Reviews For The Hidden Doorway
Name: Maelyn reviewed The Telling of Dreams on Dec 27, 2006 06:03 pm
next chapter. ASAP.
Name: lurvhp reviewed The Pensieve on Dec 27, 2006 03:15 pm
oh no & uh oh...but who?
Name: lurvhp reviewed The Symbol on the Door on Dec 27, 2006 02:56 pm
who the hell is it
Name: lurvhp reviewed The Legilimens on Dec 27, 2006 02:23 pm
well, lol, draco was my second guess. but wowie, its getting interesting annddd, whys draco feel so uneasy, and what did he see in voldies mind?
Name: lurvhp reviewed 1. The Diagnosis on Dec 27, 2006 01:56 pm
snape? is it snape?

Author's Response: Absolutely not.
Name: ContessaNatasha reviewed The Telling of Dreams on Dec 27, 2006 11:55 am
Wonderful new chapter. I always look forward to your updates! Thanks.
Name: 0630938 reviewed The Moving Pictures on Nov 24, 2006 06:10 pm
gooodie what a wonderfull cliffy
Name: 0630938 reviewed The Boy Without a Name on Nov 24, 2006 05:47 pm
amazing great characterisation, pretty professional work sticks together well
Name: Kisou reviewed The Moving Pictures on Nov 13, 2006 08:53 pm
Your imagery with Cecilia makes me want to squirm, which is wonderful. You're doing an amazing job of making your vilian completely discusting, but, completely believable (in a Harry Potter sense, of course.) Keep it up.
Name: ithinkthereforeiam reviewed The Moving Pictures on Nov 13, 2006 01:53 pm
Thank God Cecilia got to the hospital, no matter how out of it she is. But is she falls asleep while she's in the hospital will he still come to her? Is Draco going to actually tell Ginny the truth? One hell of a chapter!
Name: gracie reviewed The Moving Pictures on Nov 13, 2006 11:47 am
aweesome =]
Name: dragoncharmer79 reviewed The Moving Pictures on Nov 13, 2006 04:10 am
Wow. That was a great chapter. I can not wait to see what happens next. Please continue to update. I love this story line.
Name: dracosmysextoy reviewed The Moving Pictures on Nov 11, 2006 10:08 pm
i hope that draco gets to seduce ginny.. hahahahahahaha
Name: tudorrose1533 reviewed The Moving Pictures on Nov 11, 2006 11:11 am
I just read all the chapters through, and I absolutely adore this story! There's loads of brilliant D/G (the sex scene was to die for...I loved the argument!) but with a real plot--which I seriously admire, because I can't write shippy fics with plot at all--and a GOOD one, too! I love the creepiness, because it just feels so genuine; the wizarding world isn't perfect, and finally someone's writing about it--and not using Voldemort, either, to demonstrate the badness. (Sometimes I feel like post-war stories make everything so happy and lovey, just because Voldemort's gone--but even without him, NO world can be perfect, and I love your fic for acknowledging that.)
And I wanted to make note of something from an earlier chapter--the boy who is dying, from the poisoned rose thorn? So touching...especially since it's another nod to the fact that the wizarding world has problems, too...not everything can be cured.
So, yeah. Amazing fic, and I love the characterization of Ginny and Draco, and even Harry! Can't wait for more!
Name: PaleRaven reviewed The Moving Pictures on Nov 11, 2006 10:10 am
I am loving this story... Great Job! Keep them coming.
Name: Embellished reviewed The Moving Pictures on Nov 11, 2006 04:06 am
Ginny's protestations to Draco are rather weak, aren't they? I am looking forward to seeing just how long she lasts.

I'm glad to see that Cecilia has finally managed to find help. Of course that means that the rapist is going to have to move on, and we know that won't be good for Ginny.

Anyway, thanks for the update. This chapter has given me lots to think about, as always!

Author's Response: You're welcome.
Name: nun outfits are cool reviewed The Moving Pictures on Nov 11, 2006 03:29 am
this story is pretty disturbing :S
but it's a good plotline and all...
i guess the rapist person is leo then...
what was his father's name, anyway?

Author's Response: Hehehe - you people and your guessing. Why do you think it's Leo?
Name: hummie reviewed The Moving Pictures on Nov 11, 2006 03:27 am
Oh wow, everything is coming into place! I am very excited :) Everything that Draco said about how the past shouldn't matter made sense, and I am disappointed that Ginny isn't open to his reasoning. Anyway, wonderful writing! I await the next installment!

Author's Response: Ginny is stubborn, but I bet he wears her down ;)
Name: DanRadcliffesgrrl reviewed The Moving Pictures on Nov 11, 2006 03:07 am
I am so glad you updated this story. This is one of the best stories I've read. I hope you can update sooner though. Thanks!

Author's Response: Well I'm a college student, a mom, and I have a job, so I update as quickly as I can.
Name: Rashonda reviewed The Moving Pictures on Nov 10, 2006 08:44 pm
How exciting, Cecilia is finally going to get help and the perv is on the way to being found out. Ginny is a trip though, she does/doesn't want Draco and will try to repress her feeling or desires for him. She doesn't have a good will though since she's already contemplating him seducing her easily.
Oh, another thing, Molly Weasley needs a freaking muzzle or something for that yap of hers' any thoughts on perhaps killing her off? That would make me happy. LOL. Great Update.

Author's Response: Molly is all right. She just worries about her kids. Haha, there's no killing of Molly! :)
Name: ithinkthereforeiam reviewed The Butterflies in her Stomach on Oct 24, 2006 07:25 am
If the man is only going to go after Ginny once Cecilia is done with, Cecilia needs to get the hell to St. Mungo's. She must be extremely scared of everything, or at least people in general if she won't even come out of her house to get some kind of help.
You've got me hooked though, and this story has definitely gotten me thinking.
Name: vardaquareien reviewed The Butterflies in her Stomach on Oct 18, 2006 12:37 am
Wow! this fic is really unique and is definatly a favourite of mine! I love the way you've made it so multi-faceted. There's the more simple but highly enjoyable relationship developing between Ginny & Draco (I love Ginny's self-denial btw). There's the whole involved and complex mystery of who the sociopath is and how they're going to stop him, and then there's the terrifying aspect of Ginny being the next victim.

I love in depth stories and it's easy to see when reading this that you've researched the topic and are definately going below the surface.

One thing I found interesting in the last chap was that Cecilia kept putting off going to the ministry. I was wondering if this would be a general reluctance to tell people or if this stems from the whole legilimencically sealed doorway in her mind?

Author's Response: Quoted by my co-author:"Cecilia is scared. She is scared about everything at this point. She doesn't want to be around people, she is nervous about them looking at her or potencially touching her. She is dealing with alot of post traumatic stress on a daily basis not to mention she is becoming a little delusional from barely sleeping." It's more of a reluctance to see people than to tell them.
Name: Embellished reviewed The Butterflies in her Stomach on Oct 17, 2006 12:47 pm
I absolutely loved Ginny's internal monologue of denial! Then I nearly choked when she told Harry that she had had sex with Draco. I even went back to see if she was just imagining saying that. Hee hee. Of course, if Harry ever finds out, Ginny can honestly say that she told him. Anyway, thank you for the update! I'm looking forward to reading more.
Name: HumbugGirl reviewed The Butterflies in her Stomach on Oct 17, 2006 12:16 pm
I honestly can't describe how tense this fic has got me... I just want to knock Ginny around the back of the head and tell her that she's in danger. Then, of course, I can't help but want Draco to play the big hero...

Not that I'm even thinking of telling you how to write your story. Only... well, it's wonderful and I need more, lol. Congratulations on getting me addicted.
Name: Kisou reviewed The Butterflies in her Stomach on Oct 16, 2006 10:31 pm
I love how you have this sleek buisness woman type and then comes along someone who just has that way about them and they completely fall apart. It's so much fun to watch. Good job on this story though. I can't wait to see more.
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