|Reviews for The Prisoners Of Azkaban|
| USA-Jeanette 6/7/13 . chapter 13
Were they justified? No. I am not a big reliever in vengeance. I much prefer justice. I would have rathered they took over the wizengamut and forced all wo testified against them to take veritaserum. If they knowingly lied under oath, then they should be forced to serve out the sentence of whomever they testified against. If they were simply stupid, well that should not be punishable by death. That they forced Remus to help murder his beloved and basically had Dumbledore raped by both man and beast makes them worse than the one they were punishing. Are they evil? Depends on your definition of evil. I think that any action that harms another unless in defense of someone is evil... But mostly I think they were flawed, very very flawed human beings.
| USA-Jeanette 6/7/13 . chapter 11
... we have cookies, lol!
| Twi's Dreamer 6/5/13 . chapter 8
i like the story but i wish they act more mature...but i still like the story rather short though :)
| Guest 5/25/13 . chapter 13
As for all the killings they did I call it... For the greater good!
| imnotraven16 5/26/13 . chapter 13
awesome story. the're not good or evil the're neutral
| Dohvakiin1503 5/15/13 . chapter 13
You can call them the wizarding assassin's. they protected the freedom of the magical creatures and okay they got revenge but he who doesn't.
| Guest 4/28/13 . chapter 13
| Dyani91 4/1/13 . chapter 13
shades of grey
| Viertel 3/22/13 . chapter 8
"Her skeleton will lie in the chamber forever"
That is, perhaps, the absolutely most poetic "justice" I've seen visited upon Ginny in these style of stories. The entire story is really well written and most everyone gets punished via hitting them the hardest emotionally and mentally (Twins' shop, Ron and spiders, Ginny and the Chamber, etc.).
Very interesting read.
| SteckerHater 3/17/13 . chapter 13
shout out to another blue fellow and a good story, but of all people, you had to pick JT, might as well add Cole to the lot!
| DLRP 2/10/13 . chapter 13
In answer to your questions, Harry and Daphne needed only to be justified in their own minds. The act of ending a life to significantly improve the lives of others is justifiable. Ask any government with a death penalty. Or any soldier fighting to protect himself, his fellow soldiers, his country. In the end of your story, Harry and Daphne were extraordinary people who had the will, ability, and courage to do what was both just and necessary to stop the sliding of the wizarding portion of Britain into an even worse totalatarian oligarchy.
While I see some of their methods to be excessive - some might even say obscene - the end result was the same - the right people died and the world is a better place for it.
Were I in the same place, I would likely not have been so forgiving.
| DLRP 2/10/13 . chapter 11
YAY! Hermione is back!
I'm STILL sad about Luna. I love Luna.
| DLRP 2/10/13 . chapter 9
I had not realised Remus was one of them.
| DLRP 2/10/13 . chapter 8
Oh Gods! That ending is truly horrific. Excellent evil.
| DLRP 2/10/13 . chapter 7
Speaking from personal experience, adding a third person after a number of years a couple is together actually re-energises the relationship and actually seems to invigorate the creativity of all three people involved.
I can also see possible magical mechanisms which would allow Hermione's core to grow to similar size as Harry/Daphne, however, I think it would be more interesting for Hermione to play a submissive, almost-pet-like role with them being mutually dominant. Hermione would feel some residual guilt, even with the memories of Draco using her removed, and would feel she owed both of them a life debt of some significant magnitude.
I very much enjoyed this chapter and am looking forward to reading the rest of the story so far.