Some are born to command, others have it thrust upon them
(#) Geovanni_Luciano 2007-02-28 08:06:11 PMI'm still liking your story very much. That being said, I have to tell you something completely unrelated to draw a correlation. Did you ever see the movie, Robin Hood, men in tights? "Wait for it... Wait for it!!!" That sense of anxiety of waiting on your next chapter to pull the great escape for Bella only to be denied when the chapter is, while quite good, unrelated. Well, HMF! I'll wait for it. :)
Author's responseThanks for the chuckle, yes I've seen RHMIT, some great lines there - Hey Abbot! and Dick Van Patten, as the Abbot says "I hate that guy. . ."
(#) glazedlookineyes101 2007-03-01 05:13:52 PMSo now Harry has an army at his command? Nice! Glad Marietta will still be around. I'm not too sure about the first part of this chapter with the 'conversation' with Bellatrix but as it doesn't detract from the main story it's okay.
I have a few questions. Will at some point Harry's regular crowd (Weasleys, Hermione) meet the two women (three if you count the baby) in Harry's life sooner or later? Isn't anyone of the order or Harry's old crowd wondering where he is? Finally doesn't anyone notice that Harry no longer shows up at the Dursleys anymore?
Author's responseThank you, as always for reading and reviewing. I'm trying to convey the maturation of the Harry and Bellatrix bond, hope it works. Harry and family will be meeting his classmates near the end of the summer.
- A note to those who rate this story (and others like them) as OOC after the first few chapters. Yes, it is in many ways. This particular story left canon around chapter 2. Why expect it to veer back at this point? Unless someone is forcing you to read fan fiction, why continue to read any story after a few chapters when you hate it?
Author's responseThank you for reading and reviewing. I've often wondered about that, isn't part of the fun of fan fiction to say "what if?" and then run with it?