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joeBob posted a comment on Friday 29th August 2008 8:39am

Loved the mild smack-down of Hermione.

The piece started to drag, for a bit, though. Cut to a car chase already. ;-)


joeBob posted a comment on Friday 29th August 2008 1:12am

Fluffy but adequate.

Zanthador posted a comment on Friday 11th July 2008 9:08pm

I just wanted to send a review praising not only this piece of fiction, but all of the others on your site. Reading such great fanfiction as your own is the reason that peoople will read fanfiction. I hope that you continue to write, and you will always have a fan in me.

Respectfully yours,
Zanthador

bobman posted a comment on Thursday 19th June 2008 2:32pm

“If I can outrun the limping Roo tree of Nigeria, I can outrun you.”



Go Flying Circus! The genius of Monty Python never fails.

Killedbykarma posted a comment on Sunday 15th June 2008 9:20pm

Facing down evil? Projected grade: O+ (10)
Projected anxiety level: T- (0)
Meeting the parents? Projected grade: O+ (10)
Projected anxiety level: O+ (10)

And I can't believe you managed to make an amazing story based on those three prefaces. Watching grass grow...that should have been even harder than the watching paint dry. Though after that you should have gotten the flow of making weird work.
And Ravenclaws rule. It's a natural law you know? Knowledge is power and all that eh wot?

Zucht posted a comment on Saturday 14th June 2008 11:53am

Brilliant! I never thought of a Padma/Harry pairing.

Spidey posted a comment on Sunday 1st June 2008 8:45pm

He definitely was right, i guess we readers have to thank him coz you wrote another story. And now i have got the secret to amke you write andddddd that is to challenge you with an impossible idea hehe.

dogbertcarroll posted a comment on Tuesday 20th May 2008 12:04pm

Based on that comment, Ron’s career as a diplomat for the Ministry of Magic seemed assured.

*snicker*

Sadly, I expect that's actually true.

nebkreb posted a comment on Monday 19th May 2008 8:21pm

This story is probably one of my favorites, ever. Your dialogue for Harry and Padma, and Hermione was utterly perfect. The ending was funny and sweet.

More than any other author I have read, you have the ability to take the characters and bring them to life, without making them extraordinarily OOC. Bravo.

impatientuser posted a comment on Wednesday 27th February 2008 9:02am

Excellent...

I very much enjoyed the Harry/Padma match. =)

Mrs.TiffanyPotter posted a comment on Sunday 24th February 2008 3:32pm

I really like this version of Harry. You should write another one like this.

Ceres posted a comment on Monday 28th January 2008 6:00pm

ok that last comment had me rotflmao
omg

Drifter950 posted a comment on Monday 12th November 2007 12:09pm

Thank you for a well written and fun series.

I look forward to reading more of your posts.



May the MUSE be with you!!!

chris25 posted a comment on Sunday 4th November 2007 6:02pm

I can detect hints of influences from the belgariad - one of my all time favourite series of books. truthfully a work of art. may you continue blessing us with your work for a long time.

Infin1x posted a comment on Thursday 26th July 2007 6:01am

This whole series is jarringly odd compared to just about anything Harry Potter out there be it canon or fanfiction. The frank, direct, maturity that sets the tone is refreshing even if it made some of the dialogue seem to speed by unusually fast.

stuart posted a comment on Sunday 22nd July 2007 10:02pm

I think this is one of the best fan fics I have ever read, you portrayed Harry as an epic hero. I think the biggest problem with the books is the type of hero Harry turns out to be, but here you have captured the best of what one should be. cheers

Nights_Silhouette posted a comment on Friday 20th July 2007 9:08am

A nice story, keep it up.

Ezra'eil posted a comment on Tuesday 10th July 2007 6:01pm

Lovely

HopelessFan posted a comment on Thursday 5th July 2007 3:15am

I don't remember if i commented here already but i wanted to say: yes, you could write a story titled "Watching grass grow" and people would read it.

this is one of my favorite stories too :-p

Lady_Hope posted a comment on Monday 4th June 2007 12:09pm

this was really good. it was funny but it had a point and a plot.
of course you've probably heard this a billion times so i'm gonna stop now...