Summary: What if there were more to Remus Lupin's bite than a badly timed stroll in the woods? The arrival of a feral invokes secrets of the past and terror for the present...
WOW...that chapter was good and almost left me in tears. Thanks for only having a cliffie instead of the evil one you had for 29 and 30. 10/10 and a dozen cookies for a job well done.
Oh...my...GOD!!!!!!!! That was soooooooooooooo good but DAMN YOUR CLIFFIES!!! Update soon please before I drive myself mental (as well as every somewhat sane person around me). Now that that's out of the way, this is a great story. I love your Remus just as much as JK's Remus and that's saying something. 10/10 and a cookie for a job well done.
Yes, first to review. With that out of the way, I have two things to say. OH................MY......................GOD!!!!!!! That was mean and cruel and so very very cool!! How could you leave us hanging like THAT?!? Second, that was the most intense chapter I've read on this site. I had to remember to breathe the entire time. 10/10 and a dozen cookies of your choice. You'd better update soon or you'll really need that bunker.
Summary: Voldemort attacks the Potters, James and Lily try to protect their beloved baby boy. Then suddenly they're in a house they do not know. Harry isn't with them and they don't know what happened. Where are they? And who are the redhead children running down the stairs? Why have they been sent?
The story is placed in the future, years after Voldemort's death, but danger is still lurking.
Features Harry/Ginny and Ron/Hermione.
Joint winner in the genfic category of the Multifaceted Fanfiction Awards
This is a wonderful story I've been reading ever since you started it. I love Lily (both) a lot and all the characters you made are pretty well fleshed out. Keep up the good work. 10/10
Author's Response: Thank you. Chapter 17 is already up at Fanfiction.net and at the moment it looks like you will have to go there to read it I'm afraid. It might be quite a while before it gets uploaded here.
All I can say is WOW!!!! This was great. I read it on Fanfiction but since I don't have an account there I couldn't tell you how great it was. I love that confrontation between Snape and Harry and you actually made it very real. 10/10 and a cookie for a job well done.
Author's Response: Thank you. I'm glad to hear that. I am also pleased to tell you that chapter 18 is almost done now and I will be updating soon.
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First of all, I must say this is a good story and you get a cookie for a job well done. I see that you guys are starting to have a discussion over prophecies and I'd like to add my two cents in as well. (I like to be a devil's advocate sometimes too) One could argue that the prophecy has already been fufilled. This prophecy was made before Harry was born so we have to look at it in that context. The 1st parts about the month, the parents, and the marking as an equal are pretty straightforward so I won't go into great detail here. Harry did technically "kill" Voldemort if you interpret death to be an end to a corporeal existence on that Halloween night. The final part about how neither could live while the other survived part, one could say that part came true already too. When Harry was a baby, he couldn't have a normal life because his parents were constantly having to fend off attacks and Voldie couldn't because he was so obsessed with trying to kill this kid that it must've been hard to focus on anything else. To be perfectly honest, though, I really don't know what to think about this whole prophecy business so I'm just gonna let JK tell me. 10/10 by the way.
Author's Response: Oh yes hello! I think our 'starting a discussion' as esclated into a full-fledged puke-your-brain-out-onto-the-page orgy. Yeah, the interpretation of 'die' or death and 'live' or life...the bain of HP existance! That's an interesting idea, that the prophecy has actually come to pass. I mean, if prophecies are really more like riddles and metaphorical ramblings with many different ways to be interpreted, then how do you really know when they're done? They don't have expiration dates do they? However, if you interpet 'kill' like you have above (corporeal existance) to reinforce your idea that the prophecy has already occurred, then how do you explain VM regaining a body and therefore becoming 'un-killed'? Unless, events begin anew and the rules of destiny no longer apply after the original prophecy has come true. Erh?
Author's Response: Thanks for the review. P.S. I like cookies.
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This isn't a bad start to a good story. I like how you've used last names of characters we come to know later on. The only complaint I have is that I saw a few grammar and punctuation mistakes which happens to everyone. Keep up the good work.
Author's Response: Where are the grammar mistakes? If you can point them out I'll be happy to fix them. As far as puncuation, I've been having difficulties with the formatting (when I post the text, the exclamation points often go missing and I have to re-do them all, so I may have forgotten a few at some point). Like everyone, I've been having problems logging in, so if I missed a few things it's out of sheer frustration.
Summary: I've heard it said
That people come into our lives for a reason
Follows the relationship between Albus Dumbledore and Severus Snape. To the song For Good from the amazing Broadway musical Wicked.
Wow...all I can say is wow! That was a very good story. The emotions, people, and song worked perfectly together. I am stunned.
Now, a little tiny nitpick. When Dumbledore says he's old, it should be "an old man", not "a old man". But, that is the extent of my criticism. Again, amazing job.
Author's Response: Ah, I\'ve always been bad on the an/a rule. Glad you enjoyed the story, thanks for reviewing! :)