Reviewer: RedHeadWriter
Date: 04/23/11 11:17
Chapter: Prologue

That was really good, writing about the funerals and all. The funerals were never mentioned in the series, so very original and good writing!

Author's Response: Thank you so much! really appreciate your views. I hope you stick by the story and keep letting me know what you think! Hediwg_4eva x

Reviewer: Padfoot11333
Date: 04/09/11 15:57
Chapter: Prologue

Hi!

Liked the story, looked like it will be a good one for me to wait for updates hungrily. I do suggest you find a beta to fix some little spelling and grammer problems, but the plot *however much there isn't yet* seems like it'll be a good one.

~Lily~

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