|Reviews for The Wounded|
| 7nerone chapter 16 . 1/12/2009
Wow, that was amazing T_T I love your brain. Hah, this fic had me hunched over, feeling the weights on their shoulders, and it had me laughing, and it had me feeling warm, and it even had me crying (not only from sadness, from other feelings as well) and that, my unknown friend, is a great accomplishment, seeing that I don't cry very often at all. So thank you, for the greatest read in some time.
| snarky Beth chapter 16 . 1/11/2008
Oh my God, this was so beautiful and sad! SO much emotion, so much despair, heart-break, pain, frustration. And then there was love, sweetness, funnyness, a wonderful friendship. I am IN LOVE with this story, I'm without a doupt going to read the sequal. The first part of the story, Practicaly Brothers, was a sweet friendship fic full of humor and deepness. This one, The Wounded, was so heat-breaking and heart-warming, I found myself flipping between wiping away tears and smiling at the sweetness. This is such a wonderful friendship, so much promise too. Wish I could live with Remus and Severus, I love them so. I LOVE this story, off to read and reveiw the sequal.
| HRT chapter 1 . 11/25/2007
This was just excellent. I thought your portrayal of Snape's anguish and recovery was a very splendid read. Thanks for writing this!
| samika chapter 16 . 10/25/2007
I read the whole story and start very well but honestly the end is badly written, and horrible (But readers say interesting) Something very bad if I said that begins very well, Do you know how to distinguish when your story ends badly? When readers ask a sequel because the end is so confusing that in the following story have to tie up the loose ends. But they are too kind to say so.
| shogi chapter 16 . 7/24/2007
That was powerful. Well done. You captured the suffering, Severus' especially, but you really caught the suffering of everybody extremely beautifully.
Sev-the-dog is... heartbreaking. It was so sad and seemed so... degrading, being turned into a dog, and yet Snape thought it was better than what he had. I think the hardest part came at the end, for me; when he's finally on the road to recovery and needs to turn back into a dog. Even begging Dumbledore to let him stay like that...
Marvelous story and extremely touching and powerfully written... what more can I say?
| TwistedLilBarbie chapter 3 . 7/23/2007
| Ao yuki chapter 16 . 6/17/2007
Lovely story, absolutely beautiful. I have a love of Angst stories for some reason. Weird huh?
| mondtaenzerin chapter 16 . 5/9/2007
Wow, I really interesting story. I love it!
| willyork chapter 6 . 4/22/2007
I really liked your characterization of hagrid and how he gives the greatest insight, simplifies everything perfectly, while being completely honest and never realizing it. as for the accent tho,... each, not so good. i'm not great at the accent's either but i can give you a couple suggestions (tho im sure it's so far past the point that you wrote this that there's little chance you'll edit it now)
anyway, i thinkthat the biggest key is that hagrid drops the final 't' on a lot of words and just generally doesn't enunciate (and that's *so* not spelled right..)
"He's not ugly," Hagrid said, leaning closer, "he's beautiful. You just have to learn to look at him the right way."
should be more like:
"'E's not ugly," Hagrid said, leaning closer, "'e's beautiful. You jus' 'ave ta learn ta look at 'im the right way."
it's kinda like he just slurs everything, but it's still got that distinctive british accent to it. *sigh* but it's a different brit' accent-completely diff from, say, Draco's drawl. i don't know that im explaining it well, i just get it since i've lived in london and you get *every* *possible* accent there. (heh, and a commute from Chelsea to Hackney everyday... yeah diversity)
oh, and what's with this spell Mione came up with to track draco? is there another story that covers that?
*pout* do you do slash? cuz i think i love you, but i want my slash! lol
| Kirinin chapter 5 . 4/11/2007
I knew Hermione had a copy of that mirror, I knew it!
Okay, now that my delighted triumph has passed... what a chapter! Lupin comes so close - and you could genuinely *feel* Snape being tugged closer when Remus said the right thing, or being spooled out further away when he misstepped - you did a fabulous job.
Snape's points are good ones - he's a better talker than Lupin and of course he's thought this out. Lupin's best line was about how Snape worked so hard to get where he is only to run away once he's got what he wanted. Snape's best was the comment about walking from room to room.
Wow! I am blown away.
| fido02 chapter 1 . 3/29/2007
i liked your writing in practicaly brothers and i humblely requst 2 favors basicaly i'm working on a voldemort pov angst oneshot first would you be willing to beta and second i've noticed that it would be better as a prolouge for a novel length something i do not have the attention span for would you be will upon completion of my story(pure evil) to write it for me it will be titled (impurities)
| Ottawa Pagan chapter 16 . 3/3/2007
interesting end to the story
| phil chapter 16 . 2/20/2007
I've read all your stories now except the last. You truely have a gift for literature and an understanding of the human mind. You also avoid the maukish which is almost impossible in this kind of story. Well done.
| phil chapter 1 . 2/20/2007
I could hardly see the screen through my tears,deeply moving and well written. I love your work.
| Yuen chapter 16 . 2/18/2007
That was so sweet and sad! I loved it! You're an awesome writer! Keep up the good work!