Reviews For Switched at Birth
Author's Response: Aw. I'm glad you liked it and thank you so much for reviewing. :). I'm trying to formulate a good sequel...but I would like to write more in this universe.
Author's Response: I am so glad that you liked it. :D. Thank you for the review. This made my day. :).
I was happy for green-eyed Neville, but I couldn't help but feel that Harry really got the short end of the stick here (again). I mean, a) he's been stuck with the Dursleys for ten years because of a mix-up, b) during this story he still seems to be basically raising himself, despite "Gran", and c) he still has tons of challenges (Voldemort, the Ministry, etc) before him that he'll have to face without a proper guardian to help him. He might not even have Sirius and Remus to count on the way he did in canon (since they wont be his "godfathers"). I'm glad though, that you had McGonagall trying to help Harry at the end, and I hope that if you do continue the stories, Snape will soften at least a little towards the Longbottoms' son, since he seemed pretty nasty toward him here, at least at the beginning.
I apologize if my comments are all about Harry Longbottom, and it seems like I'm ignoring "Neville" who's actually Lily&James' son. I guess I'm thinking of Harry Longbottom as the "real" Harry, since he's the one who grew up the way canon-Harry did, and who'll likely face the same terrifying fate as canon-Harry, even if he doesn't have green eyes and couldn't play Quidditch to save his life. Again, I really did like your story (and writing style); maybe I just have a too-soft spot for the boy-who-lived. ;)
Author's Response: omg. best review ever! Thank you. SQUEE. <3 <3. I'm glad you liked it.
Author's Response: Erm. That's kinda the whole point of "switched at birth". lol. Thank you for the review. :).
... pretty please? I'll even beta for you.
I love it and think that there is much more that can be shown in this world should you choose to do so. Either way, well done!
Author's Response: I would not be entirely unwilling to possibly write more maybe in the future. ;). Thanks.
Thanks for sharing this great twist with us.
Author's Response: That moment made me so sad! I was sitting at the computer going all "Awwwww, poor Neville!" lol. ;). Thanks. I'm so glad people are enjoying these stories.
Author's Response: Aw! Thank you so much. I'm glad you liked it. :)
I love how they're calling each other "Dad" and "Son" already. They both were in such obvious need of a family.
Even after Augusta's reaction, how perfect that the loving green-eyed one was still concerned with how she's doing.
Good on Snape for setting aside his Potter-hatred to snap some sense into Harry (gee that was hard to write) regarding his reaction to his real parents.
Alright! He was resorted into Ravenclaw! He'll be much happier there, I'm sure. Hey, maybe he can try out for the team if it doesn't interfere with his potion lessons. :-D
Author's Response: I always thought Neville should have been in Ravenclaw. He's so studious and smart (at least with Herbology he has no equal in his year), so, I figured he'd be chosen by Ravenclaw. Technically it's a foreshadowing because he hasn't actually BEEN resorted yet, but he will be sorted in Ravenclaw. :). Thank you, for your awesome review and south-box remarks. :). I'm so happy you liked it.
Although I've never read a tale like this one before, you managed to make it quite believable.
Knowing how the Dursley's insisted on their nephew taking care of the lawn, I can see how that would be quite appealing to someone with herbology leanings. Great thought of him turning part of the Gryff rooms into a greenhouse, BTW.
Plus, considering how things went on the Gryff's first day in Potions, it's easy to see how (without the Potter animosity) Snape would see the note-taking for what it really was.
Can I cast a few mild stinging curses at Augusta? I'm sure Severus and Minerva won't notice.
Author's Response: lol. If they're miiiild curses go for it. lol. Thank you, for such a truly awesome review! <3. :). I am so glad you enjoyed it. This was one of my harder-to-write stories so I'm glad you enjoyed reading it. :)
I loved it. This is awesome. Thanks so much for doing a sequel and sharing :D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D
Author's Response: :D. Thank you for the awesome review. ;). All those smileys sure cheered me up today. :). I'm glad you enjoyed the sequel.
Author's Response: lol. Thanks for the review. I'm glad you enjoyed it. :)
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