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Reviews for Lost in Time

redvelvetcanopy 2005.09.06 - 12:54PM 3: Travelling Through Time and Over Seas Signed
I loved how Snape was quite systematic about finding the era in which Sorcha was lost. It seemed just right. I have to admit laughing a little the first time I thought of poor Snape being prodded by a stick, rudely awakened by Meredith. Your conceptualization of how Meredith "dealt" with her special skills, without a wand, and without education, is very enlightening. And, thank goodness he didn't lose the Time Turner when he nearly drowned! You wouldn't have let that happen!

SeaIsleWitch 2005.08.01 - 10:34PM 1: Prologue: The Effect of Losing Time Signed
Robyn, I loved it! Well done! I'm excited to read the next chapter. Did you get the "Galcialis" from POA PS2?

Author's Response: Thank you! I've never played the PoA PS2 game - its just a bit of Latin a friend said would work here. I do enjoy writing this one, I've got the next two chpaters written already, its just a beta process now...Thank you so much!

redvelvetcanopy 2005.07.28 - 11:54AM 2: Journeys and Messages Signed
Finn Mac Cumhail sounds so very charming and dashing. I can see why Sorcha is being tempted by him. It is interesting to note too, that Finn seems to think a bit more highly of Sorcha, and give her a bit more respect, than Severus does. I can't say I blame her for at least wanting more of that! I love your description of ancient Hogwarts. It is enchanting!

Author's Response: I think I ruined Finn - how can he be this great warrior and so desirable at the same time? However, I quite like him this way so he's staying put! You will be seeing alot more of different place and god only knows how much I pine for description! Thank you so very much!

greenwood 2005.07.27 - 11:01AM 2: Journeys and Messages Anonymous
Well, that was good I must say. Salazar Slytherin as an Elf...I didn't see that coming but your logic was pretty sound. If you take the Lord of the Rings into account, yes I do believe that wizards decended from Elves (I should ask my hubby - he would know the answer to that one!) But a good line to take it. I still think you are too brief in your scene developement and engaging emotion from the reader but, hay, who am I to say! I still like the story and it has such possibilities, I hope you continue writing.

Author's Response: I confessor to a long love of Tolkein and I've read most of his works in depth. The Silmarillion gave me insight into the creation story of middle earth and much of my loose imagination begins there. I'm definately taking on your suggestion for scene development, I will try my best to incorporate it into future chapters - thank you for highlighting that. I'm really glad you enjoyed it, thank you!

greenwood 2005.07.27 - 10:45AM 1: Prologue: The Effect of Losing Time Anonymous
Really good beginning - very original from what I can tell. I like the plot set up. My only thought would be that you wrapped it up a bit to short. I think Severus' response was a bit quick (His daughter must not have had this happen before or she would have known herself) He didn't seem worried at all about what was happening. Otherwise the plot start is very good.

Author's Response: I've been a bit blunt with things in the prologue, however, I'll just say that this isnt the first time Sorcha has gotten lost in time, which is why Severus is so indifferent. But that hasn't happened to cassi before. I'm really glad you like it! Cheers!

Greyfalcon 2005.07.24 - 11:09PM 2: Journeys and Messages Signed
I ave enjoyed your story so far, but I must admit to a bit of confusion.. the second chapter makes this story seem like a sequel to another one, do you have one posted somewhere else or are we going to find out the past between Severus and his wife through flashbacks or memories?

Author's Response: It is a sequel - I apologise! The first story is under redevelopment, though is posted on Mugglenet (and is still not finished..) I do plan on posting it here as soon as its been revamped - its dismally pathetic as it stands. I'll post it as soon as it is ready! I'm really glad you've enjoyed it! Thank you!

Author's Response: Incidently if you wish to read what is posted of the first story you can find it here: Snape, Crackle and Pop!

elysianmusings 2005.07.22 - 11:32PM 1: Prologue: The Effect of Losing Time Signed
I am enjoying this very much. I have to admit I'm amused at Dumbledore's, "then retrieve her you must." He sounded like Yoda.

Author's Response: I think I must have been channeling Yoda at that point in time... but maybe you've noticed it too, how theres always one Merlin type figure in stories - in Star Warsit is definately Yoda, and Dumbledore does the act well in HP! Thank you for your review - you've made my day!

redvelvetcanopy 2005.07.22 - 12:34PM 1: Prologue: The Effect of Losing Time Signed
I admit to liking Cassie very much, because I am even more a clutz about things that she is! I am so interested to see what Sorcha has done to change this present time so that her daughter is fading!

Author's Response: Cassi - now theres trouble in humaniod form. I hope she doesn't completely fade or it could be the end for our tempermental lovers - cheers!

Little Loony 2005.07.18 - 09:38AM 1: Prologue: The Effect of Losing Time Anonymous
10/10 keep up th e good work. i look forward to snapes retrival of sorcha . update soon

Author's Response: Oh thank you! Then next chapter has been submitted!

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