Reviews For Subject 1121
Name: gypsybaby21 reviewed For Parseltonguepen on May 28, 2014 10:29 am
I really enjoyed the introduction to this. It adds a realistic flare to this imaginary world. I always kind of thought the series would’ve been more interesting had JKR let Voldemort win. If it had gone down that road, this is how I would imagine the Death Eaters treating those who’d fought against him. Since her measure of time depends on those three things it makes sense that she’d start showing signs of addiction to Draco’s visits, especially since his Accumbens Project has a certain amount of pleasure involved.

I love the slip up he made when he refereed to Ginny as ‘her’. It’s a good way to show that he’s humanizing her. Him quickly correcting himself makes the reader aware that he knows it too. She signed up for this? Curious, but clearly they’ve broken the contract if she thinks they’ve kept her longer. So she is still a prisoner. He’s calling her Ginny now? I’d say she’s been there a lot longer, especially if she’s built a tolerance to the pain.

So I was wrong. What a twist! I never suspected for a second that they were both test subjects, that they both volunteered and that this didn’t have anything to do with who won the war. It seems right that they both have triggers too even though they don’t necessarily remember. Great job!
Name: silvertatooine reviewed For Parseltonguepen on Feb 17, 2011 03:11 pm
wow, just wow.
Name: Abacus reviewed For Parseltonguepen on Jul 20, 2009 05:42 am
:O I like it :D
Veyr original. Brilliant ^^
Name: choravenclaw reviewed For Parseltonguepen on May 03, 2009 10:10 am
That was kinda creepy and absolutely disturbing
but i liked it
and i would love if there was something after
like a cookie to this storie telling us what happened andhow their relationship develops
Name: cindy reviewed For Parseltonguepen on Apr 22, 2009 03:31 am
read it in lj quite a long time ago..the story is definately one of the darkest fics i have ever read,very well written!loved its intensity.
Name: Anise reviewed For Parseltonguepen on Apr 13, 2009 05:41 pm
Well, this certainly reminds me of why we spend a lot of time going over issues of ethics in research in the MSW program. Beautiful, really, REALLY disturbing. Something tells me that you had the Stanley Milgram experiments in mind, but I'm glad that Draco and Ginny were able to find each other at last.
Name: shaded reviewed For Parseltonguepen on Apr 13, 2009 05:40 pm
I read this on the fic exchange, so when I saw it posted here I had half of me wanting to re-read it, since it's a very well-written story, but the other half of me recalled the hollow feeling I got when reading it (particularly at the start) and didn't really want a repeat. However, I'm glad I re-read it.

I noticed that near the beginning Draco seemed reluctant to carry on with his role - his jaw clenching, in what Ginny thinks is anger, I think may be due to revulsion at having to do what he is being forced to do. Or am I way off track here?

The ending was brilliant. It is a great twist to a rather torturous (in a good way!) story.
Name: DGgirl reviewed For Parseltonguepen on Apr 13, 2009 11:02 am
That was the craziest story ever! It's totally original and so far out there. You took a risk, and took it outside the box, good job!
Name: TwistedPixie reviewed For Parseltonguepen on Apr 13, 2009 06:24 am
Good lord! That was...*flails* I don't even know what to call it. It was intense, and powerful and terrifying. A brilliantly dark story. Well done.
Name: Necie B reviewed For Parseltonguepen on Apr 13, 2009 03:49 am
I can't use enough expletives to describe how much I enjoyed this.
Name: Anna Scathach reviewed For Parseltonguepen on Apr 12, 2009 10:06 pm
This is... twisted.
I like it... it's time for some new stuff and not only those cliché fics in this fandom.
Name: Alexandria Malfoy reviewed For Parseltonguepen on Apr 12, 2009 06:51 pm
This was probably my favorite fic out of the entire exchange. It's still one of those stories that boggles my mind, but I can't help but appreciate because it's so brilliant. Fantastic job. :)
Name: GoldenFawkes reviewed For Parseltonguepen on Apr 12, 2009 05:42 pm
I don't really get it. :(
Name: Pipperstorms reviewed For Parseltonguepen on Apr 12, 2009 05:39 pm
This was stunningly dark and entrancing. I hear you on considering getting a mental check up after writing dark things. Still, amazing work.
Name: gidge_8 reviewed For Parseltonguepen on Apr 12, 2009 04:39 pm
Very powerful story. Intriguing and intense. Loved it.
Name: CCC reviewed For Parseltonguepen on Apr 12, 2009 04:34 pm
Wow, that was disturbing. Impressive, but disturbing. I went back to read the sentence that he was a test subject too. I can't wrap my brain around how the study related to the cruciatis. Then again, my brain is a bit fuzzy due to the late hour.
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