|Reviews for Dreams|
| Asking Me Where My Love Grows chapter 1 . 8/25/2011
Wow, this was heartbreakingly beautiful.(:
The Longbottom family is just so sad...
Amazing job, I really love this.
| Rose of Dark Life chapter 1 . 7/22/2011
awwwwwwwww love it!
| MBP chapter 1 . 7/20/2011
Oh God... this is devastating... I want to hug Neville right now. :(
| hrgirl chapter 1 . 7/13/2011
| 93 Diagon Alley chapter 1 . 7/1/2011
I read this just after reading the one about Frank, and my heart is broken even more. In a good way. I love reading about Alice and Frank, seeing how people interpret their situation. You've done a great job with this.
| brujon chapter 1 . 5/10/2011
Ohhh, sadddd. I love this. It's softly sad, if that makes any sense at all. Not devastating, just sad. Because she doesn't even realize she's sad-but I think she is. All the trailing off is perfect. Wonderfully well done.
| misswhiteblack chapter 1 . 5/5/2011
Oh my god I'm actually sobbing. This is completely amazing and I absolutely adored this. It's so wonderful and so moving and I adore AliceFrankNeville fics. You wrote this so well and you can really feel Alice's confusion about what is going on around her. Her feeling that there is something that she should know, like her name and her visitors and the man in the bed beside her. It's so moving and so wonderfully written. I adored this.
| Caveat Lector 52 chapter 1 . 4/17/2011
This is very sad and tragic, but at the same time, beautiful. Alice's hazy narrations gives it the perfect tone, as do the ellipses. It's like she keeps trailing off, or forgetting what she wanted to say.
| roslintower chapter 1 . 4/16/2011
This story was beautifully written. I loved it. Great job!
| Crystalwhisper chapter 1 . 2/16/2011
Wow that’s the most special story I’ve every read in my whole life, great job! So emotional and it’s like the story is fading in and out of dreams and it’s like something is in the haze of the narrator’s imagination. Professor, you’re really great in writing, I love this story a lot, the writing style is so unique.
| XxXs T a R i n T h E s K yXxX chapter 1 . 2/16/2011
Ohhh!This is soo sad! but very true and touching... Poor Alice. This is the first Alice L. Story I've read and I love it. I never really gave much thought on how Alice was faring inside the place and this story made me think on what's happening to her. I love it:D
| PieceOfGum chapter 1 . 1/30/2011
I'm trying to remember what I was going to say...
But I'm failing to do so.
I think Alice have had some bad influence on me.
I can't even remember what I liked!
OK, here it comes, I - and there it goes.
...Think I've got it! Yay!
OK, here we go: I loved Alice's forgetfulness, how she tried to remember, how she desperately tried to remember - but, unfortunately, every time it - her memories, her SANITY - seemed within reach, it... slipped away. And I think it frustrated her. Yet she didn't really know to feel frustrated, if you know what I mean - she was too far gone for that. Yet at the same time she was remarkably sane... She took notions of her surroundings, saw everything through the eyes of a child - naïve and truthful, in a way - and, well, she reminded me a bit of a bird, desperately wanting to remember, to get out of whatever cage of oblivion she was in.
Not to mention the most ingenious part of it all: the way you made her judge people not by their looks or power or influence or anything shallow like that, no, she based her opinion as to how kind they were to her. Sharp and short, and she wont like you. Caring and helping, and she'll like you. Simple as that.
Also, I was endlessly fascinated by the bird - what was it? Her sanity? I know it was a metaphor... Perhaps a metaphor for the state of mind she's in - she wants birds and blue sky and happiness, not dark clouds and mean people.
| Random Sox chapter 1 . 1/22/2011
Awwww alice :'(
| Phoenixica24 chapter 1 . 1/11/2011
I'm sorry, this was well written if you intended it to be this way, but I am completely lost.
| FinnFiona chapter 1 . 1/9/2011
Never a better use of ellipses, I think... Just very poignant, the almost, the never quite connected thoughts. Well done.