|Reviews for Harry Potter and the Irish Choice|
| trouble97018 5/23/13 . chapter 4
I really liked this one. There is one question though:
What happened to the Hogwarts Library and artifacts?
| OoOXylionOoO 5/20/13 . chapter 4
Wonderful fanfiction !
Keep up the awesome work man !
| OoOXylionOoO 5/20/13 . chapter 3
Man this is brilliant !
| OoOXylionOoO 5/20/13 . chapter 1
This story is great :D
| Nytefyre 4/19/13 . chapter 4
I enjoyed this twist on the departure of Harry from Hogwarts. He's quite a bit more in possession of himself, but it's well plotted and reasonable. I like the fact that while hard work and dedication give him abilities above the average, he's not a "super Harry" and achieves his successes against opponents through their mis-estimation of his abilities, particularly his ability to think things through.
Thanks for posting.
| narrassae 4/5/13 . chapter 4
Nicely wrapped up.
Well scripted. Not what I was looking for, but well written nonetheless.
Thanks for sharing.
| Playing with Destiny 4/1/13 . chapter 1
Great fic. I fell in love with your Harry and the way you you went about Dumble's involvement in his life. Thanks for posting.
| Vaanarash 3/29/13 . chapter 1
I think the one thing about this chapter that truly bugged me were the reactions -or lack thereof- of the other Hogwarts teachers. McGonagal knew about the illegal mail redirect, yet she never really seemed to have a reaction to it one way or the other. Is she Dumbledore's Bellatrix? So fanatically loyal that she questions nothing? Or how about when Dumbledore reveals that Snape is a pedophile in front of the rest of the staff. Dumbledore was clearly angry/appalled by his actions, yet the only emotion we see mentioned from the rest of the staff at that was a few sympathizing with Snape. Where was the disgust or outrage that Snape was abusing students? Where was the shock that Dumbledore had been violating a students rights for the better part of a decade. Not just any student either, but a damn national hero.
I don't know, the teachers just didn't seem to exist beyond physically existing. It's not a bad story by any means, it's a decent plot that's fairly well written. But those lack of reactions really kept me from enjoying it.
| Mathlover4 3/25/13 . chapter 4
I really like your story and twisted everything around! Excellent plot/chracter developemnet! I hope you do a sequel! And the 'squid' thing was so funny!
| Anonymous 3/23/13 . chapter 4
I loved this story! I read this story after one of my friends told me to read it, and I'm definitely going to read your other fanfictions!
| Hurin3 3/12/13 . chapter 4
Great story, even if isn't really a HP fic. Nobody acts in character. I'm not complaining when it is constructed so cleverly and succinctly.
| Venus914 3/8/13 . chapter 4
Uhm? What happened to Ronald Weasley? Was he just petrified or dead. I hope he's dead though... LOL. How can Fred and George afford the Scoil? With the Ministry in ruins, I doubt Arthur have a job. I doubt they have savings either because i remember in book 2 how many Galleons the Weasley have in their family vault. I also doubt that Bill as a curse breaker (from your story, they earn a lot) sends them money because all the time in canon, the Weasleys have been poor and Bill has been curse breaking for awhile. And Harry was able to give the twins his Triwizard winnings because it didnt happen in your story. So, how can 2 Weasleys afford it? Will all those classes, as well as muggle classes that is required in Scoil, the tuition must have been more expensive than Hogwarts.
Im curious about Granger though. She is someone i hate, together with Ginny, Molly and Ron. But as they didnt have much to do with Harry in your story, i guess, they dont matter at all.
| FreelanceBum 3/7/13 . chapter 4
A lot of interesting bits, but the way Britain crumbled just feels unrealistic.
| FreelanceBum 3/7/13 . chapter 2
Not a fan of the dumbles I take it.
| RWB 3/1/13 . chapter 1
Just a nitpick: Durmstrang is actually in the northernmost parts of Scandinavia, most likely Norway(though Sweden is possible too).
It makes no sense from a real world perspective- why use a german name? Why do the russians/bulgarians/germans/swiss go there, while we have no norse or swedish students shown? Could it be as simple as Rowling not really thinking this through?
Germany/Czech does make lot more sense for Durmstrang.