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Reviews For The Angel Planet

Name: mock_turtle (Signed) · Date: 01/17/07 18:38 · For: Chapter 1 - The Second Moon
nice portrayal of the president....

why is the first thing they always think of war?!?!?

do all those world leaders present around the table already know of the existence of magic?

Author's Response: I don't think they all do, after all despite the wizarding world stretching to countries all over the world they are still a minority in comparison to Muggles. That is why there is such a babble of talking on Scrimgeor's arrival, people don't know what to think. By turning the waterjugs into birds Scrimgeor is proving to all the cynics and leaders who don't know. Magic exists and the decisions made by the wizarding world will be listened to.


Name: coolsilver (Signed) · Date: 01/17/07 12:20 · For: Chapter 1 - The Second Moon
what the heck is this?

Author's Response: Not my ideal first review, but most of my previous stories have been rejected so I can't really be picky now can I? In answer to your question. This is a Harry Potter fan fiction set in space. It is the story of a mission to a 'second moon' that has appeared in the sky and seemingly harbours intellegent life. One of the people within this mission is a wizard named Major Tom. The first chapter is partly an introduction to the story and an explanation of the 'second moon' and why it is a threat to humanity and partly a look into politics and how leaders would react to such a situation. That's really the simplest terms I can put it in.

Author's Response: Not my ideal first review, but most of my previous stories have been rejected so I can't really be picky now can I? In answer to your question. This is a Harry Potter fan fiction set in space. It is the story of a mission to a 'second moon' that has appeared in the sky and seemingly harbours intellegent life. One of the people within this mission is a wizard named Major Tom. The first chapter is partly an introduction to the story and an explanation of the 'second moon' and why it is a threat to humanity and partly a look into politics and how leaders would react to such a situation. That's really the simplest terms I can put it in.


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