I'm intrigued. Hoping that you'll get back to this someday, though I know you've higher priorities with some of your other stories.
Author's Response: Thanks. I plan to finish it, but I plan to finish everything and this one is, unfortunately, not a top priority. -N-
This one looks very interesting, can't wait to see how it goes.
Author's Response: Very slowly, sorry :-D -N-
Have you dropped this story? I know you have other stories to update (and I'm excitedly waiting for each new update of Strangers and Hunters and Prey) but I'd also really like to see what happens here. You set it up really well.
Author's Response: Dropped, no. But I've been busy on Strangers, and Hunters and Prey, and Aurors and Schoolgirls, and Moons and this story is a little lower on my list of priorities at the moment. I was aimong for a deadline and missed. You certainly won't see another chapter this year. Early next? -N-
Loving it but where's the rest?
Author's Response: Thanks
The rest is in my head (although I've drafted the next chapter). I'm currently concentrating on "Strangers at Drakeshaugh" and "Aurors and Schoolgirls".-N-
Another great chapter, like getting to know more about Polly.
Loved the Harpy comment and dear Lavender is as endearing as ever.
These workmen don't know what's hit them!
Author's Response: Thanks for the review. Polly, like Mark and Fenella, will continue to appear in my stories. Bobbie’s presence will (eventually) be explained too. Lavender is. -N-
Ohhhh I can't wait to see what else happens. This is such a mystires story. Keep the great chapters coming.
Author's Response: Thanks for the review. The next chapter may be some time, sorry. I have other stories (at least three) which I must update first. -N-
What's in the cellar? . here has the ring gone?
Love the little details, especially "because conservation officers never went anywhere alone".
Looking forward to the next chapter.
Author's Response: Thanks for the review.
All questions will be answered, eventually. I should apologise to conservation officers (and chippies, sparkies, brickies etc.) for presenting such stereotyped images.
That was a good chapter can't wait to see what else you come up with.
Author's Response: Thanks. Next, the formation of the team. -N-
Nice start, it's good the way you manage to inter-relate your stories so that they build up into a very satisfactory whole.
I'm beginning to warm to Robards, it can't have been easy having all these heroes to keep under control.
Thanks Harry and Ginny’s (and Ron and Hermione’s) lives are well plotted, the minors are a lot easier to slot in to a mystery story, though I know a general history of MIT, too.
Robards (at least my Robards) is a decent man who is reaching the end of his career and is (unfortunately) very set in his ways. -N-
Next chapter please. That one was so wonderful. For a few minutes I couldn't figure out who the werewolf was. Its Lavander. YAHHHHH. Can't wait to see what else you put in this story.
Author's Response: Thanks for the review. I'll be very interesded in what you think about chapter 2. -N-
it a very nice and interesting story hope u update soon
Author's Response: Thanks. The next chapter will be submitted as soon as there is a slot available. -N-
I like it. I think this will definitely make for a really interesting story. I like that you delve deeper into these other characters, and I think you're one of the best here at MNFF as far as that goes.
Author's Response: Thanks for the compliment. This is the story of "how the band got together" though hyou still won't finh out when Harry met Bobbie. -N-
Loved this introduction. I can really see Hermione and Harry causing problems for the old guard at the Ministry. It is interesting to see their perspective on this new crew of 'heroes'. Really looking forward to the next parts. Good job!
Author's Response: Thanks for the review. The next two chapters are beta'd so there will be more soon. JKR said that after the battle Harry and his friends made sweeping changes. Not everyone will like that. -N-