Date: 01/23/2009 12:41 PM Title: Twenty-Five: Gringotts Again
You do such a great job conveying the immediacy of everything. I wanted to take my time reading this chapter, I'm trying to stretch things out since we're right here at the end. Instead, I felt as though my eyes were flying over the words! (I'll just have to reread it, won't I? smiling)
Date: 01/20/2009 12:33 PM Title: Twenty-Four: Crowded House
Poor Ron. I, too, tried to come up with a million ways to explain Dumbledore's death as a fake. I suspect many other readers did the same. We all knew, though, that it was real. Just like Harry said, we learned our lesson with Sirius. Gripping update, Thanks.
Date: 01/20/2009 12:21 PM Title: Twenty-Three: Shell Cottage
Dobby's death and funeral move me as much as they do every time I read of them. No matter whom the author is. You handled it very well, I think. I like that Ron mourned Scabbers/Wormtail, and that he needed a release from things he'd seen and been through so recently. Thanks for the update.
Date: 01/04/2009 11:45 PM Title: Eighteen: Godric's Hollow
I nearly felt like throwing up while reading JKR's description of Bathilda Bagshot's house and Hermione's and Harry's time there. I'm grateful you didn't go into quite that much detail! This is another excellent update. You capture the poignancy of the graveyard, and Hermione's worry about Harry at the end.