|Reviews for Child Bride|
| Guest chapter 3 . 6/19/2015
Is Niang Zi the child?
| Guest chapter 2 . 6/19/2015
But he OFCOURSE married someone else not the baby
Is the baby hermione in past life?
| Guest chapter 2 . 6/19/2015
SEVERUS and hermione were Chinese in past life? That's even weirder than being anything else !
| joanna.nowicka chapter 5 . 6/18/2015
It's definitely too short! This idea could enclose several "lifetimes" which would be all the more pleasurable to read :) good work!
| Shebatortle chapter 4 . 10/23/2011
How interesting to have this set in the county & state where I live :)
| HinataMorningstar chapter 5 . 10/4/2008
that was really good
| Malfoy's Kitten chapter 1 . 10/4/2008
| sregner chapter 5 . 9/21/2007
What a great story...I always have believed in Reincarnation or Karma. This was really lovely
| Sandalaris chapter 5 . 4/16/2007
I liked it. It was interesting, but I would have perfered to read more about their first life together.
| notwritten chapter 5 . 4/9/2007
| Whattheworlddoesn'tknow chapter 5 . 4/8/2007
Loved it! This was really well written, and I liked the whole ancient China part. That was really unique, I thought.
| Rageful Jewel chapter 5 . 4/8/2007
Wow. I can't believe that this story is finally done. I remember reading your story years ago and it intrigued me. However there were only three chapters at the time and considering the date the story had [when it came to update date], I thought that it would be never be completed. It nice to see that I was wrong.
Anyway, I loved how you connected the last chapter to the previous chapters by having Snape see the events through flashbacks while he was semi-conscious. Your story was very entertaining to read and it makes me wish that the other stories that were inspired by the challenge were also completed. But I just have to be thankful that this one was completed. Adios.
| chaste-aeon chapter 5 . 4/8/2007
Just a quick question: Virginia or Ginevra? I'm now confused; I thought it was 'Ginevra' then again, I may be wrong.
*lol* pinyin. Sorry. We just took up pinyin this year; unlike my brother who has taken them for five to six years already in his school. (It's just I pronounced it as ping yin... which was wrong. Hah! *shrugs*)
Putonghua? *blinks* No, exactly why I'm not familiar with the pinyin you used. Simply because I don't know putonghua.
It's not what I expected from a SS/HG... it's because maybe I didn't picture SS from the movie. And, your lack of description of him helped as well. The fact that you used different names on different contributed, too. *shivers* I just cannot picture SS from movie and HG that I have in mind. I really have to find a different persona. lol But I guess it's fine, the 'ship, I mean. After all, I do go for the Slytherin/Gryffindor pairings, and this is under it.
| chaste-aeon chapter 4 . 4/8/2007
The shift -from the Chinese theme to American- was wonderfully thought off, I think. The American Civil War was a subtly continuation of the Chinese theme, until slowly, it made its new story.
I appreciated the journals- the style made them more realistic. I almost, almost, cried. I just strongly held back.
*claps* You did great with the research. I was wondering, while I was reading, if the man was fictional or historical. I love researching; only when it comes to writing fiction, I don't do very well, I think.
Harry Porter. I almost laughed off my chair.
| chaste-aeon chapter 2 . 4/8/2007
Got your PM. I have to admit that this is my first SS/HG. But then you write splendidly, and it's just the first chapter. I'm looking forward to the characterizations of SS and HG that I will be reading in the next few chapters.
The old man was Dumbledore. *laughs* I don't want to guess anymore.
*LOL* And there I was reading, thinking that the woman was Hermione, only to find out it was the baby. I had a good laugh. Especially the way Zong Yi kept thinking about her.
I was reading the ping yin, and I couldn't understand them. They're obviously not mandarin; I'm not too sure of fukien since we didn't study it in school. Only my dad speaks it in my immed family. Then again, I may have an A in Chinese, but I'm not really good at it. The only thing I understood was 'Hua' - flower which was pretty near the blossom.