Reviews For Prisoners
Yay for Hermione indeed! Great to hear you are enjoying Snape, and Harry's antics. Thanks for reviewing Ivycloak. ;)
Here is the sketch of Snape and Harry colouring I was talking about earlier. I've only just started up this blog so there is only one post. It's not brilliant like the written version but its a attempt to convey even 1% of the greatness of that scene :)
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Can't wait for next chapter (like always):3
Oh my, Silver_Snake, your picture is so wonderful! I disagree with you when you say that it isn't brilliant like the written version - your picture is wonderful! I love the expression of amusement on Snape's face, and Harry's pose is lovely. You did a great job of depicting the characters, both in posture and other details! The dragon's colours are perfect too, and its little flames. It is also great to hear that you enjoyed the boggart scenes. I too have always been highly interested in boggarts, and it is lovely to hear from someone else who likes them to be taken seriously as well. Anyway, thanks so very much for the review and great fan art! *dances around the room with glee*
Author's Response: Thanks rosina! I am glad you are having fun reading about Harry's antics. I am pleased you liked the scene with Snape and Hermione! I had a lot of fun writing it. I have always thought they had a lot more in common than they thought, what with both being very smart and not having been well recieved by their peers for that reason. Cheers!
Author's Response: Thanks darkorangecat! I am so glad you enjoyed the marble scene. I actually added it only a day ago, so it was a relatively new addition to the story!
Can't wait for more! Great chapter as usual.
Author's Response: They would make a sweet family, wouldn't they? Glad you thought it was good! Thanks for the feedback. ;)
Author's Response: I figured a few people wouldn't really care for the Hermione scene, but I have to keep her involved in the plot, and there are a few things later on that couldn't happen without her. That, and I like writing her. There is more Harry and Severus coming up though, so don't fret. Hmm, as for your plethora of questions ;) ... The marble reminded Harry of the prophecy, which was round, shiny, and a kind of blue-green, just like the marble. So it brought him back to what happened at the Ministry, which was why he reacted so badly. The others from the Order don't visit because Harry's situation has been kept hushed as Dumbledore fears Voldemort finding out; as you may recall, it was mentioned that Harry couldn't tell Hermione through the mail what he had been deaged, which was a hint as to what kind of security measures Dumbledore is taking. And throughout Half-Blood Prince Lupin was supposed to be working undercover with werewolves, so I don't have him show up because I assume that his missions began shortly after Department of Mysteries. Hope that clears it up. Thanks for reviewing.
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