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Reviews for A More Merciful Man

darkmark111 2008.01.14 - 08:46PM 36: A Sleeping Draught Signed
This story throws me into fits of rapture, honestly. Please update soon.

magpie79 2008.01.13 - 12:55PM 36: A Sleeping Draught Signed
ah I am in love with this story, its the only reason I bother to come on this site, please keep updating as often as possible!

linda0506 2008.01.12 - 03:21PM 36: A Sleeping Draught Signed
Well done again. I don't know how you manage to keep the standard of writing up. Do hurry with the next chapter please.

alicebs 2008.01.11 - 03:06AM 36: A Sleeping Draught Signed
I love your story, how Snape and Flintrammel keep getting closer and closer, without wanting to, but falling into each other. I do hope you will never separate them, and that you will find some ingenious way to make Snape's marriage ambitions be undone.

Trickie Woo 2008.01.10 - 10:05PM 36: A Sleeping Draught Signed
When an irresistible force such as you Meets an old immovable object like me You can bet just as sure as you live Somethin's gotta give Somethin's gotta give Somethin's gotta give When an irrepressible smile such as yours Warms an old implacable heart such as mine Don't say no, because I insist Somewhere, somehow, someone's gotta be kissed So, en garde, who knows what the fates might have in store? >From their vast mysterious sky? I'll try hard ignorin' those lips that I adore But how long can anyone try? Fight, fight, fight, fight, fight it with all of our might Chances are some heavenly star-spangled night We'll find out just as sure as we live Somethin's gotta give Somethin's gotta give Somethin's gotta give written by Johnny Mercer, and sung by Fred Astaire in Daddy Longlegs. It describes their relationship and newton's second law of motion perfectly, don't you think? I never thought Ron would be knowledgeable of Shakespeare. Good grief, he knows Hamlet. It took me much longer than him to remember which play the quote came from, and I'm very familiar with Hamlet. I love Hermione's drivel, Newton's 2nd Law of motion. It really set the stage for what came after she, Ron, and Dumbledore left the room.

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