|Reviews for His Overcharged Soul|
| Purpleread chapter 1 . 3/8
Oh, great chapter. I really like how you wrote this from the three boys' perspectives. And I love your Sirius.
| Rogue chapter 1 . 9/24/2013
You have a wonderful way with words, you know? It sounds really poetic and the meaning come straight across. It awesome
| Symptoms of Insanity chapter 1 . 8/18/2012
He's figured it out! Oh I love your writing, it's just amazing! These Missing Moments really help to figure out what was going through Sirius' head, just as the full story shows Remus'. I love the insight you have in these, I'd never be able to think of these sorts of things myself. Stunning!
| Crazy Female LEPrecon chapter 1 . 8/6/2012
Ha ha, I love it. Please update soon, maybe on the last day of August, it is a blue moon you know.
Crazy Female LEPrecon
| DerangedxandxSarcastic chapter 1 . 4/17/2012
Good on you Sirius. I love that none of the things going through his head was disgust. You did a wonderful job of having him figure it out. Great job!
| rneera chapter 1 . 3/2/2012
haha i love this one too! but u shud add another chapter from sirius' perspective about confronting remus. this part is my favorite part of Against the Moon so far . .. :)
| xXxShiniXKazexXx chapter 1 . 1/21/2012
Yay! Love it .
| aloyalalbeitsilentreader chapter 1 . 1/21/2012
I loved it! I am deeply in love with your Sirius :-D
| Professional Procrastination chapter 1 . 1/15/2012
Wow. So good.
I love the missing moments, they quench my thirst for that extra little something. If I thought the first one was good (hehe.. so funny.. yet so sad..), this one is amazing. I love the characterization of Sirius Black, so honest and innocent and caring, even with his anger, complicated background and desire to hex others to feel in control. I love hearing the story through his voice. Much as I love Remus, the contrast between their two views gives the work such depth and reality. These aren't just mindless troublemakers, they're people.
But I digress. Stoplight Delight's accomplished writing style and careful attention to detail (i.e. the crater on the moon? So perfect!) make for an enjoyable and heart wrenching read. This chapter struck home with me because we get to see Sirius's thought process, we get to watch him put the pieces together. To me it's an echo of my own experience reading The Prisoner of Azkaban - and I don't think I'm alone in this - as I tried to figure out "what's with this guy Lupin?"
Incredibly powerful, Stoplight Delight.
Kudos to you
| Firebirdd chapter 1 . 1/9/2012
You write from Sirius' POV so well that I really felt myself being swept up in the mystery of it all with him - the assumptions of [relatively] petty adversaries such as third-year Slytherins or teachers obscuring the darker hints that all was not quite right with Remus.
| hydraspit chapter 1 . 1/9/2012
This was a great missing moment! I never even noticed when it was published!
I really enjoy you writing from Sirius's perspective. I rather wish it happened occasionally in the regular story, but I understand why it is told from Remus's point of view. Nevertheless, I really enjoyed this chance to get a better view of Sirius and the way his mind works.
Very well done. I am so happy you are writing these!
| Schnuersenkel chapter 1 . 1/9/2012
Oh, I had hoped that it would be this missing moment. It was really fascinating to read the discovery Remus being a werewolf from Sirius' point of view. The protectiveness Sirius showed was just heart melting and I really liked that Sirius didn't feel disgusted or scared of Remus at all once he found out the problem. He just seems to feel horrified for him not because of him.
I wonder why he told James and Peter about Remus' furry little problem and didn't just keep it to himself. He must have thought them better friends than they were. I wonder if they sank in his opinion after that. I mean they came around slowly but Sirius isn't an idiot. He might turn a blind eye to James' prejudices, convincing himself and Remus that he just needs a little time and needs to ask some questions, but if I were Sirius deep inside I wouldn't forget James' reaction. And James would lose some major points with me.
Maybe that's why Sirius lost it so bad in the hospital wing when he thought that Peter had made Remus cry. It couldn't have been easy for Sirius. James acting like an idiot and Remus getting hurt every month because of something that Sirius can do nothing against. I wonder how often Sirius had to hold back not to hex his friends while he tried to convince them that nothing had really changed and Remus is still the same person he has always been.
Well, James and Peter came around eventually but nevertheless I would think a whole lot less of them after all of that. I wonder if Sirius does, too.
Can't wait for the next missing moment. Hopefully another moment from Sirius' point of view. Maybe I will even discover some of his thoughts concerning his lousy friends. Or his thoughts concerning Remus when he took care of him after the transformation when Remus was so badly hurt and thought that all his friends would desert him, break his wand and chase him from school. Like I said before, I really DO wonder what Sirius thought of his friends when he had to realize that Remus wasn't exactly in the wrong thinking all that. If Sirius hadn't been I'm sure that Remus would not have been able to stay at school.
Interesting, too, to see for the first time what a good lier Peter can be. He fools them all later on with him becoming a Death Eater, so his lying skills had to show at some point. And well, here we saw them for the first time when he got out of MacGonagall's class. And she isn't easy to fool.
Well, now it's time for me to read the new Against the Moon chapter. Can't wait ;-)
| Obsessed14 chapter 1 . 1/7/2012
I love it in all it's Sirius-y perfection. I love Sirius/Remus friendship. I love this story. And I love 'Against The Moon'. Full stop. Period. Finito.
| Anji chapter 1 . 1/6/2012
Is it wrong of me to hope that all of your Missing Moments chapters are Sirius chapters? You capture him beautifully. Thank you for posting these extra tidbits for us. They are as much of a delight to read as Against the Moon.
| tt crews chapter 1 . 1/5/2012
1. This "missing moments" is a wonderful chance to spend time with the Sirius/James friendship. Although Remus is the central to the story, his is off-stage here more than usual. And James is intriguing-like Remus (the future teacher) and Sirius (future detainee-that interview with Meyrigg!) he is that 'tween" combination of childish marauder and adult insight.
2. Something about Sirius coming to his epiphany out of doors suits him and his restlessness.