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You're My Reason by hammy

Rated: Professors • 43 Reviews
Summary: One-shot song fic.. Draco/OC. A twist in Draco and Harry's personalities. One wrong move..Could someone close to Draco pay the price? Rated R for brutality. Please R&R
Reviewer: butter_beer_drinker Signed
Date: 04/09/07 Title: Chapter 1: one shot

This is the first songfic I have read that included the words to the song. It was different. They characters were OOC but it worked.

Reviewer: butter_beer_drinker Signed
Date: 04/09/07 Title: Chapter 1: one shot

This is the first songfic I have read that included the words to the song. It was different. They characters were OOC but it worked.

Author's Response: it\'s ooc because it was designed to be like that... a twist of characters... for a change.. :)

Sweet Sixteen Again by Crimsonphoenix1

Rated: 1st-2nd Years • 326 Reviews
Summary: Post-OOTP. When Voldemort attacks Harry and Dumbledore comes to fight him off, Harry accidentally casts a strange spell that turns Dumbledore and Voldemort into 16 year olds-Harry's age. Now both of them must live with Harry and the Dursleys...Please R&R! COMPLETE!!
Reviewer: butter_beer_drinker Signed
Date: 09/09/07 Title: Chapter 7: Awaiting

This story is quite amusing, not possible, but very amusing. It’s funny to think about what happens if you don’t think through your spells before casting them. The idea that he was randomly firing spells makes you really wonder what was going through Harry’s head to produce an Aging spell that only aged the body and not the mind, well not aged but un-aged (if that can be considered a word). You had a really good idea for a story and the interaction between the three of them allows some insight into what Tom and Albus are really like. The fact that Tom pouts is great; I have always felt that Harry pouts too. And of course it is very fitting that Snape was the one to “cure” the two of them. Good Job


Rated:87 Reviews
Summary: This particular plot bunny was born while I was watching the closet scene in the movie “13 Going on Thirty.” If you’re a shy, inexperienced teenager, what could be more hellish than being trapped in a closet for seven minutes with someone you barely know? Or with someone you know, but don’t like in that way. Or with someone you like in that way but don’t know if they like you. Or . . . well, I think you get the idea. Although H/Hr is the primary ship, this story does contain other ships as well.
Reviewer: butter_beer_drinker Signed
Date: 02/19/07 Title: Chapter 3: Chapter 3: LET THEM TALK!

Oooh I loved it. This was so cute, first kiss, I wish I could remember back that far, ohwait I think I can! (brushing cobwebs out of the way)

Reviewer: butter_beer_drinker Signed
Date: 02/19/07 Title: Chapter 3: Chapter 3: LET THEM TALK!

Oooh I loved it. This was so cute, first kiss, I wish I could remember back that far, ohwait I think I can! (brushing cobwebs out of the way)

The Hunt Begins by Jenn_Weasley

Rated: 1st-2nd Years • 21 Reviews
Summary: A little adventure...A little romance - rolled up in one story.
Harry is still coping in the days after Dumbledore's death. He's ready to take action and is anxious to find another Horcrux. With the help of his friends, Harry takes another step closer to defeating his nemesis.
Over 1500 reads!!! Thank you! Thank you! Thank you!

Reviewer: butter_beer_drinker Signed
Date: 08/20/07 Title: Chapter 1: One-Shot

So todays date 8/20/07 and the final book has been released. I cannot beleive that you guessed something that JK actually used in her final book, camping out and the snake as a horcrux. This story is very well written and was easy to follow. You very well could have made it a chaptered fic but you managed to get everything in and make it beleivable with just a one shot. The tension between them and working together to figure out what they were going to do was just brilliant. I know in the final book Ginny didn't go with them but your version of destroying this horcrux could easily have been slipped into the actual book. Good Job.

Author's Response: Wow!! Thanks so much for your awesome review! I\'m glad you liked my story.

The Dark Side by lmageous

Rated: 3rd-5th Years • 36 Reviews
Summary: When you read a story, you always read it from the hero's point of view. You read how much pain they're in as they try to stop their enemy. But what did the bad guy think? What was in Lord Voldemort's head from the time he first made a Horcrux to the time he met his final match? Well, finally we know. We know what the Lord Voldemort thinks, and we can read the stories from his point of view. Chapter 9, "Battle on the Rock," is up, please review. Chapter 10, "Armageddon," the final chapter in this story, is ready and finally in the queue. Unfortunately my computer is broken again, and I may not be able to write another story in a while, but I'm thinking about doing one like this from Dumbledore's POV. Anyway, please, tell me what you think of this, and thank you for reading.
Reviewer: butter_beer_drinker Signed
Date: 10/03/07 Title: Chapter 1: The First Horcrux

This first chapter of your story is very well thought out. There were a few minor errors such as missing letters or the wrong letter typed, you might want to re-read it so you can find them.

I must say I was on the edge of my seat while Tom was creating his Horcrux. The burning feelings were exactly what I thought it would feel like. You must have done some research to devise a way to create them. I liked the way you gave a glimpse of another Horcrux being created as he read the book.

However, I can’t imagine him being ‘scared’ but that is because we only know Lord Voldemort, not the young Tom Riddle, you worked it in well and gave a good reason why he was scared. I almost, almost felt sorry for him but it quickly vanished.

Using little snippets of things we knew from the actual story was a nice touch too, it made your story more believable.

Not many stories have been written that include how the Horcruxes are made and I think you did a very good job and your version is very believable.

Clair De Lune by Astrid Skywalker

Rated: 6th-7th Years • 386 Reviews

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.

Winner of 2007 Quicksilver Quills Awards - Best Non-Canon Romance

Update (9 May): Chapter 17, Burning, is up! Enjoy!

Reviewer: butter_beer_drinker Signed
Date: 09/14/07 Title: Chapter 15: He's Harry's Dad

I didn't leave a reveiw for eachchapter since I knew I would read it straight through. Glancing at the last time it was updated, I really hope you finsih this. It is very well done and a great story. Several people have nominated it for an award so I thought I would come check it out. The only flaw I saw was that there should be a lot more baby Harry, newborns are pretty much attached to their mom, espically a first born child. I really loved the idea of the letters, that was a nice touch and I can imagine the overwhelming emotions Harry is going to feel when he gets them.

A Present To Die For by whatapotter

Rated: 3rd-5th Years • 22 Reviews
Summary: Some people say that you can find anything imaginable in Knockturn Alley. In the dark recesses of one shop, a piece of jewelry, which has haunted history for eons, lies hidden. It is a beautiful piece; striking and elegant in every way. Truly, it is a gift any woman would die for.

Winner of the 'Borgin and Burkes' one-shot challenge.
Reviewer: butter_beer_drinker Signed
Date: 10/03/07 Title: Chapter 1: Chapter 1

The way you set the scene for your story is wonderful. I click of the cane (although this is only a movie thing) was a nice touch. Your descriptions made it easy to picture a long shadow cast by the moon, making its way down the street. I was left wondering though, is the drunken redhead man a Weasley? Following your character into the store was creepy and gave me chills, which I’m sure was your intent. I can almost smell the stench of rotting things and dark spells. The portrayal of Borgin is well written too, very in character with JK’s own descriptions of him and how he reacts to Malfoy. One little minor thing, while still maintain a hold on their shopping., this should be maintaining. Other than that this is another good introduction to what goes on in Diagon Alley, you are really good at setting the scene. You have stepped over to the dark side in striking detail. The description of the innocent looking ring and it’s affect on Quentin when he picks it up, it gives a prelude to what is about to happen. Dark magic is something that many of us wonder about and I think you have done a good job here. The way the ring starts to affect her, bringing her down and causing her to doubt herself is a brilliant concept for a cursed object. It doesn’t just come right out and kill her or show any signs that something is happening to her. The mental affect this cursed ring is really good, self-doubt really is a dark thing that lives in each of us and magnifying it to drive the character to suicide was well thought out. It is indeed a very sinister form of “punishment” that Lucius is about to set upon Narcissa.

Author's Response: Thanks so much for this lovely review! I\'m so glad you enjoyed the fic so much. It\'s probably one of my favourite pieces of writing, so I\'m very glad you liked it! Thanks very much xx

Fan Girl by Evilpersonified

Rated: 3rd-5th Years • 22 Reviews
Summary: Severus Snape has taken a teaching job at Hogwarts, and he intends to teach, not act as a confindent for silly little students, thank you very much. But while he tries to keep himself as isolated as possible, there is one particular student who can't help but fall for the grumpy potions' master.
Reviewer: butter_beer_drinker Signed
Date: 04/30/08 Title: Chapter 1: One-Shot

The thought that anyone would think Snape as well let me quote -"No, actually, you’re the most attractive person I have ever met, and you insist on torturing me!"

Is a little creepy, the story was great.  I love that song and heard it just theother day and beleive it or not a story with Snape in it was what popped into my head.  Of course I had just read the next chapter of another Snape story, but still the song seems to fit him somehow.  Good job.


Awful Boy by cmwinters

Rated: 3rd-5th Years • 15 Reviews
Summary: Severus Snape helps a classmate with a Defence Against the Dark Arts assignment
Reviewer: butter_beer_drinker Signed
Date: 05/22/08 Title: Chapter 1: Awful Boy

The first thing I noticed was the warnings you have listed for this fic, I think you were overly cautious, just mentioning them really does delve into it but it is better to be safe than sorry. The warnings do make the story sound as if it will be a very dark one but with the lighthearted touches of Mrs. Evan’s it was hard to get into that mindset.

Ignoring the horrified gasp of her sister, Lily reached into the pouch she'd brought from her room, and throwing a handful of powder into the grate, leaned in to the resulting green flame and called, "Severus Snape!"

I love the way you captured Petunia here, I can see her sitting there with that ‘pinched’ look on her face.  The interaction between the sisters is very well done.


I also liked the interaction you used between Lilly and Snape but he comes across a bit grown up, more like he would be as the Professor and not a thirteen-year-old boy, however this is just my humble opinion.  It is a very good glimpse at what their friendship was like though.


I really loved your interpretation of how the Dementors were formed, it was a very creative and believable.  This area of the story was definitely the main focus and your in depth explanation could easily have been in a DADA class or book.

"Magic itself, Lily, is not black or white, light or dark, good or bad. The intent behind it may be, but the Lumos Spell has no more or less sentience than an Unforgivable. However, should you cast Lumos into the eyes of someone with the intent to blind them, that would qualify as a dark purpose, correct? 

(I have said this in a thousand arguments about the Dark Arts!)

Overall I really liked this, it would have been nice to Snape’s opinion on several other aspects of the Dark Arts and this line:

"One of the things I have learned, Lily, is that if you do not learn about something, then you cannot control it.”

Really sums up Snape and his interest in the darker side of magic.

Father Fights.... by parry_otter90210

Rated: 1st-2nd Years • 3 Reviews
Summary: A story about the fight between Mr. Weasley and Percy in Order of the Phoenix.
Reviewer: butter_beer_drinker Signed
Date: 06/25/07 Title: Chapter 1: The Fight...

That was good interpretation of a missing moment. You captured Percy well.

A Different Reality by Gmariam

Rated: 3rd-5th Years • 233 Reviews
Summary: Harry has just witnessed the death of Professor Dumbledore, and chases after the murderous Snape before he can escape the grounds. But the former potions master easily captures Harry, and takes him back to Spinner’s End along with Draco Malfoy. What happens to Harry at Spinner’s End? Will Snape cement his allegiance to the Dark Lord and turn Harry over to Voldemort? What happens to Draco Malfoy? Will Voldemort punish him for his failure on the Tower? And what about Severus Snape - will Harry learn the truth about the former Death Eater at last?

This story is now complete, and presents an alternate ending to Harry Potter and The Half Blood Prince, in which Harry learns more than he could have ever imagined about Professor Snape and Professor Dumbledore. He must abandon many of his old convictions and come to an understanding of a new and different reality before setting out on his final journey to vanquish Lord Voldemort in Book Seven.

Reviewer: butter_beer_drinker Signed
Date: 02/13/07 Title: Chapter 15: Chapter Fifteen: Book

I loved this story, I'm sad to see it end. I just read through it again to make sure I hadn't missed anything. I'll move onto something else you have written.

Author's Response: Hi there! I\'m so glad you enjoyed this story! Thank you for leaving a review. There is actually one more chapter to go, and it\'s a bit longer than the rest, so it\'s not quite over. I\'m still editing it and hope to post it this weekend. I hope you enjoy it! I\'d be thrilled if you were to read some of my other stories and hope you enjoy those as well. Thank again for reading this one and for the lovely review! ~Gina :)

All I Have by some_kinda_superstar

Rated: Professors • 44 Reviews
Summary: All she wanted was love. What she got was betrayal and a broken heart...

Reviewer: butter_beer_drinker Signed
Date: 07/16/08 Title: Chapter 1: All I Have

This was pretty good and not really what I expected from the title.  I was impressed with your, shall I say bravery, to portray James as the jerk Snape said he was.  While most HP fans want to believe that the Marauders did not wrong, it wasn’t true.  Over and over again we are told they were arrogant and full of themselves and even Remus points this out about James. 


Teenage boys are not a true reflection of the men they might one day become so I could actually see this happening, and he not thinking it was wrong.  However, you did portray him as being a cold jerk after the fact so he really was the bad guy in this story.


I was very sympathetic to Althea and the situation.  Cutting has become a very serious problem among teens and young adults and your use of it was done very tastefully and did not glorify it.  You did a good job of showing how that one horrible and wonderful event in her life changed her.  At the time it happened, it was a wonderful event for her, but his treatment afterwards created the non-person she became.

 You did a good job with creating a non-Mary Sue and a character that others may be able to identify with.

Crossing the Threshold by Gmariam

Rated: 1st-2nd Years • 12 Reviews
Summary: Harry Potter steps through the veil deep within the Department of Mysteries, sacrificing himself in a final attempt to destroy Voldemort’s last Horcrux and vanquish the Dark Lord once and for all. On the other side Harry is reunited with many of his loved ones, who sadly tell him it is not his time. Despite heart wrenching pain Harry must return to the land of the living to conclude his final battle with Voldemort, with help from a new friend and a surprising source.

This story was written for the Harry’s Hospital Wing Project and was awarded the Order of the Hospital Wing: First Class.

Reviewer: butter_beer_drinker Signed
Date: 03/01/07 Title: Chapter 1: Crossing the Threshold

As I have said on some of your other stories, I absolutely love the way you write. This story could easily have been ripped out of the pages of one of J.K.'s books. I wasn't sure what category you intended for this but I find it a bit of an angst. As the reader you can feel Harry's joy at seeing his loved ones and his sorrow at having to leave them behind. The way he interacts with his parents that he doesn't know and with with Dumbledore that he loves is very true to character. I really liked this one and I will continue to read your stories as you add them.

Author's Response: Hi there! Thank you so much for reading this story! And thank you for the amazing compliments. *blushes* I wrote this story for a challenge over the summer. It was about the Department of Mysteries. I suppose the D/A category might be a good home for it, I hadn\'t thought about that. Thanks again for reading this story, and for the wonderful review!! ~Gina :)


Rated: Reviews
Reviewer: butter_beer_drinker Signed
Date: 09/17/07 Title: None

I will start at the top and work my way down. Your title caught my eye because I love this song and used it as the title of the last chapter of a story I wrote, so naturally I’m going to read it.

While I found it a little odd that a witch would be running around with a suitcase (she could have used an enlargement spell on a purse) the beginning line was a good introduction, I knew immediately that the story would contain a vampire by the lack of the shadow, nice touch.

Your imagination about the life of the vampires is pretty interesting, using a blanket to just cover himself from the darkness, the ability to even befriend a witch and her high praise for him. “Seth Dixon was a vampire. The finest I’d ever met.” I also like the way you made the reader part of your story without the entire story “talking” to the reader, good job, that is hard to do.

I noticed all of your characters are OC’s but throwing in Hermione was good, it tied the story to the Harry Potter world, which most readers enjoy seeing.

Now when you introduce the new vampires, I did get a little confused, wasn’t it still daylight or did I miss the passing of time somewhere? If Seth can’t be in the daylight, they shouldn’t be either. You might want to go back and insert a little transition in there.

Your second chapter was a little bit rushed and I know you said it was flangsty, but a little more description of what they had been doing for the last week might be good. You might also work in a way to show how long it had been since each vampire had died, it was a little odd about Allen. I am assuming the ages listed are the ages they died at so it would be nice to see how long they had been on their own.

The other strange part was it again seemed as if they are running around in the daylight and eating Chinese? Wouldn’t they be eating raw beef or liver (since it contains a lot of blood) I just can’t see them choosing Chinese if they survive on blood.

The relationship with Allen is a wee bit early, they haven’t really been around each other that long, you should consider having them or her pull back a little, thinking they are rushing, then redevelop the relationship later on.

This was a nice story about the Vampire’s struggle to survive in the world. They are listed as Dark Creatures by the ministry and in your story they have feelings, and friends and a “family” group. I hope you continue this story. I will keep it in my favorites and watch for an update. If your plot bunny has been hibernating, feel free to PM me on the forums and I would love to help you develop it more. While I love the HP characters, it is nice to step out every now and then and read something else.


When The Church Bells Ring by TheVanishingAct

Rated: 3rd-5th Years • 23 Reviews Past Featured Story
Summary: What no one else could do, she will, when the church bells ring.

Reviewer: butter_beer_drinker Signed
Date: 09/06/07 Title: Chapter 1: One-Shot

This story is beautifully written. Your description of the abbey and the grounds surrounding it transported me to the same spot. I love stories that paint a picture of a world that you can easily see for yourself. Using only the word she made me hurry through the story to see who “she” was, I knew for sure it would be Narcissa. Using the abbey as a place to hide from Lucius, the devil, was wonderful. It has long been believed that evil cannot step on hallowed grounds and the way you portrayed Lucius in this story makes it easy to see him as the devil. I like how you had him step into Voldemort’s place and continue the terror that was going on. In my opinion, people who are truly evil only do things for their own benefit. Saying that he sacrificed people he loves and his twisted belief that they died as martyrs for him shows just how far he has sunk into the darkness. I must say though, I find it hard to believe that Cho could use the killing curse, as Bella told Harry, in order to do a dark spell you must really feel the hate behind it and I can’t imagine Cho reveling in that much hate. It does make sense though in your story since they have been fighting so hard for so long.


Author's Response: thanks so much for the fantastic review! :)

Noir House by electronicquillster

Rated: 3rd-5th Years • 16 Reviews
Summary: Isabelle felt a chill run down her spine and whipped her head to the left, looking at the mirror in the hallway. She could’ve sworn...

A young woman is employed as a governess in a very daunting house: The Noble and Most Ancient House of Black. (Orion Black/OC)

Written for Anna Fantasium as part of the SPEW Spooky Story Exchange.
Reviewer: butter_beer_drinker Signed
Date: 02/13/07 Title: Chapter 1: One-Shot

This was by far one of the best stories I have read on the fanfic site. It was so beleivable. I would never have thought to write a story using Mr. and Mrs. Black. And to think you did this as a one shot, too bad it couldn't have been longer. I love a good mystery.

A True Gryffindor? by Biscuits

Rated: 3rd-5th Years • 17 Reviews
Summary: How would you react if your friends found out your deepest secret, a secret that, if revealed, you lead to you being outcast from wizarding society? When Remus Lupin's fellow Maruaders discover his lycanthropy, how can he cope?

References to suicide, hence the warning.

Reviewer: butter_beer_drinker Signed
Date: 02/17/07 Title: Chapter 1: A True Gryffindor?

It was a little bit whangsty but you pulled it off. It was a good way to submit a missed time frame into the history of their friendship. You pulled off the emotions of a 12 year old boy well, I'm not sure I could have done that. I like that in the end he proved he was a Gryffindor.

Author's Response: Thanks! It is a little angsty, yeah, but it seemed to work better that way.

My Only Son by Madame Marauder

Rated: 6th-7th Years • 6 Reviews
Summary: Lucius Malfoy is alone, a prisoner in Azkaban and in himself. Haunted by visions of his son's death each night, Lucius worries his mind is deteriorating. But he has no idea how deathly accurate these nightmares are.

Written by Madame Marauder of Gryffindor House for the "Dreams" challenge.
Reviewer: butter_beer_drinker Signed
Date: 02/12/07 Title: Chapter 1: One-Shot

This was good. I almost felt sorry for him, almost.