- I find Dumbledores attitude here incredibly annoying! And the way Snape is so smug and superiour. ARGH! I hope you will have Harry wipe the smirks from both their faces. In the case of Snape hopefully in a very permanent fashion. Love the story! Please write more soon!
Author's responseAh, there is nothing so annoying as the self-righteous. BJH
- I love a well-thought out ritual (even if it might be a prank), and this looks promising. And I think Severus will end up turned into luggage. Hopefully soon
Author's responseI do hope my plan lives up to your expectations. As for Sevie-baby... I still can't make up my mind who has the most right to be his downfall. Harry? James and Lily? Or Sirius? Maybe we ought to just let Sirius' old prank come to fruition and let Snape meet the werewolf? BJH
- I love this Harry - he's tough and smart. Moreover, he's only ruthless when it's appropriate. Dumbledore's chessplayer approach is maddening.
I can't wait to see what he's doing with the candy...
Author's responseI'm glad that, at least to you, the characters are coming across exactly as I intended. We'll what's up with the candy next chapter. Thanks for reading. BJH
(#) apocalypso 2007-03-15Great chapter. The insight into Dumbledore's character is fantastic...you've painted him as a brutally uncaring man, completely apathetic to the fates of others, as long as the 'greater good' is achieved.
I find myself sympathizing with Harry to the point that I want to see Snape recieve his comeuppance quite brutally.
Well done, and good luck writing the next chapter.
Author's responseAlbus? Uncaring?? Heaven forfend! Albus cares deeply and sincerely. The only question is: about what? Thanks for the review. BJH
- chuckle I bet Severus, and Dumbles, would have a fecal hemorrage if they knew just how much "Odessyus" really did know. It sounds like this -this- Dumbledore hasn't even tumbled to the existance of the horocruxes (horocruci?). I can see all manner of mayhem ensuing when Severus realizes just how busted he is.
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