Reviews For In A Flash

Name: Renacera (Signed) · Date: 25 Sep 2017 03:52 AM · Chapter: Chapter 1

Hi there,

I am so incredibly happy that I found this story. I can't wait to read the next chapter. Honestly, this was so lovely. You hit every high and low emotion there is, and I have to applaud you.

Your characterization of Harry and Draco is spot on, and I loved that you had Draco's Slytherin friends at the beginning and the compassion they showed for him. I loved the evolution of Draco and Harry as individuals and how they came to see each other differently to the point where they could be together.

The writing here is fabulous. I was smiling at Draco's antics and then holding back tears from line to line. I fell in love with this funny, happy Draco who likes to joke and flirt and be a better person than he was as a teenager. And the way you portrayed his grief was so potent and realistic. It tugged at my heart to see his desperation over losing Harry. I don't blame him in the slightest for his grief still being so powerful five months later -- in my own experience, it can last much longer than that.

I also loved the parallelism with Valentine's Day and its importance to their friendship and subsequent relationship. It made me want to see their life closer up, rather than just the lens after Harry's passed away.

Overall, this has been amazing so far, and I'm so glad I found it. Thanks for writing this so I had the pleasure of reading it! On to the next chapter!


Name: Margaret (Signed) · Date: 25 Jul 2017 05:28 PM · Chapter: Chapter 1

Hmm, that is interesting about the worn furniture. You would think Draco's parents would give him the money to buy whatever he wanted, given that they bought brooms for the entire Slytherin team just so that he could get onto the team.


I thought it was a Muggle camera Colin Creevey had and a special potion that developed the photos so that they would move, not a special wizarding camera. Although, of course, now that we are in the 21st century, we don't really develop photos any more or if we do, it's through those computery things rather than the way it was done in the 1990s.


It must be SO much more complicated for Muggleborns now than in Harry's day actually, with the internet and other technologies SO central to everybody's lives. 


I like the way Harry's breakup with Ginny is mentioned. It makes sense for Harry. He isn't the sort of person who would go into work complaining about his wife/girlfriend leaving him.


It also make sense that Harry would die young. It's really sad, after he survived the war, that he would die later but still young, but being an Auror is a dangerous job, even in peacetime and Harry is the sort of person who takes risks.


Your ending is so sad. 

Author's Response:

There was a lot about Draco that changed. He's upwards of thirty or thirty-five in this fic and has gotten used to a comfortable life where things became old and worn and it didn't bother him because he didn't really notice. It was his and Harry's place and that was all that mattered.

I honestly don't remember for Colin. I couldn't find my book and I wrote this on a deadline, so I had to use the Wiki to help me and all it really said was that he was amazed he could take moving pictures, but I am pretty certain about the big, bulky camera part and if it WERE a muggle camera, he had a very old one because there was really no reason for cameras to be so big, especially in the 90's. I really need to find my books...

I actually thought about that! I had a challenge a while back for magic gone viral, but I didn't get any entries, but it was based on just that- technology in this day and age and what would happen if it caught magic on camera.

:) I didn't think so, either. I'm glad you agree.

Die might be a strong word... XD

Thank you so much for reading!

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