Reviews For Senses
Reviewer: Pirate Fanatic
Date: 05/19/07 9:37
Chapter: Battered Senses, Undying Devotion


Reviewer: Pirate Fanatic
Date: 05/19/07 9:32
Chapter: Harry Potter and the Sense of Guilt

Oh wow. Some plan...

Reviewer: Pirate Fanatic
Date: 05/19/07 9:28
Chapter: A Sense of Foreboding

I hate cliffies

Reviewer: Pirate Fanatic
Date: 05/19/07 9:24
Chapter: Sense and Reason

It's so funny how they're snogging while there's people getting injured and possibly killed outside

Reviewer: Pirate Fanatic
Date: 05/19/07 9:22
Chapter: A Sense of Duty


Reviewer: Pirate Fanatic
Date: 05/19/07 9:19
Chapter: A Sense of Self

Excellent 2nd chapter. Not as action packed as the 1st chapter but it too much action is not always good

Reviewer: Pirate Fanatic
Date: 05/19/07 9:15
Chapter: Dulling of the Senses

Wow. That's a load of action occuring in the first chapter. Very Exciting!

Reviewer: Pirate Fanatic
Date: 05/19/07 9:15
Chapter: Dulling of the Senses

Wow. That's a load of action occuring in the first chapter. Very Exciting!

Reviewer: Kiwi_Chick
Date: 05/15/07 17:00
Chapter: Epilogue

What a brilliant ending. I was in tears reading about the funeral. I'm so Glad Hermione is ok.

Reviewer: ashleyxx
Date: 05/13/07 19:16
Chapter: Epilogue

wow... n phew! you had me worried for a sec. Just like to say, fab opening n a great plot, u r a writer n a half! i really enjoyed this, it was one of thoses things that left you happy, but at the same time theres a heavyness in the stomach and a lump in the throat :( good to see there is actually sum talent on the sight, keep it up x x x x x x

Reviewer: his_tru_luv
Date: 05/11/07 14:46
Chapter: Epilogue

I loved this story. I'm happy at the way it turned out. I was incredibally sad about the deaths but overall really loved the ending. Thank you for allowing me to enjoy your story!

Reviewer: Ozma333
Date: 05/07/07 21:58
Chapter: Epilogue

And just as soon, or so it seems, the story ends... I tell you, I feel a mixture of sadness and gratefullness! Thank you for allowing me to participate in this event...yes, this story was an event....I feel like something big has just ended for me! It was downright brilliant! Congratulations on your triumph of a story, and I look forward to more from you! Thanks so much! ~ozma333

Reviewer: XhayleeXblackX
Date: 05/04/07 19:37
Chapter: Epilogue

Oh my gosh. I am trying very hard to type this because my tears are making it rather hard to see. I've not stopped crying since the seventh paragraph. Ah, wiping away the tears so I can think clearly. This was one of the most amazing stories I have ever read.
I was glad beyond belief that Hermione was alive but heart-wrenchingly saddend that Molly died.
The way you worded the funeral was so breathtaking. I am sad yet happy that this story has come to an end. Sad to see it go, and happy that I was here to watch it grow into the beautiful story that it is. You have done a truely outstanding, wonderfully mindboggling job. Congrats on writing such a tale.

Reviewer: XhayleeXblackX
Date: 05/04/07 19:34
Chapter: Epilogue

Oh my gosh. I am trying very hard to type this because my tears are making it rather hard to see. I've not stopped crying since the seventh paragraph. Ah, wiping away the tears so I can think clearly. This was one of the most amazing stories I have ever read.
The way you worded the funeral was so breathtaking.

Reviewer: Shadowgirl
Date: 05/04/07 10:43
Chapter: Epilogue

Sniif. It's beautiful. Sad, but oh so well done. It's really

Reviewer: Ginny Weasley Potter
Date: 05/04/07 2:29
Chapter: Dulling of the Senses

I did not catch up with the results of those awards, because I was probably concentrating on my exams at that time, but after reading this fic (all in one sitting, so forgive me for not reviewing each and every chapter), I’ll say that it deserved the award. The story was very, very different from the ones I have read till now. You have brought out the feelings in the minds of Harry, Ginny, Ron and Hermione in a very smooth, tender manner. One might debate that this belonged to the dark/angst category, but I can see your reasons for placing it in this category instead. It is romance in a very different kind of atmosphere. The setting, which is at night, adds to the grandeur of the quality of romance that you have exploited. The entire story went on in a very slow, gentle way, explaining every single emotion, every single thought and every physical feeling. Your writing style is marvellous. It keeps the reader intact and pulls them into the story. You have expressed and explored love, friendship, humanity and death, and yet, you have left it undefined. You have left the reader to sink even more deeply into the mystery of all these human aspects.

I would also like to praise you for the use of words. You have explained every single thing- every atmosphere, every face. You have explained guilt, sadness, happiness, attraction, worry, grief… everything in a very spell-binding way. You have not left a single scar on Hermione’s face and you have not missed a single tear that splashed down Ron’s cheek. You have not abandoned your explanation of Ron’s new-found (well, he was too naďve to realise that he loved Hermione before now) feelings towards Hermione. It is a very deep discovery of Jo’s world and we all know that Jo may not go in for exploring Ron and Hermione’s thoughts in Book 7; she will be more inclined on writing Harry’s feelings, because in her books, Harry is usually the protagonist. Apart from all this, you have elucidated the effect of love on the boys- Harry’s burst of magic when it came to protecting Ginny and Ron’s own wand-less magic when he saw Hermione suffering; and yet, the feeling of disgust on performing Dark Magic. You have simply made it clear that love is very powerful and this love can make you do things that you wouldn’t imagine doing even in your dizziest daydreams.

I also congratulate you on your characterisation. Harry is not romantic. He is tactless, slightly insensitive and short tempered. Yet, you have brought out the hidden love in his heart. You have released it and matured him in a day. You have made him realise his feelings for Ginny and his own friends. I loved it. Then again, you have proved that Ron and Hermione are true Gryffindors. ‘Courage, truly, is not the absence of fear, it is the will to face reality’ (I think this was mentioned in one of the HP books. I searched through them, but I can’t find the actual quote). They are scared, but they are not running away. They are ready to face whatever fate is set in store for them. They are ready to sacrifice their lives for their best friend. Snape, as you have written is proven to be human. He understands Hermione’s feelings and decides to protect her. We all know that he is hanging down a cliff and can barely do anything, but he did something, for another human being. You have separated the character of Snape from that of Voldemort. I, in my experience of writing fanfiction, have noticed the similarities between these two characters and had to take the help of my Beta to bring in that slight difference. But you have proved an expert at doing so.

Lastly, I would like to applaud you for the ending. The ending was mysterious… it said that nothing is over, as yet. We still have our entire life ahead of us and this is just the beginning. Bigger troubles will come and we must face them bravely. I thought, for a moment, that it was Hermione’s funeral in the end, and was slightly surprised when it turned out to be Mrs. Weasley’s instead. After that, you sent Ron to the hospital. The Ron before this incident would have poured everything into Hermione, but the new, adult Ron maintains silence, letting Hermione pick up the facts on her own. And the last words were very, very beautiful.

Once again, it was a very touching, marvellous fic and hats off, to your wonderful writing style. Once again, I apologise for not reviewing every single chapter and I guess this is a very long review. I couldn’t help but analyse your fic and praise you for it. The praise, as you see, has been very long (my longest review, though, was for a school project. We were to read any book of Jane Austen and review it and I read Pride and Prejudice. The review turned out to be fourteen pages long, earning popping eyes from my classmates). Keep up the good work, and just a question: are you planning a sequel? Anyway, cheers! :) ~Pooja.

PS: One of my OCs is named as Ashley. She’s one of my favourite characters and has quite a role in my Book7 fic.

Reviewer: AliKt716
Date: 05/03/07 20:57
Chapter: Epilogue

Beautiful. That's all I can think of to describe it.
I think there could be room for a sequal....

Reviewer: LiaWitch20
Date: 05/03/07 19:04
Chapter: Sensing the End

Long time is worth it when exits wonderful writers like you.
What can I say, it was amazing and tensing. Very astonishing the way you described Hermione’s pain, it was like I can feel it (sort of), I don’t know how to explain it.
I’m like speechless so I wont say anymore.

Reviewer: Wileycat
Date: 05/03/07 10:39
Chapter: Epilogue

This story was intense. Well written.

Reviewer: Thespidermanblanket
Date: 05/02/07 22:18
Chapter: Epilogue

oh gosh. it's over. It's over. The entire thing was amazing, i could barely contain my excitement when the last chapter came but uhhhh.... it's just good..... amazingly good.

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