Reviews For Fairytale Of Home
Author's Response: I've got half the chapter but it has been a slow process as I am still struggling with my health, I plan to have it up within the next two weeks and since I am getting a new treatment starting March I hope to recover in Spring and be able to write more :) I've missed being able to so much!
I'm glad Snape is back, but I think I am left with as many questions as I had before. What actually did happen? What did he do at home? Are the two connected? He seemed like somewhat of a broken man as he came back.
I thought it a bit unfair that Minerva got the chance to go at him. I don't think she is doing a much better job than he is at caring about Harry. She seems to have her own agenda as well.
I also can't wait to see what outside influences will affect them and hopefully bring Snape and Harry closer together. I think they do care about each other in their own ways if they dare hope for a better relationship.
I'm conflicted on allowing Minerva to question Severus given her bias but if anyone could ferret out the absolute truth, it would be her. DD would be too accommodating and unwilling to ask the hard questions and follow up on vague answers. I'm so incredibly curious as to what was revealed and how Severus feels about the questions and his answers.
I hope you are feeling better: Your AN indicated you have been ill for quite some time. Being ill for an extended period of time sucks balls. It just gets so annoying...Like "come on already! I'm so done with being sick"
I hope new year will be better for you, much health and inspiration :D
Author's Response: I think it may have been doable to justify his actions in his head but it must have been so strange having to speak it out loud and for the first time receive other opinion on it like that. And thank you very much :)
Author's Response: I don't know unless I'll have Snape tell it at some point. So far the story has with one exception been told entirely from Harry's POV, I'd gladly do it if that does not break too much from the style, though.
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