|Reviews for A Late Night Stroll|
| MuggleCreator 6/30/12 . chapter 1
| Bonnie Gaynor 6/20/12 . chapter 1
Oh my God how very touching! I love your story and it's the first time I like Ron, he does wonderful here! So sweet that whole thing...! *_*
| Anon 4/9/12 . chapter 1
"Severus Snape knew what was good for him..." why is this paragraph told from Snape's POV? Don't switch around willy nilly!
Maybe you should establish from the start which year this is, to make it less confusing?
"Severus heard something frightening in his voice: doubt." - Now you're switching POV again. Don't do that. Stick with Ron - especially since there was nothing conveyed which you couldn't have said though Ron.
Overall, Severus comes across as rather pathetic, and the jury is still out regarding those sudden in-depth flashbacks as they distract horribly from the story.
| Scioneeris 12/17/11 . chapter 1
Ah, I'm glad he stopped and helped him. Love it! A great glimpse of uneasy friendship. :)
| Blueberry Babe 9/8/11 . chapter 1
Very nicely done. Thanks.
| MidsummerNightGirl 8/3/11 . chapter 1
Fantastic work, I absolutely love it :)
I love how you've written the characters, the back story to a Weasley childhood, the insight and tears needed for the blindness to be cured. Excellent work.
| Dance Elle Dance 7/18/11 . chapter 1
Great job with this! I think you wrote this very nicely. Keep up the awesome work!
| BlackGryphon101 1/10/11 . chapter 1
Loved you portrayal of Ron.
| yamifannetje 1/1/11 . chapter 1
I realy enjoyed this! I still feel my heart beating...
But I'm afraid I'm missing Dumbledore's point when he says to be "intuitive". Did he set up something to have Snape confronted with Harry, Ron or Hermione? Or to remove the sark mark? Did he know of Ron's after hour walks and did he took advantage of it? Or had he made him and Poppy to be taken long to go back, knowing that, if the meantime was big enough, Ron would have moved Snape where Dubledore wanted him?
I was on top of my nerves by the statement that Severus needed those tears to more than only the recovering of his vision...As medicine, it seems so simple but in fact, Snape could have been blinded for the rest of his life since it isn't like him to cry, and surely not in presence of someone he hates so much...
| snarky Beth 12/17/10 . chapter 1
Wonderful, wonderful story. It is such a rarity to find a nice companion fic between these two characters.
This was a great plot, and I loved how it was written. Ron's caring and Snape's distress made this very emotional. Once, I fainted and couldn’t see for what seemed like forever, so I could just imagine Snape's distress. Loved Ron's kind words and the happy ending :)
| tomboy980980 11/22/10 . chapter 1
i thought that the characterization was a little off at times, but overall i enjoyed the story- great work :)
| Deranged Pegasus 8/28/10 . chapter 1
Characterization - 10/10 : Your characterization was, in my opinion, spot on. The emotions portrayed by Snape can be taken as being out of character were it not for the circumstances of the story itself.
Plot - 7/10 : While this is but a one-shot the catalyst of the attack and the recover begun by Ron for both the attack and Snape's past was a very thought provoking tale.
Story Line - 8/10 : Your tale is a wonderful example of style of writing. Your method of portrayal and the subsequent decisions made was genius.
Grammar - 10/10 :
Emotional Impact - 10/10 : Congratulations at making me cry. The emotions of this story evoked through Ron's memory and its parallel to the present story was masterful.
Final Rating - 45/50 : I must say, I loved the boxers comment made by Ron it truly seems like the sort of statement he would have made.
| Bishieluver01 7/11/10 . chapter 1
It's in these moments that I love and respect Ron Weasley.
| Rat-Man 3/21/10 . chapter 1
| R4v3n Kn1ght 1/12/10 . chapter 1
This was such an interesting story! It was interesting to see Ron, of all people, manage to save Snape (which was also interesting to see him so vulnerable, by the way, especially around Ron) and yet be still so canonly awkward around him. Very enjoyable read, and I love the originality of it.