maybe i'll write something, someday. we'll see. for now, i'm just here to read a bit (ok, a lot, as for right now i'm rather addicted. *sobs*) and to leave some reviews for you people.
oh yes, and since i said i'm the cart lady and all, just call if you want some sugary sustenance. in a purely innocent, non-double entendre way. alright, i'm shutting up now.
yet another work of massive, massive oddness. i would say that it was awesome, but i'm afraid the praise would seep throught the intornetzezes and into harry's overlarge, fauxhawked head. :)
Author's Response: While a fauxhawk may look like an antenna, it itsn\'t actually one. So I will intercept your praise, and thankee for it. :D
all i can say is: whoa.
that's a great twist that mr. longbottom's sane! very j.k., i think. good show.
i know this is in no way a constructive review, but... OH NO!!
this is a really great story, by the way. usually i think the whole turning-different-points-of-view- thing is forced, but i quite like this. it works out well and there's a definite reason for what you tell us, and from whose point of view. anyway, good stuff.
i know i havent reviewed in a while, but i've been too absorbed in the story. great one, by the way, and of course it ended with scar...
and as i've said before, the rotation of pov puts your unique spin on it.. i've read several "my take on 7th year" stories and that makes yours stand out. thanks for the ride!
ah, the grand paradox of hermione: so intelligent, yet so slow! (hm, unless harry has changed *that* much?) :D
nice story so far, though! i've enjoyed it.
Author's Response: Haha! I like it! =D
And yes, for my story Harry has changed drastically, both physically and emotionally (as war does to people), but words can never seem to convey exactly what one pictures =)
So glad you\'ve enjoyed my story thus far! Thank you for letting me know your thoughts!
bwahahaa hilarious. absotively hilarious.
Author's Response: Bwahahaaa, thanks!
this is interesting.. and you're right, it is every fan's dream! i kept visualizing the situation of harry just randomly showing up in my room, me accusing the poor kid of being delusional and thinking he's a fictional character...anyway, it was funny.
but i'm still confused about what they're all saying whenever lara brings up the fact/idea that they aren't real:
“So…you know J.K Rowling made you up?” I asked timidly. “Made your whole world up, too?”
“Of course we do,” Dumbledore replied, a bit surprised. “Though, regrettably, those numbers are very few. But we make do, and keep it a secret so no one else shall know or try to change it. Or, worse, deny it."
oh well, i guess we'll find out as you write, right?
Author's Response: ^-^ That\'s funny. Well, only a few know they were created by another human being through the minds of her fans--and a good thing, too, or else they might take JK hostage and try and get her to do stuff for them. It\'s all very complicated. Thanks for the review!
ooh, this is getting interesting... :)
Author's Response: Just wait it gets better. Hope you like the rest. Thanks
wow...i didn't think percy had gone that far... nice write, though, so far!
Author's Response: I think that was a different take on Percy, although we don\'t know everything just yet. Enjoy
great chapter and story! and i always love a little fanfiction reference, and where else to find such "unbelievable" stories but the mighty quibbler?
Author's Response: Thanks, I was hoping to give Luna something a little different to talk about so the fanfiction reference was fun.
hmm...i think i know who the kitty is; how cute! and the transformation of colin was a good side-note type touch to add in there. i'm enjoying following the story!
Author's Response: I\'m glad you liked it, especially Colin. It is not a big momment in the story but I hope it adds a touch of realism. I don\'t know what you are talking about with the cat. just seems like a cat to me.
yay! freview! :)
this story looks fun, and i always look forward to the slip-ups. but why did ginny get kicked out of her room? eh, well, i'm sure there are much deeper mysteries than that to uncover, anwyay.. please keep at it, wingy one, as the readers are surely enjoying it!
Author's Response: Thanks! Ginny got kicked out because there were only two seventh years and six (or seven?) sixth years, so Dumbledore let Ginny stay with Hermione. Thanks again, and it\'s always great to see new readers!
intersting.. now what would be snape's motivation for such a feeble attempt at getting to harry? i agree with dumbledore; something else must be afoot..
nice write so far, please keep at it!
Author's Response: Poor Severus. Okay, I don\'t really mean that. ;-) Really, though, it just seemed perfectly simple at first. He would take Ginny to the staff room, lecture her a bit, and then Obliviate her. He had \"evidence\" (traces of Love Potion in Harry\'s bloodstream, Harry and Ginny\'s potion having no effect when Harry took it in class, etc.), and he\'s used to the rest of the staff backing up his decisions, no matter how unfair they may be. Snape also doesn\'t know that Harry and Ginny are actually dating now, since they don\'t engage in PDA during his class, and he\'s not interested in finding out that sort of thing. So when Malfoy planted the idea in his mind, it seemed simple and clean. Ginny would be deprived of all of her potion-making knowledge, and without her to do his work for him, Harry would have no chance of passing N.E.W.T. Potions. Of course, Snape would have expected Harry and Ginny to complain to McGonagall and/or Dumbledore, but based on past experience that possibility wouldn\'t have worried him too much. They\'ve always backed his decisions before, so why would they stop now?
that dirty evil voldibrat.
(that being said, the falling-into-the-veil part was written well. not at all what i'd like to have seen, of course, but it definitely worked. a good, sad write.) (and ginny's paper airplane at the end was a depressing little touch that ended the chapter well.)
Author's Response: Thank you. I usually write fluff, so it\'s good to hear that I can successfully do sad stuff too.
WHOA that was the maddest ending for hp that i have ever read. please take that as a high compliment, because i'm eally not eloquent enough to say anything else. that was a really interesting way to use the "love room," too. all around amazing ending...
Author's Response: I\'m glad you liked it! Thanks!
the tension builds! can't wait for the next installment!
Author's Response: Thank you!
all i have to say is that it would be so great to be able to go through all your memories like that and see everything again.. i have an awful memory, so the idea of being able to look through it all again is quite appealing.. even if it meant reliving some terrible things for harry...
Author's Response: I\'m glad you don\'t think I\'m terrible for making Harry remember everything like that. Thanks for the review.
this is a nice story so far.. i had to luagh when harry had to prove, like a muggle magician" that he had nothing up his sleeves..
and, oh, tyler and luna! that's cute. the exchange about tyler's doubts as to the intentions of luna's picture made sense, and generally quite a few things worked out in this chapter.. nice work. and thanks for taking the time to write for us even though you have work at school! but don't worry, it will pay off! (right now i've still got plenty of work, but i'm waiting around for colleges to respond to my applications, and i already got accepted to one! so yes, there is a payoff to the madness; you'll be ok.)
Author's Response: Thanks very much. I\'m glad you laughed at the \"nothing up my sleeves\" bit -- I did too, actually. And I\'m glad you like Tyler/Luna -- they\'re turning out to be quite popular. Thanks for all the encouragement!
i like how little hermione's behavior promptly changes in the presence of mrs. weasley.. it's almost as if she's got a strategy...*strokes non-existent beard thoughtfully*.. cute story so far!
Author's Response: *checks packet of evil plans* Alright, who told you that! o.O