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Houndofhell posted a comment on Thursday 31st May 2007 4:58pm

*sits looking stunned*

Right, being serious for a moment, this is one of the best stories i have ever read and by far the best Post-Voldemort and Post-Education Harry i've ever read, some amazing Harry/Gabrielle scenes and a large amount of subtle humour to get you at the right points and with an amazing plot line and developments. It's by far one of if not the Best Harry Potter Story i've read and i've read a lot of them.

Can't wait for the epilogue and some more great works.

DJ posted a comment on Thursday 31st May 2007 4:56pm

I have loved all your writting. But this is your best one hands down. Thanks for sticking it out after you lost your hard drive. I look fowad to what you write in the future.

KenF posted a comment on Thursday 31st May 2007 4:53pm

Great fun... we got to see Malfoy and Snape both get theirs. It's a shame to see the fall of a truly great wizard. Hopefully we can see our own time to step aside, and not draw it out as D did.

I eagerly await your epilogue.

riegert8 posted a comment on Thursday 31st May 2007 4:28pm

THis is a very good chapter. So that Dumbledore had Demtentia, well that explain some of the stuff he did. But he was always manipulating and controling and Demtentia made it worse.

Lighhtwhispers posted a comment on Thursday 31st May 2007 4:28pm

And once again you prove why you are one of the three fanfic authors who, if you write something, I will read it. And like it.

I have to say, I think this is the best depiction of a post-Voldemort Harry (non-traumatized version) I have read. Good job, and I look forward to seeing what you write next.

pip posted a comment on Thursday 31st May 2007 4:21pm

*jibbers incoherently...*

Shawn Pickett posted a comment on Thursday 31st May 2007 4:15pm

SON OF A FRACKIN' B****. I think we all knew Dumbledore had some mental instability, the scene with the penesieve pointed towards that. But to realize it had gone on so long, it's a little overwhelming. An outstanding wrap up to the story, it was cool to see Harry take the gloves off and really cut loose with his power. I'm a little shocked, that even with the Prophets owners being Malfoy relatives that they had the nerve to try to take a shot at Harry that time. After the power he displayed, and saving a lot of people, again, he probably could've walked into their office and started casting obliterates left and right with out serious repercussions, of course, after everything, I guess they haven't shown much instinct for self preservation. Thank you, it's been an outstanding story, I look forward to the epilogue.

GknightS posted a comment on Thursday 31st May 2007 4:05pm

this story could easily be best story of the year if you had no betas. However, since you had more than one and there are still grammar mistakes and sentence fragments, this will be one of the best stories, not THE best.

I personally really liked Harry and Gabrielle moments, but i think you spent too many words on plot development; resulting in not enough "warm" moments that this story seem to generate.

Anyways, i really enjoyed this story. Thank you for this outstanding story.

Quizer posted a comment on Thursday 31st May 2007 3:50pm

And another epic tale reaches its end. Thanks for this glorious and dynamic finale!

During the 'Obliterate!' scene (loved the reference, by the way!), I half-expected Harry to forgo the broom entirely and fly using just his magic.

Dumbledore having put the idea of Mating in Gabrielle's head was a huge shocker... I didn't expect that. I'm a bit surprised the pensieve abuse didn't come up during this final chapter. I thought Dumbledore's dementia problems stemmed mainly from overuse of pensieves. Putting any and all unpleasant memories out of his head and into the pensieve, it was no surprise to me that crucial facts were slipping past him.

Loved the "They get confused if you mock them." line. This almost qualifies as another signature line to tease us with! :D

I loved Matti the house elf. Finally a new spin on the elves' speech problem. The particular quirk you gave her is well-liked. :)

The exodus of the merpeople was also a great tidbit in the aftermath. A very wise and sensible reaction on their part. Shows that they're not totally retarded! :D

I also liked the sensible use of German you included in Krum's language. You kept it to a bare minimum that even as a native German speaker I couldn't find anything wrong with. Of course I would trust you to be able to research the proper use of other words, had you intended to use them, but it would start raising understandability issues by non-German speakers. Sometimes restraint is the way to go!

I'm a bit overwhelmed at the multitude of little things that make this the great piece of work it is. I could spend hours hunting down things to comment about, but suffice it to say that you have outdone yourself once again, and I look forward to the epilogue and your subsequent works! :)

good luck and success with your future projects!


Evan Mayerle posted a comment on Thursday 31st May 2007 3:48pm

A good finale to the story that ties up all the main threads quite neatly. Bravo!! Dumbledore's legacy is not going to be near what it could have been due to his greed and manipulative nature; his choice, his loss. I can't feel a bit sorry for Malfoy, he earned what he got, but the others who came with him were obviously incapable, whether by the way they were taught or by their natures, of learning that times had changed and of changing with them; no loss, there, with what will happen to them.

James Barber posted a comment on Thursday 31st May 2007 3:40pm

In my book your still the best, that is the best hp fanfiction writer anywhere on the net or in the books!

Amamama posted a comment on Thursday 31st May 2007 3:39pm

Ahhh, thank you thank you thank you. A wonderful, epic story has come to its end (though I look forward to the epilogue), and I feel wonderfully content. It does this heart good to see Harry happy, with incredible control over his magic, and in a relationship that does him good.

Fantastic, loved every bit of it - and the part towards the end, where Hermione was lost to the world while reading Merlin's diary, was just like a description of me, while reading Hope... (and other great stories)

And yes, hope is an incredible force, thank you for reminding us all in such a wonderful way.



goddessa39 posted a comment on Thursday 31st May 2007 3:20pm

Sad to see it ended. On the bright side, it means you have room for, well, moooooooore. :)

Erik GL posted a comment on Thursday 31st May 2007 3:09pm

Well, as always I've enjoyed myself immensely. I can't think of a single story you have written that I didn't like. (Though I have enjoyed some more than others) This was a fun ride, had great action sequences, a bit of angst, lots of laughs and enough romance in the right proportions to be classified as one of your best. Thank you for taking the time to keep writing for us Tim. We do really appreciate it.

Sherman Cater posted a comment on Thursday 31st May 2007 2:57pm

Thank you very much for a wonderful trip. This story has been a delight from the start. I look forward to your next offering

rodrigo2 posted a comment on Thursday 31st May 2007 2:38pm

Simply great I have already printed all the story and intend on having it prepared to be in hardcover to be shelved in my nightstand along all my favorites.I must say that this together with White Knight Grey Queen are two of the best fics I ever read. Thanks for the great work. I don't think I ever told any authors but you fanfic authors are even better than the regular authors because you write your stories without any pay and do it from the heart. Thanks again, and I hope you will be signed up by a big publishing company so that I can buy one of your books on the regular market.

Pranavss11 posted a comment on Thursday 31st May 2007 1:59pm

Nice ending Tim. I enjoyed every moment of this story. Thank you for such a wonderful time. Can't wait for HEA and epilogue for this story.

Jim_xinu posted a comment on Thursday 31st May 2007 1:48pm

Great story! Many thanks for sharing it with us.

Panaka posted a comment on Thursday 31st May 2007 1:44pm

Bloody brilliant!

Ken Warner posted a comment on Thursday 31st May 2007 1:38pm

One of the most elegant pieces of fiction that i have read in 40 yrs. Taken as a whole some very high class writing, healthy philosophy, great moral stance.

thanks so much for sharing this with us, particularly after the technical difficulties you experienced.

warmest regards