Harry has betrayed the Wizarding World. Why and what can be done about it?
(#) banner 2007-02-11 11:32:59 AM
Wow. I doubt I would have the kind of courage it would take to do that. Awesome Harry.
And thanks for the warm and fuzzy feeling...
(#) spd3432 2007-02-11 02:15:42 PM
Interesting plot twist at the end although I half expected Dumbles to have had Harry's food (that Ron ate) laced with something to cut down his pool of magic.
(#) jabarber69 2007-02-11 03:02:59 PM
Hey great story, but how about getting back to working on and hopefully finishing Flames of Betrayal!
(#) sasqch 2007-02-11 03:19:44 PM
A very unique and interesting spin on the "Betrayal" and "Manipulating!Dumbledore" plots. I will confess as to being completely blindsided by the plot twist.
(#) Alorkin 2007-02-11 05:42:43 PM
This was a pretty good story. A bit formulaic, but well executed. Harry's 'betrayal' was quite believable and his surprise for Voldemort was well in keeping with his Slytherin personality.
The effects of the spell that killed all the DE's were particularly nasty. It's a real shame, the greasy bastard died along with the rest of the terrorists.(NOT!)
Despite Rowlings plan, I don't believe Snape has ever been loyal to Dumbledore.
The explanations afterward were well appreciated, because at that time I was saying to mysellf. "uuuurrrk?"
All in all, A well done to you! Alorkin
(#) 31415 2007-02-12 01:14:40 AM
An interesting departure from the all to common cliché -- "Onoes!1!!1eleven! Harry has gone bad!"
(#) Caelyn 2007-02-19 10:15:12 AM
I really liked this story, it has a rather interesting and refreshingly original twist on a frequently used "harry-gone-bad" plot
Nicely done, just what I've come to expect from you, quality work and originality.
Hope you get around to completing some of your other work sometime (hint, hint)
(#) Wolfric 2007-03-03 01:49:04 AM
Well done you had me fooled. I've never liked Snape any way. Thanks. W.
I don't want to pick apart this story as the flaws are of a hard-to-mend nature.
This site won't let me leave a useful marker though (hence all this extra verbiage).