- Good grief! I'm used to the plain old 'infinite universes' idea but the structuring you layered on top hurt my brain. :-)
Cute ending, turning the 'saving Harry thing' back on himself.
Quite sad to consider that all of the female Harrys have been sexually assaulted.
Great to see something new from you! It's time for another Dr. T epic, don't you think? Why don't you -- oh, of course, how silly of me. This is clearly only the PROLOGUE for the EPIC OF ALL EPICS! A novel following how each Harry in a 'c' universe is rescued by the members of the HP Support Team! Starting with how each of those poor female Harrys are rescued from fates worth than death! Yay!
Thanks for this (first?) instalment. :-)
- Oh, I should note that the ordering of the multiverse reminds me of H. Beam Piper's "Paratime Patrol" series and the way the timelines there are organized. There are a few other sf authors with similar concepts, but his was the first I read and it stands out.
- Good story. I always enjoyed the multi-verse stories. As many stories as I have read over the years in the HP genre, I think I have read just about everyone you mentioned. Though magical knife wielding mermen hasn't come up.
Caught your nod to "The Odd Couple". I could imagine Harry and Ron as being like Felix and Oscar after Hogwarts. Though I see Hermione growing up like Elaine (Julia Louis-Dreyfus) from "Seinfeld".
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