|Reviews for Seen and Unforeseen|
| maidofkent chapter 1 . 7/22/2013
Just found this story - beautifully written and perceptive.
| Algor Nox chapter 1 . 2/15/2009
Yay! This is actually really good. Most people make Sybill out to be a dumbass when she's not really.
| mirrorOfsin chapter 1 . 9/18/2007
AWW this was so sad! I do love Sybill and like you adore Severus lol
i liked this very much
| flamethrowerqueen chapter 1 . 8/16/2007
This. was. brilliant. I've never seen something like this, with Sibyll in it. She is an extremely intriguing character, if you give her some credit and decide that she has some depth. And this particular approach is something that I could find myself fully supporting. A magnificent job (and my apologies for the late review).
| Marchwriter chapter 1 . 7/9/2007
Quite moving. I never thought about the contrasts between Sibyll and Severus. This was a very unique look at the pair of them and that fateful night at the Hog's Head. Masterfully done and the last sentence was just the right touch.
The Lady of Light
| ThouandI chapter 1 . 5/21/2007
What great perspective. We all have our theories of what exactly happened between Snape and Dumbledore, but you would have to think even with her weak talent that she could have foreseen such a betrayal. Perhapse she didn't because it wasn't what it appeared to be? That is the hope I cling to anyway. Great story.
| duj chapter 1 . 5/13/2007
You brought Sybill alive and made her fascination for someone dark and dungeon-dwelling (that in HBP-canon she seems to despise) credible.
| teejplease chapter 1 . 4/27/2007
Omg. That's all I can really say.
| morriganscrow chapter 1 . 4/27/2007
You have captured Sybil's voice perfectly. Fab job!
| Lady Whitehart chapter 1 . 4/26/2007
It's rare that you find an intelligent fic about Trelawney, and this is one of those rarities. Beautifully written-you can feel her sadness and sense of failure. Thank you for sharing.
| excessivelyperky chapter 1 . 4/21/2007
I hope you continue this-this is a very nice start to something larger. I like Sybil, and hate the way she's treated in canon (ditto Snape). More!
| cecelle chapter 1 . 4/21/2007
The tragedy about Sibyll is that she doesn't have any idea she ever made any real prophecy, since she is out in a trance when she makes them, and Dumbledore doesn't see fit to inform her. So she is doomed to think herself a complete fraud when she is really only about 80% a fraud ;-) - she does have genuine talent.
I very much liked this look into her head.
| wynnleaf chapter 1 . 4/21/2007
Very good story. What a fresh perspective, to see Snape through Sybil's eyes! I like the backstory you give her - it seems so believable.
| whitehound chapter 1 . 4/21/2007
'Two of spades: conflict. Seven of spades: an ill omen. Ten of spades: violence. Knave of spades: a dark young man, possibly troubled, one who dislikes the questioner -'
I always wondered whether the dark young man in question was Harry or Snape. A lovely, sad little piece which I shall definitely add to my recommended links.
Btw you've got a typo, unless it's intentional - at the bottom of the page she refers to the Nag's Head rather than the Hog's Head.
| Iva1201 chapter 1 . 4/21/2007
I have never seen anything like this - nice idea to write from Trewlaney's point of view - and even better that you wrote she was worried for Snape and not solely Dumbledore. HBP is very vague on it. Nice idea, really.