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Shadowdog posted a comment on Monday 25th January 2016 8:04pm

Great story. There were a few times where I felt that he was a bit multi-personality, but then again who of us isn't? Happy to add it to my list for reading again at a later date!

Imonwashere posted a comment on Sunday 6th December 2015 8:03pm

This is the first story I have ever read by you and it is amazing from the story line to how you portray your characters. I would like to thank you for writing and give you a million donuts plus a livetime subscription to Animal Planet Mag. Also the way you write yor disclaimers and author notes is so freaking unique I always take the time to read each one fully just to get a giggle.

adafrog posted a comment on Friday 3rd April 2015 3:58pm

Love this! It was a wonderful story.

kitus posted a comment on Wednesday 13th August 2014 8:09pm

THAT was what i had a question about and couldn't remember. I get the whip. What was up with the marshmallows?!?

Seriously love this story, and can't wait for lavender to get hers like Frances did.

Trixtor posted a comment on Sunday 16th February 2014 5:06am

Still love this story.

Trixtor posted a comment on Sunday 16th February 2014 4:08am

I love this story.

Noble Korhedron posted a comment on Thursday 1st August 2013 2:58am

Woah, just woah... :-D

Noble Korhedron posted a comment on Wednesday 31st July 2013 3:41pm

Moving on to Ch. 3

Trixtor posted a comment on Friday 7th December 2012 4:53pm

Just a great story all around. I didn't really find any flaws in it, so, well, this may be the first review I've ever left that is entirely positive.

No, wait, forgot about A Marauder's Plan, that's also pretty damn good.

Man of Kent - Railwayman posted a comment on Wednesday 24th October 2012 11:49am

Really good story, I enjoyed it a lot

Araytigre posted a comment on Thursday 18th October 2012 9:32pm

Brilliant! Bravo, Bravo! I bow before you while basking in your Greatness, and holding up a large box of Voodoo Donuts for your enjoyment! OK, enough groveling (not that there can be TOO much, lol). This was a lot of fun, I enjoyed every moment of it. In a way, Harry, Remus and Sirius pulled the ultimate prank on the British Wizarding world (even if it started out with a Major Gamble), yes, Harry did disappear to parts unknown, but he did come back and save the World (again). It didn't surprise me that Luna was the only one that knew that Harry was Harry, she has always "known" things that might be almost impossible for the average Witch or Wizard to know without a lot of help. If you think about it, anybody who knows Hermione, she wasn't going to go and start a relationship with just anybody, particularly in the short amount of time that she did with Harry/Evan. That and just about everyone knows that Sirius didn't have any other relatives, if so, Narcissa at least would have known the truth of that, as all "purebloods" know their "familys" to the nth degree. It might have been fun to see Harry and Hermione go thru University in Japan, but this way worked out too. Now to go back to ff.net and read the latest update of "Wings". Thank You. TTFN

tranz2deep posted a comment on Thursday 20th September 2012 9:09am

On fanfiction.net, I go by the handle CystalBlaze. I would like to comment here that I am NOT the Crys currently hopping about on one foot!

I like the way that these brilliant and possibly psychotic writers apply the human (or at least sapient) element to the personae and personalities in their stories.

They stay on theme, on message, and on track, which is so amazing i am not surprised other reviewers don't know how to handle it.

As for the AN sections, a little chaos is needed in life, and they make their stories so neat that it has to show up in the rest of their lives.

(Bob, Alyx, I grieve with theee at the lack of llama in your lives, btw. Just saying, if a bit in the Vulcan manner.)

Not that that's out of the way--

*gives that other Crys a pair of kneepads and kicks the moron in the shins even harder*

morcheller posted a comment on Tuesday 17th July 2012 10:57am

This is a great story. That said, I must repeat the post I have put in many other places: "I hate authors notes!" They seriously detract from the story. I try to skip over them but, I always have a suspicion that if I don't at least look at them then someday, somebody will actually make an important remark in one that I should have known about. Enough of my diatribe!

I am thoroughly enjoying this story, with the slight exception of the Quibbler articles, and hope to see more from these authors.

Thanks for the good read!

misteryman526 posted a comment on Friday 1st June 2012 3:32pm

I really like all your stories that I've read, and this one is turning out to be one of my favorites, but (you had to know there would be a 'but' there!) there is one plot point in this chapter that I found unbelievable. When Harry is searching for Nagini he finds " several unsolved deaths and disappearances". You described Nagini killing several people and specified they were too big for her to eat. She wouldn't be able to hide the bodies, so the authorities should have found corpses with very obvious causes of death (huge snakebites with unknown but deadly venom). I would think that the newspaper headlines would have been a lot more frantic and inflammatory, especially after Nagini killed the one man and you implied that she went hunting for a crying baby to feed on. There really should have been a bunch of Muggles hunting for giant venomous snakes across the countryside.

Gioia posted a comment on Monday 7th May 2012 10:39pm

I greatly enjoyed this story - thank you! It was a marvelous distraction in the midst of a few Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Days. ;-) I very much appreciate all your hard work.

Ironhair posted a comment on Monday 9th April 2012 3:36pm

I felt this story lacked the subtlety and nuances ur later works have, but it was still a nice story to read re: HP/HG and various related aspects... The books, the apparition, etc.

Thanks for a nice read.

Mommy2db posted a comment on Tuesday 27th December 2011 9:54pm

OK, I discovered Bobmin on FF.net and followed Bob and Alex here to fanficauthors.net and haven't regretted a moment of it. I've read a bunch of your stories at this point and they are good reads. I've recommended you to a number of my friends as well.

Although they border on sadistic porn, the disclaimers are almost the best parts of your stories. How you come up with the ideas you do is amazing. I agree with you wholeheartedly, sanity is definitely over rated.

But, in order to keep your heads from swelling, there is just one minor problem my nit-picking self needs to mention. Please be careful of homonyms (not to be confused with any other type of homos). You're is used as a contraction for you are. Your is possessive. Hey, but if your misuse of homonyms is the only thing I can pick on, you are doing great.

Keep writing and keep healthy. Ill keep reading (but only the completed fics).

I love you guys and wish I had some sugar-free donuts to send.

HarryxLuna03244 posted a comment on Friday 16th December 2011 8:00am

Have to say this is most different then most of your guys other work, that Ive read of course I think what I like most about it is really the character development very solid.

Lerris Smith posted a comment on Tuesday 22nd November 2011 9:04pm

This is a good start so far. The only obvious issue that comes to mind is in one fell swoop many of the standard Harry Potter antagonists were eliminated, although it is too soon to know what impact that will have. On a side note, this site could really use an interface that allows one to search and list stories meeting different criteria.

dougal74 posted a comment on Saturday 29th October 2011 1:41pm

Wow, I love this story and was just having a reread and caught your AN about the Naga ghost pepper enema...I'm sure you realise that on the old Scoville ratings, that the Naga comes in 1,500,000 just below chemical warfare products - compared to the very weak Jalapeno at around 7,500 scovilles.

I'm not sure anyone could survive having a couple of litres of tear gas shoved into there colon. And to carry out any such torture on your readers, would be pure evil...I doth my cap to you pure genius. :@)