Reviews For Ice and Flowers

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Reviewer: MinervaEvenstar (Signed)
03/28/2006 05:39 pm
Your metaphor of the ice and flowers was really brilliant!

Author's Response: Thanks Minerva, glad you enjoyed this one!

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Reviewer: Madeline Fabray (Signed)
03/25/2006 11:43 pm
This was amazing. I love the symbolism of the snow, ice and flowers. So poetic!

Author's Response: Thank you, I'm really glad this had the desired effect!

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Reviewer: Lesa (Anonymous)
03/25/2006 08:08 pm
Grandfather: Neville.  Lovely, lovely, moving and well done.  Amazing work for it being so tells it all!

Author's Response: Wow, well done! You're right of course, I assume it was the line "I was almost he" tipped you off. You are one of the few to read this story on the net and guess correctly so well done! I'm delighted you liked it so much. 

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Reviewer: LunaMoon224 (Signed)
03/25/2006 07:05 pm

Was it Ron? I had thought maybe about Dumbledore, but him being a grandfather? And him still being alive? Hehe. I like how you did the conversation, though, and how you put some of the child's emotions in there, too. Great job!!

Author's Response: No actually, it was Neville. The clue was "I was almost he" along with a few smaller tips. Interesting idea though! I'm really glad you liked it, and thanks for taking the time to review!

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Reviewer: Lionz_4_the_Cup (Signed)
03/25/2006 06:38 pm
that was good. a little confusing, i think, but good. so it was Dumbledore telling the story of Harry and the defeat of voldemort? i think i got that right...

Author's Response: Not exactly - I put in the summary that it was a lament for the loss of Dumbledore between a grandfather and his grandson, so it's about the night that Dumbledore died, and a little about Harry's journey after that. If you keep that in mind it will probably make the story much clearer for you - and let you know who the grandfather is. Thanks for reviewing!

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