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3 Reviews Found

Review #1, by ShatteredStarlight 1

20th December 2014:
My dear, oh my.

What a tragic tale you have told, it makes me believe that it is not quite over yet. You have left us waiting, wishing to hear more and yet... is there more, my dear?

Give me your palm, hmm. Yes, that is right. Oh my dear, you are living a nightmare from which you cannot seem to break free. Adalynn, your eyes are a blood colour, a crimson that will stain the tissues you use to wipe away your tears.

Your descriptions were very good, almost as if you had the gift of sight yourself. It is a great burden, with great responsibility my dear.

Go now, quickly, but remember that bridge. Remember the coffin, and be careful.

Professor Trewlawny

Author's Response: Why hello Professor Trelawney!

Thanks so much for this amazing review! You're inner eye definitely lent to the wonderfulness of it!

Lo :)


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Review #2, by TidalDragon 1

14th November 2014:
Hello again!

First off, major props on getting not just one, but TWO entries in for this challenge! That's really something else!

This was a totally different setting, a totally different "creature" and quite a different style as well, but it was still so strong. Again, you showcased some great description and use of pacing and emotion, but the way you laid it out in this story - from the same POV - made it all coalesce even better to me.

When I reached the end, I was initially wondering how/if you were going to flip the typical "dream" trope and you did a good job of it I thought. What's particularly intriguing about it is it seems open to interpretation - either a "The Grudge"-esque possession of Adalynn or the idea that Adalynn was the girl all along both seem credible (though I prefer the first as I think it jives better with her previous dreams).

Overall, I really enjoyed this story too. Thanks for sharing it with us!

Author's Response: Hi again Kevin! And thank you, I had a lot of plunnies for it so I'm surprised I only got two in actually... :P

Ooh, you like it? You really like it? *fist pump* Aw yeyeah! Coming from you, especially when your story was so amazing, that means so much! And I agree with you - "The Grudge"-esque possession is what I was going for, so I'm glad you caught it!

Thanks for the stellar review Kevin!
Lo :)


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Review #3, by Roisin 1

13th November 2014:
CreepyCreepyCreepy! AH! THE NIGHTMARES I WILL HAVE!

Ok, as for a real review: I really liked that you did something not totally recognizable from the Potterverse. Your creature, and really the whole story and its mechanisms, were really creative (and disturbing!). I'm partly really curious about how this happened, and then also SUPER DON'T WANT TO THINK ABOUT IT. And I really liked how self-contained this story was. Like, it doesn't require any existing knowledge about the character or anything, and isn't a smaller scene or missing moment (I mean, those are awesome, but it's also really impressive to see something that works entirely on its own and ALSO be short!)

Author's Response: Hiya Roisin!

Thanks so much for this amazing review!

Lo :)


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