Reviewer: Hermiones_Therapist
Date: 07/27/09 19:37
Chapter: Creatures T-Z

"This odd talent was first discovered by Cajuns who, while singing their own music, began to here harmonies coming from the bayou."

here should be "hear".

Fabulous Chapter, once again.

btw, the "Remember Me" thing is working really well. thanks for the advice.

Since this is Z, are you going to add like a conclusion or something to this?

Author's Response: As to 'Z', I know if I take it off, I'll just have people complain that I forgot it.

Reviewer: Hermiones_Therapist
Date: 07/24/09 20:01
Chapter: Creatures N-S

Awesome Chapter!!!

Author's Response: I'm glad you're liking it.

Reviewer: Hermiones_Therapist
Date: 07/23/09 19:05
Chapter: Creatures I-M

great chapter. i realized today that i made a mistake on chapter...6, i think. i said i liked the Manticore summary. i meant Chimera, my bad.

Author's Response: I'm glad you're liking the story.

Reviewer: Hermiones_Therapist
Date: 07/22/09 21:04
Chapter: Creatures E-H

great chapter!

i've noticed that you get your its and it's mixed up, though. just saying.

Author's Response: Always the typos!

Reviewer: Hermiones_Therapist
Date: 07/22/09 19:05
Chapter: Creatures A-D

this is getting ridiculous. it logged me out again. i had all these nitpicks typed out, and now i have to try to find them again. ergh.


"Its smooth, scarlet scales and gold spike fridges makes for a particularly striking appearance."

i think you mean ridges.

"And like the Horntail, it is also extremely aggressive in its own breed. It’s diet consists of large mammals, and een some water-dwelling creatures..."

een?

well, i'm goingto copy this before ii submit it. loved this chapter. i really liked the manticore summary. was that a reference to mythology?

Author's Response: Alright, all fixed!

Reviewer: Hermiones_Therapist
Date: 07/21/09 21:51
Chapter: Brave New World; Why Are We Learning This?; Department of Magic Classifications

I think this story hates my guts. it logged me out again. I AM COPYING THIS REVIEW BEFORE I SUBMIT IT THIS TIME.

and i forgot to add to my last review that i love the way you write this.

yay, on to the creature classifications!

what is a Deer Woman, anyway? I keep seeing references to them.

Author's Response: Deer Women are creatures in Native American myth. Don't worry; you read all about them.

Reviewer: Hermiones_Therapist
Date: 07/21/09 21:43
Chapter: A Not-Short History of Not Existing; In Plain Sight

i think this chapter has something against me trying to review it. i really do.
IT JUST LOGGED ME OUT. AGAIN!

okay, nitpicks:

"They are needed once all them Memory Charms are done and the creatures are contained, the Sub-Office of Misinformation must come up with a reason just plausible enough for the nonmagical community to believe."

them memory charms? you might want to change that. and this is a run on sentence. read it over. it doesn't make much sense.

Author's Response: Alright, I shall do that!

Reviewer: Hermiones_Therapist
Date: 07/21/09 20:53
Chapter: Introduction: About This Book; Beast vs. Being

love this chapter.

quick question: is this similar to J.K's book for charity, Magical Beings and Where to Find Them, or whatever it's called? cuz the being thing sounded kind of familiar.

Author's Response: Yes, this is actually supposed to be a textbook for the magic students in the United States and Canada. It will also appear in a few of my stories. I'm working on another book too, about Quodpot. It's called Everything You Ever Needed to Know About Quodpot (and have just taken to many blows to the head to remember).

Reviewer: Hermiones_Therapist
Date: 07/21/09 20:41
Chapter: Foreword & Foreword Part II

Manticores cannot survive on tofu.

BEST. LINE. EVER.

I loooove Lockhart in this. his stuck-uppishness is so funny, and it sort of helps to bring out the author's character. and that last little note at the bottom was so funny.

i thought it was interesting that you mentioned "Deer Women" in this, cuz i know you have a story called The Deer Woman. i'll probably read that next.

Author's Response: Yes, it was a great deal of fun to write Lockhart. I imagine the disclaimer appeared after he was found out. Don't worry. You hear about the Deer Woman in the creature description chapters.

Reviewer: Hermiones_Therapist
Date: 07/21/09 20:31
Chapter: About the Author

sup, i'm back. i noticed this story was sort of lacking in reviews for a fic with 10 chapters, so i decided to read it.

TIHS IS SO CUTE!

Author's Response: Wow! You certainly love to review! Not that I mind, though. I'm glad you like it.

Reviewer: Mila Zakharov
Date: 01/20/09 19:43
Chapter: About the Author

Hahah, yeah that makes sense!
I'm glad you got to write Lockhart, he's very IC :)

Author's Response: Me too! I'm glad you like this story, and will read some of the others I have written.

Reviewer: Mila Zakharov
Date: 01/20/09 18:46
Chapter: Foreword & Foreword Part II

I had actually reviewed this chapter yesterday...but my session expired or something :(

When I started reading foreword part II I actually thought it might've been Lockhart! But then I thought: 'Naaaah...' Anyways it was brilliant! I wondered why Bindi seemed to be so distant towards him and then you reveiled it was Lockhart and it made sense...Bindi probably saw right through him, eh?
What a nice twist Olive!

Oh...did Bindi really asked Lockhart to come with her on her travellings?Or was it just part of Lockhart's lies?

Author's Response: Yes, as much as I dislike Lockhart as a person, I always thought he would be a fun person to write. Unfortunantly, with my favorite catagory being Post-Hogwarts and Lockhart's memory seemingly gone for good, it didn't seem like I would ever get that chance. I was glad that this foreword did give me the oppurtunity, though. And yes, Bindi actually did invite Lockhart to Mexico, which he wisely turned down. I think Bindi did indeed know he was a fraud and wanted to watch a Chupacabra suck out his internal organs through his eye socket!

Reviewer: Mila Zakharov
Date: 01/19/09 22:45
Chapter: About the Author

Wow! This is very well-thought and very well planned. I really like Bindi, I imagine her as this excentric old lady, a bit like an adventurous Dumbledore. Her life seems like quite a ride. Good job!

...now I'll go on reading :D

Author's Response: I'm glad you like the textbook, and Bindi as well. Did you read the About the Author where Lockhart met her? I'm eventually hoping to write more textbooks from my books, my next one being a book on Quodpot.

Reviewer: dobby knits
Date: 10/10/08 11:21
Chapter: Foreword & Foreword Part II

This story looks like it will be very good. I can't wait for more chapters!

Doby Knits

Author's Response: I'm glad you like it. The idea of it is that this is one of the textbooks from my own stories (a bit of a side project for when writer's block comes around). I'm hoping to write a small book about Quodpot too: Everthing You Ever Needed to Know About Quodpot (And Have Just Hit Your Head Too Many Times to Remember). Once I figure out how Quodpot is played, of course.

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