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tomanak45 posted a comment on Thursday 10th July 2008 10:26pm

I've read so many storys of the harry potter genre, but i have to say the best i have ever read are yours. THey speak of imagination and thoughtfull ness unheard of in almost all the sotrys out there. Therew orignal and great reading, with a mixture of all the things that make a story great. they only author to compare would be Lord Dwar with his story. But i loved this even thought it's not what i usally read, it still is by far one of the best.

bookaholic_au posted a comment on Thursday 10th July 2008 10:20pm

Congratulations - you have successfully distracted both the feminist and the realist.

I really enjoyed reading this and am looking forward to the next installment.

Blaze posted a comment on Thursday 10th July 2008 10:14pm

Okay. I think this is first ever review EVER and I have been reading fanfiction for years. I have to start off saying I have been a reader of yours for quiet some time now and love everything you have done.

Terry Pratchett is also one of my fave authors. I mean it just does not get much better then "Guards Guards" :)

If I may be so bold as to suggest another humorist author I would love to see you or someone as equally skilled draw some inspiration from it would be Christopher Moore.

All of his books are great but the 3 I love the most are "Lamb, A Dirty job and You Suck!.


Anyway I had to come out and say good job and keep the word smithing fires stoked.

Thanks for your time

Blaze

Rick D Gale posted a comment on Thursday 10th July 2008 10:09pm

Once again you have written what could be called the perfect HP/GD story, and still leave us wanting more!

Thank you again for your talent, and your willingness to share them with us mere mortals.

I look forward to your next adventure.

rdgale

rogue7 posted a comment on Thursday 10th July 2008 9:57pm

Wonderfully written, one of the best stories I've read.
Cannot wait for the next installment of the greater adventure.

motherjenjen posted a comment on Thursday 10th July 2008 9:48pm

AHHHHHHHHHHHHHH PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE Hurry with Castles in the sky
i will worship you for forever. please i'll even give you my... well i was gonna say first born but my future husband might not appriciate that.......lol
Anxiously waiting
Mjj

kb0 posted a comment on Thursday 10th July 2008 9:42pm

Ha! I did guess the bad guy correctly last time. Loved the dragon and all the fairy tales you worked in. There was something else that I really liked, and now I've forgotten. :-( Anyway, I look forward to the CinS. We all love a good fairy tale, Unca Tim. ;-)

Ken Warner posted a comment on Thursday 10th July 2008 9:42pm

that was one of the most awesome chapters/stories that I have had the good fortune to read in 48 yrs - You have gifted us with excellent works before, but making the fairytales and legends fit so perfectly is masterful.

( I think you used the 1 single grammatical error {dived down for dove} on purpose, so we would know that this didn't come off the mountain graven on stone tablets.

thanks so much, can't wait to give this to my wife to read.

warmest regards
Ken

94caddy posted a comment on Thursday 10th July 2008 9:41pm

Excellent story. And of course I will be anticipating the next story.

DarQuing posted a comment on Thursday 10th July 2008 9:36pm

Yay for sequels! :D

One of the best stories I've read. Thank you! :)

Jaral Freeborn posted a comment on Thursday 10th July 2008 8:54pm

I LOVED IT!!!! Thank you for such a good story. Harry/Gabrielle, Harry/Pansy and Harry/luna are my fav ships. I look forward to your next story and if you ever need a extra BETA i am willing.

noylj posted a comment on Thursday 10th July 2008 8:40pm

Will you ever get them back of track playing cards or some other suitable metaphor.
Great story. Love Harry and Gabby.
Sexist statement: JKR created the two most erotic women--Tonks and Fleur. One, with her veela power, is Beauty. The other can be whatever you consider beautiful. What does she do with them? Gives one to the idiot Bill and one to the idiot Remus. If her Harry was a truly great wizard, then, as in all fairy tales, a stay-at-home-and-raise-the-kids Ginny is not what Harry would need or be happy with.
The one thing that canon taught me was "he who has the gold makes the rules." Malfoys still in society after all the murders and rapes. Bad taste in my mouth.
I am so glad that you plan a "sequel:" just work on your other stories too.

PamelaC posted a comment on Thursday 10th July 2008 8:39pm

O very well done!

TheHard posted a comment on Thursday 10th July 2008 8:25pm

That was really nice... and why seeing "redding hood" and the others stories didn't surprice me? :)

That was a fine installment, good sir. We, the unworty ones, will be looking for the next one. Thanks for sharing.

bjon66 posted a comment on Thursday 10th July 2008 8:17pm

Damn,, this was one Great story... Thanks for sharing...

stuart posted a comment on Thursday 10th July 2008 8:03pm

When you put your mind to something we can truly expect great things! This was a fun read, and I just wanted to thank you for the entertainment. Cheers

Wolfric posted a comment on Thursday 10th July 2008 7:53pm

I enjoyed it although my tases lean a bit more to the wry and ironic side of humour and I don't know if I can see Minerva as the lady of the lake ehr loch. Thanks for writing. W.

Carlos posted a comment on Thursday 10th July 2008 7:39pm

Freaking awesome!!!
Cant wait to read, Castles in the sky!!!
Keep the writing coming!!!

SassyFrass posted a comment on Thursday 10th July 2008 7:38pm

This was just fantastic. I love that the psychiatrist was a dwarf. That cracked me up to no end.
There's a sequel!? I'm so excited! I can't wait to see it.

There was one mistake though. You put greet instead of great.

I am eagerly looking forward the the sequel.
Good job!

Daenin posted a comment on Thursday 10th July 2008 7:32pm

Wow. Perfect. *Grins* Thank you for sharing this entrancing story.