|Reviews for My Essay on the Unbreakable Vow|
| Guest chapter 1 . 9/16/2012
That's why they got killed
| excessivelyperky chapter 1 . 7/16/2012
Right. There should be some magical penalty for anyone who _asks_ for an Unbreakable Vow, or at least some service they should be forced to perform in exchange for that Vow, too. (Narcissa, I'm lookin' at you). The Vow seems to be all take and no give, and that feels...unbalanced. Narcissa should owe Snape big time for forcing him into that Vow, though Bella should feel the hit, too, because she pushed for it.
But of course, Snape never gets anything good that's due him. Rowling said so.
| ChocolateTeapot chapter 1 . 4/28/2012
Very interesting! It seems like something that really could be in a Wizarding History Book.
“Since its invention in 1568, after the betrayal of Mary, Queen of Scots, the Unbreakable Vow has affected Wizarding Law like non other.” I think this should be “none other”.
I particularly like the paragraph about the Dark Lady Iris.