Reviews For The War We Fight

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Reviewer: Ham (Signed)
03/14/2005 09:28 am
Ok that was another nice chapter. But again Ron and Hermione are a bit out of character. And would Mrs. Weasley really have let Ron get away with saying so much to Ginny? Would her brothers? Anyway the characterizations were a bit off but the writing was very good.


The helper and her charge.
Reviewer: Ham (Signed)
03/12/2005 08:49 am
Hey there. Great first chapter. I like the portrayal of Vernon and Petunia. They are spot on. But will they really be so nasty to Harry after the chat the Order gave them? The letter and will was well done. You found a belivable way of bypassing all the will reading (Wish i had thought of that) The letter from James and Lily was nice too. (Though the way it was written it seemed like a Gred and Forge Letter) Anyway great beginning Ham


Home isn't always where the heart lies.
Reviewer: amblewat (Signed)
03/08/2005 04:11 pm
What a great story! Keep up the great work.


Home isn't always where the heart lies.
Reviewer: Alan (Signed)
02/20/2005 09:35 pm
Hi, I think your fic has a very good start and I will continue to read it... I see a lot of potential in this fic... And you made me a littlle curious about those artifacts... Your Harry seens a littlle bit to troubled, but the way you are planing his relatinship with Ginny seens to be very good... I my self believe in the existence of a larger Potter Vault, but I no longer see it hapening on the books... Well that is it for now... Hope to see more of your fic soon...


Home isn't always where the heart lies.
Reviewer: PzkwVIb (Signed)
02/19/2005 12:21 pm
A most promising start. Just a few English corrections: >>I dont think know would be the proper time or the proper place to read my mail, Aunt Petunia. I believe you mean "now" rather than "know". >>Deciding that now would be the perfect time to beet a hasty retreat... In this case use "beat". Beets are vegetables. >>Enjoy life; prank a lot, wrack havoc in school.... One wreaks havoc. Wrack means "a state of ruin or destruction".


Home isn't always where the heart lies.
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