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xxaugustasxx posted a comment on Tuesday 30th June 2015 5:42am for 12 - London(2)

Bloody amazing story!

OriksGaming posted a comment on Friday 26th June 2015 11:45pm for 12 - London(2)

So, just testing the rules on this site for repeat reviews on the same chapter. Also, I'd just like to say that this is probably the best Harry/Gabby story I'm ever read, it was fantastic, I forgot to give it the kudos it deserved in the other review. Also, I got through the story without reviewing it every chapter, I was that absorbed in the story, I didn't really notice switching chapters.

OriksGaming posted a comment on Friday 26th June 2015 11:40pm for 12 - London(2)

I loved this story, and I love the pairing of Harry and Gabriel. I mean, Harry doesn't have any more connections with Ginny than he does with Gabby(Sister of best friend vs Sister of friend(who happens to married to brother of best friend) and has a crush before he saved her life and the crush is based on his fame vs has a crush based on him saving her life and being himself). Anyways, I have many more reasons than that, and it's also fun to read stories about them, because while she is always depicted as somewhere around ethereally beautiful, her personality is very different from one story to the next, due to her being only a small supporting character(albeit one who has a basis for a strong connection with Harry that authors can play up). Anyones, those are some of the reasons it's my favorite pairing, and why I infinitely prefer it over Harry and Ginny(I have many more reasons for this and why it is my favorite pairing above anything else). Also, most stories end up with Harry embracing his power and/or fame and riches, and living a long and fulfilled life with a beautiful wife. So yeah, the ending is always better than what most Harry and Ginny stories end with, which from what I've seen is usually Harry just being a pretty good minister and having some kids who go to Hogwarts, which isn't very deep and puts Harry into the position of doing what he hates(from what I've seen, he hates being in politics a lot and is more content to just endorse people or spend his money for the betterment of everyone, from the background, all legally(had to add that because while Dumbledore seemed to be trying to better everyone, he did so illegally and ruined Harry's life, along with a lot of other people's dreams of doing anything related to potions or being an auror when they grew up, and Harry is definitely not like Dumbledore). Jeez, I keep telling myself to stop ranting and get on with the review of this story, and then launch into another one, sorry about that. Anyways, I love how you made Gabby in this story, making it(the bond) an enslavement that she found her way around and maintained control of her free will, along with having her be the perfect match for Harry because she worked hard to make herself so. I mean, instead of where Harry and Fleur/Gabriel have a bond and their personalities are immediately changed(I know you said that was what would have happened in this to most Veela). I was really not expecting the thing at the end with the Death Eaters, as I'd been used to most of the story, which was happy and upbeat(not overwhelmingly so), as your usually are(that's a good thing for me), and I had to reread it to make sure I was seeing it correctly. I like OP Harry, as long as he doesn't abuse his power or turn weird and dark(or like the fanfics that say he's turned grey, while he's gutting people with magical flying knives and saying it's all about the intent. -_-). I also like stories that focus on Harry's Quidditch, and the fact that in the books he's described as any amazing seeker, a natural on the broom, and the best in centuries, when he's just barely beating out his competitors, who aren't that great, to the snitch. And then he doesn't pursue the obvious career that he has the skill for, when he loves to play Quidditch(in canon I mean). Anyways, I liked the overall plot, the characters, Malfoy dying, and it was a fun and interesting read. Great work, sorry for the rambling in the review, and keep it up. I can't wait to read all of your current stories and some future ones of yours.

r00ney posted a comment on Monday 4th May 2015 4:51pm for 12 - London(2)

Excellent story, thank you for writing.

Noble Korhedron posted a comment on Tuesday 24th February 2015 11:00am for 12 - London(2)

Just finish this after another read-through. Still excellent. But what is this 'Object Lessons Trilogy' you speak of?! :-S :-S

theshadow603 posted a comment on Sunday 8th February 2015 7:28am for 12 - London(2)

Hope is quite simply, a masterpiece. This is an OUTSTANDING piece of writing.

HWLLHP posted a comment on Saturday 7th February 2015 8:24am for 12 - London(2)

I recently reread this -- enjoyed it as always.

But I still think, as I always have, that there's a good argument Ron and Hermione should make in their own defense: Their "manipulation" didn't take options away from Harry, it gave him an option that he otherwise would not have had: to fall in love with Gabrielle without the pressure of knowing that saying no would mean abandoning her to insanity. It was always in the plan that if he had not fallen for her, he would have been given the information in time to act on it if he'd wanted. And he could've been told about the Bond after falling for her if he had.

KSpringer posted a comment on Sunday 4th January 2015 5:09pm for 12 - London(2)

Always a good read. I really like your writing.

Thank you for the stories!

mahaffe posted a comment on Sunday 21st December 2014 1:35pm for 12 - London(2)

This is one of my favorite stories that I have read. Is there anywhere that the epilogue is posted? It is what helped to make it one of the best in my opinion.

Noble Korhedron posted a comment on Wednesday 17th December 2014 3:31am for 12 - London(2)

Oh. My. F-ing. God!! That. was. FANTASTIQUE! And no, I won't apologise for the broken French!! :-P

jspring posted a comment on Monday 13th October 2014 12:13pm for 12 - London(2)

Wonderful story. Thank you very much for allowing us to enjoy it.

motherjenjen posted a comment on Sunday 24th August 2014 9:00am for 12 - London(2)

Just reread your author's notes for this. Got to the end and I was like O.o wasnt there some more of this the last few times I read it..... then I was like ahhhhhh. I prefer how it ends now I think. Leaves it more open and hopeful. Jen

Noble Korhedron posted a comment on Friday 6th June 2014 8:53pm for 12 - London(2)

FOR THE LOVE OF MERLIN, POST MORE!! This. cliffy. sucks. quaffles. :-(

LuxEterna posted a comment on Thursday 22nd May 2014 9:01pm for 12 - London(2)

great i loved it

ps i just spent a whole day lounging in front of my computer and read this fic

so my sister was 'sligthly' peeved that i didnt do any housework the whole day and left it for her to do

dadscooking posted a comment on Wednesday 5th February 2014 11:37pm for 12 - London(2)

This is perhaps the very best Harry and Gabi story in all fanficdom. I have read this at least 20 times and it never gets old.

jmmistytamplen posted a comment on Tuesday 3rd September 2013 8:36pm for 12 - London(2)

I enjoy this story everytime I re-read it, but....I wish you had left the Epilogue in. I liked it, too. Oh, well.

Thanks for sharing your version of Harry Potter with us - I appreciate it!

Jane Tamplen

Petunia Uphill posted a comment on Thursday 15th August 2013 3:54pm for 12 - London(2)

I may have said this before, as I have read the story numerous times, but this is an absolutely wonderful story. It leaves me with a lovely, slightly fluffy, glow. This particular time I was humming You Are My Destiny throughout this last chapter. There are many stories which claim to be about people destined to be together, about soul-bonds of different sorts, and about great and overwhelming love. Mostly, they don't come anywhere near the feelings this story conveys.

I am aware you, Jeconais, aren't quite happy with how this turned out, wanting it to be more of a fairytale. I believe you are selling yourself short. Actual fairytales are a little boring from an adult point af view: black-and-white characters with little personality, the plot generally clear from the beginning. In my oppinion you managed to include the best elements of fairytales in this story. It has amazing magic. While the main characters are quite clerly and invariably good/bad, they can't be called shallow by any means. You can tell right from wrong in this story. And it is better than traditional fairytales in some aspects. While keeping the solutions within sight, it is not too straight forward. It is missing the most obvious teachings or messages, unless you count 'never loose hope' as one.

I am not saying Happily Ever After is not a good story -- it is! It has a different feel of fairytale to it. I, personaly, just happen to enjoy Hope more. HEA is maybe a little bit too light in spirit for me, moody curmudgeon that I am.

Anyway, even if you arent quite happy with this story, I certainly am!

Thank you.

BobVosh posted a comment on Friday 8th March 2013 7:51pm for 12 - London(2)

i typically hate post Hogwarts, extreme Dumbledore bashing, and always found GD/HP just weird. You not only made it tolerable, but damn well done. Great story.

WhiteSeahorses posted a comment on Monday 25th February 2013 12:58am for 12 - London(2)

I just have to say that I enjoyed reading that story IMMENSELY and thank you kindly for writing and sharing it with us. Now I have to see what other amazing things you have written.


Nytefyre posted a comment on Tuesday 12th February 2013 4:07pm for 12 - London(2)

This was a wonderful story - I loved the progression of the characters' development, the even attention to the various threads, and the way the writing showed instead of told.

Thanks for posting a great read!