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Isis Ice posted a comment on Thursday 7th August 2008 8:53pm

Oh...my. please...More !

Orion posted a comment on Thursday 7th August 2008 8:53pm

Glad to see more of this. I really like this version of Harry, and I look forward to learning more of the past while seeing what happens in the future.

I'm already smiling when I think of the possibilities for the Basilisk with this Harry.

biged78 posted a comment on Thursday 7th August 2008 8:47pm

I like this story a lot. Can't wait for the next chapter.

cheryse posted a comment on Thursday 7th August 2008 8:27pm

The thing I love most about the Addams family is their complete acceptance of emotions. They have become so atuned to them that it requires extremes to make them feel anything. Just like a junkie bacomes immuned to a drug, the Addams family are desensitized to all save the most agonizing pain or the most passionate of loves. Because of their polar characteristics, the two are often intermingled and eventually, for an Addams, overlap. Combined with their acceptance of the natural order of life, this makes them a formidable foe. I compliment you on your vivid and accurate characterization and exploration into their fascinating psyche.

That said, I can't wait for more!

Kaerion posted a comment on Thursday 7th August 2008 8:27pm

I can't quite put my finger on why, but while the first chapter made me wonder if this might be the first of your stories that I merely liked, this one has me thinking that it might very well be one of my all-time favorites.

I suspect that most of it has to do with getting a deeper look into the Addams mindset, especially as it affects Harry and Wednesday, instead of the primarily 'outside looking in'-approach from chapter 1, though; at the very least, you made me understand them better, care for them, and you really sold them as the protagonists, no matter how "crazy" they are.

And I don't know if it's intentional or not, but unlike (most of) your other stories, which really push the boundaries on cheering me up, this story is leaving me more calm and thoughtful. Considering how different this is from most of your other work, I suspect that doesn't surprise you, so I'm happy to report that your plan is working. :)

In the end, I doubt I'll ever be able to shoehorn this story into any kind of box, it's just too different and - weird, really - but at this point, I'm thoroughly enjoying it, and looking forward to the rest of it!

Teresa Lynne posted a comment on Thursday 7th August 2008 8:10pm

Chuckle......I find it very amusing that Snape was actually glad there was still a bit of James and Lily in Harry. It was also funny to see the Malfoys so outclassed. I wonder if Voldy will take the hint he's been given and find a good place to hide? Then again, he's not the type to realize that he's wrong, let alone admit it! Hmmmm, did the Aurors get a message about the curse, or can they monitor the unforgivables? They seemed to show up pretty fast both times! Thanks for the chapter!

lucifael75 posted a comment on Thursday 7th August 2008 8:05pm

Fabulously interesting and quite different from your normal fare. It's good to see for sure, and I look forward to the next installment with baited breath.

Lu

spurio23 posted a comment on Thursday 7th August 2008 7:48pm

I think I like Snape's internal thoughts best. They crystalize things. Wednesday is just perfect and scary. Snape's internal thoughts also serve the same purpose as the blond daughter and external ("normal") visitors. They are the foil to the Addams. Good job. Thanks.

Jiapa posted a comment on Thursday 7th August 2008 7:31pm

Again, a lovely chapter. I can't wait to see what comes next (except that I have to).

Wolf550e posted a comment on Thursday 7th August 2008 7:20pm

>>When you did step out of line, they fell on you like a ton of bricks, or a series of Bludgers, or an army of killer ants, or any other metaphor that would demonstrate that antagonizing them was tantamount to volunteering to be sent to Azkaban – extremely dangerous and unpleasant, but not completely fatal.<<

Dude, outside of cartoons, a ton of bricks falling on you is very much fatal. Same goes for a series of bludgers (say, ten) and for enough ants of the right species.

jeffstrauser@yahoo.com posted a comment on Thursday 7th August 2008 7:16pm

Outstanding Ending!!!! Not to sound rude or anything but thanks for brightening up my birthday by this outstanding chapter!!!! You as always managed to capture the Essence of Wednesday, Pugsley and the rest of the Addams flawlessly!!!! Will each part of the story be broken into 2 parts for each year up to 4th year???? Will we be seeing more of Gomez and Morticia in the second year story???? Do keep up the outstanding work and update soon please!!!!:):):):)

Lon Huey posted a comment on Thursday 7th August 2008 7:09pm

*shudders*
Wow!
*shudders again*

nuclear death frog posted a comment on Thursday 7th August 2008 7:01pm

This is an outstanding work. I salute thee.

Princess Fictoria posted a comment on Thursday 7th August 2008 6:57pm

Totally loved it. The way that Harry and Wednesday are is wonderful... in a dark and scary kind of way. I do know that if I ever had the opportunity to befriend them, I would go out of my way to do so... I love how between the two of them they embrace the dichotomy of black and white within themselves.

Most stories with this concept end up with a 'gray' Harry. But in the mixing of light and dark you wind up with an existence that ignores the beauty of the contrasts between the brightest and the darkest. In your Harry and Wednesday we see the seemingly impossible and that, my dear author, is remarkable.

Ravenfur posted a comment on Thursday 7th August 2008 6:26pm

Constructive Pugsley-ism? You made me giggle with that. Great work and I can't wait to read the next installment!

DrT posted a comment on Thursday 7th August 2008 6:15pm

I go to school alone, make a few friends, get betrayed by authority figures, lose people I let into my heart, and then I die, and win, and end up in a dull marriage with stupidly named children.

-- wonderful summation

The other Addams story on site is a great Addams Family story. This story is something else, but it is both a wonderful and a terrible something. Thanks for thinking of it.

Melissa posted a comment on Thursday 7th August 2008 6:14pm

*Yes, but a velcro wall and fuzzy suits are not illegal!*
Outstanding story, as usual. Can't wait for the next installment!
:-D

Kail posted a comment on Thursday 7th August 2008 5:59pm

A honeymoon amongst the Dementors of Azkaban...it took me five minutes to regain control of myself after that scene in the Great Hall between Lucius and the Addams. SO perfectly done...

And the greatness just keeps coming. Bring it on, Jeconais! I'm eagerly awaiting the next part!

Chiyo posted a comment on Thursday 7th August 2008 5:33pm

xDDDDDDDDDDD

Sweet jebus. EPIC!

Tabi posted a comment on Thursday 7th August 2008 5:31pm

That was deep. All I can say. Oh and Destiny prevails...unless you break it's rules and make your it your own.