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Review #1, by Ron 4 Hermione The Girl with a Million Faces

3rd October 2016:
Hey there, Iím here to review your entry for the Chosen by you challenge. (Sorry itís so late!)

Your prompt was Remus and Tonks at Hogsmeade and youíve definitely delivered this! I like how youíve chosen a time before they really knew each other, as I suppose itís inevitable that they would have bumped into each other before the order of the phoenix!

Aha, I think youíve got both character's written perfectly well! Remus is brooding and thinking heís not done a good job so heís come to drown his sorrows. Typica! And then thereí s Tonks! Happy, refreshing Tonks! I love how even though you set this up as quite dark/moody with Remus, Tonks canít help but bring a bit of lightheartedness to the scene. Itís perfect for their characters.

I also love how he thinks about her, and actually smiles, after sheís gone. Itís a really nice touch and it fits perfectly with the story. This is a short but sweet story of the two of them and I think youíve done a great job!

The results should be posted shortly, good luck! :)
- Shaza

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Review #2, by Crumple-Horned Snorka The Girl with a Million Faces

7th September 2016:
Greetings, I am the Crumple-Horned Snorkack, out for a short holiday from the northern boreal forest in which I live and hide away from all humans. It has been many months since I last came out of hibernation and snuck into the fanfiction archives on hooves of stealth, and I daresay yours is a new face here! I think I miss a lot up there in the forest, you see. It's nice to meet you.

And this has been such an excellent holiday so far because I discovered this story! It is such an intriguing look into the lives of humans, particularly one as talented as this Tonks. What a magnificent skill! I wish I could meet her and she could teach me her ways, because hiding is all well and good for a Snorkack like me, but my disguises would improve tenfold if I could use such a strategy. I could even scare my BFF the Loch Ness Monster by morphing into something that looks like Nessie herself.

Aside from that, I did really love this story and your amusing portrayal of Tonks and Remus' first meeting. What a surprise he must have had, and I certainly can't see him going back to wallowing in his misery after a bizarre experience like that one. Good for Tonks.

This was a delightful little story - you put a lot into those 600 words! Thank you for writing this. And now, I must depart to meet Nessie for tea.

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