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AmonRA posted a comment on Tuesday 6th December 2005 1:15am for 6 - Tintagel

Wow... This story is amazing! I'll definitely actively seek the next installment.

Daniel Hensley posted a comment on Sunday 4th December 2005 11:31am for 6 - Tintagel

I find this story very interesting. I was wondering when you were going to update next.

Roxy posted a comment on Saturday 3rd December 2005 3:34pm for 6 - Tintagel

Okay, so I recently stumbled upon your story, This Means War. I enjoyed that enourmously by the way. Well after reading that in a record of 2 days, I just had to check out your other storys. This is the first one I clicked on, and surprise surprise I was hooked:) I love your writing, its amazing, you have a talent with words. You have also, with this story put a spin on Harry Potter that I did not think of. And this chapter, actually blew me away. Amazing. Please update!

borgeirgens posted a comment on Friday 2nd December 2005 12:32pm for 6 - Tintagel

Absolutly awesome! This is probably the only fanfiction I am regulary checking for updates. When will the next one be? One thing I noticed was the way you used absolutly many times. It's probably my imagination because I read the chapter so many times. Who am I to know?

ulkser posted a comment on Friday 2nd December 2005 12:30pm for 6 - Tintagel

it's been more than a week. in fact 9 nine days since your last update. in your group, you once said that you would update once a week. and you did like taht with last three chapters and we got used to that speed of updates. so please update please update please update please update.

you really wirte superb. one of my favourite writers uot there. please don't make us wati more.

atlantis-rob posted a comment on Thursday 1st December 2005 3:13pm for 6 - Tintagel

Awesome chapter, great job with the whole beach trip. it rocked! I really enjoyed the whole chapter entirely, I think as you write more your getting a better and better hanlde on the chars and the story is improving even more. Cheers!

Jon3 posted a comment on Wednesday 30th November 2005 2:24pm for 6 - Tintagel

Woah..simply woah, this is one of the best stories of read, can't express how good it is in words but ill be looking forward to Chapter 7. :)

Jimbocous posted a comment on Wednesday 30th November 2005 1:41am for 6 - Tintagel

I really like what you're doing with this so far, and I'm glad you've come back to this piece. Thanks!

Sean Melton posted a comment on Wednesday 30th November 2005 12:44am for 6 - Tintagel

I've now read Ch. 6 an even 10 times, and I think it's some of your best work.

The line "Sleep took him in an instant. He was content, his heart was at rest. He was no longer alone." is a really nice bit of wordcraft. It gives me little warm fuzzies for Harry. :)


popecow posted a comment on Tuesday 29th November 2005 1:18pm for 6 - Tintagel

really really great story. among the best romances.

just a quick question, what prophecy did harry negate that has trewlany so pissed, the one about voldy, cuz i thought he killed voldermort, thus making the prophecy true.

great story

Full_Pensieve posted a comment on Tuesday 29th November 2005 12:54pm for 6 - Tintagel

I'm very much enjoying Hope. Wasn't sure that I would - just as Hope!Harry acknowledges, the age difference comes within spotting distance of the edge of squickiness. It's a very clever exploration of Veela-hood, the nature of love and friendship, and a host of other things. Your original characters are solid - Gabby's parents are a little in that too-good-to-be-true category, but still engaging and ulti-layered in contrast to Harry's WKGQ prospective in-laws. Hope!Harry particularly stands out to me - despite his obvious power, he shows more flaws than your prior versions of the character, and his weaknesses are more defined. I like that; it's humanizing. Gabby is an ironic heroine for you, when set next to Jeconais!Harry's other paramours. She's the most physically perfect of the lot, but would seem to be the most conflicted. Her oscillation between instinct and reason is well-played and very interesting. This is your best work, IMO.

Mike [FP]

Bea posted a comment on Tuesday 29th November 2005 6:22am for 6 - Tintagel

At last, I got to read this beautiful story, been VERY busy lately and I have to actually read it during breaks in my work. There's not much I could say that has already been said in the digests, but, just let me tell you that it is plainly and simply a beautifull story, and a joy (like your last name, lol), to read. Thanks for writing it. :)

Harold posted a comment on Monday 28th November 2005 7:51pm for 6 - Tintagel

Great peice of work. Far from being upset with your rewriting of Arthurian legend I like the way you adapted it to your purpose and still held some of the base truth to the whole situation. Congrats.

michael posted a comment on Monday 28th November 2005 5:25pm for 6 - Tintagel

Wow. this is potentially one of the best stories i have ever read. it belongs right up there with dakaath in terms of writing skill, character development, and plot. you are able to make what is usually a boring genre of harry potter, that is to say, post voldermort, and make it interesting as well as turn me onto a new pairing. in order to be perfect two things need to be perfect. malfoy needs the everloving shit kicked out of him, and while i understand the need to prolong it for plausibility, they need to get it on. great story, please post soon

BJH posted a comment on Monday 28th November 2005 5:18am for 6 - Tintagel

“The Goblins were fond of turning their enemies’ femurs into daggers,” she said clinically. “You’ve been carrying that chip around in your shoulder for years.”

So, are you saying that Harry has spent years carrying a chip on his shoulder?

BJH - who can't resist a bad pun.

Manatheron posted a comment on Monday 28th November 2005 12:44am for 6 - Tintagel

... Actually depending on which author you believe, the story you told was reletivally correct.

Happy thanksgiving yourself, this is yet another chapter in the masterpiece that we reviewers humbly refer to as 'Fanfiction'

Please Keep up the excellent work!

RaphaelYervantian posted a comment on Sunday 27th November 2005 9:08pm for 6 - Tintagel

This story is incredible. And not because it talks about a guy falling in love with a girl.

Potter has never really had a childhood or been really unconditionally loved.

Gabi (that's how my french canadian family shorts Gabrielle) is allowing Harry to experince being a child again through her - she is giving him back the childhood he never had.

At the same time her veela-ness means she's really at least as mature (if not older) as she is in the way she thinks and reacts so she's able to give him stability at both ends of the scale which is what he's always needed and other girls simply wouldn't be able to provide - he's always had to be the responsible, strong one.

Which will teach him to love/heal - He's always been like a house with no foundation - but through the bond and being with her he's feeling what its like to be a kid - filling in the missing bits.

She's repairing him.

I don't know if you meant it this way or not but that's what I'm getting from it.

Really cool

Patches posted a comment on Sunday 27th November 2005 5:21pm for 6 - Tintagel

Wow! What a great chapter. Makes me feel like I did the night I finished HPB. "I want the rest of the story now!" This is so great. I really am enjoying the interplay between Harry and his friends who really know him and of course with Gabrielle. I can't waite for them to fly Beaubatons to Hogwarts. That is going to be so cool. I wonder how you are going to handle the stuff with Draco and Snape. I want to see the comuppance for Dumbledore, Snape, Draco and Trelawney plus "Professor Idiot!" I would love to have Gabrielle put Draco in his place. Maybe something with some Veela power plus some dueling spells that she has learned from Harry! I've also thought of Harry possibly saving her from a fall in a Quidditch match at Hogwarts. Of course Snape and Draco would try to make Harry look overprotective. Just a couple of thoughts but you are the writer and I am eager to see what you come up with.
I hope your update soon. This is turning into as good if not better than TMW.
Thanks, for writing, Patches

hedwig_edwiges posted a comment on Sunday 27th November 2005 9:54am for 6 - Tintagel

Nice idea! I haven't read anything like that before and I'm really like it. Keep on!

AK posted a comment on Saturday 26th November 2005 4:29pm for 6 - Tintagel

Hey I got one question do you or do you not speak french? oh and does ur name come from french? it almost sounds like: I know... in french