Summary: A Mary Sue Parody fic! Infinity Babe has moved from New York to Hogwarts with her 'oh-so-evil' parents. Can Harry and the gang stop her from warping canon? Not to be taken seriously. Rated PG-13 for a reason. Scriptfic.
BAHAHA THESE ARE ALL SO FUNNY! Oh good grief, I was laughing through it all! Can't wait for the next one :)
Summary: “Parked all right, then?” Ron asked Harry. “I did. Hermione didn’t believe I could pass a Muggle driving test, did you? She thought I’d have to Confund the examiner.
“No I didn’t,” said Hermione. “I had complete faith in you.”
- DH P604, UK Edition
The story of how Ron learned to drive.
This perfectly depicted the nerves I felt before my driving test! I don't know why it made me so much more nervous than proper exams, but it did! I remember feeling exactly the same as Ron, so I felt really able to relate to him. It was also interesting to see him cope in a very Muggle situation - even if he did use magic... I really enjoyed this fic :)
Summary: "Well the first time I met your mum she told me the reason she was never a prefect at school was that she had a complete inability to stay out of trouble.... And as for your dad…well he was a Marauder wasn’t he?”
Loved it. Loved it, loved it, loved it. Recently the relationship between Harry and Teddy has become really interesting to me, and I loved your representation of it here. I especially thought that the characterisation of Harry was very good: it's difficult writing him as a father figure, because we've never seen him in that situation before, but you handled it with ease and grace. I could legitimately see this happening in these two characters' futures.
I also loved how you brought up the legacy of the Marauders, and ended with him planning to pass it over to James. The ending was poignant and beautiful.
I'd also love to read more about Teddy's time at Hogwarts now... :]
Summary: James and Lily watch from up above as their son asks Cho Chang to the Yule Ball.
This was such an original idea, and although it is very short I think that in this case, and in the style you chose to write in, that made it more effective. Having a dialogue between James and Lily watching Harry ask Cho to the Yule Ball could have been very difficult to pull off, but I think you did it well: employing a simplistic narrative style made it feel very in-the-moment and was quite absorbing.
The fact that it was driven almost entirely by dialogue was very refreshing. It skimmed the surface without going into the thoughts and emotions of the characters. This makes the reader feel like an observer, and allows them to interpret things in many ways. I thought that the fact that you didn’t explain exactly how Lily and James were watching Harry was a good thing: it made me suspend my disbelief and accept that this was happening.
The dramatic irony that was inevitable