Born in the year of 1987. Avid reader of books, poetry, plays so on and so forth. Liking very very much Harry Potter and use correct of English syntax [sic]. An-ghneasach freisin. Irish
Summary: Hermione is doubling up on classes again, which means she has to bring back the Time Turner. She recieves a letter from Remus telling her to be careful with it and to use it wisely...everything that she already knows. But what she didn't know was how one little moment could send her back in time...farther than she really wanted to...
This is a great story. Just hoping you will have another chapter out soon. Keep up the good work.
Summary: Hermione is abused both mentally and physically by those that should love her the most to the point that she can't take it. During her first week of Hogwarts she is haunted by nightmares of her home. She decides to use the time turner to make a difference in her life. Though there is an accident and she ends up farther than she expected. In the time of the marauders. When she finds a life she loves, will she go back? HGRL pairing
Excellent! Hermione and Remus are my favorite pairing. Please please please write more soon
Author's Response: They're one of my favorites to. Thaks for the review. ^_^
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Hmm. You know the writing could have been a bit more fluid. Some of the grammer mistakes were atrocious. I am suprised so many people like it. Ginny and Harry are so passe. Not like, say a Remus and Hermione fiction.
You may have guessed by now who this is. And that I am joking. It's really good. You focussed in on the description which so many fanfic writers forget. I liked Ginny's letter. Twas so her.
Only read this chapter so far but I won't ignore you in public. By which I mean - tis mighty good.
Author's Response: Thank you very much Lady_faramir_lupin (nice name by the way) as always I am very gratified to get anyh response for my work. You are indeed correct in your assesment by way of grammer, however, you must understand, this is an earlier work, and should you read some of my more recent work - the life of a certain Jane Granger for example - you may be more satisfied. Also, I concur: G-G-G-Galway! -Lady Vorn.
Summary: Sequel to By My Side. There's trouble in Dreamland for Remus and Tonks, who have recently professed mutual love for each other. The trouble? There is no Dreamland. Why does it seem that all Tonks and Remus are doing is avoid each other? Written to the song "All I Ask of You" from Phantom of the Opera. PG for language, mostly. R&R, darlings!
Oohh I just love Remus and Tonks together!! Remus was so sweet. And Tonks seemed so vunerable. I really liked it but I have to say the abrupt ending scared me slightly! But I read your note explaining it which is fair enough. I enjoyed your use of the song. I love the song - always reminds me of Germany - sorry I'm going off on a tangent. Really liked the story - the characterisation was imaginative and well written. And a brill representation of Remus was in it - need I praise it anymore Congrats!!
Author's Response: Wow, I'm a reject, I completely missed this review! *hides under a rock* I love Remus/Tonks fervently, despite the lack of any evidence. Um, I don't know why the song reminds you of Germany, lol, but hey, 'tis simply a wonderful song. And !!! It is the highest praise to say that I captured Remus well. Thank you!
Summary: Hermione finds herself trapped in Tom Riddle's time with a hand mirror and her wand as the only links back to the present. She goes through an adventure she never would have imagined and finds herself...having interesting conversations with Tom Riddle.
Curious! Very good idea - slightly Alice in wonderlandish! Nice descriptions and I'm intrigued as to how you will depict Tom Riddle. Well done.
Author's Response: Thanks for the lovely comments! :P
It was full moon when the Dark Lord sealed a part of his soul within a magical amulet, and then broke it in half. One half was left to the faithful werewolves to guard. The other half was tossed into the impenetrable depths of time where no one but him could get it. When the first half has been found, the Order of the Phoenix selects Hermione Granger to go back into the past to search for the missing piece. What is waiting for her is a brutal task that will test her beyond her limits, and an undying love that extends beyond the boundaries of time.
No werewolves were harmed in the making of this story.
Update (9 May): Chapter 17, Burning, is up! Enjoy!
I really liked this story. I haven't been stuck to a computer monitor like that for quite a while. I was wholly engrossed in the tale. I really felt for the characters.
But it wasn't until I got home that I realised how much I liked it. I was lying in bed thinking about the characters and what they might do next within the story. I was wishing that I had a manuscript beside me so that I could read it over. Just the same feeling I get about all my favourite books.
The plot doesn't feel contrived but flows freely and at a definite pace. I get the feeling that you know exactly where you are bringing the story - which is a downfall of many fanfic writers as they just wander. However you have avoided this entirely.
The characters are true to that of JK's without being stuck in a rut. They are growing and progressing.
In other words - this is a bloody fantastic story!
I am absolutely loving this story. It is really well written. I am actually believing everything. The details about the amulet are fantastic.
However my favourite bit was definitely the broomstick conversation... Classic. Sounds real Marauder.
Summary: What happens when the man Hermione feels far too embarrassed to ever see again (due to events entirely out of her control ... well, almost ... ) turns up as the new Defence Against the Dark Arts teacher? The War is raging, the N.E.W.T.s are approaching, and the only question circling through Hermione's head (much to her annoyance) is whether or not five years older is too old.
It seems to be out of her control once again; avoiding Oliver Heaney for her entire seventh year seems not only difficult, but well near impossible ...
Excerpt from Chapter Eight
Oliver was a nervous wreck all through his seventh year class.
It took all of his will-power not to glance Hermione’s way every three seconds. He risked it only a handful of times, making sure never to do so when her face was looking in even remotely his direction.
As is usual with one who is out of control of a course of events one began, Oliver began to panic. Second-guessing himself was not something Oliver was prone to, and yet here he was, asking himself those terrifying questions. Did she get the note? Has she read it yet? What if it was all a bad idea? What if it all went horribly wrong?
What if she took the note straight to Minerva and told her everything?
Don't worry, this story hasn't been abandoned, just moving in a different direction than I originally planned!
I love Oliver.
He is cocky and arrogant.
My kind of man.
Again my kind of man. Having only ever dated those that are Irish.
Wish you would refer to the language as Irish and to the names as being irish. As an irish girl who had to learn irish it grieves me to hear it called gaelic. That is what we use to term the scottish language.
Apart from that I like this very much. The whole teacher/student thing is so racy and forbidden. Mmmm.
I liked the first chapter where they met. Nice detailing of scene. It was truly like a wedding - everyone drunk and, if i may say it, horny.
Fantastic. Wish it would happen in Deathly Hallows. Then JKR would be banned from every school in America.
Author's Response: Ha ha I reckon!! (Bout JKR being banned!) Sorry about the gaelic thing - I have a cousin of a cousin (I think that\'s what she is) whose Irish, and she calls he old language Gaelic, but I\'m not exactly the authority! Ah well, from now on it will be Irish - much easier to spell anyway! Mmmm I love Irish accents (you lucky thing!) Thanks so much anyways!!!! ~Tickled Pink~