|Reviews for The Slaying of the Dragon|
| opaque-girl 8/23/10 . chapter 1
I really, really enjoyed this :D I am a huge fan of Draco/Ginny and actually steer away from reading anything against them in a way, but this was great :D So forbidden, so lustfull yet so tragic :D
| Swallow B 8/17/10 . chapter 1
Of course. I can just see things happening like that. Perfectly on the dot.
| Inkfire 7/15/10 . chapter 1
This was wonderful...
| Tyche Nemesis 5/8/10 . chapter 1
wow. this gives a whole new side to draco's reasons to join the Death Eaters.
| The Darkest wizard 5/4/10 . chapter 1
This is a great chapter! Please update soon!
| RavenEcho 4/13/10 . chapter 1
Hmm, I like this theory.
| yellow 14 4/8/10 . chapter 1
An interesting look at Draco, post-war. Keep writing.
| Vera Rozalsky 4/4/10 . chapter 1
One of the things that I've always loved about Rowling's tale is the names of the characters; and as a writer of fanfiction, one is given a lovely set of metaphorical possibilities. Are names destiny? So Draco the dragon and Bellatrix the warrior are the matter of the tale...
... and no, in this one the dragon survived. Survived, but did not triumph. The thing that's wonderful about this portrait is the number of stunning details: Potter's defeat of the Dark Lord imagined with the same pique as Potter winning a Quidditch match, the disturbing seductiveness of the martyr of Azkaban (and the even more disturbing seduction implied in the kiss, and the fact he _isn't_ disturbed by the family resemblance), the way he hides it from his mother still, and the look she casts at him when he fails as an assassin; she's merely bored.
The most disturbing line in the entire piece:
"It's only during the night that he allows himself to think about anything at all anymore."
"he blood was pure"
should probably read
"his blood was pure"
| frodolove12 4/4/10 . chapter 1
Awesome. I loved it. I'm kinda obsessed with Draco. So really good job. :)