Oh my God, this was SUPERB! Never saw another like it.....awesome!!
I really appreciate how you've written this. You are a very gifted writer, and I shall certainly be hopping over to FF.net to read the rest of the series.
I don't think I'd want to know further about the croissant, either... >.< I like how Harry is gradually figuring out more about Snape. Well done.
Oooh... nice touch with the poetry. Very nice, indeed.
I'm glad that Harry decided to stay.
Well written - a unique take on Snape's background. I like it.
Heck, I think Braque would freak me out at first, too!
Ah, but Harry just had to do a bit of snooping, didn't he? And the conversation seemed to be going somewhat well until that picture fell out of his pocket...
I love the description Snape's Cottage. Snape definitely doesn't seem one for unnecessary frills.
Yeah... that is a rather difficult place to move beyond, that immobilizing indifference.
Another great start with this story. Harry's inability to bring himself out of guilt-ridden apathy is aggravating, not only because part of you feels helpless for the character, but also, because another part wants to reach through the screen and give him a few good shakes to get him moving.
Brilliantly done, I must say. I rather enjoyed this, for all that it was rather dark. Very well written, and a good start - can't wait to see what you did with the sequel!
NICE! Ah, gotta love Voldy's arrogance, the crazed madman...
So far, so good. Now to see what goes wrong, as it seems inevitable that something will.
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