Interesting. Ginny's gift was the first fanfic I ever read, and I came back here desperate for something new that was well written. I'm not sure that this was it exactly, but it was entertaining. Though it was tough to picture the dark lord cowering at the sight of these women. What exactly was it about their touch that destroyed his ability to apparate? Also, did he only lose that ability? I wonder why he didn't simply stun or kill them. Anyway, I guess I'm just nitpicking. After all, if he did that, then we would never get Voldemort's daughters, would we?
odd. funny, but odd
Lol! So that's where all of Voldemort's daughters come from! No wonder so many of them are Mary Sue's, with mothers like that!! :D This story really made me grin!
Ha ha! Soo funny!
Ha! This was great, and thanx for not making it NC-17!
"History had taught him that heirs had the annoying habit of coveting their fatherís place, quite often before said father was finished occupying it." This is going to be a favourite sentence for a long time. I love the idea that this is the Dark Lord's true weakness, and would love to see how the Order could exploit it. What is it about these long-fingered wizards, anyway?
Gah, brilliant. I laughed so much I fell off my chair... So many amazing lines, I don't know how you do it; and of course, the girls were perfectly Mary-Sue, with legs that never ends, blinding white teeth etc. I really must read more of your stories!
Very amusing and ironic… I almost felt sorry for the poor Dark Lord. So many funny lines, from him considering having his fingers trimmed to his reflections on the problems caused by troublesome heirs. There a few historical figures that should have thought like him! Your descriptions of his many admirers was, of course, perfectly Mary-Sue and it’s nice to know that one of the greatest weapons we possess against the darkest wizard in history are these impossibly perfect women. A nicely amusing one-shot…I’ll have to read the Mrs Norris one now. Oh! And I found a nitpick…which made me happy because normally there is nothing to pick at in your writing *grins*. Dust bin should be one word.
Author's Response: You got me! I'll fix it! Thanks for the review. :)