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Wanderer posted a comment on Saturday 29th July 2017 2:02am

Damn but that was fun!

Fast paced and yet full of characters and ideas that made me smile, a very very good story.

Now I find myself saying, once again, Thank You for sharing your time and talent! M

Nytefyre posted a comment on Tuesday 26th February 2013 6:59am

This moved along at a pretty quick clip. I enjoyed the thought process behind the horcrux dilemma, and your solution is pretty ingenious. I'm not sure if I find the last sentence creepy though... If Lily is somehow inhabiting Ginny (transferred to her via the blood bind at the last moment?), who's involved with her son....

Thanks for posting.

dogbertcarroll posted a comment on Thursday 21st July 2011 6:19am

And now I'm left with the impression that Harry is going to marry his mum. *snicker*

Crys posted a comment on Thursday 27th August 2009 5:23am

Ah, after reading some of the review responses, you've made it clear that Ginny is just imitating a Lily mannerism she admired. Much more acceptable.

Thanks for the entertaining yarn.

Crys posted a comment on Thursday 27th August 2009 5:20am

I liked that idea, benign and sealed horcrux of Lily.

Not so sure about that last scene. Lily possessed/moved to Ginny? That kind of thing is disturbing on many levels. As a temporary haven, that's fine, but only if it's told to Harry and then they all try to find her a "new body". If she's there in Ginny's body without Harry's knowledge? That's just creepy.

Good story. Thanks for sharing it.

yentila22 posted a comment on Monday 4th May 2009 5:00am

Your story is fantastic, I cant wait to see how it plays out. Your Lily/Harry character is so original.
I have always been a big fan of your stories. You will be missed

Jimbocous posted a comment on Friday 10th April 2009 5:44pm

Ohh, evil cliffie of an ender. I love it. Nicely done.

Deborahsu posted a comment on Monday 9th March 2009 12:04am

I didn't have to wait long at all! :-) Just turn the page and there it is. The end. Unbelieveable. A much more sensible ending than the official one, in my opinion!

And you did a fabulous job writing from Hermione's perspective!!!!

Enjoy your teens--those years feel like they'll never end, then suddenly the house is empty and you wonder where the time went!

Deborahsu posted a comment on Sunday 8th March 2009 11:38pm

Everything went like clockwork and we finish up with "Where's Harry?" My goodness but you excel at cliffhangers! I guess we'll have to wait to find out ... I'll be waiting, patiently or not!

ladyimmortal posted a comment on Thursday 26th February 2009 3:17pm

You're evil.

Yes, I said evil.

That ending, with Ginny twirling the wand in her LEFT hand. You just had to do it, didn't you?


That said, fantastic story. Do hope you come back to it sometime.

Glacialis1 posted a comment on Wednesday 25th February 2009 6:05pm

Fantastic story....I really like your ending of all things...played out really well. Sorry to hear you won't be writing more for awhi;e, but with 4 kids of my own I can understand.

Jack-A-Roe posted a comment on Wednesday 25th February 2009 9:38am

I did not need that last thought of Ginny and the wand in the wrong hand in my brain.

This was an interesting idea having Lilly be the horcrux. And the final solution of blowing everyone up was brilliant.

Best of luck in whatever you do, I've enjoyed your stories here there and everywhere.

Ravenclawchaser68 posted a comment on Wednesday 25th February 2009 9:05am

I just read a couple of your responses to other reviews and am vastly relieved about your explanation for the wand trick. Makes perfect sense, too. Everyone I've ever known who was in debate can do this little trick with a pencil...

Ravenclawchaser68 posted a comment on Wednesday 25th February 2009 9:01am

This was a very enjoyable story, as were all the others you've written. I liked the little twist at the end, though it's a little bit...disturbing...too. Thanks for everything you've shared over the last few years. I hope you'll be back some day.

axu posted a comment on Tuesday 24th February 2009 1:36pm

The story was absolutely fantastic, in both idea and execution. I especially enjoyed the prim and proper, yet very human first person narration by H.G.

As I'm guilty of reading and running in the past, especially with "These Dreams", I'll take this opportunity to thank you for taking the time to write unique and very well thought out stories, and more importantly, for sharing them. Good luck with future endeavours (especially the three teens in the house), and I hope to have the pleasure of reading further works from you in the future.


Life's a Dance posted a comment on Tuesday 24th February 2009 7:50am

Sad to see you go...I've had years of enjoyment from your stories, and I will be sad to see them come to an end. And yet, I understand that life intrudes, and you do what you can to balance the two. So here's my glass raised, and go with a last "cheers, mate!"

Dellaran posted a comment on Tuesday 24th February 2009 6:14am

Well, if this is the end of your fanfiction career, you're going out on a high note. You've always given us thoughtful and well-rounded views of HP characters, and this story has been no exception; your characters may sometimes make mistakes or act irrationally, but it's only because they're so clearly human.

If you continue writing in the future, I'll be glad to read what you have to offer. until then, thank you for everything you've shared with us.

Evan Mayerle posted a comment on Tuesday 24th February 2009 4:40am

Good wrap-up and that little "tease" at the end was superb. It's a lot more valid final confrontation that a number of them and I like the idea of counterbalancing horcruxes (horcruces, whatever) to help Harry keep his sanity. You figure that had to be a true nightmare for Riddle, trying to fight two distinctly different but messing fighting styles; he clearly wasn't up to it in the end.

Bravo, sir!! A good tale well told.

timmerator posted a comment on Tuesday 24th February 2009 4:39am

Never a dull moment and always a pleasure to hear from you, thanks again for a (though short) enjoyable read. I've been rereading parts of TLoS recently, and find that It's still one of my favorites!


Ramos posted a comment on Tuesday 24th February 2009 1:26am

oh, that was just spooky. Very good story, great action. I quite enjoyed it.

Kokopelli replied:

It has bits and pieces from a lot of stuff I've written over the past several years.

Thanks for your kind words.