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Protection, Confrontation, Deception11 reviews
Harry is a little more damaged than everyone believes, but for once it works to his advantage.
(#) banner 2006-11-29This story is interesting and different. I am surprised that Harry didn't kill or at least seriously injure one of the DE's. It would have been easier to ram that bowling ball into someone's spine than to simply knock them off their feet. I suppose that Harry didn't want to risk an in-depth investigation.
(#) Jadedmagus 2006-11-29Very good, even if you felt that it was lacking. I admit that the blood potion was a bit contrived, but since they don't exactly cover blood magics at Hogwarts (explicitly at least) it isn't too bad. Emotionless Harry + Dursleys, argueably the best way to deal with them morally (as in 'I would hate you, but my doctor has been telling me I need to kick the habit, plus you just aren't worth my time anymore...).
(#) Anaknisatanas 2006-12-07First off good premise and plot. Second, please change your formatting. It's almost like reading one big huge paragraph. Put some space between paragraphs, please.
I thought your explanation for Harry's 'hoolowness' to be very unique and creative. I also enjoyed how he threatened Vernon. The bit with the bowling ball was great, especially when Harry explained where he got the idea from.
Now, I'm very curious about what Moody is going to do with Harry. And I'm also wondering what Tonks is going to do.
(#) LSar 2007-11-15A credible storyline and character behavior with my favorite pairing, enough to put this story in my favorites.
I am, however, suprised by "Updated: 2006/11/29". I hope this is due to the problems I noticed FicWad had/has? Whatever the reason, a year is long. A more frequent updating would be appreciated ^^
(#) anakhuskerfan 2008-12-02Good start, I hope that Harry regains some emotions in the next chapter of two, I don't know how long you can keep it going like this. Keep up the good work and update as soon as you can!!
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