|Reviews for The Shadow of the Wizarding World|
| Jerm069 chapter 27 . 9/22
OMG! This is an amazing story! I like the tension of the different female characters and Harry without it seeming like Harry is some lady-killer. He still acts like he is a young teenager and doesn't know what to do at times. I like it. cannot wait to see where this is taken. I love your choice in female angst too. I always thought Tonks and Harry were a pair I like to read about together. Luna too though. I hope you can get another update here sometime soon. Thanks and hope to hear from you soon.
| musme chapter 27 . 9/20
I like it
| Scififan33 chapter 8 . 9/17
So why couldn't he claim the house of Slytherin considering how he's been attacked multiple times by Riddle?
| Faery66 chapter 27 . 9/16
Hope to read more soon.
| Guest chapter 15 . 9/9
HOW DARE YOU
| Lliono chapter 14 . 8/26
I love this fic, but the misspelling in the omake "harry ending" made me somewhat uncomfortable.
| monkiepawn chapter 27 . 8/20
Not really happy with the development, Im more mad of this cliche of him using dark forgotten magic out of knowhere and in front of hundreds just so he has even more problems with his public opinion, competition, enemies, and/or his company.
So Remus death was totally forgotten just so we can have a new Dark Lord for the wizard world...
The story is good, but it was a sad ending in this chapter. Hope we dont get a whole "Harry Potter is Dark" from the news, and a convict/prosecut from the corrupted ministry.
BTW, sorry for my english :(
| jdboss1 chapter 10 . 8/19
Good Ron is dead
that made my day
ron/Dementors xxx sound just right
| Guest chapter 27 . 8/2
Why are you killing everyone? What about Tonks?
| Guest chapter 19 . 8/2
I don't understand the Wesley sbeing so against Harry so as to change their doctrines. Isn't that just a bit irrational? And what Perry said about Harry to be blamed for the Chamber incident...don't they know it was Ginny ' s fault she was possessed. And why blame Hermione?
| Elton chapter 27 . 7/6
Very Interesting. I like it.
| RHJunior chapter 20 . 7/3
Gotta agree with the assessment of the twins. Considering what it's implied they've done to Ron... tormented him constantly with pranks, used him as a guinea pig, turned his teddy bear into a giant spider in his arms...
| RHJunior chapter 10 . 6/29
okay, gotta get two things off my chest.
one, you can't write twelve year olds worth a damn. Don't take it personally, few fanfic writers can; they all insist on writing even preadolescent children as if they were twenty year old English Lit majors. It's galling. I don't care if they were raised in Victorian England and force-fed copies of Pride and Prejudice every morning, and I don't care how precocious you think your character should be, even super-genius twelve year old children do not talk, think, or reason like this. Watch some. Listen to them. Emulate.
Two, I just have trouble stomaching this whole "muggleborns need to learn and preserve the wizarding traditions and culture" riff. Maybe it's because I'm an American, but authors start shoving that in my face and my first impulse is to look for a can of gasoline and a book of matches.
The system of Nobility and caste is a mark of SHAME on civilization. It wasn't romantic or genteel or "more civilized," it was a state of affairs so wretched and revolting and rife with inherent abuse of the underclass that when America threw off the yoke of the British Empire, she banned titles of Nobility right in the Constitution!
The Title of Nobility Clause is a provision in Article I, Section 9, Clause 8 of the United States Constitution that not only forbids the United States from granting titles of nobility, but restricts members of the government from receiving gifts from foreign states without the consent of the United States Congress...a similar clause in Article I, Section 10, Clause 1 bars the individual states from granting titles of nobility as well.
WHY do writers romanticize it and try to have Harry and Hermione eagerly trying to adopt it to "smooth things over?" The only people in the books who bought that drivel were the Death Eaters- just as you'd expect from disaffected malcontents with delusions of "regaining their rightful place." Everyone else, even those RAISED in more traditional homes, canonically give said drivel no attention save to condemn it!
| hughfj08 chapter 4 . 6/29
this aging nonsense has thrown me off,
its just wrong, if you wanted an older character then start when he was older,
surely the setting Dobby free scene wasn't the only opportunity you could find for someone to kill harry
| RHJunior chapter 4 . 6/28
dried blood is brown, not crimson.