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Reviewer: helbaffy (Signed)
10/06/2006 02:23 pm
*craying* so sad...... but so beautiful...

Reviewer: Zetera (Signed)
04/30/2006 07:18 am
Wow, the screen is blurry as I type this due to the tears in my eyes! Brilliant stuff - and it could well happen! Parroting another reviewer, your style does seem to flow like a film, with snippets of separate reactions like cut camera shots. I liked it, it was refreshing to read something a different way, although such a style would really only work in a one shot as is the case here. Great writing - well done. 

Reviewer: Bob Jones (Anonymous)
04/23/2006 04:42 am
Your story actually rought a tear to my eye. Mind you it didn't consitute crying . . . ;)

Reviewer: Golden_Snitch (Signed)
04/05/2006 01:29 pm
I have tears in my eyes now! I need tissues...

Reviewer: eaglebird (Signed)
04/01/2006 12:58 pm
This is a story no one really wants to happen, not in our worst nightmare, but, in JKR's world it is a distinct possibility!  If Book7 turns out this way for real, then I will need a much bigger bucket for the tears that came from your very  emotional description of the aftermath.

Reviewer: Courtney (Anonymous)
03/21/2006 09:39 pm
Aww, man! You made me cry! Your story is beautiful, by the way. It showed how everyone would feel and what they would be doing perfectly. 10/10. Keep writing!

Reviewer: Jasp (Anonymous)
03/16/2006 10:42 am

Heart wrenching. That was so sad. If I had my way, this is how the seventh book would end. That is an amazing piece of writing. Thank you so much for sharing it.


Reviewer: Madeline Fabray (Signed)
01/30/2006 05:27 am
Oh wow, very lovely! This plays like a movie, with the snippets of reactions. A nice touch, making this happen on Halloween, very fitting. It's interesting, you never mention names -- but the descriptions are so well-done, the names aren't needed. Actually, I think this works well for the story. Any of those people could have been us. It made me feel, somehow, like I was reading about the announcement of the end of World War II, although I certainly wasn't around at that time :) But I guess many of the emotions would be the same: relief, jubilation -- and sadness for those lost.

Reviewer: jackie (Anonymous)
12/29/2005 10:21 pm
omg..that was beautiful(in an exrteamly sad way) 10 out of 10... im going to go cry some more

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