Reviews For The Last Sunset
Reviewer: Minerva67
Date: 04/29/09 0:07
Chapter: Prologue: In the End There is a Beginning

Thank you for sharing this story with us. I hope that in writing it that you can can find peace and comfort.
a few years ago when a very dear pastor of mine had cancer, he said that his last year had been a time of great sadness, but also of reat joy.

Author's Response: I really appreciate the review and your condolence given. I believe my grandmother would have thought along the same lines as your pastor. Thank you again!

Reviewer: youaremylifenow
Date: 04/28/09 16:40
Chapter: Prologue: In the End There is a Beginning

This was so sad! I can feel Narcissa's worry for her son, Draco's sadness, and the ominity of Scorpius playing.

I am so proud of you for writing this. This must have been hard, and brought back painful memories, but you used the tough stuff to make your story better.

I wish the best to you and your family!

Author's Response: Thank you very much for your review and condolence. It was difficult for me to write, but also a wonderful story to write. I know my grandmother would be proud.

Reviewer: bellatrix-black-lestrange
Date: 04/27/09 11:13
Chapter: Prologue: In the End There is a Beginning

this is truly touching i am almost crying in fact i think i am !

never have i read anything like this it is truly a wonderful view on the pain that cancer causes

and seeing as it runs through my family i can relate to this

Author's Response: Thank you very much for my first review. I really appreciate it since this story was really close to me as well. Someone I love recently passed from cancer and this story is in tribute to her. It was a difficult story to write, but it was worth it in the end.

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