- I thoroughly enjoyed that fic. It was original and entertaining. I have to agree with the other reviewer in saying the only thing to improve would be in making it longer and giving the reactions from those present when he left the court room.
Author's responseAh well... I must thank all of you for reviewing, it gave me the inspiration/energy to start writing a follow up. It looks like this will be something like a five chapter long story. I'm working on people's reaction to Harry's stunt right now and will probably include scenes explaining references made so far.
- I quite like it, though it begs for s sequel that shows the aftermath of Harry's actions, esp. if he's now a citizen of Sark and not under MoM restrictions when in Britain. Still, watching the Ministry trying to houseclean while Dumbles and Tom go at each other could be amusing. And Harry & Blaise just sit back, watch the fun, and enjoy each other 'til they decide on their next foray into the wizarding world. I can see this action gaining Harry both new friends and enemies and how this all works out should be "colorful".
(#) dialectically_yours1 2007-12-05It's a little abrupt, a little jarring, but I love the idea of being able to extract testimony from Dementors. The introduction of Blaise as a confidant was very jarring, but with a little smoother transitioning, it would've been a MUCH better "salute" against the Wizarding world. After six books of the adults acting like fourth-graders, I thoroughly enjoy MOST stories where Harry tells them off. G
- Being a resident of the Channel Islands, I'd like to point out that Sark is not actually autonomus as such, Sark is a part of the Balliwick of Guernsey (the second largest Channel Island). Harry is a resident of Sark, but his passport would be a Guernsey passport. It's not a particularly vital thing, and it is Brit-picking (or should I say Island-picking to the extreme.
Other than that, I feel this story is far to abrupt, but a good idea nonetheless
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