The Last Battle has been fought, and Harry Potter has won. The price, however, has been high. Nearly every person Harry cared for is dead, maimed, or otherwise injured. The magical culture of Bri...
(#) whatareyouevensaying 2006-09-06 08:43:25 AMYeesh, not a good chapter for Dumbledore, Sirius or Scrimgeour. Of course, they deserve any and all negative responses. Sirius and Lucius' plan is madness, and Harry's observation is only why it wouldn't work, not why they shouldn't do it. Dumbledore is...Dumbledore, and Scrimgeour is the classic ignoramus ministry employee that doesn't understand Harry well enough to respect his opinions.
I don't know why I just went on that mini-rant. You know how all of the characters are, and it's not as if I'm complaining about the story (or if I am, I don't mean to).
So to put an end to this increasingly disturbing review, I enjoyed that chapter immensely, especially Harry's surprise appearance at the end, and am looking forward to the next one.
- Well, that's an interesting little turn of events.
Harry might not know it, but he is becoming the next leader. Sirius and Dumbledore (unfortunately for them) represent the old, falling generation. I doubt that they will have any place in the new order that Harry will bring about whether or not he wants to.
I too, do not want to think too much about Tom and Bella breeding shudders. I just hope that the child can be saved before its' father's darkness corrupts it beyond hope.
This story just keeps draggin' me back.
BenRG's Rating: 8/10
(#) Meteoricshipyards 2006-09-06 02:43:15 PMAh! More Dumbledore bashing. Love it!
And Sirius got caught, too. Wonder what that's going to do to his an Harry's relationship.
I didn't get such a bad impression from the earlier description of him; However, with Harry's description and the reactions, my imagination filled it in.
Good story. Looking forward to what happens w/ the baby.
How does Harry know it's a girl?
Author's response"How does Harry know it's a girl?"
Unconscious magical connection?