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John Wilburn posted a comment on Friday 8th July 2005 3:22pm

Dear Jeconais,
I've don't know when I've enjoyed another writer's stories as much as I haave yours.

I would like to say something that would help you to become a better writer, however except for a few typos I can't think of anything I would have done different.
Sincerely,
John

P.S. I'm very thank that you and your family were unharmed in the recent bombings.
John

Gawl posted a comment on Friday 8th July 2005 3:15pm

I think it went a little too easily with Dumbledore, but other than that I love it!

t_gebhardt posted a comment on Friday 8th July 2005 3:00pm

It was a great chapter and I liked it. But somehow I have the feeling that it went ... to smoth. I take the bumps come in the next chapter?

Eowyn23 posted a comment on Friday 8th July 2005 1:19am

Yay! Gooo harry&pansy! *does chearleader dance*
Please update asap! can't wait!

Adam Call posted a comment on Tuesday 5th July 2005 6:18pm

My GOD!!!! This story has just been addicting since the beginning! It was a perfect slow romance for the two of them. I love your details that you portray for the two of them. And your plans about the wizarding world as funny as hell and brilliant to boot. I am clearly enjoying all of your fics that I have had the pleasure to read, I hope to see you update soon.

Ophiuchus posted a comment on Tuesday 5th July 2005 5:14pm

We're enjoying your story. I love the way you have Harry using his brain and gathering allies. I hope his friends remain "true".

Marcus posted a comment on Tuesday 5th July 2005 9:07am

I hope you continue with this fic. Its great! And it will be extremly interesting to see how Pansy is going to reveal her real face.

crawfsh posted a comment on Monday 4th July 2005 9:58pm

Hello again. I thought my last review was a little brief since a story of such high caliber deserves much more. I have read several of your masterpieces and my favorites were initially "This means war" and "The Object Lessons Trilogy". But after reading such a refreshing presentation of a plausible relationship between Harry and Pansy, "White Knight, Grey Queen" now vies with the other two for top honors. I am amazed at the depth of characters you portray, particularly since Pansy and her family are barely mentioned in the HP stories and so you had almost nothing to base them on. I really enjoy reading your fantastic writing and can hardly wait for the next installment. Thanks!

Paul posted a comment on Monday 4th July 2005 9:01am

this is a great chapter i love the cliffie at the end

Doug posted a comment on Sunday 3rd July 2005 9:35pm

Alright, I figure this is a good of time as any to finally review. I've, as of now, read everything you've written here and I have but one thing to say. You are an amazing writer, and I only use that term because anything else would require me pulling out a thesaurus and I don't know where I put that. But really, your writing is astounding.
I won't beg you to continue this or any of your other stories, because I'm sure someone with as much talent as yourself hears enough of that as it is. Well, I've wasted enough of your time now.

Live well and be happy,
Doug

tom posted a comment on Saturday 2nd July 2005 11:40pm

This is a brilliant story so far, well written and perfectly thought out. You create a plausible extension to the story, while retaining your distinct personal style.
I only wish I had a little more patience, as, even though the updates are coming regularly (for which we are all greatful I'm sure), it still pains me every time I reach the end, as it means I will have to wait for more.

Ignore me and my rantings. You are doing an excellent job, and we would be more than delighted if you carried on doing it. Do not feel pressured to write, but let it flow as you have done so far, and you will make a lot of people happy.
Thank You.
Tom

Patrick posted a comment on Saturday 2nd July 2005 5:28pm

I would like to let you know that I don't normally read Harry Potter fiction. In fact, the only two other Harry stories I have read until now have been BTVS/Harry crossovers. That said, I have to say that you write some of the most outstanding Harry fanfiction ever. Unfortunately, you seem to have ruined me for reading any other Harry stories... Please keep up the good work.

Patrick

crawfsh posted a comment on Saturday 2nd July 2005 4:17pm

This story is amazing! Please write more!

DF posted a comment on Saturday 2nd July 2005 10:39am

This was... this just is so... ... so very many things *sigh* First of all, this is very, damn good! I mean all your fics are, aren't they ;) but though I am head and heals gone adoring 'this means war!' I can't help but desperately want to see more of this, this adult Harry being all powerfull in a very different way.
Then this update was like a gift from heaven :) The week was very long even in RL definition and this was a very wellcome surprise! And so quickly after the 4th chapter.
Then this story is *growls* frustrating! I can't believe you left it like that... A bloody cliffie! I say... *pfff* Unbelievably rude.
But oh, I can't wait to see when the fireworks finally go off in the next chapter. (I'm worried that it seems there's only 8 chapters on a whole in this story? but that's gotta be a mistake, right?) I've been waiting for the 6th chapter action since chapter3. And though your plotting has been incredible and made me forgot, I'm now biting my nails. So please, bring on the next update asap. If only to sorry my nails...

btw. I can't believe you're a male? Is that really correct? I mean of course it shows that you have to be over 16 with this style of writing (actually over 20? but as I know one very talented young writer...I have to start from there.)
But as I'm recovering my shock, it might be nice for you to introduce yourself somewhere... Oh, you're done that? and I missed it somehow... *sighs*

Hoshi posted a comment on Saturday 2nd July 2005 9:10am

This is so great!

You really are an amazing, wonderful and talented writer!

AANYA posted a comment on Saturday 2nd July 2005 8:33am

awesome! plz update soon! i love your stories..

Maxennce posted a comment on Saturday 2nd July 2005 5:06am

Oh Damn it, what a bloody cliff hanger, there needs to be something else there, something that even just describes Dumbledore's reaction to Harry mock apparating into the middle of the great hall of the school that is apparently impenetrable. Keep up the great work, really looking forward to your next chapter
Cheers
Max

Louis posted a comment on Saturday 2nd July 2005 2:01am

You do a wonderful job at writing, and I love the stories you come up with. Thank you.

crawfsh posted a comment on Saturday 2nd July 2005 1:31am

Fantastic! I really like your ideas about Pansy and her family not being toadies of Voldemort. The characters are believable and likable. Can't wait to read the entire story.

You're a fabulous author!

Christopher Estep posted a comment on Friday 1st July 2005 6:13pm

The so-called *Muggle* course is the one used by SBS (Special Boat Squadron), the Brit version of the US Navy SEALs. As such, it is one of the nastier obstacle courses in any country's military. And they had to tackle it in the same fashion as the *prospectives* who try to become *badged* by SBS (like Muggles). Remember, Harry and Pansy are sixteen year olds; the typical *prospective* is at least twenty-two, and has served four years as a sailor or Royal Marine, which makes what they did all the scarier (more so *Pansy* rather than Harry; she actually reminds me of a character in a John Ringo military Science Fiction Novel)