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Dumbledore's Army
Review(s): 7

Reviewer: LCDate: 2003-04-05
Reviewid: 26422Chapter: 1
Aside from thinking it's way past cool that you read Lackey...
This is so cute! I have to find that story you mentioned...
I've also done a bit of research on ghosts. I heard one theory that states that an emotion of extreme power can sometimes imprint itself on the memory of the land surrounding it, or items associated with that emotion. Ergo, haunting it as the action/ emotion is replayed, over and over again, in an endless repitition of memory.
Ever hear of the Brown Lady? That particular ghost tale's from England, and it's very frightening indeed.

Reviewer: Three Sickles ShortDate: 2003-02-24
Reviewid: 21752Chapter: 1
"Hes a special effects wizard." Dennis, you naughty, naughty boy. ;-)

Were the sparks from Dennis's wand part of Moody's effects, or is he a late-blooming wizard? I have my hopes up for a sequel....

Reviewer: Persephone_KoreDate: 2003-02-24
Reviewid: 21703Chapter: 1
Awww! This was sweet and a lot of fun -- even if Moody did end up Memory Charming a couple of people. I like the note about the play distracting and cheering *him* up -- after nine months locked in his own trunk, I'd imagine he would need it! It's nice that it did help, and that Dennis thought of it. Good kids, these are.

Reviewer: JulianeDate: 2002-10-29
Reviewid: 7569Chapter: 1
>“Nick! We haven’t got all afternoon -- die already!”

Heh - Nick is such a drama queen. He and Snape should form a stage company.

This was a wonderful premise for a story, carried out just beautifully. I loved Dennis' character, and am very sorry he isn't going to get an owl! But I loved the fact that they're helping both Ainsely, and especially poor Moody through some difficult times. There's a lot going on in a very short space in this story, and it all pans out just right. Excellent!

Reviewer: BooklovrDate: 2002-10-28
Reviewid: 7406Chapter: 1
Very interesting story, though some of it was a tad confusing, as in, who the characters actually were...Maybe I should go read your other story!
~Booklovr

Reviewer: OzmaDate: 2002-10-28
Reviewid: 7322Chapter: 1
I love this story!! It's wonderful to see and hear more about the kids from "If It Hadn't Been For The Owl" again. (That's a great story too!) Nearly Headless Nick is adorable when he's chewing the scenery. Moody's line about the wisdom of not having given him dialogue made me laugh. You write such a wonderful Moody! Dennis's description of his despression after the year of the Triwizard tornament is poignant. (I loved the description of Moody as "a special effects wizard.")

The story of Ainsley's ghost and his unfinished business is poignant too. And you write the most fascinating notes! The story of the nameless baby-ghost sent shivers down my spine. Poor little thing.

Reviewer: AnnaDate: 2002-10-27
Reviewid: 7266Chapter: 1
Wow. That was really clever! I loved the Muggle/magic interaction, and your characterisation of Moody and the ghosts was fantastic! Great story!

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