|Reviews for Honor a Hufflepuff|
| Leo's Lair 5/7/13 . chapter 5
Fantastic story. Well done
| rekrula 5/2/13 . chapter 6
Made me cry...thanks for sharing.
| Racke 4/21/13 . chapter 9
This was... actually quite moving. Managing to somehow convey how Harry's original attempt to honor another student quickly spirals into a memorial of the kind that will be spoken of for decades to come, and that will be read about in history for perhaps centuries afterwards.
Harry might have overshot his original goal by a rather large margin, but then it's not only he who wishes to honor the noble actions of a young man.
| Sharon T 4/16/13 . chapter 9
Amazing story, it brought tears :-)
| NarutosBrat 4/1/13 . chapter 9
Darn fine work, this fic is.
| NarutosBrat 4/1/13 . chapter 8
Okay, I was only 1 for 3. She's pregnant, but it was probably done the old fashion way, and the fetal development was just sped up rather than her having a multibirth.
| NarutosBrat 4/1/13 . chapter 7
Holy SH!T! Cho is pregnant with Cedric's baby, Virgin Mary style. And she's got a whole litter coming at once.
| Yodes 3/28/13 . chapter 9
Really liked this fic.
| Cynical-Smile01 3/24/13 . chapter 9
That was simply beautiful.
| kirallie 3/7/13 . chapter 9
| Xadro 1/17/13 . chapter 1
Cedric died a pointless dead, not a hero's death, not in battle, not by saving someone else, no he just died staring a green light rushing towards him. So should he be honored? No, because that would mean they would have to honor all those thousands of other wizards/witches who died the same death as well, and that would lessen the value of it.
| coolhacker1025 1/13/13 . chapter 9
Great story. I felt myself being emotionally compromised (i.e. almost in tears) by basically the whole story.
| Fyreheart 1/7/13 . chapter 9
I just finished reading this wonderful story yet again, and it still brings tears to my eyes. This was a wonderful tribute to a boy who would otherwise have been forgotten.
| gymnistico 1/5/13 . chapter 9
This story is simply masterful. You can't stop reading after you start. The momentum is maintained, the speeches are interesting, and -to put it strangely- it brings a death to life.
Throughout the story I feel as if the character of Cedric Diggory is a real person who has suffered a tragic fate. The tone evokes a melancholy mournfulness with a side of hope.
You have written an amazing tribute. As I write this review it is hard for me to force myself to remember that Cedric is imaginary. In his death, you have brought him to life for me.
| FantasyLover74 1/1/13 . chapter 4
go head harry tell the bastard off.