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Reviewer: rdprice29 (Signed)
10/11/2005 12:51 pm
This was beautiful and wonderful and oh, so heartbreaking!!! Unfortunately, Ron & Hermione's attitude is all too common, but good for Ginny for standing up for herself, her family and her man. Beautiful job!


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Reviewer: Martita (Anonymous)
10/11/2005 04:24 am
This was really beautiful. Sad, but hopeful at the same time. I'll just sit here and hope that Harry will be a wonderful father and that a child will make him a little bit better.


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Reviewer: Greg (Signed)
10/11/2005 03:58 am
I think it is very difficult to make Harry appear ill, but not completely regressive. He is fearful of rejection, as he always was, but he is not a child, even if he displays childlike behaviour at times. He is a very ill adult. The balance you kept was very good. Keep going. Greg


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Reviewer: parakletos (Signed)
10/11/2005 03:25 am
'While it can be categorized as a tragedy, I hope that the reader will see that this really is a story of love.' That was my overall impression of the story too. Its very hard to see someone you love suffer with mental illness as I know from members of my family. I think you did a great job on this and I'm happy to rec it to friends.


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