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Dumbledore's Army
Reviews for: Keep On Fighting
Review(s): 15

Reviewer: Gred and FeorgeDate: 2007-12-29
Reviewid: 150245Chapter: 1
I actually read this story quite a while ago when it was first posted. I Love,Love,Love,Love The story because I Love,Love,Love,Love Fred and George :(
I Cried through the hole story or at least the last 2 thirds with renewed sobbs at the part with the funeral witch was very well depicted.

Lee and Ginny were at his side again. This time, he let them lead him away.

At this point I was Balling and my dad (who genneraly ignors me, esspecially when I'm on the computer) was giveing me weird and looks. I hate to think about the number of trees that were killed to make all those tissues...
Great story-Your definatly not afraid to write the hard stuff witch makes for a daring writer and a wonderful exqiset story.

Reviewer: Pheonix FeathersDate: 2007-08-21
Reviewid: 148968Chapter: 1
so sad! *wipes off a tear*

Reviewer: Krystalb2000Date: 2007-08-19
Reviewid: 148923Chapter: 1
Oh, so sad! I did laugh at that 'knackers' line, though. :) Ouch!

I'm glad neither of the twins came outright and said 'ear' while talking about losing a part of themselves. I (and I'm sure everyone else reading) was thinking it throughout the conversation, but the foreshadowing would have been just a bit too obvious then. As is, this story is perfect. So depressing, though!

Reviewer: lilacDate: 2007-08-18
Reviewid: 148920Chapter: 1
Thanks for writing this. I sure needed it, and it was perfect.

Reviewer: FRankie beeblebroxDate: 2007-08-17
Reviewid: 148906Chapter: 1
Wonderful. Absolutely, astonishingly wonderful. Thank you so much for this. . . even though I am now crying my eyes out here at work.

Reviewer: CadenzaDate: 2007-08-17
Reviewid: 148895Chapter: 1
Very in-character. Funny and heart-breaking. Just...ouch.

Reviewer: ArimalkaDate: 2007-08-16
Reviewid: 148864Chapter: 1
*looks around and quickly dabs at eyes* I may or may not be sobbing right now. Heh. Thank you.

Reviewer: SpellBoundDate: 2007-08-16
Reviewid: 148863Chapter: 1
I'm always glad of the extra minutes with Fred and George, but it's so damn sad! I much prefer the stories that keep them alive...

Reviewer: PakismithDate: 2007-08-15
Reviewid: 148858Chapter: 1
Rest in peace Fred...yes,indeed.
Brilliant work.
Thank you

Reviewer: AshendenDate: 2007-08-15
Reviewid: 148855Chapter: 1
A wonderful tribute to the Twins...beautifully written.

And Mouldy Vort?! *snigger* I love that!

Reviewer: GufaDate: 2007-08-15
Reviewid: 148845Chapter: 1
This is a wonderful little story. I laughed and had tears in my eyes, alternately. It's really well-written, and I love your characterization of the twins, as well as the glimpses we get of the others.

Reviewer: NannyOgg1970Date: 2007-08-15
Reviewid: 148844Chapter: 1
It made me laugh, it made me cry, just what a good story is supposed to do.

Reviewer: Seshat23Date: 2007-08-15
Reviewid: 148840Chapter: 1
Heartbreaking. Good characterization of the twins. I like how you portray their relationship when they have no audience: they're close and they still have a laugh, but they're also able to set each other straight when necessary. You make George's pain at the funeral palpable.

Reviewer: zsenyaDate: 2007-08-15
Reviewid: 148838Chapter: 1
That was heartwrenching. I love that people are writing all these stories about Fred and George. It's great the way that they have two very distinct personalities (in my head, they don't even look alike because of that). The little touches in this story are great (their middle names, for example). The funeral scene was just... well, sad, and very realistic as well. Thank you for writing this!

Reviewer: neanaDate: 2007-08-15
Reviewid: 148836Chapter: 1
Thank you. That was... perfectly in character and heart wrenching... and well written and beautiful... *sobs*

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