I'm reading this again! I wasn't in the mood to buy an e-book and figured out that I could read this on my device, so...here it goes again. It's apparently only been 7 months since last time. But I have to read something on my train ride. I just like this series.
I should leave a review every time I read this story. Maybe I have....
At any rate, I just (accidentally) read it all the way through again! Fabulous work, just like all the other times.
Wow, I can’t believe I never left a closing review on this amazing story. *corrects oversight* In my humble opinion, this is the best fanfiction on the site and not just because Remus is the star and the thought of him in leather makes me dizzy happy. ;) Of course, that certainly helps. However, the writing is beautiful; the plot immensely entertaining and well constructed; the characterization of canon characters is spot on; the original characters are brilliant, fully developed, interesting, and blend into the canon of Harry Potter seamlessly, up to the point of book 6, of course. Still, the way the actual canon turned out, so similar to this story is just amazing. In short, I love this story and recommend it to anyone who will listen. In fact, I really need to make time to reread it. It’s that good. Thank you.
I like that Kane's defeat isn't the end and everything's hunky dory. Remus still has his own demons to fight and you portrayed that very well.
I adore Tonks in your writing, and I love how you write her and Remus together. Their banter makes me laugh. And I've read your romance I find it neither dreadful nor cheesy.
I'm told its bad manners to read a story four times and have only as many reviews, so I'll try and make up for that. :D
I really like your flashbacks. Its a story in itself instead of just a character telling a story. Now I'm as attached to Rey and Diana as I am to Remus. Your descriptive terms really make the story come alive.
A more perfect ending chapter could not have been written. You've more than outdone yourself once again. Look forward to reading more of your stuff.
More than awesome. More than perfect. I cannot conceive of any other way Remus would have or could have handled the meeting with Kane. Pure Remus. Not a word came out of his mouth that did not sound perfectly natural for him. Love your stuff.
Sort of like Dead Man Walking.
Very interesting. Don't know if I'm going to like what I hear, but I really wanted Remus to have this "talk" with Kane.And I really want it to be safe for Remus.
Awesomeness seems to run in your chapters. Especially when you're putting one over on your reader's while leaving broad hints.
Interesting beginning to a relationship. Be fun to see how it progesses.
Kane is up to something and I know I'm not going to like it.
Like finding out that Isaacs/Kane was outsmarted because his potential victums had been taught by a werewolf how to effectively slow down and/or stop one if you can find the right tools.
Snape is a slimey git. Potentionaly a good slimey git, but a slimey git nonetheless.
You're still doing it. Writing awesome stuff. How could you not write the newspaper article? It would not be the same story without Rita's making a total arse of herself. The student's would probably willingly step on her beetle form with great glee. The student's are praising Remus ingenuity in getting the Reversal Spell to Hermione, for helping them to save Snape, for fighting for them.
My faith in your writing having been justified I freely admit that you have been perfect once again. Obviously the part of you doing the writing subconciously knew Polyjuce Potion would not have the normal effect with a half-giant. You were just pretending you didn't realize what you did.
Awesome. I should have realized this was where you were heading. Your hints that all was not as it seemed were huge. I did suspect. The fire-call from Albus was a dead giveaway. If Remus was dead, Dumbledore would have flooed to Winter Hollow in person. That Remus let go was just his falling into unconciousness. I've been saying for many chapters you write really, really good stuff, you've proven me right again. His unconcious self continued the fight and ultimately won. Your A/N notes also gave it away.
Still reading. Still hoping.
I will read the rest of the story. Commenting is something else again.