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Ken Warner posted a comment on Thursday 19th April 2007 8:49pm

too stunned at this time to do more than give a standing ovation and clap till my hands hurt.

thanks so much - It seems that every story you write Tim is worth the wait.

warmest regards

Potter Thinker posted a comment on Thursday 19th April 2007 8:31pm

This was quite extraordinary, well thought out and well constructed.

jodec123 posted a comment on Thursday 19th April 2007 8:27pm

Amazing.

Hilary McKenna posted a comment on Thursday 19th April 2007 8:24pm

Yeah! A new chapter, and a great new chapter! Please, please write more soon. I would really love to see Snape and Dumbledore get their comeuppance as well.

Wolfric posted a comment on Thursday 19th April 2007 8:22pm

Wonderful! I am enjoying this story a great deal. I agree the prophet article is a fine stroke. I liked the bit about why Ron learned to cook. I like Harry as the sauve sophisticate and I like Gabrielle; I guess I like pretty much everything about the story. I am looking forward to Harry sorting out Hogwarts & Dumbledore. Thank you. W.

lovin'yourwork2much posted a comment on Thursday 19th April 2007 8:12pm

An excellent chapter, complete with all the small little touches that come to together to form one of the most enjoyable fanfiction story anywhere. The scenes in this chapter were what I've been waiting for since chapter 2. I loved this story and I look forward to the last 2 chapters.

P.S. This is my first review to you and while i have your attention let me tell you I absolutely love Perfect Situations ,The Price and These Dreams

Meg posted a comment on Thursday 19th April 2007 7:55pm

Sweet Merlin On A Bike.

The emotional intensity of this chapter's made me lightheaded.

Can't think of anything else right now. LOL

Thanks, Tim.

Meg

Christina C. Keimig posted a comment on Thursday 19th April 2007 7:51pm

Wonderful chapter! More than worth the wait.

BJH posted a comment on Thursday 19th April 2007 7:36pm

P.S. Oh, and that line from the article: "Malfoy, his grey eyes revealing the depth of his betrayal" was a great throw back to Rita's line in GoF about Harry's eyes swimming with the ghosts of his past. Another great touch that sets your work so far above everyone else's.

BJH

BJH posted a comment on Thursday 19th April 2007 7:23pm

First let me say how thrilled I was to actually see that I was able to contribute, even if in such a small way, to this marvelous story. Seeing my handle there was a thrill and a little piece of fanfic immortality for this humble fellow (so He is correct).

This was a really great chapter, but then again they all are, and the wait was worthwhile, especially considering that two more chapters are in the pipeline! I love how you evolved the relationship between Harry and Gabriel so smoothly. Hermione's little charm worked well and it was a nice touch how you turned it around on her to give her more work to duplicate the effect for herself and Ron.

Is that all there is to Trelawney? Just a minor revenge plot? Somehow I'm not sure but I suppose I'll have to wait to see. But I loved how Rita read her from the Gospel, sent her home, sold her out to Percy, and then used her for protection on the opinion piece she already wrote! She is a pip that one.

I assume the protections on the ring will come into play when Malfoy tries to get his revenge. Will he do it at the upcoming Quidditch match? It seems to be the thing his life revolves around. Which brings up another nice touch, how Flint stalked off rather than completing the course and admitting defeat. A telling fault that opens the door to his, and by association Slytherin's weaknesses and what Snape/Malfoy have done to Hogwarts in general. Even the Headboy and girl; he's a prat and she figures if you can't beat 'em, shag 'em. And to get back to the ring, I assume Gabby won't take it off and therefore it will have to be hidden until after the match, and assumably Malfoy's attack. Or will you be Hitchcockian (if that is even a word) and tease us with Malfoy getting closer and closer to the unsuspecting Gabby only to have her slip on the ring at the last moment?

Anyways, thanks for a most enjoyable evening reading this chapter and I look forward to another soon (hopefully).

BJH

scott2 posted a comment on Thursday 19th April 2007 7:17pm

Just when I was getting desperate for a good read, you deliver :)

patsh posted a comment on Thursday 19th April 2007 7:16pm

Well worth the very long wait. This chapter reaffirms the fact that this is my favorite piece of fan fiction. Thank you.

DJ posted a comment on Thursday 19th April 2007 7:07pm

WOW You are at the top of your game. I was sooo worth the wait thanks. I am glad they are safe now. One question "Gabrielle smiled suddenly as the reason for Durham sprang to her mind" why Durham? Did I miss somthing in the story? Any way thanks agin.

Wolff posted a comment on Thursday 19th April 2007 6:58pm

Awesome. I can't wait until we have the rest, so I can sit down and read the whole thing together. It's an amazing story in pieces, but I think it will truly shine when it's taken as a whole. Thank you, you've made the wait worthwhile.

morriganscrow posted a comment on Thursday 19th April 2007 6:53pm

Excellent chapter!
I really like the in-depth writing of the Delacours.
Great scene between Skeeter and Sybill too.
More please.

Musings of Apathy posted a comment on Thursday 19th April 2007 6:52pm

It is hard not to write the same review as always...

"Excellent chapter. Blah Blah Blah...

Thank you for writing..."

But you truly do always write excellent chapters, so I find myself always going back to the truth, that your chapters are excellent. If you ever wanted to expand your writing to fully original works, I think you would find a public at large eager for your works.

In this chapter I liked Aimee's actions and reactions. Her distinction between permission and blessing was great. I nearly expected her to ask to see the diaries, but I realize that she would not be so invasive or careless. If Harry wants to share them, he will do so, and she would never make such a request.

The article in the Prophet is interesting, especially as it is uncredited. In muggle journalism articles are always credited, albeit to pseudonyms at times when the person wants to have anonymity. To have the credit completely missing is telling. It makes me wonder if the duel was mentioned at all in the rest of the paper, and assume that it was not, as you did not mention it. The paper should have reported it, including the mention of the Crucio cast by Malfoy, because it is news and something the public would need to know. Maybe I'm just being too idealistic here? It seems the wizarding world has never heard about the responsibility that outlets of news have to their constituency. Of course, I believe that some (many) real life news outlets have also forgot their responsibility.

The Slytherin Head Boy's response to the Head Girl's idea of asking that a new flying instructor be recommended by Harry is interesting, although not surprising. I would ask where he thought he could get a replacement that would be better suited than one recommended by a professional. Must be prejudice clouding judgement once again. Almost makes you wish for the Slytherin house to be brought back to it's original root ideals, instead of the tripe that they are teaching and spouting now.

Enough of that from me.

Thank you, truly, for entertaining us. I am glad that it entertains you as well.

Mike (MoA)

anonymous5 posted a comment on Thursday 19th April 2007 6:43pm

"..and was on top of her senior project..."

yeah, that's one of the most precious lines as I've ever read in fanfic. :D

fountaam posted a comment on Thursday 19th April 2007 6:35pm

:)

Cass posted a comment on Thursday 19th April 2007 6:28pm

(Dies of happiness)

Fantastic job - a bit less of a focus than I expected, but I thought the finals scenes were tastefully done. Harry and Aimee was fantastic - I like that she's not easily taken in or accepting, because it makes her more credible and realistic in the long run.

The Prophet's story seemed in character (which I didn't know one could do for a newspaper...) and with a great backlash. I'm waiting desperately for more!

noylj posted a comment on Thursday 19th April 2007 6:03pm

This is one of the few stories where the two lead characters are so interesting, I would enjoy just following them through a "normal" day. No drama, no threats, no plot are needed. The two characters are just so interesting on their own. I said it before, and I'll say it agian, I will be "sad" when this story ends.