Reviews For Twelfth
Name: Keap reviewed Twelfth on Sep 08, 2011 05:39 am
This story made me cry! It was so wonderful in a bad way. You could also say it was so bad in a wonderful way. LOL. In other words, I loved it, but it broke my heart.

When I was reading it, I remember thinking that the dialogue between the two were very realistic.

In some ways, I could relate with Ginny thinking that what they had would last forever because she wanted it so badly and she's never really experienced having her heart broken.

Then I could also relate to Draco when he's pissed but still trying to uncharacteristically be nice to Ginny.

Well... I'm babbling... So...

Really great job!!!:)
Name: CourtneyFaith reviewed Twelfth on Jan 20, 2007 03:55 pm
~Ohh...I wanted them to be together.~
Name: saucy reviewed Twelfth on Feb 26, 2006 05:17 pm
Very sad and realistic. We all wish that good things will last forever, but know in our heart of hearts, that they will fade away. And we all have to learn to let go of something good the hard way. You captured that perfectly.
Name: foresworn_rose reviewed Twelfth on Feb 21, 2006 06:25 pm
ahhh oh my ! i loved it! it was a nice change!
Name: Emily reviewed Twelfth on Sep 23, 2005 08:33 pm
very real. I thought you stripped naive believes of youth very effectively and I liked that you didn't put a twist in the end
Name: MrsDanielRadcliffe reviewed Twelfth on Feb 21, 2005 05:54 pm
Yesh, you're right. That was depressing. Not that you aren't a good writer--because you are. Good imagery. I enjoyed reading the story even if I didn't like the subject matter. Keep up the good work.
Name: Anise reviewed Twelfth on Feb 21, 2005 02:24 pm
Argh. Painful, but very good. I'm glad Ginny was able to move on. The funny thing is that she was able to, and in some fundamental way Draco was not. This Draco will never learn from his mistakes. I think the central flaw in the D/G relationship here is that she's a better person than he is, and he knows it. And that's why he let her go.
Name: imelda reviewed Twelfth on Feb 21, 2005 11:16 am
Ouch. I knew from the moment they started using 'the twelfth of never' that it wasn't going to end well. Never say never, and all that, eh? Also, I don't know if you care, but there's a very appropriate Dixie Chicks song called "A Cold Day in July," and it's something of the same idea. This fic was really good; I love sad endings to short fics almost as much as I love happy endings to long fics. You did a good job of running the reader through the, that's not the phrase, is it? Well, in any case what I mean to say is that by sticking to Ginny's POV you really did a good job of translating her own disillusionment to the reader. And I got to review first!! Yayy!
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