|Reviews for Scars|
| earlyable 8/14/12 . chapter 1
That's so true and I wish more people would understand that scars don't make you ugly they just show you've lived you life.
| MandyinKC 6/5/12 . chapter 1
This is a very interesting character study. I think it could be expanded into a lovely story or series of short stories. I imagine it leading to a romance, but I would be willing to take the ride wherever it goes. Post battle, there is a lot of room for Charlie to discover new scars on himself and others. And of course, the potential of psychic scars could open all sorts of possiblities.
| Satan Abraham 4/19/12 . chapter 1
I like it. :) Good job.
| yellow 14 4/15/12 . chapter 1
Wow, this is stunningly good. I'm surprised you didn't win outright, it's certainly better than mine. Keep writing
| redrose77 4/13/12 . chapter 1
| the sailor's wife 4/13/12 . chapter 1
I love this - every part of it. it's a really interesting idea, Charlie's reflections are great... i love how you kind of traced his thoughts about scars back to the beginning, with the story about George, and brought it to the present with the dragons. it was a fascinating read! and beautifully written.
| Mr Bellatrix Lestrange 4/12/12 . chapter 1
There are just, so many things RIGHT with this story. For one thing, the way that he looks at the scars, and the reason that he does. I think it is a very in-character move of him, and the way this piece sort of just flowed off the page was divine. I especially enjoyed the part you mentioned about only dragons seeing scars as a badge of honor- I agree heartily. They do tell stories- stories of an exciting, adventurous life full of danger and mystery. I'm glad you wrote this story the way you did, because it's COMPLETELY wonderful.
| JilyEvotter19 4/12/12 . chapter 1
Wow, this was brilliant! I love your point of view, it's fascinating!
| HedwigBlack 4/11/12 . chapter 1
I love this! I was curious to see what you'd do with that prompt and I really love what you've come up with. I think my favorite part was the fact that he could tell Fred and George apart by their scars. And that he's fascinated by the stories behind each one he comes across. It's so like the Charlie in my head. Thanks for writing :)