|Reviews for Bundalarfs|
| Vera Rozalsky chapter 1 . 12/18/2010
I am officially in love:
1) with your version of Luna and Neville, the happily married mad scientists experimenting wildly in their respective fields;
2) with the Memoirs of ex-Nagini, or What I Don't Want to Discuss about my Time with He-Whom-I'd-Rather-Not-Discuss. I love how you give the snake a point of view, and a personality. the implied dialogue with Luna is wonderful.
3) your brilliant use of Hermione as a viewpoint character.
Not only am I in love, but I'm busy taking notes. :)
| Bagge chapter 1 . 1/22/2007
Nice piece of work. Very good take on Hermione and her post-war project. And I loved Luna's letter. The bundalarf, and how Hermione and Luna played the subject with each other, was a wonderful piece. Nagini was also nice, with a sharp tounge and a rather laid back attitude. The half-dialoge presented to the readers was well handled.
| Silverthreads chapter 1 . 1/10/2007
Most intriguiing persepective! I liked this.
| excessivelyperky chapter 1 . 1/9/2007
She'd better bring some mice, at least. I mean, someone intelligent enough to keep Skeeter alive in that glass jar surely wouldn't mind fetching a minor treat to keep Nagini talking.
And won't she take on when she discovers bundalarfs are real after all, and trying to eat her Ipod.
| Possum132 chapter 1 . 1/8/2007
Most enjoyable bit of fun - the Bundalarf Sanctuary is a delightful notion. And I've been wondering if Book 7 will feature a conversation between Nagini and Harry that echoes the exchange with the Burmese python in Book 1. Nasty piece of work, that Voldemort - starving and mistreating a poor snake.
| duj chapter 1 . 1/4/2007
Well, this was different; an interview with the one who knew Voldemort best.
| The Breeze chapter 1 . 1/2/2007
Great little story and very original.