Summary: Originally written for the SIYE summer challenge. Hermione invites Harry, Ron, and Ginny to her house to attend a Muggle carnival. What happens when four kids who have been forced to live under adult pressures are suddenly allowed to act like kids?
This is the first time that I ahve reviewed any of the stories that I read, sicne I started on Mugglenet a couple of weeks ago. here goes -
Like a lot of people, I feel drawn to the H&G stories and yours is the best of the single chapter ones that I have read.
Doesn't try and get too much in too quickly as most of the others do. A nice simple, (and) believeable concept works perfectly. Just enough of a hint of what could/would be to come and makes me wish that there was more.
Have you though about expanding upon this story and filling in your own 6th and 7th years?
Well, that'll do.
Excellent story. Believeable changes made to characters, but not enough to spoil the enjoyment. Thank you.
Rose was a Weasley. She never gave Scorpius Malfoy a second glance. They were sworn enemies, even though they’d barely even spoken to each other. But sometimes all it takes for love to blossom is a Potions lesson, a few snide remarks and a dropped book.
Two people. Two entirely different worlds that are suddenly intertwined.
Now I have my login finally sorted out, i can review.
Nicely paced story and one of the best Scorpious and Rosie ones I've come across. I think you are very right to make it a little more adult themed as it reflects the age of the characters.
Keep going and I look forward to reading the next chapter.
Author's Response: Thank you for such a lovely review! I'll try to update soon. :)
Summary: The seventh year of Hogwarts is the end of an era for most students, however, for Harry, Ron and Hermione it is just the beginning of a new chapter of their lives. The war is becoming hectic, the Ministry is in havoc, and the wizarding world is sick with fright. Now Harry has a way of beating You-Know-Who at his own game...but at what cost? In all the mayhem, will Ginny still be safe? Will love prevail through all like they were told or will the war tear them apart?
Have been wondering where the sequel qould be going and am very pleased to see it now starting to come up.
A nice gentle start with enough of a hint of what's to come to keep me coming back.
Will be intrigued to see where Harry's 'new' wand will take him and how you go aboutnvanquishing Voldemort.
Author's Response: Hey thanks for the great review! I officially started rewriting everything this past weekend so chapter two is just around the corner!!!
It’s not just any 1st of September. The Philosopher Stone is hidden at Hogwarts, The Boy Who Lived is about to board the Express for the first time. It’s not the best September for something to occur that has never occurred in the history of magic. It’s not the best time for something unexpected. It’s not the time at all for something threatening to happen, for something impossible. Or someone.
This story is not AU, but it focuses on the original character, her plot, her friends, her loves :)
Rating and Warning only for later chapters - mild.
Interesting way of looking at Malfoy. Keeps in character, yet gives him more dimensions. Will keep reading to see where this goes.
Author's Response: Thanks! Malfoy and Snape are tricky to keep in character; comments and suggestions are always welcomed to try and improve that :)
Nice tale. Nearly had me reaching for JKR's book to see if it appeared there!
Keep it up.
Author's Response: Thanks! Complete first year is now posted :)
Summary: The Second War has ended, but there is still so much work to be done. Death Eaters are still at large, the Ministry and its laws are in disarray, families have been torn apart, and love that has laid quiet in the hearts of four teenagers for a year or more is now ready to burst into the open. Watch as the foundations of the Wizarding world are rebuilt and Harry Potter and his friends find their places in a world without Voldemort.
All characters, settings, places, spells, creatures, and what ever else you can think of belong to JK Rowling or were inspired by the same.
An excellent start. I enjoy reading 'what happened after' type stories. Let's see what does happen next...
Stop it! I'm at work and trying to stop tears in my eyes.