I just reread this story, and am so happy that I did so. It was a very entertaining read and on I have enjoyed quite a bit. Though same as the last time I read it, I want to know what actually happens to them. Excellent work all around.
Done but not. That's the feeling I got when I finished reading A Gilded Cage. It left several questions open, the tomb for one. What is in it?
Did Dumbledore really get away with it? Yes, he lost Fawkes but that isn't near punishment enough. Lots of other questions. It's like of like chinese food, it fills you up but you're hungry an hour later.
Still a fine read, even if I am still hungry.
Are you going to finish this?
Very good, I will come back and read the above after I read the rest of this story.
I love these as well as Perfect Situations. One of my favorite fanfics of all time...I wouldn't mind seeing some of the stories updated. I'm curious to know what happened with Harry's old friends.
I loved these, thanks so much for writing.
Well written short stories combined together to make a great story. It was a great read despite a bit on the repetitive // parallel "I was a git" and a portkey comes.
First, let me say that I love this story. The format of the random order took some getting used to but I dealt with it and it is a great story.
I do have hope that you are going to continue it?
I hope to see how you drive Dumbledore out of Hogwarts, how Percy takes the ministry, and the future of the Potter family.
Oh, by the way, what do you envision being in the tombs that Bill is working on? (the past on, and the one on the island). Personally, I see a great possibility to do a stargate crossover.
These are some really good stories. And I for one would love to here the rest of the story. What was up with the tomb????? What happened to the relationships with the Trio??? All of these stories really left more questions than answers and I hope that you think about adding more the the original story.
Genius. Pure, unadulterated genius. Why, god, why did you not make Jeconais the author of the universe? (S)he(?) is so clearly better at it. Look! Everything turns out quite satisfactory, all while being perfectly reasonable and allowing for free will! Beautiful. Please tell me this isn't the end? I'm a bit dense, and usually need a 'The End' for me to really get that it's over. So I'm currently opperating under the hopefully not false pretences that this story will go on.
Keep spreadin' that Potter love, Jeconais baby!
I hope that you will continue this story(or series of stories)!
I think that this is the most unique and interesting take on the Potterverse that I have ever read. <beg>Please continue!<\beg> :)
just finished going through all of them. Loved it, especially the Fred and George wedding. Hilarious all around
the segments were well written, and reading them chronologically was very enjoyable.
Story was great. Only problem with reading it in chronological order is that two of the stories got flipped. 'A Promise Made Is A Debt Unpaid' should be before 'The Unforgiving Minute' according to their dates, and Harry and Daphne mention to Minerva that they will be giving Snape to Neville to deal with in 'A Promise Made'.
will there be a sequal to this?
Brilliant. There's no other word.
these stories were great.
will there be anymore?
A piece that makes you think really... I can't really decide whether to be sorry for Ron, Hermione and Ginny or to blame them. They stepped out on Harry when he needed them, but... their only fault was growing up more slowly than Harry did. They were only seventeen(ish) when everything was going down. Can they really be blamed?
Regardless, as this piece is causing me moral issues, it's obviously a nice piece of work. I like the character interaction and you honestly didn't change much from the real storyline. Basically, you just had Harry grow up a little faster than the rest. As much as I hate seeing Harry and Ginny's relationship go down in flames, I honestly think the same should have happened in the series. It would have been glorious to watch Ginny clock Harry and tell him he was being an idiot.
Anyway, tremendous work from all involved. I suppose it's expected for the ending to be ragged since it was written the way it was, but I can't help but like it. It's obvious it was all going to end quite well, but it would have been nice to see Dumbledore forcibly ripped from his high horse. I've noticed that you don't seem to like him much on the whole...
Please write som emore on this story I love it!
this was a nice change to the usual fics you write! there was a spelling error somewhere but i forgot to note it down for you. makes a nice read, thank you for writing! (: