|Reviews for Great Deeds: Volume I|
| Kelsey441 chapter 64 . 7/17
Oh, oh. So wonderful, and heartbreaking at the same time.
| Kelsey441 chapter 62 . 7/17
Oh, how he must have loved her, to wait in friendship for that long. I'm rather mad at JKR for killing him off. I almost don't want to read your chapter covering that event.
| Kelsey441 chapter 61 . 7/17
I had never thought about how the other teachers must have felt about Snape.
| Kelsey441 chapter 60 . 7/17
Did you write this before information was released about what happened to Dougal? I don't keep up with information releases post-canon, but I had read that something different happened to him. This is just curiosity, not criticism.
This chapter was very realistic.
| Kelsey441 chapter 55 . 7/17
The ending of this chapter really makes me feel how devastated their community must have been to lose Harry to the Dursleys for all those years.
| Kelsey441 chapter 53 . 7/16
Oh. "Once more, then." That line hit me hard.
| Kelsey441 chapter 50 . 7/16
Oh, wow. A vulnerable Minerva. Well done.
| Kelsey441 chapter 49 . 7/16
Ugh. That was horrible. I think the early books make Voldemort seem sort of fantasy-like. It's easy to forget how awful he was.
| Kelsey441 chapter 43 . 7/16
Oh, I love that Hagrid came up with the answer!
| Kelsey441 chapter 32 . 7/15
Ah, Molly's two youngest certainly take after her, at least as you've portrayed her here.
| Kelsey441 chapter 31 . 7/15
| Kelsey441 chapter 18 . 7/15
Oh, that was heartbreaking.
| Kelsey441 chapter 14 . 7/15
Oh, that's so sad, knowing how that story plays out. I find I'm particularly sad for the boy, as he will never know why she leaves him.
| Kelsey441 chapter 11 . 7/14
Aw, that was wonderful!
| Kelsey441 chapter 10 . 7/14
Wow. That chapter was intense. I hadn't thought about the fear of loss her father must be feeling.