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Dumbledore's Army
Reviews for: Damned Potter
Review(s): 7

Reviewer: reader2Date: 2005-02-26
Reviewid: 115006Chapter: 1
Wicked. You are far more inventive than most quillers. Thanks for another good story.

Reviewer: P. D. YerfDate: 2004-10-30
Reviewid: 102964Chapter: 1
I really liked it...sick though it was. The fight...the last part of the initiation...Well, it explains why they called themselves 'Death Eaters' and I like that, but it was a bit graphic. Although you do place a warning for that in your summary, so I can't complain, because of that and because it was well written. Could you possible do a piece from Snape's POV when he discovers Harry in his memories; the fear that Harry might've seen this worst memory, perhaps, playing a role? Just a suggestion. Great story. I look forward to more.

Reviewer: ivy & GracieDate: 2004-10-28
Reviewid: 102795Chapter: 1
Although we are not usually into dark fics, we ARE into Severus Snape, and we think your story is amazing. Disturbing, but amazing. It's always tempting to try to write Snape as some kind of romantic hero (guilty!), but in canon, he's much closer to the way you have him here. Wow.

Reviewer: PirateQueenDate: 2004-10-28
Reviewid: 102774Chapter: 1
Excellent story! The violence is horrific but believable, and your characterisation of Snape is really good. I like the way that he never loses his sardonic sense of 'self', even when faced with Voldemort - "Severus was ambiguous about it, but decided to proceed." Well done too for not glamourising the Death Eaters as some authors have done.

Reviewer: wendelinDate: 2004-10-28
Reviewid: 102772Chapter: 1
Oops. I forgot to tell you that I really enjoyed the rest of the story. Severus's hatred was very well captured and the whole initiation ritual was just horrific.

Reviewer: wendelinDate: 2004-10-28
Reviewid: 102771Chapter: 1
But one would think that Snape didn't know the identity of the traitor amidst the four marauders, or else he would have told Dumbledore! They just knew there was 'a spy in their midst'. Which tells me that Voldie, at least when it came to Wormtail, was keeping the DE's identity a secret.

Reviewer: HekateDate: 2004-10-28
Reviewid: 102753Chapter: 1
This is a really great story. I love your characterization of Snape. You did a great job of crawling into his mind. I also like how you presented Voldemort, particularly here:
“You, Severus, are here to be judged. Are you the grist or are you the millstone? Are you the jackal or are you the lamb? Are you the hunter or are you the prey? This I must know before I allow you to serve me," said Lord Voldemort expansively.

But I think my favorite part was his meeting with Dumbledore. In that one quote of Dumbledore's you captured how powerful and threatening he really is. Great job!

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