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...
(#) morriganscrow 2008-02-16 03:52:20 PMI would have to say that was my favorite "Harry goes back in time" story - and I have read dozens!
Lovely work. You have a smooth, eminently readable writing style, with crisp, believable dialogue, individualized characters, excellent action scenes and true emotion.
I am impressed, and have added your name to the small, select group of fanfic writers I recommend to others.
- This is one of my favorite "Harry goes back in time to change things" story. I enjoyed have a Harry that told Dumbledore to back off and that he wouldn't be manipulated this time. Very cool. The whole story was interesting and I was glad to see a happy ending. Thanks you for a great read.
- This was pointed out to me by son who said it is very good, and that hilarity could be found all through it.
I totally agree. I think it is a well thought out, plotted and written. And definitely "very" funny.
As a addendum, Ch.30, 5 minute passion. Yes, very possible. BUT! You have written that Harry and Hermione are almost completely "bonded", to the point that they can feel each others emotions. With that cycling back and forth between them, 5 minutes would only happen if someone interrupted them. But that's my opinion.
Thanks for a completely enjoyable read. I look forward to finding more of your postings.
May the MUSE always be with you!!!
- Very nicely done. I quite enjoyed reading it.
It is definately one of the better time-travel tales I've read.
The MOB didn't ever seem to wise up, even when he had his nose repeatedly rubbed in it. Snape on the other hand, while remaining in character actually seemed able to learn.
Sirius working with Malfoy was a true shocker. Not the one dimensional character he usually is protrayed as by any means.
This is one I can see rereading in the future.