Reviews For Whelp II -- The Wrath of Snape
Thank you! I got a great deal of enjoyment writing it, and it won't be too long before I start the next part.
I really liked this story.
Author's Response: Actually I'm leaning toward that title, yes . . . *huge grin* Either that or The Search for Peace? for Draco? Somethin'. :D
What I like about your story is you don't just let Harry recover from his abuse. The silence and the complete obedience is typical of a child who was abused. They always think that if they are perfect children, the abuse will go away.
If I had been Severus, I would not have let my son out of my sight for a long time.
Enjoyed it, enjoyed it (hmmm, did I mention how much I enjoyed this story.
Thanks for reviewing! The slow recovery from abuse (even given the resilience of many children) is what I wanted to focus on. Children don't just bounce back as if nothing ever happened. The events of Harry's 2nd - 6th years will stay with him for a long time.
Tell me, did you enjoy the story? :)
So I look forward to that whenever you have the time to get around to it. Some Severus and Remus interaction would be awesome, and I can just imagine gentle Remus with your adorable Harry.
Author's Response: Thanks for reviewing! Yes, Remus will feature in Part Three, when I get to it. His relationship with Harry is an interesting one to explore, I think, whether Harry is his best friend's son or not.
Author's Response: Thanks for reviewing! The extreme abuse was hard to write, as well, I admit. But almost every incident I put Harry through was taken from a real life incident (some, though not all, to the same child) . . . how scary is that? I'm already planning the Intelude in my head.
Author's Response: Thank you! I feel a good sense of accomplishment on finishing, and hope everyone likes the way I ended it, leaving it open for more stories to come!
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