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Reading Reviews for Solitude
  
2 Reviews Found

Review #1, by The Basilisk Solitude

21st December 2015:
What a delicious little morsel! I may be a big, scary Basilisk, but you've touched my sweet side!

It was nice to see some sympathy for Pansy Parkinssson for once! She is always portrayed as a very un-likable person, so this was a nice change!

And it was sweet that even though George was going through his own problems, he still took the time to check on Parkinson and make sure she was okay. That's very Weasley-like of him!

Although I've never read the pairing before, my yellow eyes would love to see a continuation of this where Pansy and George wind up together.

A very tasty morsel - I may have to slither back to your author's page again soon!

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Review #2, by TidalDragon Solitude

20th December 2015:
Howdy! Stopping by for Day 21 of the Advent Calendar!

This was a VERY different take on George and consequently very interesting. Obviously he would change after the war and the loss of Fred, but the question was always going to be how. It's nice that you didn't make him entirely withdrawn and morose as some do, but kept him capable of being creative and positive, just in a different way.

I will say that I definitely didn't anticipate where the story was heading with a friendly (or more) meeting between he and Pansy (for ice cream of all things ;) ).

I'm also intrigued by the characterizations of Draco and Astoria. In a way they sort of flip the standard characterizations that a lot of authors here write with Draco coming across more reformed and Astoria less sweetness and more rubbing her "capture" of Draco in Pansy's face.

If I had any CC, I think it would be nice to increase the quantity of time we spend in George's head as I think it would amplify the impact of the change you're trying to demonstrate in George.

Thanks for sharing!

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