|Reviews for Starlight|
| Sir Casey of the Lea chapter 1 . 2/28/2010
AW! Tear bringer, very well done.
| Hexterior chapter 1 . 11/8/2006
Incredibly sweet, and well-written. I really enjoyed this.
The picture you tried to put in at the beginning didn't work by the way - I don't think the site allows images. I liked the little bit you put in about the stars before the story - gave it more meaning.
You wrote: "...whatever had made McGonagall so instant he come to see her..." - think you meant 'insistant' not 'instant'.
To be extra picky: "“Well, Griffin I’m named after that star.”" should have a comma after 'Griffin'.
| Marauders12 chapter 1 . 1/6/2006
| kav chapter 1 . 10/29/2005
oh my god, this story made me cry...
youre a very very talented writer, please keep writing , because it will surely make you a renowned person someday...
| books4me chapter 1 . 7/18/2005
I virtually never cry, but that really was a real tearjerker. "Starlight" was really touching.
You communicated the feeling perfectly.
I have long been a fan of your work, but I must say that this is probably the best I've read yet.
| smokingace chapter 1 . 4/11/2005
So beautiful...and I understand about the "crying harder" thing...
Griffin's a very nice name, actually.
| pleiades007 chapter 1 . 5/3/2004
Well, I read this story I think somewhere around five or six times, and each time I cried...pretty hard. This earned a few curious glances from my parents...but...
This is truly a beautiful story...sad...but sometimes it's the sad things in life that are the most precious...right?
| Daintress chapter 1 . 1/22/2004
That's really sweet! Kind of AU, though, since Sirius' family was supposed to be dark wizards who didn't understand him BECAUSE he wasn't one.
| smoke chapter 1 . 7/13/2003
Beautiful as usual.
May I smile a bit? Aftr havin known Mrs Black I feel a lot of sympathy for Mr Black senior
| sirius the homicidal maniac chapter 1 . 3/29/2003
wow *sniff*... WOW... congratulations, you are the first author EVER to make me cry. EVER. i cant believe it, i thought i was untouchable. well, they just got a little watery, i almost got a tear running down my face, or maybe i did, but still thats a great feat for me. i have NEVER cried because of a movie or a book. excepting one time in which i nearly cried watching James and the Giant Peach...but that doesnt really...count. that was good. i can honestly say right now that you are an amazing writer... i mean, LOOK AT ME. NEVER A TEAR HAVE I SHED UNTIL NOW. if you keep going on like this i will be sobbing uncontrollably. great work...WOW... just...*sniff* wow
| Kit Petitedra chapter 1 . 12/27/2002
That is such a sweet story. I was actually close to tears as I neared the end. Well done!
| JKLB chapter 1 . 9/12/2002
When Sirius unwrapped the parcel and found those two particular photos from Sirius's father's study, I suddenly pictured Sirius's father sitting there, day after day, year after year, looking at them. The thought of him looking at Sirius holding Harry, both of them laughing and smiling, and forced to believe that Sirius had betrayed Harry and Harry's parents...it must have been so incomprehensible to him.
I'm glad that Sirius is a father in this story, for it allows him to truly understand the depths of unconditional love that his own father felt for him. No matter what Sirius did (or was believed to have done) his father loved him, completely, unquestionably. Before my children were born (or even conceived), I knew that I would love them, but it wasn't until I actually became a parent that I understood how deep love could be.
| anymous chapter 1 . 7/31/2002
that was so touching, i loved it!
| Jayde chapter 1 . 6/12/2002
That was so good... I loved it, even though I've never cried so much over a story before...
| Aille chapter 1 . 3/5/2002
I don't know if I should be heart broken, or glad that he knows that his father always loved him. *wipes away tear*