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Jason9 posted a comment on Sunday 16th February 2014 1:38am

Really interesting take, definitely enjoyed the original direction. I typically pride myself on being able to tell where a story is going, or what's about to happen, from a mile away - I was pleasantly surprized by this. Great to be reading new material from you again, because I can only re-read your old stories so many hundreds of times.

ThunderGod posted a comment on Sunday 16th February 2014 1:21am

I almost didn't read this, only your name enticed me to give it a chance, and it was a good choice on my part. I liked the interaction of the characters, and the slow downward spiral of Harry, as his perception of the world changed.

Tumshie posted a comment on Sunday 16th February 2014 12:45am

Loved, it, great to know your muse is working

Gardengirl posted a comment on Sunday 16th February 2014 12:42am

Well. That's a bit of a departure! I like. I like a lot. Seeing Harry embrace his otherness and find a way to remove himself from his abusers (e.g. the Dursleys AND the Wizarding World) and to do so in such a clever and resourceful way... that was awesome. Thanks!

LifeScientist posted a comment on Sunday 16th February 2014 12:33am

Tim:

Great job on this. I like the premise and, as usual, you've got nicely developed characters and situations. I'm definitely lookign forward to part II as well as the other bits and bobs you've said you'll hopefully have up soon. Must say, given the accessibility software I have to use, this rich text editor is kind of a pain. Thanks as always for your hard work on whatever you write.

GibbsSlap posted a comment on Sunday 16th February 2014 12:31am

Wow damn, this was a change of pace for your writing. Really interesting idea -- I'm assuming that only Veela life debts work for bonds in your canon? Otherwise, it'd certainly be interesting to see how an apathetic, angry Harry dealt with Hermione and Ginny/the Weasleys before leaving. It's good to see a new post from you, I know I was in desperate need of a Jeconais hit.

red jacobson posted a comment on Saturday 15th February 2014 11:57pm

I'm going to admit, I really don't know what I feel about this story Tim. I'm glad that Harry released Fleur, but the whole not human thing really jarred me. Maybe I'll have a better feel for what is going on after I read the next chapter, but for now, I don't think this is one that I will be re-reading.

Sorry I can't be more positive, but this one really didn't work for me. I am greatly looking forward to the next chapters of Hogwarts Dawn and Perfect Slytherins.

Red