Reviewer: Child_of_Darkness
Date: 08/09/08 13:52
Chapter: The Futility of Reason

that was soooooooooooooooo sick. IT WAS AWESOME!!!!!!!!!!!!

Reviewer: kittylefish
Date: 01/25/08 19:17
Chapter: The Futility of Reason

this was a wonderful story. the thing i found most amazing was that, even though snape was being very true to his usual, awful self, i still found myself hoping he would get the girl in the end, which is a testament to your writing skills and how well you developed the story and the interaction between the characters. nice snappy dialog, too. i don't remember how i stumbled onto this story, but i'm glad i did!

Author's Response: I'm very glad you enjoyed it, and thanks for taking the time to let me know. :-)

Reviewer: kritchen
Date: 11/20/07 23:02
Chapter: The Futility of Reason

typically, I don't like noncannon pairings but this story was brilliance. It really made me giggle (awarding some strange stares from my parents but it was worth it) and I definitely did enjoy it. The pairing is so absurd, it works. lol. thank you for sharing this lovely story. Kudos for you! :]

Author's Response: Thanks! :-)

Reviewer: Hazil
Date: 11/07/07 9:55
Chapter: The Futility of Reason

awwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww

Reviewer: EnigmaticSS
Date: 09/24/07 7:50
Chapter: The Futility of Reason

This was absolutely brilliant! The conversations between Hermione and Snape, your choice of words, the plot, everything was so clever and well written. The joke with the "tea" that was reapeated through out the story was a bonus too!
I'm not a big fan of the pairing either, but I immensely enjoyed reading your piece. It was one of the best stories I've ever read. Very good job!

Author's Response: Thanks so much for reading, and for letting me know you enjoyed it!

Reviewer: EnigmaticSS
Date: 09/24/07 7:50
Chapter: The Futility of Reason

This was absolutely brilliant! The conversations between Hermione and Snape, your choice of words, the plot, everything was so clever and well written. The joke with the "tea" that was reapeated through out the story was a bonus too!
I'm not a big fan of the pairing either, but I immensely enjoyed reading your piece. It was one of the best stories I've ever read. Very good job!

Reviewer: EnigmaticSS
Date: 09/24/07 7:49
Chapter: The Futility of Reason

This was absolutely brilliant! The conversations between Hermione and Snape, your choice of words, the plot, everything was so clever and well written. The joke with the "tea" that was reapeated through out the story was a bonus too!
I'm not a big fan of the pairing either, but I immensely enjoyed reading your piece. It was one of the best stories I've ever read. Very good job!

Reviewer: Hazil
Date: 07/14/07 13:37
Chapter: The Futility of Reason

love it!

Author's Response: Thanks, Hazil! :-)

Reviewer: relichunter18
Date: 07/02/07 14:49
Chapter: The Futility of Reason

This was one of the first pieces of fanfiction I read a long time ago, and I still love it! Actually, it got me into the HGSS ship, and it made me go find Highly Improbable- which is amazing too, I might add.

Author's Response: It was nice of you to pop through for a second read. Thanks for letting me know you enjoyed it. :-)

Reviewer: the_evenstar
Date: 04/28/07 11:36
Chapter: The Futility of Reason

Wow! As an avid Oscar Wilde fan, I LOVED how well you portrayed witty!Snape! I, wow, I've always been tempted to think of him that way, but I don't think I could ever write him that witty and that absolutely believable at the same time. Just... what a sweet story! I really, really loved it!!

Author's Response: Thank you! I'm glad you enjoyed it.

Reviewer: Simply Being
Date: 10/05/06 21:24
Chapter: The Futility of Reason

*speechless* I'm sorry, I personally despise short reviews myself, but I can't come up with anything other than that :-)

Reviewer: ohmoonyone
Date: 06/26/06 16:00
Chapter: The Futility of Reason

That was amazing! I think you really captured Severus and Hermione's characters and the conversations between them were absolutely hilarious but I think believable. Love the tea references!

Reviewer: TOMROHT
Date: 06/09/06 12:49
Chapter: The Futility of Reason

I don't really like Snape--at all...but your story was still very amusing.

TOMROHT

Reviewer: Vorona
Date: 04/19/06 22:34
Chapter: The Futility of Reason

It's been a long time since I read this for the first time, and since then, I cannot think about Snape without imagining him having an insatiable need for tea. Lovely :)

Reviewer: Air Elemental
Date: 03/09/06 10:25
Chapter: The Futility of Reason

I'm not a Snape/Hermione shipper myself, but I thoroughly enjoyed the story. I liked Snape's dry humour and Hermione seemed very much in character. Was that a sly Snape/Lily hint in there too? Good job!

Author's Response: Thanks. Glad you liked it. I can't see Snaoe shipped with any canon female, which makes it great fun to poke subtle digs at some of the more popular ships.

Reviewer: joanna
Date: 02/07/06 10:46
Chapter: The Futility of Reason

Hm, I thought I have already reviewed your fic, but it doesn't seem like it. Anyways, I really liked it and especially the fact, that you have kept them so well in character. I like Snape as a character, fanfic writers have so much to explore there. And one side of his character his strange sense of humor. And you've written it so well! Hermione is easy to be angered by immature-acting boys, so I say that will carry on when she is an adult and meets a slightly insane man. Her witty responses are hilarious. And the tea references here and there? Simply fabulous!

Author's Response: Thank you. This was a fun piece to write.

Reviewer: Masked One
Date: 10/31/05 21:31
Chapter: The Futility of Reason

You’ve done a wonderful job keeping everyone in character, and still making me laugh. Instead of twisting the characters to make them funny, you very expertly used their innate sense of humor, and the result was hilariously wonderful. This came as close to perfection in a story as any I can think of: great job. I have a few comments on lines taken directly from the story:

“…his hooked nose bore a pronounced scar from a Cruciatus Curse…” Does the Cruciatus Curse leave scars? I didn’t think it did, but it doesn’t say anywhere that it couldn’t either, I suppose.

“Only as it pertains to thought. In facing up to my…indiscretions, I would elect to spare myself the trial of accompanying you to the church and subjecting myself to a mass public hexing.” For some reason I found this line inordinately amusing. The entire first half of the fic was endless amusement with the conversations between them, but I especially liked that one line.

“This flat seems suitable enough,” Snape decided. I can Apparate here each evening and at the weekends. Or, if you prefer, we could find a cottage in Hogsmeade.” You’re missing a quotation mark where I added one in bold.

I did wonder (though only after I had finished the fic, and was contemplating my review) about Charlie riding a dragon. I got the distinct impression from the books that Dragons weren’t tamable at all, and that they weren’t ridden.

Again, a wonderful, in character, humorous, realistic story, written well. I’ll be adding it to my favorites list.

Author's Response: Thank you, Masked One. I'm glad you enjoyed it. As for scars and dragon riding, I think they've both become fanon cliches by now. I'm not the first to use them and I doubt I'll be the last. What isn't specifically stated in canon, we are allowed to invent. Then we must leave it up to the discerning reader to tell us whether we have crossed the line or pulled it off.

Reviewer: Ksenia
Date: 10/27/05 22:55
Chapter: The Futility of Reason

I bow down to the sucess of your story. I had not thought it possible to create a realistic romantic relationship that developed over 48 hours. I usually get annoyed by quick romances but here the pacing seemed slow as well as giving the urgancy of the wedding. Your characters were in canon, and their developement into older age was wonderfuly done. The only place where I felt it fell from it high standered was the when the girls were talking to Hermione before the wedding. I felt that the pairings offered were a bit odd, and not fully prepared. But over all it was wonderfully written and I definately loved it.

Author's Response: The 48-hour premise was created by one of the judges in Sycophant Hex's Spring Faire Festival. This one-shot was merely a response to it. I made the other pairings odd on purpose, to drive home the point that love is unpredictable. If, however, I had intended this story to be taken seriously, I would have selected different pairings. Thanks for reviewing. :-)

Reviewer: FyreHazzard
Date: 10/27/05 16:23
Chapter: The Futility of Reason

Absolutely brilliant! I laughed the whole way through. The conversations were witty and I enjoyed the story greatly.

Author's Response: Thanks for reviewing! I'n glad you enjoyed it. :-)

Reviewer: Kelsid
Date: 08/28/05 9:21
Chapter: The Futility of Reason

Oh, and one more thing- is Spring Faire Festival's "I Want to Kiss the Bride" story option named after that Elton John song? "I Want to Kiss the Bride?"

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