I am an avid reader of all things HP, and I love every story I read here. My favorite authors are Subversa, Soap, KASK and Crystallic Rain, but I like many others.
Right now I am working on a Hannah Abbot story set during the Trio's (and Hannah's, as she's in their year) fifth year. Hannah's parents have been brutally murdered by Lord Voldemort and his minions, and Hannah joins Dumbledore's Army, eager to learn how to defend herself and fight against this scourge. She's more focused then she's ever been, but she hasn't told anyone else why she's so different this year. Her friends notice the change in her, but she cannot bring herself to tell anyone else about what happened. However, someone enters her life that just might change that. . .
Okay, yeah, that last part got really silly-sounding, but oh, well.
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It was a good chapter for Remus, yeah, but so [i]sad[/i]! I mean, he couldn't ever be in a relationship with a girl because he's a werewolf. That would break my heart. I mean, if the girl really loved him, she wouldn't reject him like he feared. Like Tonks. She loved him even though she knew what he was, and Micheal seemed like that kind of girl, too. She was sweet and nice.
It was a good chapter for Remus, yeah, but so sad]! I mean, he couldn't ever be in a relationship with a girl because he's a werewolf. That would break my heart. I mean, if the girl really loved him, she wouldn't reject him like he feared. Like Tonks. She loved him even though she knew what he was, and Micheal seemed like that kind of girl, too. She was sweet and nice.
I laughed so hard at that last part! Oh, that was just perfect!
Going back to being sober, I really wish Severus could make it work; get nice, not join Voldemort, not be surly and mean all the time, not kill Dumbledore and (of course) not be killed himself, but it's not to be. -sniff-
It was still a great chapter, though. You're a really good writer, and you can do dark and angsty just as wonderfully as you do the beautiful, perfect love parts.
Um, actually. . . I think I will stop here and just know about all the good times the Marauders had.
No offense to you or your writing at all! I love(d) this story! It's really wonderfully written, and I always love your stories, but I. . . I've read a lot of tragedy these days, and real life is such that I just want a fluffy fic right now.
I'd much rather just think about all the good times the Fantabulous Four (and Anne, Lily and Severus, of course) had, and not all the sadness and grief that came later.
Thanks for all the good times! This is a really wonderful story, and you are and awesome writer. I'll be sure to check out all future stories.
Ooo, poor Severus. So selt-loathing. :-(
He needs a hug.
Well, I think Remus should tell Lily. Knowing her, she'd be all sympathetic and only like him better for it. Poor Remus. He needs a hug just like Severus.
Poor Regulus. I hope his ears are okay.
Oh, my. . .
So far this story is completely transfixing. I swear I'll leave a longer review once finish it, but right now I just need to do that. . .
Author's Response: :D Thanks!
I can't decide whether I should cry our laugh. . . I'm doing both at once, instead. *sniffles wetly*
That is one of the most beautiful stories I've ever read. . . and definitely in the top ten of the saddest. I. . . I just love it. I can't pick a certain part. . . the whole thing is just wonderfully. . . sad? Happy? I can't decide. . .
Thank you for a completely astounding story. I am truly privileged to read it.
Author's Response: Oh. My. Thank you!!! That has got to be one of the best compliments I have ever received *huggles* Thank you!!
That was beautiful! -wipes eyes because it was so lovely- The ending was perfect. You got the relationships between Ron and Hermione and Rose and Ron and Scor and Rose and Rose a Hugo and Rose and Lily and Al and Hugo and Rose and Al -whew!- perfectly. I thank you for another wonderful and amazing story!
Author's Response: Thank you! :)
Hilarious! My brother read it over my shoulder, and he was laughing so hard, he had to sit down!
I just love number four! Especially the spork! Pure genius!
Author's Response: I\'m thrilled you and your brother both liked it! :-D Thanks to both of you for reading it!
Wow! So far this is a really amazing story, and I cannot wait for the next chapter! I love the idea of a rebellious tomboy who wants to be noticed as a girl (mainly because that is my problem right now). I can really relate to Rio, and she is really. . . real. You have done a great job with her, and seeing her develop along the course of the story will be fun and exciting!
Thank you for the wonderful chapter!
*gasp* This story. . . *gasp* is the most. . . *gasp* amazing and completely. . . *gasp astonishingly good thing I have ever read in my life and I wish I could write half as good as you, because you are the most magnificent writer I have ever had the privilege of reading. *gasps just for good measure*
This story left me completely breathless. I especially liked this line about Lily: 'She is a beginning and an end and the stunning climax and she is unforgettable.' That is such a powerful line. . . *wipes eyes* And the things about Sirius. . . the whole 'ripping the paper that had been there for longer than anyone could remember' thing. . . that was just so perfect. . . that's always what I felt he did. Like, he saw the chains everyone was in, and he didn't like them, so he just ripped 'em off. . . I have always admired Sirius for being able to do that, and if I wasn't already completely different from everyone else, with barely any rules in my life at all, I would totally change something that needed to be changed. As it is, I am the Sirius in my small life, so I don't really need to worry about that. . . but. . . the whole story is just so POWERFUL. . . there really isn't a better word for it.
Thank you SO SO SO much for gracing my humble little life with this huge (figuratively) story.
Author's Response: Lol, Katie, I\'m really flattered. But if I\'m the most magnificent writer you\'ve ever read, I\'m pretty sure you should start reading some really good stuff. I\'m not magnificent, but I\'ll go with at least \'good\' for now. Thank you very much for this review and for telling me your favorite lines. I love knowing the favorite lines!
I came here to pamper this story. . . and what a story I found! I have to admit, I was slightly wrong-footed with the whole vampire thing. . . but it was really amazing how you wrote about her (the vampire). *sobs*
Why do you always write sad stories!? They make me think too much. . . *accusingly, but isn't really mad*
Well. . . thank you for another completely amazing story. . . *is still vaguely bowled-over* it was wonderful!
Author's Response: I\'m glad you liked it, Katie!! Why don;t you like vampires? It wasn\'t a Twilight vamp! The reason I write angsty stories is very simple:: it\'s a bad habit ;) Thanks for the review! <3 Sunray
Hmmmm! I can't wait to see where this story goes! I've always sorta worried about Hermione that year. . . I could never ever handle that kind of stress with classes, and I'm three years older than her age now! I mean, all those classes, the thought she'd have to put into the time-turner, all the homework, trying not to let anybody know what she's doing. . . sheesh.
Anyway, I totally can not wait for an update!
Heh, heh! Quite a cute little poem, but with a meaningful bit at the end. I like the 'But at the time Mischief was Managed' part. Hawhaw!
Thank you so much for bestowing this small piece of wonderfulness upon little undeserving me!
Author's Response: Thanks for the review, glad you enjoyed the poem! :)
Awwwww. They were such a cute family. . . it makes me sad to think what's going to happen later. *sniff* But I'm glad they had happy times while they still could. . . and I especially like how Harry could fly without even thinking about it. That was very cute and funny. I like to think that if James had lived, it would have nicely humbled him to know that his son was a better Quiddtich player than he was/is. Or maybe it would just inflate his ego to know that that was his son out there. Hmm. Probably the latter.
Anyway, great story! I definitely want to go read your other stories now. . . I should do that sometime. However, I am really in need of those brownies. . .
Thank you for the wonderful story!
Author's Response: I agree it would have inflated James\'s ego to no end that Harry was so good at Quidditch. Please do read the other stories. I hope you enjoy them as well. Thank you for your review. I only have some cyber cookies, but they are chocolate. Passing some to you. Terri