This is very well-written. Gorgeous description and fantastic summary. I think you dipicted Regulus very accurately, and you created an interesting question for me when Voldemort's answer to Regulus' "I don't want to die" was "I used to think the same." What was going through Voldemort's mind when he said that? Was he self-assured that he wasn't going to die? Had he gotten over his phobia of death? And yet, it's still so Voldemort.
The ending was very strong and very reminescent of the summary. Such a beautiful piece of writing. Great job! Report Review
Wow! I really enjoyed that. I love love loved the way you wrote Regulus - he wasn't evil, but nor was he really the victim in all this. It seemed like foolishness more than anything, foolish pride at being 'chosen', naivety about what he was getting himself into, a desire to be great that probably had a lot to do with his age. I loved how you used the quote, as well. All the description was wonderful too and I loved the idea of wicked deeds being done in a beautiful place on a lovely night. Brilliant stuff! Report Review
Wonderfully written. It was an interesting point of view.
And you used the quote perfectly.
Perfect job! Report Review
I really liked this one shot! Regulus is one of my favorite characters and I like how you say he thought his only thoughts then should have been of quidditch and girls. On top of that, your writing really flows and Voldemort seems very believable. Great job! (: Report Review
Wow! This was really good. I mean, seriously. I love that quote and you picked one of my all time favorite characters and the two seemed made for each other. I thought this was very nicely written and his character was so solid. :D I really, really enjoyed this! Thank you so much for entering my challenge. --Jenna Report Review
Wow, this was written so well! I love it. I noticed that you had put your entry up and I had to check out the competetion, so to speak :P Anyway, this is amazingly detailed, and it really used the quote well. 10/10 Report Review
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