|Reviews for Now cracks a noble heart|
| avid reader 12/10/12 . chapter 8
Please finish. I just found your works and they are a great read.
| RebeccaRoy 6/8/09 . chapter 3
This is reading like a Shakesphere play.
| RebeccaRoy 6/8/09 . chapter 2
Wow, Harry is in a right mess here.
| RebeccaRoy 6/8/09 . chapter 1
I am intregued by this.
| Dipi 4/16/09 . chapter 8
so weasley is out to fight Potter. let's see how hermione reacts
| Euclidian 4/16/09 . chapter 8
More than one noble heart is cracked in this tale. Ron behaves as we would expect, and who can blame him? From the outside, one wants to shout at the characters "No,you fool! Can't you see where this will lead?" But WS was showing us that, from the inside, every move seems logical and inevitable - such is human nature. It might seem that he was predicting the bloody confliccts of the 17th Century, but in fact the story can be traced to a Scandinavian legend, c.1200. Human nature, indeed.
| Cassandra30 3/30/09 . chapter 7
OK way too much Bard not enough you.
| Cassandra30 3/30/09 . chapter 6
Harry is now guilty of murder just like Snape for Arthur would have listened. Never be too quick on the trigger and never pull it without complete knowledge of your target. A stun would have been as good. This is now way beyond just lifting from the Bard this is filching in whole pages and chapters. lol
| Cassandra30 3/30/09 . chapter 5
Shades of Hamlet for sure! Now there were plenty of ways out for him. he simply chose not to take them. Don't let Harry go the same way.
| Cassandra30 3/30/09 . chapter 4
This is beginning to sound like Hamlet! Well, a lot of people have lifted from the Bard! hee hee
| Euclidian 3/30/09 . chapter 7
There's a very useful bit of advice that, apparently, Harry hasn't heard: When you're in a hole, the first thing to do is to stop digging." By now, I suppose it doesn't matter. Now poor Ginny has paid the price for his blood thirst.
He has escaped - what has become of Seamus and Dean? It can't be good.
What does he want of Hermione? Is she, too, doomed? Can she maintain her rational mind in the face of Harry's madness? That madness seems to act like a virus, spreading foulness throughout the castle and infecting all who come into contact with it. If only someone would say "Stop! - Enough!"
| Bad Mum 3/29/09 . chapter 4
Continued good stuff... Love Dean and Seamus.
| Bad Mum 3/29/09 . chapter 3
Poor Ginny, and I feel sorry for Arthur too having to tell her to stay away from Harry. I'm intrigued to see what happens next to poor beleaguered Harry.
| Bad Mum 3/29/09 . chapter 2
I suspect I don't know my Hamlet well enough for this! The formal sppech threw me rather, I must admit, but I'm enjoying it. Fascinating idea, and well handled so far.
| Euclidian 3/28/09 . chapter 6
It all unfolds as it must, but Harry's coldness to the slaying of Arthur is truly frightening. Thus does he condemn himself.