Date: 30 Jun 2010 20:52 Title: Journey's End
Excellent! I enjoyed reading this story. Thank you for writing it, and please continue with your writing, you tell a great story. I enjoy stories with a harem, especially where Hermione is Alpha. Thanks for getting Lupin accepted back, I've NEVER thought that of him, or read any story where he harmed/hurt Harry. He's one of my favorite characters.
Date: 31 May 2009 1:27 Title: Journey's End
"The moon hung high and full on March 19th, 2230, finding Harry James Potter, age 229, and his wives," (last chapter of this story at the end...
Your math is off.. born in 1980, he would have died at the age of 250. Just thought you'd like to know. Otherwise great story.
Author's Response: Thanks for the heads up, I've changed it to the right year for the age, seeing as it's prior to his birthday, he's not yet to the "round year" yet, but still, thanks for the tip.
Date: 20 Nov 2008 9:46 Title: Six weddings and a meeting
Good grief...you've not only blatantly ripped off scenes from Bobmin...then you've made that into yet again another of your harem fics...
Author's Response: I don't see how I "ripped them off", as I credited Bobmin for Sunset and Sunrise, which was basically my jumping off point. Also, I stated that I ended the story as I did because I just couldn't move their plot in a different direction, rather it just went where it did, or became a reposting of Sunset/Sunrise. I understand that authors don't like people taking credit for their work, but this is fan fiction, meaning that we ALL "inspire" each other, some inspire more than they are inspired, but come on, just give up this stuff of "if part of your story even resembles another, you're stealing", it's childish and old.
Date: 09 Nov 2008 8:02 Title: Journey's End
This is the 1st of your works that I have read that is actually finished, and I enjoyed it a great deal, I liked the way you had the Queen and the spirits of long gone wizards helping, I liked the compassion that Harry showed.
Technically is is a well crafted story, dialogue smoothly integrated, no indigestible expository lumps, adequate but not overpowering descriptive scenes.
thanks for sharing
Author's Response: Thanks for reading, and a question, if you've begun (or have caught up with me on) "Changes". I'm toying with an idea, e-mail me at "firstname.lastname@example.org" or via the contact link on my profile, and I'll explain.
Date: 30 Oct 2008 16:56 Title: Journey's End
A good story although some of the chapters didn't transition well and the ending seemed a bit forced.
Author's Response: As I told another reader, this story was actually an AU of the "Sunset Series" written by BobMin over at FanFicAuthors.net. I wanted to try to do a different path after a certain point, but it just "wouldn't obey" and seemed to go in the same direction as the original series, so I just ended it.
Date: 25 Oct 2008 8:18 Title: Journey's End
I cried at the end i can't believe that. This is the first story that has had a ending that made me cry yet it was great. I loved it and i will recomend all my friends to read it to when they are atlest 18 do to the sexualy explicet parts.
Date: 20 Oct 2008 14:31 Title: Journey's End
While I generally enjoy your stories, and I'm especially looking forward to more of Changes; this one just seemed to be a Mulligan Stew mishmash of a bunch of different stories, and, as such, didn't do a thing for me. I'm sorry if this sounds harsh, but there was absolutely nothing in the story that I don't remember seeing before, in some form or another, and the chapters didn't flow well at all.
The entire story seemed to be a collection of related 'bits' but none of the characters, save Harry on occasion, had the slightest bit of personality.
Again, I generally like your stories, but, without a massive re-write, this one isn't one I'll be re-reading.
Author's Response: I know where you're coming from, and while the biggest "influence" for this was "Sunset/Sunrise Over Britain" by Bobmin, I had planned for it to "evolve" and take it's own path, but it just never did, which is why I ended it as I did. I guess the stories which influenced this one just wouldn't diverge enough, as they just wouldn't mesh with the plot I wanted to get to, so it's over, but I just couldn't blank it after posting it. Thanks for reading, and expect an update on Changes before too much longer, and I hope to have "Disco Isn't Dead" updated (or possibly finished) soon and another chapter for What If and There Is Only Power.....
Date: 16 Sep 2008 15:29 Title: A shift in the strategy
Here comes that Royal Sandbag, as Sir John Patrick Ryan would say....and from the very same Queen, who is now in his study, much to the utter shock and consternation of his Aunt Minerva (McGonnagall). In other news, Albus has been booted out of House Dumbledore (by Aberforth, no less), not to mention Amelia Bones wanting to nail Albus' hide to the door of her office for Potioning Ron.
Date: 15 Sep 2008 23:16 Title: The more things change
OK story I Guess, though like in most very powerful!Harry stories (be it magical, political or economical) the conflicts seems unsatisfying as Harry simply overpowers whatever he faces.
As a small note on the epilogue, how can Harry die in 2230 and be only 229 years old?
Author's Response: I will admit that this story just didn't want to work, and I had to force it. As for the math, oops?
Date: 05 Sep 2008 5:12 Title: Journey's End
Great end of the story mate, I love the letter to the Prophet and Tommy Boy.
I like the duel with Harry and Tommy Boy and what he did at the end of it.
I like how Harry give Remus another chance, I like the chances that Harry made.
Date: 30 Aug 2008 22:37 Title: A shift in the strategy
Ummm. Fine i love the story okay now it is time for me to rant about a few things. YOU KILLED HERMIONE WHAT IS WRONG WITH YOU. Okay now on to the smaller problem His love just got killed and he is more upset about Remus thats just cold and wrong. Okay now that my rant is over were still cool great stroy can't wait to finish this next chapter.