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Dumbledore's Army
Reviews for: Black Ink
Review(s): 6

Reviewer: Reader 2Date: 2005-12-19
Reviewid: 137363Chapter: 1
Quite Good, Again. Really surprising for something so miniscule.

Reviewer: katie BiliusDate: 2005-08-09
Reviewid: 129467Chapter: 1
WIKED!!!!!!BRILLIANT!!!!!

Reviewer: LindaDate: 2004-03-25
Reviewid: 75876Chapter: 1
Very well done! I like the way you've portrayed Peter and given him a conscience (albeit a tiny one). I can see him weaseling his way out of killing in just such a manner. Good story.

Reviewer: StarseaDate: 2004-03-23
Reviewid: 75694Chapter: 1
Excellent story - I liked it how you made Peter aware of his weaknesses, but still refusing to do that awful deed. Which makes the fact he killed Cedric even worse.

"And against the rain the black ink smeared, pooling together like my blood would in a matter of hours. I did not care. I had not killed. Life was not good, and it was not getting better it was, in fact, about to get much worse but somehow I felt triumphant, as if Id beaten down an old and terrible enemy. If only that victory had not been over a part of my own mind."

Perfect ending.

xxx~Starsea~xxx

Reviewer: LinnetDate: 2004-03-22
Reviewid: 75600Chapter: 1
"He had no family or close friends. He had no employees in his shop. He was fifty-nine years old, whereas I was twenty. A soft Avada in the back. Simple. Easy. Completely impossible."

This is true with many things in life--so easy, but so impossible at the same time. Beautifully worded. A wonderful analysis of Peter's character that you've got here--accurate and to the point.

One nitpicking thing, though--you'd think that Peter would really be out of Voldemort's good graces, possibly even killed, for refusing to complete a mission.

-Linnet

Reviewer: FrankieDate: 2004-03-22
Reviewid: 75550Chapter: 1
Very good. I especially like the "Lighting like a forked tongue" line. Very subtle, but a powerful reminder. Great job!

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