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sh777 posted a comment on Tuesday 14th June 2016 2:14pm

Thanks for another great story.

Angelsword posted a comment on Monday 13th June 2016 11:10am

Hi, Really, really enjoyed this. thank you for still writing and giving us such excellent stories.

Just a quick question am I right in reading "octogenarian gallus embryo displacement seminar" as "what came first the chicken or the egg seminar"?

thanks again

BooksMH85 posted a comment on Sunday 12th June 2016 6:03am

I liked this quite a bit .(After all, I kept reading it long after my bedtime!)

I have just started reading your work and like it for it's originality of view-point and humor. I confess that I have a bad habit of reading several stories at the same time, so I have a little trouble remembering if you have finished writing (or are still continuing to write) The Case of the Missing Wizard. I do hope that you will be finishing it. (Smiles winningly and otherwise acts about 50 years younger than my actual age.) I got caught laughing out loud while reading in public earlier this week. Unfortunately it was on my nook, and I didn't have the login info to review there. But I do now, so thank you for writing and sharing with idiots like me.

ladyimmortal posted a comment on Sunday 12th June 2016 4:19am

Another great story from you Jeconais!

Be interesting to see how RON grows up in this (I always did like how you write Ron in a lot of your stories. A mature Ron is unique!)

I love when Harry uses his brain - as he did in this story.

As always - loved every word!

mjc posted a comment on Saturday 11th June 2016 12:32am

As we can plainly see, Draco was obviously stolen by the Queen of the Jarveys as an infant and a changeling left in his place. So unless Chester is well versed in dealing with nonhuman minds, there's not a whole lot that he actually can do, maybe just dispel the human transfiguration, keeping the changeling looking like Draco, much like Barty Jr. did. But I do kind of like the idea that Draco will end up thinking he's a little teapot...

keichan2 posted a comment on Friday 10th June 2016 9:57pm

Lucius as a doting father to his squib girl was surprising and hilarious!

I have to say that operation “Get Harry A Girlfriend” had me laughing out loud! :-D

It was quite an interesting story!

Thanks for sharing!

millercommamatt posted a comment on Thursday 9th June 2016 8:59pm

Not that there were doubts, but you've still go it. Thanks.

witowsmp posted a comment on Thursday 9th June 2016 4:58am

Interesting fic, although I believe Ginny would've joined ANY club with Harry, even if the stated purpose was cleaning toilets with their tongues. Their is no way she wouldn't have joined, Colin too.

btwood posted a comment on Wednesday 8th June 2016 11:48pm

As usual... your scribbles are a pleasure to read.

RobertPennock84 posted a comment on Wednesday 8th June 2016 11:21pm

Wonderful story. Great to see you publishing again@

Michael10 posted a comment on Wednesday 8th June 2016 11:00pm

another great fic. and belated happy birthday

DannyBoy2k posted a comment on Wednesday 8th June 2016 4:23pm

The thing that really got ME was the "Let's run Harrys life for him!" part. That Harry and Astoria was a great match, and that they most likely DID live happily ever after isn't germane. If anyone, ANYONE, tried to manipulate my life like that, they'd be very lucky to get away with a 6-month hospital visit, male, female, friend or enemy.

Jonathan Northwood posted a comment on Wednesday 8th June 2016 1:16pm

From a purely selfish standpoint, it was lovely to have the pleasure of your writing. Your stories are never less than incredibly enjoyable, and I can't count the number of times I've reread them.

I love the way you portray Astoria in this one. While reminiscent of the way you presented her in Pureblood Princess, I adore how more fleshed-out this representation seems. I enjoy your non-canon pairings -- Harry/Tonks, Harry/Luna, Harry/Daphne (and yes, your Matrioshkas nested together beautifully), but this take on Harry/Astoria was sweet, funny, and ever-so-slightly wicked.

You have a way with words, good sir, and I thank you for sharing them with us.

wyrmridr posted a comment on Wednesday 8th June 2016 7:03am

Fun read. Loved the twisted version of the timeline. Reading a "nice" Lucius, though... My left eye is still twitching.

Fibinaci posted a comment on Wednesday 8th June 2016 6:50am

This was very nice, and well balanced in how you dealt with everyone, except maybe Hermione, who we know would do anything for Harry from canon, but we also know has her faults(also from canon). I don't think its a novel concept that Harry could have done with a wider circle of friends, but also that his lack of same was as much a straight result of his childhood, so anything different would happen like here, externally.

r00ney posted a comment on Wednesday 8th June 2016 5:07am

A very excellent story, that kept me up much later than I should have.

Thanks for the great reading material!

Dad posted a comment on Wednesday 8th June 2016 12:04am

I hope you know I stoped up to half past one in the morning to finish this. Good story.

DrT posted a comment on Tuesday 7th June 2016 7:59pm

That was a very fun, compact story! I certainly enjoyed it

Hemotem posted a comment on Tuesday 7th June 2016 3:59pm

Just the right thing to pull me out of a fairly deep depression eppisode. I thank you for the words and for the work that went into this, and look forward to seeing more of your words and work in the future.


Frederick Herriot posted a comment on Tuesday 7th June 2016 1:54pm

Lovely story, my friend! Saw the influence of your earlier carry-on work concerning Astoria here, which is really cute. Hope to see more of it.