This was a great study of Remus' character and it worked well in relation to Horatio. I haven't actually read Hamlet yet, but I know a bit about it. It was a really great way of demonstrating Remus' loss without getting cliched or overly wordy. Great fic :)
Author's Response: Thank you! Don't read Hamlet, see it on stage-- I personally recommend David Tenant's.
I enjoyed this one, too. I confess I am not much of a Shakespeare fun to fully know what was going on with a few of the allusions, haha, but it was great reading your witty story-telling.
I have a few nitpicks:
But weirdly enough, that what my life feels like.
I think you meant "that's what my..."
I didn’t turn against my friends, I wasn’t kill, I wasn’t even seriously physically injured.
"I wasn't killed."
My favourite part was when they attempted to brew the potion, lol. But, all in all, you wrote Remus well. I dunno if he would have read Shakespeare, or if Lily would, considering she joined the wizarding world at the age of eleven, but really, it was a great one-shot.
Author's Response: Thank you! I'm not much good at catching nitpicky things-- but neither was the mod, lol. I am quite honored that you read this since i have enjoyed several of your stories. Thanks again!
i'm really glad i came across this story. i;ve been toying with writing a story aout remus' loss, and i never connected him to horatio, but not that ive read this, it works perfectly. good story.
Author's Response: Thank you!
I like it! I was a bit, I don't know, hesitant about it in the beginning, but the meaning came out strong and clear and I get it! I feel for Remus in a way I hadn't thought about him before. I guess I'd never taken the time to notice that he was the lone survivor, left to deal with everything that had happened! Great job!
Author's Response: Thank you! This was originally going to be a boring analysis paper, but those are hard to publish... and besides, Remus does suffer the most throughout the years. Thanks for writing in.