Quodpot Review Match 2
Hi, Kaitlin! Welcome back to the forums activity in the middle of your journey all around the world. (And thank you for dropping a review on mine.)
The beautiful Bill and Fleur banner caught my eyes, so I stopped by.
Wa...this is an alphabetical order. I like you chose Bill Weasley's move for the start. I could even imagine his each movement at the scene visually.
Oh...Diggle, I feel sorry for him. One HP slot machine game gave me Diggle. I hope he is okay.
I don't think anybody has written about the scene after the wedding so in detail. I feel sorry for Fleur and Bill, too. Everyone would have been happy after sharing the wedding cake.
It's smart you chose Lucius Malfoy for interrogating the guests. He must have been desperate for searching Harry, he was also threatened by Voldemort.
I like Fred who could try a joke. And I like you thought of Legilimency the Death Eaters used for interogating them.
I remembered Harry was desperate to know Ginny would be okay and I am relieved to know all Weasley men protected her. It's the most thrilling scene.
We thank J.K.Rowling's plot that Harry did in disguise as a Weasley's relative, so nobody knew he was there at the end as you created.
Thank you for sharing a wonderful piece of your works, Kaitlin!
Hi, Kaitlin! Snowball (hug) rolling your way! :)
As always, you show your incredible talent! I wouldn't be able to write with such constrictive rules, like the twentysix sentences starting with all the alphabeth letters (not that I've ever tried) and I'm so jealous (in a good way) of people who can manage it. And of course you can, you can manage just about anything! :P
Anyway, I think you captured this missing moment so wonderfully! Your descriptions are great, as always, and I can visualize perfectly everything happening, the chaos, the panic, the overthrown tables, the people running...
I loved how Fred could crack a joke even in such a frangent, the characterization was so good, too, even if it's just a very small piece. And I loved how all the Weasleys closed around to protect Ginny and Fleur.
Great job as always!
Kaitlinnn!!! It has been wayyy too long since I got to read your work. It is amazing to me how flexible you are as a writer. I started reading this and I noticed the letters being bolded and then it clicked - "Oh my gosh, she's writing this in alphabetical order! HOW EVEN?!!"
But of course you could, and did. You're you, after all, and there's a dexterity to your writing ability that sometimes just blows my mind. I wonder if, had you not bolded the letters, I would have even noticed. The flow of this wasn't stilted like I would expect with the kind of limitations you were working with. Even with only 26 sentences, you had enough description that I could envision the scene. I loved that you had Fred try to crack a joke, even at a time like this. You astound and amaze me every time, dear, and this was certainly no exception.
Reading this was a pleasure, as always.
This is really good recounting of the scene - well more of filling in a missing scene. I can totally imagine this is what happened after Harry, Ron and Hermione left.
And the way how you wrote this for the challenge was very well-done. It looks fun as it is challenging. Amazing!
This is so amazing, Kaitlin! Oh my goodness! Such an awesome challenge idea, and I can't believe how well you've done it (well, I can.) For this to only be 26 sentences is just... wow. It's a really good scene to choose too, to still get a glimpse into what we missed after the trio left the wedding. Everything flows so smoothly and reads easily, though I know it must have required a lot of thought.
Lucky Xenophilius was at the wedding, haha!
This is seriously amazing!