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kyoshi posted a comment on Sunday 6th September 2015 5:11am for 3 - Recovery

Grouch has got to be the worst name that I have ever heard. Is it pronounced you are a grouch.

sanbeegoldiewhitey posted a comment on Saturday 2nd February 2013 7:30am for 3 - Recovery

Great first date. And Harry is Bruce Lee.

Ka-ris posted a comment on Thursday 5th January 2012 7:18pm for 3 - Recovery

not too sure about the fight scene, but otherwise a great chapter. Kids being kids even if they are in combat training.this is waht most fan-fics miss, letting the charatcrs BE teenagers

kittyperry posted a comment on Friday 9th September 2011 4:20pm for 3 - Recovery

Love your story. Just a question, is there a reason why a Navy Marine would be in the UK training Harry??? Does this have some larger meaning in the story?

reader1writer1 posted a comment on Tuesday 7th June 2011 3:19pm for 3 - Recovery

This was great! :)

Jack Butler posted a comment on Wednesday 8th December 2010 8:12pm for 3 - Recovery

Something that has always bugges the ever-living crap about this story. Jerusalem artichokes aren't "just some artichokes". The artichoke is a flower; what you are eating when you eat artichokes are leaves and petals. Jerusalem artichokes, on the other hand, are roots of the sunflower plant. They are more akin to potatoes or jicama, and have an altogether different taste and texture.

I hate when non-chefs create a "fine dining" meal that would never work in a real world restaurant.

SHSTigurlof06 posted a comment on Monday 3rd September 2007 7:15pm for 3 - Recovery

Too cute! I loved that chapter, and chapter two. I am going to read more now!


Lady_Hope posted a comment on Friday 31st August 2007 5:33pm for 3 - Recovery

that was great!!
the talking to themselves thing was hilarious! the ending was really sweet!
im nervous about school though...

Daily Prophet Reporting posted a comment on Saturday 12th May 2007 12:15am for 3 - Recovery

OK, I guess I’m officially on board. This story is definitely eclectic in all the directions it moves, but it’s easy to read and quite enjoyable.

I really, really like what you’re doing with the time turner. It’s a completely clever way to build Harry into a fighting machine in a short time (while working Royal Navy officers into the story, no less). And it’s a great way to bring your characters together. It’s a lot easy to accept the way Harry and Pansy grow together when I think that, from their perspective, they’ve already been working together every day for six weeks by the time their first date rolls around.

And when you finally did have that date, you certainly didn’t hold back. Dinner and champagne at the Ritz followed by dancing a trendy nightclub? That’s about as far from Privet Drive (or the Burrow) as it gets. For that matter, so is better the pulp out of four thugs. But you’re making the H/G shipper in me feel badly for Ginny. Not only is she going to be blindsided, but it seems like she’s going to look like a little girl next to Pansy. The romance at the end here was definitely well done, though. You, like your characters, were patient and waited for the time to bring them closer. And it worked well because of it.

Dobby again turned in a masterful performance. The Chamber was a brilliant choice, and his ability to teach Harry elf magic was a rather clever idea I’d not seen before. I was also glad to see I was right about Tonks. Like I said I’m very interested to see who comes into the fold of Team Potter next.

Good work!

Kavra posted a comment on Wednesday 22nd November 2006 11:44am for 3 - Recovery

You're a good author, Jeconais. But there are a couple of things that bug me. Actually, there's just one thing that recurs pretty often in this story.

I'm reading this to be reading a fanfic. I don't want to learn how to dance a waltz, shave, or tie a bow tie. You seem to think that everything needs a detailed explanation when, really, "Pansy spent the afternoon teaching Harry to dance," "Malcom taught Harry how to shave with magic," and "Malcom taught Harry how to tie a bow tie" would work just fine.

I realize that you have absolutely no obligation to listen to my ramblings and probably don't care for them. This is one of those "speak now or forever hold your piece" moments and I've never been very good at forever holding my piece.


Mike C. posted a comment on Thursday 17th August 2006 8:48am for 3 - Recovery

You know I heard your fear deal before and like your interpretation. The way I heard it was, False Evidence Against Reality.

Rebel Goddess posted a comment on Sunday 25th June 2006 8:31am for 3 - Recovery

Love the mirror sniffing at control and Harry’s growth spurt being so dramatic. Pansy remains wonderful too. The little tramp remark had me chuckling as did the “we’re going to win!” Harry’s fight skills were truly impressive. Very well written scene and a lovely chapter. Love how you're developing their relationship slowly.

John Moore posted a comment on Sunday 12th February 2006 5:07pm for 3 - Recovery

I really can not believe how good this is. I love almost everything about your story & I am glad that Harry and Pansy are now officially togeother. I am also glad Harry's getting the chance to live a little, and he can finally enjoy a little of the "high life". The dinner and club scenes were just great, and again I can not wait until everyone sees the two of them again at Hogwarts. Harry totally kicks ass and sod oes your story. Keep it up. Plz!!!

Aaran St Vines posted a comment on Tuesday 31st January 2006 3:03pm for 3 - Recovery

Ch.3 - - Everyone has probably commented on how exciting the fight scene was, and it was terrific.

I like the way you brought them there. The training and attitude adjustments were very well setup and written.

I cannot help but like Grouch and Macolm very much.

Great work!

Tildessmoo posted a comment on Saturday 28th January 2006 6:28am for 3 - Recovery

Ah, heh, heh... I was rereading this story (I'm a bit sick and troubled and wanted something fun) and I noticed that you referred to Jerusalem artichoke as, essentially, artichokes. The two actually have little to do with each other; an artichoke is a nettle whose flower and stem you can eat certain portions of, while a Jerusalem artichoke is a bush whose main edible portion is a tuber-type root. The Jerusalem artichoke root resembles ginger in appearance, radish in texture, and a cross between radish and artichoke (hence the name) in flavor. It is used, essentially, in the same ways as potatoes and turnips, and is especially popular as a replacement for flour in pasta because it acts similarly to wheat when ground and dried, but has very little in the way of digestible carbohydrates. And now that I've said that I'll have to look up on Wikipedia why that is... Ah, says that they store the carbohydrate inulin rather than starch which breaks down during cooking, giving them a reputation for causing flatulence. I guess that's why it's usually mixed with regular flour...

Vitor Aquino posted a comment on Friday 16th December 2005 8:49am for 3 - Recovery

damn...i never knew that i would start to like pansy!!!keep up with the good work!!!

Stone Cold posted a comment on Sunday 16th October 2005 5:03pm for 3 - Recovery

Very nicely done bro. You've exceeded yourself with this fic.

TxA_GunFighter posted a comment on Friday 16th September 2005 10:49am for 3 - Recovery

Very good. That was some seriously good writing. Really loveeed this chapter.


Kat posted a comment on Saturday 13th August 2005 8:01am for 3 - Recovery

This is one of the best stories I have ever read!1!

Star posted a comment on Sunday 19th June 2005 7:41pm for 3 - Recovery

Nice fic! It's nice to read a significantly more realistic Tonks who can actually think by herself, instead of blindly following Dumbledore.
I've always thought that Harry dating a Slytherin girl who wasn't about to be disowned by her family for dating him was more interesting that Harry/Ginny, Harry/Hermione, or Harry/Tonks, since this way the girl has some power, politically and finacially, and therefore isn't really playing the damsel in distress, and is spoiling him for a change, rather than vice versa.
Can't wait for the next update! It'll be... shall we say interesting to hear what Ginny has to say when she finds out...