A Quickly Blurring Line
noylj posted a comment on Thursday 24th November 2011 4:33am for A Quickly Blurring Line
Good competent help is so hard to find.
Cassandra30 posted a comment on Wednesday 10th August 2011 2:31am for A Quickly Blurring Line
Oh Severus! How could you? <sigh> As for Harry inheriting I think it is terrific! I like the idea of Harry wishing Ragnok well. Nice scene with Griphook as well.
noylj posted a comment on Wednesday 26th December 2007 9:35pm for A Quickly Blurring Line
Sloppy, very sloppy. Other than Moldie himself, the DEs are no more than a self-inflicted sore in the WW. If people would take the fight to them, they wouldn't have a chance. Instead, they live on hope and prophesy.
Should have Dumbles in the villa or, at least, Amelia Bones. Does Susan know that her aunt is a bigotted bastard/bitch?
mashimaromadness posted a comment on Friday 19th October 2007 3:49am for A Quickly Blurring Line
Poor Grangers. Though it seems unlikely I do hope they make it out ok. Hermione will be devastated if they don't. I'm really liking this. I'm looking forward to moving into your work, also.
oldescript posted a comment on Thursday 2nd August 2007 7:28am for A Quickly Blurring Line
A really interesting story...your transition from the original piece I thought was very smooth...curious though...are you working from an existing story arc outline or is the direction of the plot solely up to you...great job by the way...I hope you see this through to the conclusion....
Wonderbee31 posted a comment on Friday 1st June 2007 12:18am for A Quickly Blurring Line
Nice to see this again, and will be looking forward to what happens next. Really like that this version of Remus is trying at least, and that James and Lilly are trying as well, and that Harry isn't just automatically accepting them like nothing happened.
TxA_GunFighter posted a comment on Tuesday 29th May 2007 2:43pm for A Quickly Blurring Line
Wonderbee31 posted a comment on Tuesday 29th May 2007 5:16am for A Quickly Blurring Line
Nice, though a bit shocking that it seemed to end up with Hermione's parents being killed, and if they are dead, then I hope Snape pays hard, as he's a vindictive, petty little brat, who seems to have never grown up.
Rebel Goddess posted a comment on Sunday 27th May 2007 5:28pm for A Quickly Blurring Line
That was a really mean place to end the chapter. I agree with Harry more than Remus about the Potters. Albus is crazy. Great chapter. More please.
Evan Mayerle posted a comment on Sunday 27th May 2007 5:21pm for A Quickly Blurring Line
Ah, quite the evolving story here. I like the way everyone is having to adjust to a new dynamic in all the relationships. I hope whatever has happened to Hermione's parents won't separate her from Harry; though I notice that there's a lot unstated in the attck on that villa.
Christina C. Keimig posted a comment on Sunday 27th May 2007 4:31pm for A Quickly Blurring Line
Well, this is a fantastic story so far, and I'm interested to see where you take it now that it's in your hands. I didn't comment earlier because I was too busy going on to the next chapter and all. Awesome that Dobby was sicced on Dumbledore (and Snapey, of course).
Prince Charon posted a comment on Sunday 27th May 2007 3:46pm for A Quickly Blurring Line
Interesting, in a rather painful way.
Quizer posted a comment on Sunday 27th May 2007 2:34pm for A Quickly Blurring Line
Interesting. Of course I have to wonder which parts are you and which parts are the original author now... ;)
I wonder why Dumbledore cries so much. I never saw him as the type to cry at all. I'd probably have him show his deep-seated regret differently.
The possessions by Voldemort and the stone to drive him out are very interesting and well done. Most people forget about the possession attempt in the Ministry, but this story follows up on it. At least they have something to keep it in check.
Looking forward to the next chapter!
in-kinsfire posted a comment on Sunday 27th May 2007 2:33pm for A Quickly Blurring Line
I feel slightly concerned about the Granger's, but from everything you have written, it really sounds like this is going to backfire horribly onto Voldemort, what with the ``should be'' and smugness and all.
Great chapter. Please continue.
Teresa Lynne posted a comment on Sunday 27th May 2007 1:10pm for A Quickly Blurring Line
Hmmmmm....I hope that the Grangers are safe! But either way Snape should be toast! It should have occured to him that he'd be high on the list of suspects if anything like that ever happened to any of Harry's friends. Here's hoping that they weren't there, and that someone takes " Snapey's " wand and shoves it in a sensative area sideways and then sets it on fire! As for Dumbledore....sigh. Honestly, I wonder how a person can have such a rep for wisdom and still be such a fool. There are many ways Harry could have grown up with adversity that didn't preclude him having his family and a loving home. Havens, just the fact that Voldemort and compamy existed and he was supposed to face them at some point could have counted. It looks like Dumbledore took the worst possible interpretation and ran with it! It's all well and good to be willing to fall on a sword for the sake of others but it's in poor taste to sacrifice people without their permission and/or knowlegde and then still feel that you're justified by doing it! I hope that McGonagall and company make his life a terror until he realizes exactly where he screwed up! I also wonder if he'll tell Hermione " it's for the greater good" if her parent's have been injured and/or killed and they realize Snape is behind it? I also liked seeing how Harry and the others are bonding..... they'll all make mistakes as they build they family that Dumbledore stole from them; but the caring is there and has strong roots.High fives to Tonks and Remus, and I hope that they find out what happened to the real Amelia Bones soon! Thanks for continuing this story, and I'm looking forward to the next chapters!
KLGreen posted a comment on Sunday 27th May 2007 9:06am for A Quickly Blurring Line
Snape is going to die
curalium lacrimo posted a comment on Sunday 27th May 2007 8:14am for A Quickly Blurring Line
I don't like hermione as a character, it is rare i find a story in which i enjoy how the character is written, so when i say i dont like hermione in this one, it's really not suprising. Other than that I have enjoyed it so far and understand that as so far it's been mostly not your own story, I was wondering if you are changing any of the characterisations?
James Barber posted a comment on Sunday 27th May 2007 5:28am for A Quickly Blurring Line
Hey sorry about my earlier stupidity! I realize shortly after your email to me that I failed to check a mere micro-meter below your story to see that you had permission from the author.
Now that's out of the way, thank god someone as good as you is taking over this story, its way to good to just lie dormant in the abandon stories file.
As to this new chapter, umm as usually up to your standards but whats with the cliffie? Now then you need the villa the deatheaters destroyed to be something important enough to get the international something or other to come into the scrap and this will piss off voldie so much that it will actually make him scared for the first time!
Alorkin posted a comment on Sunday 27th May 2007 4:55am for A Quickly Blurring Line
This Voldemort is a lot nastier than JKR's. He's intelligent and ruthless, with plenty of 'cruel' to spice things up. Nice touch with Bella. too bad he didn't kill her.
Dumbledore is stuck in a conundrum. He regrets his actions, but knows that given the same conditions, he'd follow th same path. Does that make him bad, or does it make him a general.
Remus may or may not havebeen put of line. Chewing out James and Lily in the manner he did, was particularly mean hearted, even if he thought they deserved t. He's more focused on the fact that they weren't there, than the fact that after fifteen years, they were.
Tonks is a brave women.She's willing to fight the injustice of bigots rather than knuckle under., Good girl! sez I!
Well, that was a nice little cliffy! That had t be your work, Keith. Of course, nobody said that Doctor's Granger were IN the villa at the time. the Light was clearly an automatic. *Snicker! Stupid wizards!* Let's hope Harry was able to warn them away. IF not, the story has just gotten much harder.
As always, I eagerly await the next chapter of 'Wishful Thinking'. Alorkin
kyoshi posted a comment on Tuesday 12th December 2017 9:33pm for A Quickly Blurring Line