|Reviews for Things Unsaid|
| lizzzsunshine chapter 60 . 8/23
Dear god that one made the tears fall
| Guest chapter 77 . 8/22
This was so good. I never thought one line would make me cry so much!
| Burnt Skull chapter 77 . 8/13
Man, Remus' last words messed me up.
| FuzzyElf24 chapter 54 . 7/31
I feel sorry for a literal snake. Personification at its best.
| FuzzyElf24 chapter 51 . 7/31
Though this is good competition.
| FuzzyElf24 chapter 40 . 7/31
This is the saddest one
| intherain chapter 10 . 7/21
This is so Fred, I nearly cried myself.
| Yw chapter 77 . 7/14
I cried. I didn't mean to. I swear.
| Twinkle Wave chapter 77 . 7/12
Nice idea ! I liked it !
| Yamazing chapter 10 . 7/7
Ahhhhhhhh this is so like Fred to say. Made me cry-laugh. Kind of felt a wee bit like choking.
| alex the bookworm12 chapter 40 . 7/4
I'm almost out of data and it's really late and I should really be asleep by now, but this short, beautiful piece of fan fiction is worth it all and more. Thank you so much for this, incredible works like these keep me coming back to this site after almost 5 years of reading. Thank you for keeping the magic alive.
P.S. A majority of these chapters were magnificent, however Chapter 40 really got to me. I shed a tear for the marauders because of that simple line, rest in peace to them all.
| gryffinclaw19 chapter 77 . 5/27
This was such a brilliant idea! My favorite was Aragog to Hagrid: powerful and true. Also, I liked the funny ones, like Fabian to Gideon and Bertha to Rita. Thank you for writing this!
| Black Eye-Patch Pie chapter 77 . 5/21
Damn, these all so powerful. Hit me right in the feels~
| Black Eye-Patch Pie chapter 63 . 5/21
Oh GAWD! HEDWIGGG~ :'(
| Guest chapter 66 . 5/16
This brings to mind a Terry Pratchett quote:
(Said by a dragon to a human upon learning about one of the less wonderful aspects of humanity)
"You have the effrontery to be squeamish, but we were dragons. We were supposed to be cruel, cunning, heartless, and terrible. But I tell you this, you ape- we never burned and tortured and ripped one another apart and called it morality."