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Name: Imaiya reviewed Chapter 1 on Aug 05, 2011 10:14 pm
I read this again by the way, I am even more moved.
Name: Imaiya reviewed Chapter 1 on Aug 05, 2011 10:13 pm
Oh my goodness, this has got to be one of my favourite angst pieces ever! For something so short, this had such an impact. It's incredible. You are so talented to be able to convey such emotion in such a short piece, I can't get over it. I can only hope that one day I'll find a fic just as good as this. Such a great job, thank you so much :)
Name: somerandomperson reviewed Chapter 1 on Jul 07, 2009 12:55 am
You have no idea on what emotions I felt while reading this. Actually, you probably do. Poor Draco - he must've really loved Ginny to do that in the end. Well done. Well written and excellent idea writing the story as the coffin maker's point of view.
Name: Leven reviewed Chapter 1 on May 09, 2009 02:21 pm
Wow, it is amazing how something so short can be so powerful. That made my heart hurt, that did.
Name: Kelly Malfoy reviewed Chapter 1 on Oct 17, 2008 09:00 am
Wow. After reading this, I just sat in front of my computer for about 10 minutes with my hand over my mouth. This story is amazing and so sad.
Name: SparkleGlitterBreathe reviewed Chapter 1 on May 31, 2008 03:42 pm
This plot is pure genius. I admit, I expected what was coming from the very beginning of the story, but I had no idea of the way you would illustrate it. Beautiful!

Author's Response: Thank you!
Name: yunnage reviewed Chapter 1 on May 26, 2008 10:07 pm
wow. the ending really freaked me out. what a sad love story =[

Author's Response: Thank you!
Name: LovelyLytton reviewed Chapter 1 on May 11, 2008 09:15 pm
I actually read this awhile ago, and was apparently stupid enough to remember reviewing it. So, here I am, now.

Your writing itself is excellent, but the plot you came up with is amazing, it is perfect. Chosing an unknown and innocent bystander to tell their tale was such an ingenious idea (and to have him be a coffin-maker!).

The thought that Draco would steal into Ginny´s final resting place is both creepy and sad, and even though this isn´t an easy happy fic, it´s most certainly one of my favourites.

Author's Response: Thank you so much!
Name: februarystars reviewed Chapter 1 on Feb 26, 2008 09:50 am
I know this is supposed to be angsty, but I totally laughed at the Death Vittles. :) The outsider's voice is well-developed and chilling - despite (or maybe because of) the indifference necessary for his work, it seems like he sees the uncluttered truth of things...without being omniscient, which would have gotten in the way IMHO. Really, excellently written.

Author's Response: Thank you so much! The Death Vittles thing was definitely supposed to be a joke, but I think you're the first person who's commented on it :)
Name: eugenia reviewed Chapter 1 on Jan 30, 2008 07:15 pm
Sorry I took it too seriously. -runs away-


Author's Response: No apology necessary. :)
Name: CCC reviewed Chapter 1 on Jan 30, 2008 03:59 pm
The voice you wrote this in is fantastic. I kept hearing Vincent Price. Depending on your age, you may not know who he is. Great job.

Author's Response: I actually didn't know, but I looked him up on wikipedia. That's actually exactly what I was going for, so thank you very much for this comment!
Name: eugenia reviewed Chapter 1 on Jan 30, 2008 12:56 pm
Sorry if I sounded weird or dumb or something. :P
Name: eugenia reviewed Chapter 1 on Jan 30, 2008 12:50 pm
Sorry if I sounded weird or dumb or something. :P

Author's Response: Oh, I didn't mean to come across like that! Really, I was very flattered, what I said was meant as a joke.
Name: eugenia reviewed Chapter 1 on Jan 30, 2008 11:55 am
Wow. That was really deep and is making me think. 

Author's Response: I hardly know if I should be gratified or apologetic. Thank you anyway!
Name: Mollie reviewed Chapter 1 on Dec 26, 2007 03:32 am
That was really good, albeit depressing. I just wish that you had included an explanation as to her families anger and her injury. Anyway, thanks for such an amazing story!!!

Author's Response: I generally think that whatever isn't completely obvious in the writing should be left up to the reader's imagination, but I will still tell you that I thought her family was angry due to her relationship with Draco. Thank you very much!
Name: tinamarie reviewed Chapter 1 on Dec 20, 2007 06:42 am
It was so sad and touching at the same time. A part of me wishes there was more detail but the majority of me thinks this story is perfect as it is.

Author's Response: Thank you! Majority rules, right?
Name: Tesseract reviewed Chapter 1 on Nov 11, 2007 07:48 pm
This fic reminded me a great deal of Edgar Allen Poe's "Annabelle Lee", and yet I still didn't expect that ending somehow! I loved the twist at the end.

Author's Response: You're the second person who said that! Not that I'm keeping track. Thank you!
Name: TwistedPixie reviewed Chapter 1 on Oct 24, 2007 10:03 am
amazing. well done. that was beautiful. slightly odd but it added to the storys atmosphere.

xx

Author's Response: Thank you!
Name: Pipperstorms reviewed Chapter 1 on Sep 16, 2007 04:24 pm
Oh wow. That was just painful to read (in only the best way possible) The naritive was beautiful and heart breaking at the end.

Author's Response: Thank you so much!
Name: VioletJersey reviewed Chapter 1 on Aug 23, 2007 12:08 am
Death is life's greatest tragedy -- and in this case, poetry.

You have a gift and I'm so honored that you decided to share it with us.

Author's Response: Can you see my blush through the screen? Thank you!
Name: sunshowers reviewed Chapter 1 on Jun 29, 2007 11:00 am
If you read this with Cat Power's "I Found a Reason" YOU WILL CRY.
So sad.

Author's Response: I'll definitely have to try that! Thank you for the review.
Name: Mary reviewed Chapter 1 on Jun 29, 2007 06:42 am
this was amazingly sad for such a detached account of this story. Wonderful work.

Author's Response: Thank you!
Name: Cally reviewed Chapter 1 on Jun 28, 2007 09:27 am
Breathtaking, really. For as short as it is, it was extremely powerful.

Author's Response: Thank you so much!
Name: darsynia reviewed Chapter 1 on Jun 02, 2007 05:26 am
I liked this, the tone was really interesting, and few stories manage to achieve the 'outsider' tactic with any success. Great job!

Author's Response: Thank you very much!
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