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Sean Melton posted a comment on Thursday 2nd February 2006 9:46pm

I wasn't really sure about this pairing before, but it ended up being rather sweet. (I'm still partially in shock that this series started out with a Harry/Cho one nighter. Let it never be said that your plotlines are linear or predictable :)

It was interesting to see you develop the relationships from first Ginny's, then Sammy's points of view without really knowing what Harry was thinking. Nice change of pace.


Bethany posted a comment on Thursday 2nd February 2006 9:32pm

Well done. Light-hearted, sweet and fun.
I loved it.

atlantis-rob posted a comment on Thursday 2nd February 2006 9:25pm

Wow! What timing! I just finished the original like 20 mins ago! Wow, awesome work here also. Some of the letters between ron and harry were a bit snipey but excellent work otherwise! Great job with all of gabby's letteers and harry's response on the howlers was classic. Excellent job on the flashback at the end thing. Cheers!

atlantis-rob posted a comment on Thursday 2nd February 2006 9:01pm

Wow! Massive kudos on a truly original piece of work! That was an awesome run of a tale, from top to bottom. Amazing job with ginny and harry's relationship through out and a total blindside/suprise with the imprinting thing with Sam. Amazing work for sure! Rock on!

margaret1 posted a comment on Thursday 2nd February 2006 8:58pm


I really like the ending (must admit, didn't at the beginning - but I blame my odd mood *smiles*). It was great to see Harry happy and content and Sammy get everything she has ever wanted.

*applauds again*

DJ posted a comment on Thursday 2nd February 2006 8:54pm

grate end to the story & the trilogy thanks to both Kokopelli & Jeconais

Prince Charon posted a comment on Thursday 2nd February 2006 8:42pm


Gardengirl posted a comment on Thursday 2nd February 2006 7:52pm

*sniffs happily* Thanks, gents, I do love a happy ending!

AzureSky posted a comment on Thursday 2nd February 2006 7:22pm

Great epilogue. Nothing else to say.

Mrriddler posted a comment on Thursday 2nd February 2006 7:15pm

hmm, definitely laid on the fluff and WAFF without restraint here, but truthfully, I can't say anything else would have been nearly as good, so good job. Excellent piece of fiction that would no doubt become a classic in time. Warm regards and best of luck!

Bobmin356 posted a comment on Thursday 2nd February 2006 3:20pm

I have to admit this was disappointing. The alone world was ok, not my favorite of Tim's work, but there were things in this that just struck me as wrong.

Why did he kiss her after Ginny's funeral? This seemed so totally out of character that I found myself rejecting it entirely. It wasn't just out of character, it wasn't a normal human reaction. There were other ways you could have pulled that off without a passionate kiss so close to having buried Ginny.

That's just one of the items that struck me as too odd to accept in this. I know I'll probably be just one voice saying this... but this was merely ok. Not on the same level as White Knight, Gray Queen, Hope or TMW...

Kokopelli replied:

A) This story is not for you B) You need to go back and re-read that section - it wasn't a passionate kiss _for Harry._

About 18 years ago my aunt died - my sister flew in from California and I flew in from Arkansas. I wasn't particularly close to my sister at the time and I'd been married for about three or four years. I found that I was relating to my sister in a very similar way to the way I'd treat my wife, even going as far as calling her by some of the pet names I used for my wife. She'd moved from big sister who annoyed me to adult female that I had to protect and take care of.

Strange things happen at funerals.

Your mileage may vary.

Tze posted a comment on Thursday 2nd February 2006 12:05am

I like the ideas behind the story, but somehow, it seems very emotionally detached to me. Not sure why. I just don't feel it's on par with Hope.

PhoenixAnkaa posted a comment on Wednesday 1st February 2006 7:33am

I sincerely hope that you continue on with this story. I have read many Harry/Ginny fics, with them being my ship of choice, and have seen Ginny's death handled in many ways. With that said, this is by far the most heart felt and true to the personalities and emotions set forth in canon that I have read yet. And as much as I want to hate you for her death, I also am compelled to continue reading with the hope that Sammy is able to provide Harry with what Ginny desired for him. You both complement each others writing very well. It has been sad yet a joy to read. Thank You!

Jack-A-Roe posted a comment on Tuesday 31st January 2006 2:35pm

Let's see.... that was um different?

I wasn't quite ready for such a sad tale told in first person.

I have to congratulate you. With two authors there is no real overwhelming style change in the story telling.

I wasn't really thrilled with Ginny's suicide. Someone else may have stabbed her but she was trying to die.

Meteoricshipyards posted a comment on Tuesday 31st January 2006 6:44am

Good story set. Well done. Even though I usually don't like G/H, this was good.

The joke about _Hope_ was funny.

Thanks for writing, both of you.

Tom A.

aku ankka posted a comment on Monday 30th January 2006 1:28pm

Magnificent, very touching story.

Mariposa posted a comment on Sunday 29th January 2006 3:55pm

YEA! Kudos to all of you! this was a superb fic and a lovely collaboration from some of my favorite writers! The whole trilogy was excellent!

Mir posted a comment on Sunday 29th January 2006 5:18am

This was fantastic. It was odd, definately. It even made my stomach turn at times (not in the good way), but it was good. Very very good. It had a lot of your style in it, but was still different, which is good, that you're writing something a bit different- if for your readers only. I think this story showed amazing talent though it was controversial at times. I thought the part with Harry killing the Young Dragons sounded like something taken straight from Kill Bill. I also thought that the fact that Samantha was so young and Harry older than usual (45!)was very annoying. That was probably the thing that probed at me most. I am not used to reading Harry Potter, 45, widower, and it didn't have enough fluff for my liking. I do, however, understand that you wanted to try it. And It turned out to be a very well written fanfiction with a twist and a turn. I just....I don't know. Samantha seemed so...ugh. so pathetic, I guess. And Ginny's character annoyed me even more here. But I liked it alot. It made me think, and that's fantastic.

Kokopelli replied:

Yes, there is a 20 year difference between them, but hey, I'm 48. If my wife were to up and die on me, and some lunatic could be persuaded to marry me who was all of 28, I don't think that anyone would really comment, would they?

As to the fluff - wait for the epilogue - lots of loose ends tied up and so fluffy that you'll need to brush your teeth.

mashimaromadness posted a comment on Sunday 29th January 2006 12:07am

That was really amazing. Really, quite good. And I loved that little jab at "Hope." I laughed so hard! Nice work, and I can't wait to see a new update.

Jay-F posted a comment on Saturday 28th January 2006 5:51pm

hmmm, one more chapter might leave you with a better ending, but then again maybe not this was is quite good.