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Dumbledore's Army
Review(s): 10

Reviewer: bennedettoDate: 2007-02-23
Reviewid: 147283Chapter: 1
Short but sweet.

Very well written--I especially love the italicized thoughts going on between Remus and Snape during the conversation.

Brilliant work.

Reviewer: Poppy PDate: 2005-10-25
Reviewid: 135132Chapter: 1
What a fitting tribute to Sirius; Remus returning to the Shrieking Shack where it all started. This was very sad, but I found myself smirking during the Snape/Remus exchange. That was very clever. Another beautiful piece :)

Reviewer: GreenMeansGoDate: 2005-07-31
Reviewid: 128330Chapter: 1
It's a great piece. Wonderful.

Reviewer: MicroFatCatDate: 2005-03-31
Reviewid: 118261Chapter: 1
*grins whilst reading the conversation between Snape*
The only way (if I'd've written this) would've been to make it longer, and in the 1st person:)
Why is the moon 'empty'?

Micro xx

Reviewer: AlphieDate: 2005-01-21
Reviewid: 111633Chapter: 1
Oh wow. I simply LOVE the itallics converstaion going on between Remus and Snape. Just wonderful.

Reviewer: lazywitchDate: 2005-01-17
Reviewid: 111207Chapter: 1
I enjoyed this story. I am not generally fond of short stories, but this one was to the point and touching. The dialouge between Snape and Lupin was well done, especially the thoughts.

Reviewer: prplhez8Date: 2005-01-17
Reviewid: 111202Chapter: 1
Well, well done. I have always had a soft spot for professor Lupin. And oft wonder what his reaction to Sirius' passing will be. You have done a wonderful job of Remus' controlled charaterization.

He felt the transformation beginning and for once, he welcomed the physical agony as his body twisted itself into a new but familiar form. The pain was a reflection of the grief in his heart.

-that part made my heart ache.

Sirius had bounded back into his life washing away much of the hurt and removing the stark longing to belong. He had been happy.

-as did this.

You have done a great job in capturing the times in between, the missing moments. Job well done!

Reviewer: readerDate: 2005-01-17
Reviewid: 111180Chapter: 1

Reviewer: Jolene_xxDate: 2005-01-16
Reviewid: 111061Chapter: 1
So wonderfully touching.

Reviewer: NunduDate: 2005-01-16
Reviewid: 111055Chapter: 1
"he wanted the luxury of being able to lose his mind"

This sentence really says it all. Well written, and so sad.

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