Content Harry Potter Naruto Buffy the Vampire Slayer XMen Translations


Tzu Con posted a comment on Sunday 16th February 2014 6:23am

Review of: Enslavement, Chapter 1

Author: Jeconais

You're back! I'm so pleased that you're writing again, so many authors have left their works uncompleted in this 'verse.

I quite like this one thus far, its shaping up to be quite different from the typical "Harry is betrayed by everyone he's ever known, met or read about in a newspaper." I hate slavery/forced bond stories and aren't a great fan of soul bonds as a plot device anyway [Hope etc not withstanding], and the middle section of this story certainly had me in suspense.

But I imagine that was the whole idea! Good show old boy.

As always, I'm eagerly awaiting more,

Tzu Con

4rm36uy posted a comment on Sunday 16th February 2014 6:16am

Great start to a awesome story. I'm looking forward to reading the next chapter of hogwarts dawn.

Glad to see you posting again.

electric2book posted a comment on Sunday 16th February 2014 6:13am

Definitely unique and utterly brilliant! You definitely had me worried there for a minute when Harry was being so heartless but I'm glad it turned out the way it did :)

Wolfric posted a comment on Sunday 16th February 2014 6:04am

Well, I did get an email notification and I'm glad I did. I like your story and look forward to the second part. It is great to hear from you again. Thanks for writing. W.

Zaion posted a comment on Sunday 16th February 2014 5:55am

Welcome back Jeconais.

As ever, thank you for sharing your work with us.


Neil Glover posted a comment on Sunday 16th February 2014 5:54am

Great idea and a great story. I hope that you write about the reactions of the others after Harry left. I look forward to the next chapter and also updates in the other stories you write.

jay21317 posted a comment on Sunday 16th February 2014 5:53am

Quite the read, I look forward to the next chapter, I must say I love the part where he let's her go, also I must say I am glad your writing again.

EmpressNan posted a comment on Sunday 16th February 2014 5:37am

Fantastic beginning! You've definitely whetted the appetite with this first chapter. Can't wait to see what you've got in store for us!

BJH posted a comment on Sunday 16th February 2014 5:28am

I see your Veela as something of a cross between classical angels, feminine in appearance but also inhuman in perfection, and Valkerie.

As usual, an amazing story,, well crafted and extremely enjoyable to read.


Glacialis1 posted a comment on Sunday 16th February 2014 4:54am

Absolutely Brilliant. I can honestly say I never thought of taking that angle on a "Harry gets Bonded" story. I realy like the original aspect of it.

Galdric posted a comment on Sunday 16th February 2014 4:53am

Great chapter, and I can't wait to see part 2.

It was interesting seeing how Harry interacted with the Delacours this time round, compared to how he act around them in Hogwarts Dawn.

- Galdric

Rob Clark posted a comment on Sunday 16th February 2014 4:47am

I have to say, I really liked this. He stood up and took charge of his life. Going to be interesting to see how the others come to terms with what they lost.

brad posted a comment on Sunday 16th February 2014 4:28am

> Hermione had looked shocked, and unable to form a coherent reply. To the other Gryffindors, that silence had been the equivalent of her shouting "He’s guilty."

NO, NEVAH, Hermione would NEVAH abandon Harry, THIS MUST BE FIXED IMMEDIAT---

> It should answer a lot of questions about what ACTUALLY happened during the period where Harry was isolated. Not least Sirius and Remus as well as Hermione.

Oh. That's okay then. I eagerly look forward to the explanation.


Interesting but I thought Harry's sudden relegation of everyone else as 'humans' was jarring. I kept on expecting this abrupt change of perception to be explained - was Harry some sort of cross-breed, unknown to everyone else (including the reader) until now? Did he have some kind of secret about his heritage, his (true) nature?

But nothing was unveiled. His mental categorisation of everyone as 'humans' and himself as outside that classification might have been setting things up for his motivation to join the Veela colony but it needed some reason back at the start.

Harry's camaraderie in the lake was welcome; nice to see the mermen treated as 'humans'. His defence of them against Krum was good too.

> He'd has his first kiss, and it had been better than anything he could have imagined with a human.

But-but-but this first kiss was even WETTER than the canon one with Cho! :-)

Okay, looking forward to chapter two, which of course features Hermione joining the Enclave, right? ;-)

Silo posted a comment on Sunday 16th February 2014 4:11am

soo good to see more soon i ope to see more of the otehr fic and i liket hi idea i hope to see more like it in the futer from other ppl

mahhhfy posted a comment on Sunday 16th February 2014 4:04am

This is absolutely wonderful! Thanks for postng this!

Orion posted a comment on Sunday 16th February 2014 4:04am

Great! I'm particuarly fond stories where Harry embraces the role that's been thrust on him, and this particular role is quite a bit different than most aht I've sen before.

Thanks for writing and sharing it with us.

rune1806 posted a comment on Sunday 16th February 2014 3:52am

This is a very good read, I had no idea what you were doing or were you were going. Thank you for sharing your story.

GinnyLover posted a comment on Sunday 16th February 2014 3:43am

Great chapter! Nice to see the other side of the stick for once. I am very glad that Harry didnt end up forcibly bonding Fleur or Gabby.

While i am interested in what happened while he was isolated im FAR more interested in what happens next.(Tournament/Voldie and the future after that)

Kaerion posted a comment on Sunday 16th February 2014 3:09am

Once again you surprise me with your incredible imagination and ability to, for lack of a better phrase, think outside the box, and come up with brand new ideas that haven't been used a hundred times before. Before reading your author's notes, I did wonder about the accuracy of Harry's view of everything that happened, so I'm very glad to see that you'll actually be answering that question soon. I'm also really happy that you'll be writing and posting more updates, cause the quality of your writing is still absolutely amazing. You have an unparalelled gift for evoking emotions, most often happiness and laughter, at least as far as I'm concerned, but even with this story, which I still can't decide if is a happy or sad one, because it had me alternately smiling and having to hold back tears, and even both at the same time at a few points, you leave me feeling uplifted in a strange way, a little thoughtful (and curious about the next chapter), and without a doubt very happy that I read it.

So thank you very much, and I hope your life cooperates enough to give you plenty of time for the things you love, which hopefully includes letting us enjoy much more of your writing in the near future!

Evan Mayerle posted a comment on Sunday 16th February 2014 2:50am

It's been quite a while since we've seen anything from you, but the wait has been worth it. This is a delightful read and does a beautiful job of up-ending conventions. *wicked chuckle* I have to wonder how Tom, Albus, and Cornelius will view his willing departure from wizarding Britain; especially since he freed Fleur after giving his own oath (I'll be she's more than a bit curious and I'll wager she's also more than a bit confused that he didn't really want her - that has to be a new experience for her). It will be most interesting to see how all that's been covered here affects others who were close to him (I daresay it's going to be like shock-therapy for Hermione to see authority treated like that and for Harry to leave humans and Hogwarts behind without a thought - on the other hand, I daresay that Gryffindor is going to suffer some severe feedback and bad-mouthing from this (wonder if the quidditch team voted to expel him from the House, and, in either case, how they are taking so permanently losing their best Seeker ever) and some Gryffindors especially, the ones who agitated and argued for his expulsion, are now going to experience quite the backlash). The death of Severus Snape should have a real disrupting effect on a lot of folks plans and I doubt his successor as head of Slytherin is going to be as tolerant of Draco and his syncophants. The Houses least affected will be Ravenclaw and Hufflepuff, but I can see effects spreading to them as Harry's deaprture casts all of Hogwarts in a very negative light.