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Reviewer: September (Anonymous)
04/19/2007 12:59 am
I love this story, I love the idea, I love Hermione and Sirius together and how you've explained Sirius contacting Hermione and why. I am such a fan of your work! This is sounding vaguely stalkerish...let's just say that by now I've read all of your stories on Sugarquill and here, and they rock. The way Sirius describes his sort of limbo in this story I think I love the most!


Author's Response: Wow, thanks, Anon.  Well, at least you're not a Lurker.  I do love reviews, you can tell.  Poor, dear Sirius.  He's in a real mess.  Got to get him hooked up with his buddies on the Other Side and soon, dontcha think?  ;) 



13. At the Motel
Reviewer: Apocalypticat (Signed)
03/04/2007 05:14 pm
*Bounces* I await an update eagerly.

Author's Response: *Blushes*  Thanks.  Enjoy!



9. Sv Mglbrn chldrn fr DEs
Reviewer: Apocalypticat (Signed)
03/04/2007 05:05 pm
Aberforth was exactly how I imagine him. Great stuff! I loved some of the descriptions, particularly applying to Ab. Abnormal indeed!

Author's Response: I confess, I'm guilty of stealing again, this time from 'young Frankenstein' when Igor thinks the abnormal brain he steals belonged to someone named 'Abby Normal'. 



7. Aberforth
Reviewer: Apocalypticat (Signed)
03/04/2007 04:41 pm
Ah, Dante! A wonderful guy. I got a bit confused with the explanation, but it was as smashing as the previous two.

Author's Response:

The original challenge at SQ was titled 'Hermione's Inferno', and the tasks were inspired by the various levels of Dante's hell.   I've had to change the plot considerably to keep it in canon, since the challenge was created before HBP.  A challenge in itself, and possibly the reason for your confusion. I'm still wrestling with the workings of the Afterlife in the Potterverse, and the real meaning of the Veil/Portal.




3. Sirius' Story
Reviewer: Apocalypticat (Signed)
03/04/2007 04:34 pm
Still smashing! Though I swear I got a whiff of Pratchett in the explanation part (a pleasant whiff; I like Pratchett) but I supposed that's none too surprising when Death is involved.

Author's Response: Indeed, it is a very deliberately Pratchett Death.  I've read several of the 'Discworld' series and enjoyed them very much.



2. The List
Reviewer: Apocalypticat (Signed)
03/04/2007 04:25 pm
Ooh! Splendid stuff! I love the way you described Hermione's thoughts, and I have to say that Hermione-the-flawed made a nice change from the usual Hermione-the-absolutely-perfect victim of Ron-the-dimwit. Very grotesque imagery with the Headmaster; you've made me quite frantic about him.

Author's Response:

I once actually thought that Hermione was perfect (being a lot like her myself), but then I entered this summer writing challenge at Sugar Quill, from which this story stems.  The person moderating the challenge contended that Hermione had a great many faults and that she needed to be taken down a peg for them.  The tasks were designed to make her see her own flaws.  Merlin, did that open my eyes!




1. Hermione Pursued
Reviewer: LOTRandHPnut (Signed)
01/12/2007 11:55 pm
Lot of suggestive lines in there......maybe you should take them out. I must admit, that's a rather unique plot you have going there.

Author's Response: Hmmm...suggestive...do you mean as in smut?  If so, I must say, I'm unaware of them--in this story at least.  Mwa-ha-ha-ha!



1. Hermione Pursued
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