AWESOME!!!! very creative and I like how you put so much feeling into your art.... I could tell that you enjoy writing this story
Author's Response: I certainly do :). Thank you for the review!
ouch, malfoy's death sounded painful. i liked the new chapter (or chapters, i should say). good luck with your stories and college work.
Author's Response: Thank you, both for the review and the wish of luck.
I admire the way you write. You are on of the very rare people I love to read their descriptive writing. I've always loved that way, but not anyone can write it in a good way, not dull & paragraph-skipping-inducing. I'm sure that if someone else wrote a story with your plot, it would have turned unreal & far-fetched, but you seem to find a way to go round that & make everything believable. Good work. Hope you do good in you studies. Can't wait for you to get back.
Author's Response: Thank you for another very nice review... I do love writing descriptions, in fact I love them so much I often have to go back and cut some things out so that they don't become "paragraph-skipping-inducing". The plot is indeed difficult to handle and I'm doing my best (and I could say the exact same sentence if I replaced "plot" with "studies" :P). I hope I'll be able to keep the story believable.
one word. fan-bloody-tastic!
Author's Response: A-Thank you!
I'm not the type of person who usually reviews, but this chapter makes me. I cannot wait to see where this is going. It is already beyond interesting. This was the first story I read on MNFF, and I Haven't stopped re-reading it since. I love this story and cannot wait for it to be updated.
Author's Response: Thank you for the review, it is extremely rewarding to receive one from someone who doesn't usually review! I'm glad you find the story captivating enough to re-read it, and I'll try to find the time to update.
liked it? I loved it!!! update soon!!! i am soo happy that you have time!
Author's Response: Uhhh... no, I don't exactly have time ^_^. I'm currently using the very little time I have to update my others stories. But I'll try to work on that one too. Thanks for the review!
Woah long chapter!
Good though, I liked the characterization.
Author's Response: Thanks. I hope long chapters don't scare you, because even longer ones are to come...
I love Professor Pareltoo's name. Parle as in talk, too as in 'too much' right? Talk-toomuch? Or am I over-analysing?
You have obviously put a lot of thoguht and planning into this story as there is all this back-plot going on with the Final Battle etc. I think you've done a good job with this chapter and I liked the beginning part especially. Well done.
Author's Response: LoL, no, you're not over-analysing; that's exactly how I found his name, as lame as it sounds :). Thank you for the review, I did think about this story a lot before starting to write it, and even more since I've started it. I'm all the more happy you like it.
Extremely interesting, I like the idea of the 'forest's core' and it is realistic to see a post-hogwarts story where everything is not perfect in the Wizarding World...
I shall continue reading.
Author's Response: I'm glad to hear it. Thank you for the review.
Yes it's very clear that the writers block is gone, very good chapter. Last part certainly leaves one hanging. Does this mean that Harry is going to be the trees' way of getting revenge on the wizarding world? Poor Harry, he never gets off the hook does he? Well I hope you find time to update, because this story really seems to be taking off. Best of Luck! :D
Author's Response: Thanks, and thank you also for this second review. I'm happy you liked it. Your assumption is quite clever, but--ah. Won't tell :P
well where have I been! Had I know thier was an update on this story I would have gotten here sooner! interesting chapter!(that's ment in a good way) :D
Author's Response: Thanks for the review... And you know what they say, better late than never!
ok, I read this story since yesterday from chapter 1 to 10 and I'm impress, really is different, and oryginal, only I wish harry doesen't feel so bad when he is with ginny, I mean, love conquer everything no? and now he doesn't feel love for her, he is different in many ways but, there are things that are very difficult to change like love for instance, well anyway I still think this story is great. Continue like this I wait for your next chapter, please write soon.
Author's Response: Thanks for the review. As for the H/G issue, I believe I have made it clear in the story itself: Harry doesn't, and will never, love Ginny. The fact that he loved her at the age of sixteen is a matter of interpretation and I chose to think (for the purposes of this story at least) that he was not really in love with her; at least, not that sort of love that continues past separation, war, wounds, deep personality changes and maturing. Now I'm glad that, in spite of those choices of mine, you still like the story. I won't be able to write soon unfortunately--please be patient with me. :)
Great... Loved the chapter, an malfoys death was a nice ending :P
Keep them coming. can't wait for the next chapter
Author's Response: I won't be able to keep them coming, unfortunately... I may manage to get 2 chapters done for all my 4 stories till June. But I'll try. Thanks for the review, and I'm happy you liked the chapter.
nice ; )
Author's Response: Thanks.
I really did like it (of course!) I especially liked the way you ended the chapter..it reminded the reader that although this power of Harry's is awesome (heck, it rid the world of Malfoy!) it still has a powerful and immenently important background which must be played out. I have to say that you're one of the only authors whose story I don't have to refresh myself on before reading an update, your writing is so clear and well developed that the story stays with me. Keep up the great work!
Author's Response: Thanks for the review... and I am deeply relieved! I was afraid that I would need to put a reminder of the previous events, given the long wait, but it would have broken the pace of the chapter IMO. Thank you again for reassuring me :)
This was fascinating...and written so well that I could nearly see everything that was happening. The scene in and by the lake was especially good. I don't feel sorry for Malfoy...but the ending is a bit ominous. Will the trees or whatever is behind Harry's power force him to make them powerful over the wizards once more? Or even worse, will Harry voluntarily decide to do that?
Anyway this story is amazing and I absolutely loved the chapter. And I appreciate it even more since you wern't planning on updating till June.
Also, I saw this on Meg Cabot's website and it made me think of you..."Let this be a lesson to all of you. If you want to be a writer, and you also want to have money: GO TO MEDICAL SCHOOL."
Author's Response: LOL at your quote! Nice find :)
The questions you ask in the first paragraph of your review must be the best questions I've ever been asked for this whole story. I can't answer them, of course; but congrats for asking nonetheless.Thanks for the review.
Well that was quite a chapter! I almost took this off of my list after the whole headmaster's thing, but now I eagerly await the next update!
Author's Response: (...?)...Thanks, I guess... would you mind telling me what you disliked so much in the first part of the chapter?
You are a very good writer. I've enjoyed reading this story. This isn't the stupid meaningless romance dribble that most people come out with on here. Kudos to you!
Author's Response: Err... Cheers! :)
I don't know about the stupid meaningless romance dribble, but indeed, this story isn't supposed to be one. Thanks for the review.
Nice. I liked it a lot. To be quite honest, I totally forgot about the 4th Death Eater. The fact that it was Malfoy who tortured him for so long is a bit poetic in a sense. He could never get the upper hand on Harry while in school, so once he had a chance for power over Harry, he took advantage of it - four two months.
He got what he deserved, though, Malfoy did. The git.
I hope Lance isn't too freaked out by Harry. After all, Lance is the closest person that Harry has for a friend and it would suck to lose that.
And "Here eyes snapped open", eh? And would this "her" happen to be the same one that shot Ron? I'm almost sure of it. And another question: is this "her" the Third Kind?
Such a great story. Love it to pieces! Keep up the amazing work!!!
Author's Response: I knew most people would have forgotten about the fourth DE, that's why I put a reminder in ch7 (but of course, my lack of updates killed the effect >_<).
About "her"... well, I obviously can't say much about "her". No, she's not the one who shot Ron. That's about all I can say :).Thanks for the review, lovely as always!
Wow. This is really well-written and descriptive. You introduce lots of original and interesting ideas, and this is utterly compelling. And I love how Harry was listening to that gossipy conversation about himself...that will probably make him even more bitter about his situation...anyway this is fascinating. And really excellent, in every way possible. :)
Author's Response: Thanks for the review, I'm happy there are so many things you like in the story... I hope I'll be able to handle them as well as possible in the coming chapters!