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mashimaromadness posted a comment on Saturday 1st March 2008 6:12pm for Chapter 8

This is exciting. I hope I get the opportunity to read again soon. I want to know how this battle goes. I mean, I know the overall outcome, that much is obvious, but I want to see the whole thing.

TxA_GunFighter posted a comment on Saturday 9th February 2008 1:06pm for Chapter 8

Outstanding chapter.


Debbie Hollander posted a comment on Tuesday 10th April 2007 10:00am for Chapter 8

Please update soon . Please don't kill Harry or one of his wives or unborn child.

Christopher Estep posted a comment on Monday 26th March 2007 4:45am for Chapter 8

The Weasleys are the intended targets of Draco's *prank* (which I forecast in a review in an earlier chapter), because of the long and VERY bitter feud between the Weasleys and Malfoys (remember way back in Ginny's first year, Arthur and Lucius got into a brawl in Diagon Alley). With Lucius in the pokey, Draco took it upon himself to end the feud (and get in a dig at Lucius at the same time). Think; there are Marked students in the castle! How galling do YOU think it would be for Lucius to find out that his own flesh and blood son (namely Draco) is looking up to Harry Potter (who is younger than he is) as a father-figure? Losing his wife (and his money) to Harry is painful enough; losing his SON will be extra galling. Lucius will almost certainly do a Vernon Dursley over this news; that also means that he won't be thinking clearly. That will (naturally) make him a major liability to Riddle. While Riddle could use him as a kamikaze, I think it more likely that Riddle will AK Lucius for failing too many times.

Christopher Estep posted a comment on Monday 26th March 2007 4:27am for Chapter 8

The prank I forecast did indeed happen, which give both Ginny and Ron a clue (not to mention the rest of the Gryffindors). Narcissa and Hermione are poisoned, but the poison is discovered and treated, so both recover. The poisoner happens to be Draco's ex, Pansy, who tries (and fails) to escape a rather pissed Harry (and Draco) who do the apprehension. Pansy's attempts at threatening Harry, naturally, fail miserably (which both Harry *and* Draco explain why in excruciating detail to the Marked carriage-chaser). The scans of Pansy's Mark bear fruit; another six Marked students are found (and are hit with tracking spells), and I would think that MLE is following suit at the Ministry Building. I wait in anticipation for the Wizengamot meeting.

ShadowNixxie posted a comment on Saturday 17th March 2007 3:19pm for Chapter 8

I haven't read this story yet, but I thought this would be the best place to tell you about an error on your page becuase this was the most recent update...

Your story,

A Time to Reflect

is,'t showing up... I click on the title and it takes me to where the chapters would be listed, but it doesn't list anything... I don't know if this is just on my computer, or if it's a bug on the site, but I'd really like to read that story...

Thanks for listening to me, and I'm sorry this isn't a real review!

Always keep a sharp quill and a full pot of ink nearby; you never know when inspiration will strike!


DJ Rodriguez posted a comment on Saturday 17th March 2007 1:16pm for Chapter 8

Ah, some minor trouble resolved but I get the feeling that the problems have only just begun. Harry, you and your wives need to be on guard now! Draco, you and the others need to be on your toes too.

This was kick ass! Keep it up!

sasqch posted a comment on Wednesday 14th March 2007 2:09am for Chapter 8

I am glad to see this story have an update; not only that but apparently we are nearing the conclusion.

That being said, I unfortunately have to say that I really didn’t enjoy this chapter. It seemed to be simply filler.

First we are given the scene in the Great Hall dealing with the continuing redemption of the evil little shit that is Draco Malfoy. Okay, so fine, you’re pulling a Rowling and undoing five books worth of conceited, bigoted, and plain out evil Draco and introducing a misunderstood and a deep thinking yet confused young man. Whatever. We were already given this in the last chapter, including the asking for an increase in the allowance joke. I understand that the story is being told from Narcissa’s point of view, but hell, she was completely blasé about Draco’s injury in Chapter 4 (when again he insulted Harry and his family), so why would this repeated interaction be that important. Granted, I am biased against any scene or story that counters the established evil that is Draco.

The only other reason for this scene that I can see was for the Weasleys to get screen-time. But again, it didn’t seem necessary. We know that, eventually, Ron would be swayed to Harry and Hermione’s point of view on Draco, especially if the change was gradual, lasting and sincere. Having Ron simply accept Draco at face value seemed to be a little too neat and quick. Also, I found it a bit off that Ginny would insert herself into the scene as she did. I don’t recall her being that forward in the first five books. Again, I will admit to a bias against her character. But I found it wrong that she would be the one to greet and accept Draco before anybody else. It seemed to say that she was closer to Harry and Hermione than any other person at the table, which I flat out simply refuse to accept. And having Ron acknowledge Draco’s personality replacement only after Ginny did reduces Ron’s act to nothing.

The other main scene was the poisoning of Hermione and Narcissa. This seemed to be very off and odd. Why would Pansy poison these two? If she was acting under the orders of Voldemort, shouldn’t she have at least tried to poison Harry too? Hell, even if she was doing it on her own accord, she wouldn’t have just targeted those two. And apparently the poison used was not too obscure or too deadly; so that really brings the scene down as being interesting. I can understand that you may be creating a bit of foreshadowing with Narcissa scanning the Dark Mark, but the scene still seemed to be merely filler. However, I was wondering if you were planning on having the poison somehow interact with Hermione’s contraceptive measures. Beyond that, I have no idea why the scene happened. It couldn’t have been to show that the bigoted pure-bloods dislike Muggleborn and/or traitors, since that is more than obvious.

Even though I found this chapter to be mostly empty of new plot or character advancement, as I started with, I am still enjoying this story and am looking forward to the ending.


Steve Stephan posted a comment on Tuesday 13th March 2007 12:55pm for Chapter 8

I read the whole thing one shot. I look forward to your next chapter. I'm curious as to your plans for the crazy sister and whom you'll be naming as the Hogwart's death eaters.

Steve Stephan - Geovanni Luciano

GuardianOfLight posted a comment on Tuesday 13th March 2007 9:55am for Chapter 8

Wonderful chapter, please please PLEASE update soon.


texasranger_10 posted a comment on Monday 12th March 2007 10:43am for Chapter 8

oh this is getting good.. ha ha ha. i love the way you write. i have yet to find any story you write to be bad. it's impossible. keep it up.

kainboa posted a comment on Monday 12th March 2007 10:18am for Chapter 8

great chapter as usual, can't wait to see what comes up next

keep up the great work :)

CoyoteScion posted a comment on Monday 12th March 2007 8:56am for Chapter 8

excellent chapter, much slacking fodder here for me. thank you. keep it up

Wonderbee31 posted a comment on Monday 12th March 2007 3:45am for Chapter 8

A wonderful chapter here, and great to see some of the greatest witches minds plotting like they are, I'd guess that the wizarding world doesn't stand a chance, and they might finally be able to make it advance in one form or another.

Christina C. Keimig posted a comment on Sunday 11th March 2007 4:03pm for Chapter 8

Interesting developments.
Rather clumsily-done of Pansy, I must say.

PerfesserN posted a comment on Sunday 11th March 2007 12:15pm for Chapter 8

Excellent, as usual, nice placement for the dark mark I must say. It'll be bittersweet to see the end of this series, like saying goodbye to old friends. Ah, well.
Write on,
write on.

Ken Warner posted a comment on Sunday 11th March 2007 10:06am for Chapter 8

another wonderful chapter - this is a most enjoyable story, very well balanced in the various elements of romance, adventure, humor and action. Incredible job in reforming the Malfoys in a believable manner.
thanks and warmest regards posted a comment on Sunday 11th March 2007 5:05am for Chapter 8

Wow! I hope that the baby wasn't harmed due to the poison. I can't wait to see the next Wizengamot meeting and what wonderful things Harry does in it. I wonder how much chaos he can create while thwarting Voldedorks plans? DO keep up the outstanding work and update soon please:):):):)

Stanley Chalk posted a comment on Sunday 11th March 2007 3:18am for Chapter 8

Love this story. can't wait for the next chapter/

DrT posted a comment on Sunday 11th March 2007 12:25am for Chapter 8

A fun, if short, chapter.