Loved it!!! Even though i know for a act that wolves haven't been extinct for Scotland for 300 years, only about 10 years, my dad used to live in Scotland and he said there was always wolves!!! Anyway i give you a 100/100!!!
Author's Response: Thank you! And I hope all the wolves you meet will be friendly ones with plenty of wolfsbane potion. GhV
28-01-2007 18:05 Rated 7
How sweet beginning! I read not all of the story but I like the whole idea of Lupin and Ariadne. I will be glad to lay an eye on the next part of the story. I hope this is not the end.
Author's Response: Dear Vaila, Thank you so much for being so nice about my story. No, this is not the end: there are two more volumes. I'm afraid their married life will not be very "sweet", but I hope you will read about it anyway. See you soon, GhV
Ah, weddings. You write Ariadne making Remus feel better rather well. Admittedly she gets lots of practice, but she's so sneaky, it shows that she knows him really well. And for once someone is showing love as putting the other person first. Always.
Author's Response: Dear Nox, It would never occur to Ariadne not to put Remus first. From her point of view, he doesn't count as "other people"; doing things for him feels like being selfish. She does indeed know him rather better than he knows himself, which is why she is always a jump ahead in the interpersonal stakes. However, don't assume that empathy has no dark side... their married life will be no fairy tale. Thank you for keeping up the reviews, GhV
HA! Yay, that was fun. And about time. I'm trying to figure out what the philosophy behind that logic is... that's what happens when i take philosophy courses. Oh well. That was a very speedy update. Excellent work!
Author's Response: Dear Nox, No question about it, Remus is an Arian. Over the last few chapters he has displayed an illogical touch of Gnosticism, generated from his assumption that he should decide for Ariadne for her own good, but this happened because his core world-view is Arian. He is still committing the Arian error in PoA - if he weren't, the plot would be ruined. I'm glad you had fun, because I don't think Ariadne did until the last few paragraphs. Thanks for keeping up the reviews, GhV
Author's Response: Watch him extricate himself from that one!
Oh dear, self-doubt is very unhelpful. She's driving me nuts. The poor dear.
Author's Response: Dear Nox,
Sorry to frustrate you. Things might possibly improve if you keep reading. Thanks for being a consistent reviewer,
SAD! Oh dear. Silly silly adorable Remus. Poor Ariadne. He's made it worse, men. *sigh*
Author's Response: He wants the best for her, and he can't see that he IS her best future. Thanks for reviewing,
Oh dear. Poor Remus! He's right about his position etc... but she'll get older, and learn more about life, and reality, and if she still wants him then we'll just have to hit him over the head. He's so sweet though.
Author's Response: Dear Nox,
You don't imagine that Remus would accept life as it is, do you? No, he always has to make things harder for himself.
Thanks for reviewing. I've replied to some of your old reviews at MuggleNet recently - the response function has mysteriously reappeared.