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utkari02 posted a comment on Thursday 1st October 2015 3:35am for Parallels

I really enjoyed this. The alternate dimensions made this much different than any fic I've read before. I will admit that it took a little while to get into but in the end I really loved it. There were reminders of sunset that I enjoyed like the anti-Ron aspect of it and the Super Harry concept. I didn't really enjoy the sexual assault parts. They felt unnecessary to me. All in all, bravo.

Noble Korhedron posted a comment on Tuesday 10th March 2015 3:42pm for Parallels

Fourth(?) reading. Still a class fic. :-)

Noble Korhedron posted a comment on Sunday 15th June 2014 8:09am for Parallels

Still as good as it was before. My, what, third(?) reading? Wish you'd add more, but I can understand if you don't....

gara5289 posted a comment on Saturday 17th November 2012 11:32pm for Parallels

Fantastic one-shot and i think Hermione works better for this idea then any other girl in the books.

ladybelz posted a comment on Wednesday 17th August 2011 12:54am for Parallels

What a wonderful story!!

Cassandra30 posted a comment on Thursday 24th March 2011 10:22pm for Parallels

Great story! The one thing I find hard to deal with is Hedwig. Since she is his familiar when he left her he broke her heart. She was his most constant friend and always there for him. He should have taken her with him. She could have ridden on his shoulder. At the very least she should have been given a choice.

phoenix_phyre_4 posted a comment on Tuesday 1st March 2011 11:28pm for Parallels

The last line is by far the best in this incredible story. This is the fifth time I've read it, and I'm still as in love with it as the first. You two are incredible! =]

joeBob posted a comment on Friday 15th October 2010 7:43am for Parallels

Well, now I realize why I must not have left a review years ago (which foolishly lead me to think I had not attempted to read this fic).

It's very cliche about the power-ups, lords, fortune, etc. But the fatal flaw, for me, is the ham-fisted melodramatics. Really chewing up the furniture.

Abraxan posted a comment on Saturday 14th August 2010 4:33am for Parallels

OI'm not a. H/HR shipper, but I enjoyed this anyway. Talk about a Super-Harry! I've never seen powers like that befor. Good story

Abraxan

noylj posted a comment on Thursday 22nd July 2010 3:14pm for Parallels

Going back and re-reading great stories just reinforces one thing—someone should have killed Bumbles a long time ago. Even your mostly good Bumbles still can't resist eavesdropping and "helping" others. Even the nicest version of Bumbles is still an irritating pric,..er, I mean person.
Hope you never stop writing and having fun.

Jaggedhart posted a comment on Sunday 7th March 2010 12:08am for Parallels

That was a very well written piece of lituriture.

Patches posted a comment on Thursday 4th March 2010 3:01am for Parallels

I really love this story. I read it long ago when I first found it and it is in my printed stories in Pride of Place. All of your stories are. I can't thank you enough for stories that are great to read the first time and for me are great friends I can return to later. Thanks for writing and adding to the Potterverse. I look forward to everything you write with equal pleasure. Thanks again. Patches

dan26 posted a comment on Saturday 20th February 2010 10:39pm for Parallels

corny but cute comes to mind

adams135 posted a comment on Saturday 20th February 2010 7:43pm for Parallels

I don’t generally like the “superhero – all power full” type Harry but you did it in a manner that was quite enjoyable. Just wanted to say … GREAT job.

Nancy Austin posted a comment on Thursday 11th February 2010 7:54am for Parallels

Awesome! Thank you so much! I have been describing fanfic to friends who are not computer literate. The best I could come up with was, "Take a story that you really enjoy and stick a 'what if...' into it. Now write the rest of the story as if that took place."
This was an excellent example of the genre. Thanks again.

Julia2 posted a comment on Sunday 10th January 2010 10:44am for Parallels

I read this story for the first a while back, and loved it. My only complaint is a minor point, really: The "Lust of Athena" potion? Athena was a virgin goddess who never married... as far as I know she never used her sexuality as a weapon either, preferring to use her intellect or battle skills. Aphrodite would have been a better choice of godddess, as she's Love and Beauty. It's a minor point, really, and it in no way detracted from my enjoyment of the story, but it did cause a moment or two of confusion on my part.

ed king posted a comment on Wednesday 21st October 2009 3:57pm for Parallels

Damm. Suckered again.
It's late. A one shot before bed. A single chapter to nod off to.

DUH! What the hell was think'in??
One chapter?
Huh!

Now it's amost 1am.

Great story. Nice spin on life without Harry. (but one chapter ???)

Thanksss
Ed

Thankssss
Ed.

artaud91 posted a comment on Saturday 10th October 2009 9:06pm for Parallels

God what a story the way that you are able to write is phenomenal please continue your writing

noylj posted a comment on Sunday 9th August 2009 5:21pm for Parallels

"I think our Miss Weasley would probably be stronger and more suitable for him, but he must be allowed to make his own choices. Miss Granger is a very strong witch, but not very strongly willed, although that might change, with his friendship to help guide her. I will watch them and see where this goes"

One assumes that all Bumbles, everywhere, can not resist sticking their overly large and crooked noses into things they have no business being concerned about, even with warnings.

Was he most upset at what Ginny did or that he couldn't redeem her?

Then, even at the end, he is still sticking his nose into things he has no business being involved in.

lordlugos posted a comment on Saturday 25th July 2009 9:55am for Parallels

Another good one, yep, absolutely. I do find it sad that Ginevra's thoughts and ideas didn't mellow, but that's life, isn't it?

Bravo.