|Reviews for There is no peace, saith the Lord, unto the wicked|
| plutoplex chapter 2 . 3/14/2017
Wow. The bit about Minerva recognizing the scent in Snape's hair later... I hate her a bit now for not doing anything about it and making excuses for herself.
| Arwengeld chapter 2 . 3/14/2017
Hello it's a good story, Poor Severus nobody knew him and they only saw him like a scum and death eater.
| plutoplex chapter 1 . 3/12/2017
A well-done take.
| JaneDoh0 chapter 1 . 3/6/2017
Your Minerva is a true Gryffindor-self-righteous and intolerant to the end. She shows no self-awareness towards how SHE and the rest of the Hogwarts staff helped shape Severus into the bitter man he was by ignoring him as a student and then ostracizing him as a young adult willing to switch sides. Severus was completely alone, trapped at the school in a job he was not suited for with people who resented and distrusted him, waiting for the day for Voldemort to torture him to death. He is also the only character in the whole series who ever thinks about his actions and decides to change. Literally every other character was apparently on the same path since age 11, but his reward for trying to be a better man is a lifetime of degradation. I wouldn't be pleasant under those conditions either!
| James Birdsong chapter 1 . 3/6/2017
| duj chapter 1 . 3/6/2017
Actually, *not* canon-compliant. For instance, the scolding he gets in this fic about the thrown jar. Dumbledore wasn't even at the school then; he'd already run for it, and was in hiding. (And how would he and Minerva have known about the jar in the first place, given that the only witnesses were the thrower and the boy?)
| MontmarayRoyal chapter 1 . 3/6/2017
this is beautiful. thank you!