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Jul. 21st, 2008 @ 07:24 pm
I love the angst factor in infidelity fics so I really like reading them.
"The thing that I really like is that no one is at fault and every one is, and truly Harry is the most at fault."
That is true for the first three of the above fics. "The road to hell is paved with good intentions" is the sequel to "Between the Lines". I'm not sure that I'm happy with this sequel, though. It goes out of the way to show us that Ginny is somehow at fault herself and poor Harry was trying all the time to do the right thing. I just don't buy that.
Between the Lines is a bit diffrent from the other's by being told from Ginny's point of view. I really liked that. It made me sympathise with Ginny for once and I actually really don't like her very much.
It made me sympathise with Ginny for once and I actually really don't like her very much.
I agree. I didn't know if I wanted to shout for joy that she destroyed Harry's things or be mad that she destroyed those things. I hate Ginny my self.
I am also a big angst fan. I also love the forbiddon nature of infidelity fics.
I also love the forbidden nature of infidelity fics.
Exactly! But I guess that is why I also like chan, Severitus incest and teacher/student.
Many of the DH-compliant fics make me also want to know more about Snape's interaction with Harry's children. Especially when he's the cause of their parents divorce.
I know what you mean. I was really surprised when it was Albus that would not have anything to do with Harry and Severus in "Between the Lines" and "The road to hell is paved with good intentions". In many of the stories that I have read before it was James.
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