(#) shawnpickett 2006-08-23Huh? That didn't make much sense. There is a huge difference between wanting to keep his privacy, and his freedom from idiots, by maintaining the illusion that he's dead, and using his son for revenge. Asking his son to keep it on the Q.T. about his real idenity isn't revenge, it's survival. While I'd be curious to see Harry wind up interacting with his old friends, I really don't see forgiveness being in the cards, a cold, if polite, acknowledgement at best.
- Well, I enjoyed this till the whole talk of 'Forgiveness' came up. sigh Quite frankly, if it was a normal muggle prison, I could possible see forgiveness, but this -is- Azkaban. He's lucky he isn't insane..It's akin to being mentally tortured and broken. Call me cold hearted or holding a grudge, but I couldn't forgive or even try to forgive those that betrayed me to that hell.
(#) jabarber69 2006-09-09Hey great you have updated, I had from ffnet last time I checked this story up to chapter 6, so from there to chapter 15 is all new.
also I would like to comment on my remarks to hp prisoner of hogwarts where I review on chapter 6, if you check you will see my review got repeated 4 times, what happen was the review got locked up and so I back out and went back in I guess more than once before the review went thru instantly. hey blame it on ficwad cause I never seen that happen anywhere else except on skye over a year ago!
- Liking this story. I'm glad it's not just bursting around in areas. Amanda is reminding me a bit of Dumbledore, heh. I don't think Harry should be all yay I forgive you now lets all bond, but more forgive and get over it, and just stay away, pleh. Or send a lot of practical jokes. But that's me.
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