I'm sorry that you don't like it, but then if
you didnít like the first part then you were unlikely to like the rest of it,
were you? I would hazard a guess that you will not like Twelve Months as it
progresses as well. Still, thank you for being honest; a bad review can stir
you up to think about why you have the characters do things.
Iíll try and deal with some of the points you
never imagine Ron, Hermione and Ginny treating Harry that way. Grief is
grief, and there is no right or wrong way go through it. Telling someone
they're grieving wrong does nothing to help.
Well I didnít say that it was right, but people do that in real life.
Everyone has their own ideas about how people should behave and don't waste
their time in letting others know.
idea that any of the Weasleys or even Hermione, whose own lives are filled with
parents, relatives and loved ones and always have been that they lost Sirus,
too is simply not the same thing. Nowhere close.
Sorry Iím not sure what youíre getting at here, perhaps there is a word missing? Ösorry.
felt horrible for Remus, but what happened between he and Harry is absolutely
none of Hermioneís business.
No it isnít really any of Hermioneís
business, but then Iíve not written her sympathetically here, so the fact that
youíre wound up about her is really a compliment to how I wrote herÖ isnít it?
really am enjoying the 12 months story, but I can't read this one.
as I said above, if you donít like this then youíll probably go off Twelve
Months soon as well.
is something missing in all these characters - Harry included - and they just
don't seem right to me. Sorry.
I wonder how three kids who have battled
ten Death Eaters are supposed to behave? Iíve portrayed them as a little frayed
around the edges, which is understandable really isnít it?