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Reviews for: Sleight of Hand
Review(s): 3

Reviewer: fetishized_armadilloDate: 2007-06-19
Reviewid: 148295Chapter: 1
This is just so.....nice. You write the Weasleys absolutely perfectly (and apparently Malfoy and Neville too judging from your other fics, so maybe you're just all-around amazing at characterization). This was a delight to read and I hope you write some sort of continuation--I'd like to see George telling Celia he's a wizard.

Reviewer: xMarauderxDate: 2007-03-11
Reviewid: 147427Chapter: 1
Hey good one shot!! I love the way George was so nervous throughout the meeting with Celia and how Fred never teased him as he does to Ron, but helped him. The twins really do have that twin telepathy sort of thing! Great fic, loved it!

Reviewer: ButterscotchDate: 2007-03-09
Reviewid: 147416Chapter: 1
I love both your imagery and your characterization of the twins. You really create a complete visual image with your writing – I can see everything from the water dripping through the wooden planks of the bridge to the display window at Peggy’s shop. I appreciate that you show subtle differences between Fred and George – they have so much in common, and yet they are each unique. I also like that you show them teasing each other, as they are often shown teasing other people. There is a great deal of love between them, but they’re not above some good-natured ribbing or throwing snowballs at each other. I enjoyed seeing a more nervous and reflective side of George, and a more engaged and intrigued side of Fred (listening to Peggy talk about her shop). It gives them some added dimension – you create them as very well-rounded characters, as you’ve also done with Percy in some of your previous stories! In your stories, they’re more than just “back-up” Weasleys – they’re characters in their own right. Your dialogue is fantastic! You have the twins’ humor down pat. I also love that you’ve created two new characters, and made them believable and interesting. I hope you’ll write more about George and Celia! As always, I love to read your stories and I look forward to reading more!

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