Content Harry Potter

Reviews

  • Previous
  • Next

TxA_GunFighter posted a comment on Sunday 31st December 2006 7:52pm for New Years Day

Outstanding.

gunny

Bob Joyce posted a comment on Sunday 3rd December 2006 1:08am for New Years Day

I have you bookmarked as a favorite, which is the highest praise I can offer. I do enjoy your work.

defiant_falcon posted a comment on Friday 1st December 2006 3:27pm for New Years Day

I really enjoyed this chapter! It's wonderful to see Jasmine again and I'm looking forward to seeing how Martha and Mary develop too. I'm looking forward to your next update!

tess posted a comment on Thursday 30th November 2006 9:49am for New Years Day

great story

Jenni posted a comment on Monday 20th November 2006 1:27pm for New Years Day

I love a good journey to visit with the characters in stories of the sixth year... Thanks for the update. It was wonderful as usual.

The Resident posted a comment on Monday 20th November 2006 12:12am for New Years Day

Thank you for another story in this anthology. A you mentioned, it has been some months since your last addition and, as such, it required me to re-read the previous entries. (Nothing I objected to, mind you.) I see you have woven the facts of canon (some of them) nicely with your story. I am definitely enjoying this and hope that another story will be coming along shortly (but I won't hold my breath. -grin-) Keep up the great work and keep on writing... you're very good at it.

Shayne Rich posted a comment on Sunday 19th November 2006 4:55pm for New Years Day

Thanks for the update. I love your stories.

Shayne

Jim_xinu posted a comment on Saturday 18th November 2006 11:58am for New Years Day

Good chapter. While I did enjoy the Lost & Found storys a lot, I'm really glad to see you coming back to this story. Many thanks for sharing it with us.

brad posted a comment on Friday 17th November 2006 9:20pm for New Years Day

Ah, this was great! It felt like I was reading a forgotten chapter of TLOS. Back on track with Harry's training, Abelard & Co. and the war.

I just had to grin at Dumbledore's continual errors in his second-guessing of Jasmine as to how she and Beckman recovered the locket. Good stuff, clever, and another example of how fan fiction can both build on the base literature and also glean other riches out of the readers' knowledge of canon.

Since when has Ginny had a 'nearly photographic memory'? Jeeze, don't make her out to be *too* perfect!! I've never seen a sign of her being particularly good in academic pursuits (and a 'nearly photographic memory' would be of great assistance in that area) in either canon or TLOS? My 'Ginny-Sue' detectors started vibrating when I read that bit.

The discussion between Jasmine and the twins regarding their outsiders' view of Harry was refreshing and a neat way to put things back on track, I thought. Thanks for the chapter!

Kokopelli replied:

The problem with backstory is you just don't know all the stuff in my head.   Ginny had a very visual memory - which means that she can tell you what you were wearing when you first met five years ago.   It doesn't translate, however, into being able to remember everything she's ever read, as that's actually a different type of memory linking.

I enjoyed having Jasmine show up Dumbledore as to how inept he was at dealing with the Birdbath of Doom in HBP.   Puh-leeze!   Any decent curse breaker could have walked through that gauntlet - but it ends up killing Dumb-as-a-door.   Sheesh!

We'll see some more of Mary and Martha, and a bit more of Jasmine, but they don't figure heavily into the next few stories.

J

Deborahsu posted a comment on Friday 17th November 2006 11:34am for New Years Day

It's been so long, I hardly remember what happened before! But I do--so thanks for the update! I do look forward to the next, and have been enjoying your H-G story ... so the wait wasn't SO bad. ;-)

seeker77 posted a comment on Friday 17th November 2006 10:42am for New Years Day

Thank you thank you thank you!!!!! worth the wait as usual. Great writing worth waiting for

Gardengirl posted a comment on Friday 17th November 2006 8:21am for New Years Day

Well, John, it ain't me. But now I'm curious too!

Great chapter, thanks for sharing. I like Mary and Martha and sincerely hope they are good guys. I'd LOVE for the twins to find twin women as bewildering to them as they are to the rest of wizardkind.

Have a great weekend!

Kokopelli replied:

We will see more of both twins.

noahshonor posted a comment on Friday 17th November 2006 6:42am for New Years Day

Well! I like Kinsfires disclaimer nearly as much as your lack of one.

A much better and creative solution to recovering the Horcrux than in HBP. Your stories are always compelling and I look forward to every episode!
Thanks,
Dave

cmzanna posted a comment on Friday 17th November 2006 4:45am for New Years Day

Yay John, absolutely delicious chapter. Christmas came early for me today :) great to get back into the TLOS universe and see my favorite dragons again. Love Mary & Martha - just what Gred & Forge need to balance theirselves, LOL.

can't wait to see what else will happen, nice plot turns and twists and I'm enjoying how you've incorporated the horcrux issues into this.

Amamama posted a comment on Friday 17th November 2006 4:23am for New Years Day

Thank you ever so much for this wonderful glimpse into the TLOS universe. I am rather fond of the Harry and Ginny you've got here, and the dragons are a hoot. Don't worry about getting side-tracked as long as the side track results in something as wonderful as you Harry/Gabrialle tale, and as long as you keep getting back to this. I don't mean to be demanding, this is just some of the best stuff there is, so of course I want more. ;-)

Cheers!
Berte

millercommamatt posted a comment on Friday 17th November 2006 3:59am for New Years Day

John,

Are you a Babylon 5 fan by any chance? The Dragon in Ginny's head would make a good Vorlon. Anyway, your work is expectional as always. Thank you!

The best to you and yours,
millercommamatt

Kokopelli replied:

Actually, I never saw a single episode of B5.

Crys posted a comment on Friday 17th November 2006 1:30am for New Years Day

> So, Harry doesn’t die, he still loves me, but the bond breaks for some reason that you won’t tell me about that involves Harry’s destiny.

I'm with you, Ginny. That dragon is becoming annoying. I do have a theory, though . . .

> "He is the one who was and who will be."
Sounds like something Delenn would say. The rest of the conversation doesn't sound like Kosh's style, who's the other possibility.

Are you perchance a B5 fan, Kokopelli?

Ha! The twins have finally met their match!

> I never knew that spiders could scream.
Quite a way to say a great deal by not saying anything at all on point.

Glad to see this story hasn't faded away. Still a fun yarn. Loorking forward to the next.

Kokopelli replied:

Foreshadowing, of course   -   this fits into the final battle story.   And no, I never saw B5   -   I don't watch much tv.

KateHC posted a comment on Friday 17th November 2006 1:30am for New Years Day

I'm not one of readers from Quebec. California here.
But I am delighted to read more of the Tales from Sixth Grade.
Mary and Martha are great additions.

werewolph posted a comment on Friday 17th November 2006 1:13am for New Years Day

Great story. Read both Letters and Sfsy about 4 times through now, loved them every time. Looking forward to next update.

Sean Dillon posted a comment on Friday 17th November 2006 1:04am for New Years Day

Great! Glad to see an update.