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brat1234 posted a comment on Friday 1st June 2007 12:04am

This has been one of the best, and well thought out stories that I have seen.

Thanks.

Happy writing,

bc

sammi posted a comment on Friday 1st June 2007 12:01am

Another long journey made to the finish. Congrats for writing the story!

dakinumas posted a comment on Thursday 31st May 2007 11:41pm

great fic!I enjoyed this one the most out of your stories!!! congratulation!

but I hate Hermione is this story, she's really annoying! I was hoping Harry would say no to her. She's too greedy when it comes to books and knowledge.

Tiffls posted a comment on Thursday 31st May 2007 11:37pm

I really enjoyed reading this chapter, well basically this whole story.
Thanks for writing!

Alex00 posted a comment on Thursday 31st May 2007 11:21pm

Awesome chapter keep up the great work.

Tarkas posted a comment on Thursday 31st May 2007 11:20pm

A masterful ending to an excellent story [/gush] B-), but everyone else has already said that. Doesn't stop it being true, though. So nice to see the ferret deservedly obliterated (and what a great way to refer to that "famous" typo; one could wish that other authors would do the same, but they generally don't have your talent) and Snivellus and senile!Dumbledore get theirs. I wasn't surprised to find that DD was behind Gabby's sudden "decision" to Mate with Harry, but his reasons for doing it and why Snape had such power at the school were unexpected (hey, if you expect something to be unexpected, what does that make it? ;-) ).

For all the drama of the attack at the match, I found the most powerful part of it (and the most repulsive bit) to be Pansy's blithe assertion that the DEs missed the "good old days" and that the raid would be a simple way of bringing them back. "Oh, yes, life is so dull these days... I know! Let's go and kill a few dozen people and things will be back the way they used to be." Now that is true evil. I do hope the Epilogue will see them properly dealt with, especially that stupid little twerp John -- definitely Ferret Mark II, that one.

One minor continuity error that I spotted: in chapter 9, you have Katie say that three years is the standard contract length, and the implication is that Harry's one-year rolling contract is unusual; in this chapter, she talks about only having single-year contracts. Something doesn't match up.

Despite that, this was great and I look forward to the epilogue so that the story will be truly finished and can be appreciated in its entirety. Bravo, Tim.

noylj posted a comment on Thursday 31st May 2007 11:04pm

Love the story but was hoping for Dumbles to be under Snape's control, but dementia works. Especially if it explains all the screwed up things that Dumbles did to get the Potters killed and Harry marked and abused.
Ireally wish that we could have more Harry/Gabby...Maybe a chapter a year just to keep up with their life.

Musings of Apathy posted a comment on Thursday 31st May 2007 10:50pm

Once again, a masterful work. Don't know that I can say anything more rofound than that. I'm glad that there is still an eilogue, as you could have just said, "the end" and left us hanging.

Thank you for writing.

Mike (MoA)

sbrighton posted a comment on Thursday 31st May 2007 10:07pm

Astounding. I have read everything you have written and all I can do is hope for more!

Matt Bergink posted a comment on Thursday 31st May 2007 9:49pm

Thank you for this, and all of your other, stories. More importantly, thank you for finishing your stories. It takes a lot of sifting through garbage to come across a decent fanfiction author (let alone a great one)and far too often the stories wind up abandoned. I would like to suggest an author to you. I know that you 'dislike' Fanfiction.net, but that is the only site that I know of where his work is published. His name on that site is Nonjon. His work makes me think of what you would wright if you got considerably more perverted. I mean that in a good way. Nonjon's work is mature rated for a reason, but it's very well written, and more importantly, it's hilarious.

I can't wait to see what you come up with next.

Sincerely,
Mattmbergink@bearmountain.ca

pyrodaemon posted a comment on Thursday 31st May 2007 9:48pm

All most over? *crushed* That's horrible! I really enjoy reading this story! lol.

But onto the really reason you're reading this...

I really do love this story. Its very well written, you hashed out all your details, I didn't see any major conflicts in plot details and only one very minor one early in the story that wasn't worth mentioning. The entire story's descriptions in the story were well written and extensive without being overly flowery or excessive. There were a few words that were confused like (but not actually) how people flip their and there. It wasn't glaringly obvious but it was there a little (it impossible to hash it all out of a story, isn't it, when the chapters are all this *big*).

I really loved the interactions between Harry and those around him. The way his friends stopped everyone from truly bothering him without him even being aware of it. All the interactions in the story (and not just those between Harry/ex.) were beautifully written.

The only regret I have about the story ending here (or in the eppy, anyways) is that we didn't get to see what Merlin was truly like. We got a little background on him but nothing to extensive. I'd have really loved to see 'A Day in the Life of' type thing with him. What you have written about him and his wife just makes me what to see it all the more, lol.

This is a beautiful, lovely story there really just aren't words to describe it and I wish it didn't have to end.

Cheers.

Silo posted a comment on Thursday 31st May 2007 9:01pm

kool so is tasht it my dear friend

Aaron posted a comment on Thursday 31st May 2007 8:25pm

p.s. I mean 'unbeleivable' to mean 'incredible' and 'awesome', not 'I didn't beleive you'.

Hehe.

Viridian posted a comment on Thursday 31st May 2007 8:24pm

It's good to see Hermione, and especially Ron's reaction to 'that leetle side effect'. I hope Harry learns that they were not fully in the know.

And of course a little Draco-bashing is reputed to be highly therapeutic!

Harry's test was well thought out, as well as highly effective.

The twist with Oliver at the end was nice!

Another good one!

Aaron posted a comment on Thursday 31st May 2007 8:24pm

Oh man, this has got to be one of your most impressive chapters to date in any story. One minute we're in a quidditch match, and then out of the blue people are throwing killing curses around. Unbeleivable!

The Dumbledore Plot, finally unveiled, was just masterfully done... hehe, it's hard for me to get really really pissed at Dumb-As-A-Door. I guess to me he'll always be the guy the who eats children's candy and spouts off "Alas, Earwax!" afterwards. But I think you've finally done it for me with this story... the 2nd Task was such a long time ago! And he was already an interfering bastard! Lord V wasn't even ressurrected yet! Just unbelievable.

Incredible work, thanks for all your time and talent!

Jason9 posted a comment on Thursday 31st May 2007 8:21pm

All in all, a fantastic story. Yet another instance in where you change my opinion of you as an Author. Enjoyed Hope immensely, and hope you continue to pick original pairings, if for no other reason than to keep me open-minded. Also, I would love to see some more of your drabbles developed further, but as always, will read anything you post. Thanks for another great story.

redjacobson posted a comment on Thursday 31st May 2007 8:14pm

wow! That's intense stuff! I actually just read the entire story; and I'll admit; I'm impressed. I still think that the veela is a poor idea; I just don't care for the idea; but you did a good job with it. Now; I'll be waiting for the epilogue and see what happens to the rest of the characters. I am curious though; Ginny only gets a couple of mentions; and Luna one mention? I figured they would at least have one or two lines of dialogue.

So; what's next? Any possibility of the WK,GQ wrap up; or; please; please please; More of Wild Horses or The Warrior and the Witch?

Red

djbe posted a comment on Thursday 31st May 2007 8:00pm

Fantastic! Thanks for all the great work!

T.Zukumori posted a comment on Thursday 31st May 2007 7:55pm

Thank you once again for a beautifully crafted work; you've created a beautiful world where one can spend time without regret. Though I am sad that this is ending, I do look forward to your epilogue and future works; and, as others have already said, now I can revisit your opus at my leisure on the road.

Once again, beautiful writing. Superb story.

Kindest regards,
-T.Zukumori

Viridian posted a comment on Thursday 31st May 2007 7:48pm

That conversation between Hermione and Ron was just a little scary. But I do like how you are writing a grown-up Ron.

Nice answer for why Harry goes arse over teakettle in the Floo... I wonder why that never occured to me before!

The wine tasting exposition was educational, but there seems to be a contradiction between 'more color=older' and 'red wines get paler as they age'. I know very little on he subject, but those two facts seem to conflict.

"starfish on the bum" = Bwahahaha!


And the big revelation that caused all the controvery. I still think they were wrong to conceal it all this time... Harry not only couldn't form romantic attachments, but he had no way of knowing it wasn't him. Damn lucky it didn't trigger a suicidal depression at some point. But we've beat that horse to death.