Wow! This story was so short, but there was so much emotion and beauty packed into the 500 words that it really felt much longer (in a good way!).

The writing in this piece was just so poetic, even musical- by the end of the one shot I found myself savoring every word of it.

Another thing I really liked was how you aren't ever told whose perspective this is from- it adds a layer of mystery that I think is pretty awesome, to be honest. My best guess is Ginny, but it could also be Hermione or a whole lot of other people, really. I guess it's best left unknown, to be honest.

This one shot was seriously amazing, though. I loved your writing and will definitely be checking out more of your work as soon as I can!

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Review #3, by UnluckyStar57 The Interlude

11th July 2014:
Arggh, this was so descriptive and beautifully written that I can't even begin to guess who the protagonist is without ruining the mystery and magic of the writing!

There was poetry in every line. I really liked the musicality of the form and the emotions that the character felt were so raw and real. It's really brilliant that you did that in 500 words.

Okay, I'll guess... Is it Ginny, thinking about Harry? I'm guessing that he died in DH after all? Well, I don't really know. I'm so confused, but in a good sort of way. :)

Again, this was just really fantastic. Thanks for writing such a wonderful thing!

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~UnluckyStar57

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Review #4, by Pretense Of Perfection The Interlude

10th July 2014:
Wow, you really did manage to pack a lot of power and raw emotion into such a short one-shot, I'm very impressed. The story was rather confusing and ambiguous, but since it is intended that way, you executed these components brilliant. I'm burning with curiousity as to who the MC is supposed to be. If I had to guess I'd say Harry died, and this is written from either Ginny or Cho's POV. The feelings behind it portray some form of love, and in more than a friendship way, which is why I chose those characters, but I could of course, be completely off the mark there. I think you set the tone and setting or the story very well in the scenes you wrote, the line about the blank walls and the damage all around her is so fitting with the story. The imagery is stunning, and I can literally see the scene in my head as I'm reading it, which is a true testament to your talent as a writer. I wasn't sure with how I liked the title based on the summary of the story, but I think you managed to incorporate it's message very well into the story, and it makes perfect sense.

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Review #5, by nott theodore The Interlude

9th July 2014:
Hello there! Nadia keeps recommending your work to me because you're a brilliant writer and I've only managed to read one or two of your pieces, but this was really fantastic.

I love stories like this - especially when they're one shots - which don't actually give us the characters in the story summary and they're so ambiguous that they leave us guessing even when the story's over. From what I've read here, I'd guess at the main character being either Hermione or Ginny but I'm really not sure - I could, of course, be completely off the mark with that. I don't know :P

As always, I loved your description and imagery here. It was so vivid and clear that it painted pictures in my mind that I could see extremely clearly, and I thought it was beautifully done. You're a really talented writer and it's a pleasure to read your work!

Sian :)
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Review #6, by patronus_charm The Interlude

8th July 2014:
Hi Emma!

Wow, this was amazing and I loved the creepy air you had going on throughout and the building up of the suspense as it was so much fun to read because of that. I feel as if I should know as you interlaced so many clues so well and so subtly too I feel a little stupid not knowing straight away but my guess is perhaps the protagonist is either Hermione or Ginny because of the connection and the person dead is Harry as that seems to fit the best in my head anyhow.

Your language and descriptions were really beautiful throughout though and each time I read something by you I’m stunned yet again by the quality and depth of them as they are just sdowehferf (aka indescribable). Just this for example ‘The notion that this room has kissed his tender toes with murmured grace and listened to his distant breathing as the bed's creaked in accordance to his shifts and shivers.’ Is amazing and left me in awe with your way with words.

I really hope there’s more up soon as this was great!

-Kiana
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Review #7, by TheHeirOfSlytherin The Interlude

4th March 2014:
For Blackout Bingo.

Hey!

Okay, so... I had to read it a couple of times, check specific words, try and make connection that actually made sense. I even went through the summary and all the pairings. And I'm still confused and I fully believe that I am wrong, but... I think, because of Ron being there, it is either Hermione or Ginny who is the protagonist. And Harry... is he dead? Or did he leave? Either scenario makes me sad.

How close or off the mark am I? :P

Either way, I loved this. The descriptions were amazing and the overall story was lovely, and sad, to read. And it made me think, which I like. I'm better with mysteries when I write them, but, whether it's an actual mystery or a story like this, I do love to read them.

I wonder if any of my guesses are right... :D

Sam.

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