mrsfwolf posted a comment on Monday 22nd February 2010 4:30pm
Interesting story. I've always suspected Dumbledore's motives
sayena posted a comment on Saturday 13th February 2010 7:41am
Great Story, reminds me of Dr T with a strap-on.
DanniKay posted a comment on Thursday 11th February 2010 6:01pm
You know... I think the only thing to say that could possibly come close to describing how I feel about this story would be "Ho-ly.. Jumping.. Jesus Mary and Joseph!" And then maybe a really long, really loud wolf whistle (which I'm actually really proud to say, I can do really well ^.^)!!
I completely LOVE the H/Hr/Cho/OC and occasionally Luna circle!
Lol, I mean, it's hard not to really :)
NitaPotter posted a comment on Sunday 7th February 2010 10:09pm
I must admit, even tho my Christian ethics prevent me from gushing too much about this fic, I did enjoy reading it! It was well written, and as always, you painted the picture for me and any other reader to visualize...Family Matters was like that too.
I'll be awaiting the rest of the story, assuming that there will be at least one more chapter.
Take care...and do keep writing.
You're friend, Nita
Zamia posted a comment on Saturday 6th February 2010 11:42am
Great read and an excellent wind up. Very enjoyable. Cheers
dogbertcarroll posted a comment on Wednesday 3rd February 2010 4:46pm
marcelhm posted a comment on Wednesday 3rd February 2010 9:55am
Just a short thank you for another great story, I enjoyed reading it greatly.
my only real constructive criticism to add would be that you might want to consider some more adversity, except 1 dramatic reaction from Snape you on occasion told yourself what was wrong with the story when you let harry exactly "predict" what would come next, thing was we didn't really need harry for that.
anyway ( hopefully) till the next time!
huskerfan posted a comment on Monday 1st February 2010 12:17am
Good story, you did a good job especially in developing Heidi's character. Im glad that you are continuing to write, you and the other authors at this site are some of the best writers on fanfiction.
Infin1x posted a comment on Sunday 31st January 2010 6:28pm
This is a good length and an enjoyable story but the last two chapters seemed to be a bit rushed like "Bam here is the end oh and an epilogue."
Lee Dickie posted a comment on Sunday 31st January 2010 11:28am
A great story, thanks.
ghostchicken posted a comment on Saturday 30th January 2010 7:31pm
Bravo! Excellent ending! You put the old goat out of Harry's misery and in a rather artful manner, I might add. I was sad to see how Remus' life turned out. He had betrayed not only Harry, but his friends too. Thank you for keeping my Ron in Harry's camp where he belonged. I get rather upset at Ron-bashing...mostly because it's done so badly and for such lame reasons.
Luna as an anybody's--at least anybody's in the family. "It's almost like having friends." She's so unconventional, you can't help but love her.
I actually rather expected Katja and Ron to get together rather than Neville, but that's okay. I love Neville. He's an all-around good egg. As for the Weasleys, only three were bad apples, so the family wasn't a complete loss.
At the heart of all this misery lay Dumbledore, really. Voldemort was only a small part of the hell that was Harry's life. Dumbledore was the worst of it, unfortunately. This story proves that humans are fallible and even those we revere have their vices. Dumbledore's were greed, avarice, lust (for power), and arrogance. That's pretty much four of the seven deadly sins.
I like a gray Harry, because a gray Harry is believable. He's the good guy, but he's just as flawed as anyone else. The difference is that he realizes it and has a conscience that guides him. He did the dirty deeds he did because they culminated into what was right, not necessarily personal gain, although that came as a fringe-benefit.
As for the girls...well, that was different. But since they were all consensual, more power to them, I say. I think this also illustrates that family has more to do with a state of being rather than just blood. I have seven people in my life, one of them my husband, who are family to me. Three of them are my band-mates and the other three are their spouses. We're very much like a family of brother and sisters. We love each other very much and try to be there for each other when we're needed.
Anyway...enough gushing. Well done!
badboy1cdx posted a comment on Saturday 30th January 2010 5:49pm
The great Kinsfire lives! Woohoo!!
As with all your other work, I really enjoyed this story...I was a little disappointed that there was no smut, but, *shrug*, oh well...You explained what happened to Remus, Dumbles, Snape and Tonks, but what happened to Moody and the Weasels? Thanks for posting the newn(old? new to me anyway! :) ) story!
BJH posted a comment on Saturday 30th January 2010 1:00pm
But what happened to Ginny and her marriage contract with Draco? How did Harry inherrit the Black name if Draco was named the heir?
witowsmp posted a comment on Saturday 30th January 2010 1:19am
Excellent story. I love how Dumbledore was caught with his own words!
I love happy endings. In fact, I hardly think a story without a happy ending is worth reading.
William Martin posted a comment on Saturday 30th January 2010 1:08am
Talk about going out with a bang!! WOW!
Thanks again for a great story.
Orion posted a comment on Saturday 30th January 2010 12:47am
Great! Thank you very much for the new story. It was a lot of fun to read. While I'm happy to read a 'good dumbledore' story, it's particularly satisfying when he's bad and actually gets what's coming to him.
Thanks for writing!
Edward Becerra posted a comment on Friday 29th January 2010 11:15pm
I love it. I'll have to steal it. ^_^
honore11 posted a comment on Friday 29th January 2010 10:16pm
I loved it. Rather poetic justice for all I think. Thanks
AlaskanKing posted a comment on Friday 29th January 2010 9:58pm
Another excellent story in your library. I really enjoyed it. Looking forward to your next.
Cynrom posted a comment on Friday 29th January 2010 9:54pm
A really great story. :)