santiln posted a comment on Monday 15th April 2013 3:45pm
I think this is my third or fourth re read and still gets me as the first time.I usually end on tears and reviewing you. I love fairy tales and this is a great modern take on one.
I'm still waiting since the first time I read it for Castles in the Sky. I hope you will get around to write it some day.
Till my next re read (cause I'm sure it's going to happen before your sequel)
BobVosh posted a comment on Saturday 9th March 2013 10:16am
Started strong, not sure I really liked the ending.
BobVosh posted a comment on Saturday 9th March 2013 8:21am
Nanny would be so proud.
Nytefyre posted a comment on Wednesday 13th February 2013 8:56pm
This was a really fun romp and I'm looking forward to reading "Castles in the Sky" next - thanks for posting.
Tenchifew posted a comment on Saturday 15th December 2012 2:41pm
Such a wonderful, wonderful heartwarming and truly magical story!
Just reread it and loved it like the first time around.
This story is a bright spot of light and optimism, something to be cherished and revisited.
Thank you very much for telling this enchanting tale.
AlexPublius posted a comment on Wednesday 17th October 2012 9:07am
That was short, sweet, (saccharine really) and decidedly satisfying. Given your success in this and your other fics, I wonder if you've ever given a thought to writing fairy tales professionally.
Also, I apologize in advance, but I do wonder when (or, I suppose, if) you're planning on publishing "Castles in the Sky." Many thanks for the splendid read!
AlexPublius posted a comment on Wednesday 17th October 2012 7:49am
I've been re-reading these stories, and I was struck by a brief aside in this chapter: Flitwick was Hagrid's Best Man at the wedding? That is... quite a mental image you loaded me up with. Wow.
Araytigre posted a comment on Saturday 13th October 2012 6:22am
This was a joy to read, and I look forward to reading "Castles in the Sky". The fun part is that you managed to completely bypass 3 whole books in the process of bringing us this wonderful "Fairy Tale". After all, there are millions of little girls that have dreamt of finding their "Prince" (and almost as many boys looking for their Princess too). Why not Harry and Gabrielle, after all they have found their "True Love" (OK, I realize that that is from the "Princess Bride", but it applies here too), they now have "Camelot" and "Excaliber", and adventure awaits them. The next question remains to be asked is, will Harry be able to get his Wand back out of the Sword, or will he have to either (or both) use the sword as his wand, or get a new one? I guess that question will be answered in the next story. I guess that being the rightful heir to Camelot (and Excalibur) could be construed as better than one (or more) of the Founders Heirs, and that isn't even touching on the possibility of being the future King and Queen of England to say the least. Thank You. TTFN
OlorinBlack posted a comment on Friday 12th October 2012 3:45am
"There is a shortage of perfect breasts in the world. It would be a pity to damage yours." Westley/Dread pirate Roberts in "The Princess Bride.
When do you write the next story?
santiln posted a comment on Monday 1st October 2012 3:36am
Still makes me cry like the first time I read it. I'm still waiting for Castles In The Sky
Exivus posted a comment on Tuesday 4th September 2012 1:38am
What's up with you and flying castles? I'm starting to see a pattern here!
gara5289 posted a comment on Monday 20th August 2012 2:47pm
That was a great ending that flowed well. Though i do think it was one fairy tail to many in the rescue.
gara5289 posted a comment on Monday 20th August 2012 2:16pm
You write Dumbledore well. That's skill, he's often made into a one dimensional character that is really flat and boring character, like people often do to Lucius. Both take some skill and ingenuity to write well.
gara5289 posted a comment on Monday 20th August 2012 1:53pm
Great way of redeeming Albus. It wasn't to over the top, nor was it underwhelming.
morcheller posted a comment on Tuesday 7th August 2012 9:40pm
An excellent story. I love a good twist and a nice fairy tale. The only exception I have is that the marriage of Ron & Hermione should never be considered. Ron could never be worthy and Hermione would never stoop that low. It is simply a match that should never be!
sisyphus1967 posted a comment on Sunday 22nd July 2012 9:28am
That was outstandingly brilliant! I loved it and hope for more. The last half chapter got a little odd but it worked anyway.
Jenara posted a comment on Sunday 24th June 2012 7:34pm
I hope you do continue this series, I enjoy the humor and general happiness of the story, its nice to read a happy story without all the angst that Harry Potter seems to generate in fanfiction.
Godogma posted a comment on Tuesday 20th March 2012 2:02pm
Hmmmm, I'm still anticipating Castles in the Sky - or will it never be released?
Lucia posted a comment on Thursday 8th March 2012 5:10pm
More? This is one fairytale that I'd love to see confront the norm everyday things
The Resident posted a comment on Wednesday 8th February 2012 8:01pm
The same words as my earlier review (wich was meant to go here rather than where it ened up). A bearutiful story/fairy tale and it's about time Harry came out on top.