|Reviews for Potter vs Malfoy: War's End|
| serenity gray chapter 21 . 8/5/2008
This was bloody marvelous... but now you must write a sequel in which they find a cure for Harry...or where the kids are older that was quite entertaining in this story. your a total pro
| Firecanburn chapter 21 . 7/8/2008
I remember reading this story ages ago.
It's been such a long time, I'm glad you took the time to completely finish it.
A great ending to a great story.
| riskinglife chapter 21 . 7/5/2008
omg!i've just finished reading this entire story...it is absolutely done...i'm kinda in love with
| Go10 chapter 7 . 5/23/2008
Just reading through your story again.
Just had to say this made me laugh: “He’s right,” Harry cut in sharply. “We’re soaked, exhausted, and in some cases full of hot air.” (about Malfroy)
It's stuff like this that made me love your story the first time around.
| fruitloops was taken chapter 14 . 5/6/2008
So I was rereading this story for about the 5o millionth time and since I don't think I've ever reviewed I just wanted to say that this line of tristy's is my favorite in the whole story:
"They're dead! You've put them in a dead bubble?"
I must have a morbid sense of humor
| LittleRedOne chapter 21 . 4/12/2008
I had read this story before I had an author's account and I'm not sure if I reviewed or not. So I'll do it this time around. :)
I adore this story; which is why I came back to read it again. You made your own great characters and you wrote out pre-existing Harry Potter characters wonderfully. I think you're a brilliant writer.
As for your plot, amazing. You kept it very interesting and with each chapter you left me wondering about what would happen with a lot of things. I know the first time I read it I didn't really want to stop. Even though I clearly had other things to do. It would be getting late and I'd just be like "Oh I have time for one more" which of course turned in to two or three. That's half the reason I love this story, it can keep my attention to where I just want to hole up in my room and read it; even though I've read it before.
The ending was amazing too. I like how you switched over with the 'Bridging The Gap' parts. It filled in a lot of wonderings. And the epilogue was nice. The whole Harry thing was real sad though.
Well I think I reviewed a good amount, I don't want to go over board. So I'll sum it up again by saying that I ADORE THIS STORY!
| Jarik Tentsu chapter 21 . 3/24/2008
M, found myself reading one of my favorite fics from years back. I think this is the first time I reviewed it. o.O
It was an interesting idea. The characters were well developed, and it was a rather original story. The concept was simple, but you certainly brought a lot of complexities into the plot.
All the characters were interesting, as was their respective romances. Especially the OC characters - Cedric, Tristian, Dorian and Hayden - as well as the grown up versions of the four protagonists.
The building up of friendship between Harry and Draco was interesting to say the least.
It was depressing when I realized our beloved OCs would cease to exist in this timeline. It was even more depressing in BTG to realize they were losing their memories of it. It's just so sad.
BTG was like, a completely different story, but not a bad thing! I really enjoyed it. Thinking back over the last few hours that I've been reading this almost feels nostalgic. I mean, your story is set over so many years it *does* feel like so much time has past...and gawd, it's left me with this awful depressed feeling that I got when I graduated from high school.
The last chapter, with Harry old and weak was so depressing as well. I almost expected you'd write him dying off...I was about ready to cry at that point (Yes, I am a guy) P.
Seems everything in BTG seemed to be depressing. P
But it was a lovely fic...once again, BTG only worked so well because of all the chapters in the original PvM story - because it really felt epic.
Well anyways, I loved it this time too,
| miss devil's kiss chapter 21 . 3/21/2008
this is one of the best stories i've ever read :)
| Arianna Elizabeth Jackson chapter 21 . 3/5/2008
This story is really good. I'm sorry I havn't rewived yet, but i kept wanting to read more. how would Tristy and Hayden be cousins,or is it just an honary thing? And hows older Tristy or Ced?
| The Fayt In Purple chapter 21 . 2/17/2008
That was so cute. You definately grew as a writer during this story; there was some clear eveolution in style and proficiency between the beginning and the end. I'm also really impressed with where you went with this story: I was a little dubious about it, to tell the truth, as time travel is not easy to do well, and is a bit of an over-used/often botched plot device. You pulled it off spectacularly, though, and my hat is definately off to you. And you managed to turn out a fantastic epilogue that tied up every loose end. The grail idea was inspired; it's actually really plausible.
Basically, great job! I look forward to reading more of your work, as half way through this fic I realized I've read a few of your things before and adored them all. My poor homework is never going to get done...*le sigh*
Once more, for the record: you rock and are generally awesome as a writer.
The Fayt -
| Cris Malfoy chapter 21 . 1/29/2008
Thrilling! loved it! never seen such a nice fic involving time turners..
and you held it down to your theory all along.. impressive, girl!
Just for the record, when they were still young in the future, Draco calls Gin by Virginia, and later you name her Ginevra. Small mistake, tough.
Keep writing! Your stories are growing on me ] you might soon have the honor of being my favorite author! *Draco-ish pose*
| daydreamer04 chapter 21 . 1/7/2008
Simply wonderful. I've seen this story every so often in my searches yet ive never read it until now. I love it. I really like how you put everything together in the end and how their lives turned out were different form how their future selves were in the beginning.
| Patila chapter 21 . 1/5/2008
Probably one of the best fics, no matter what the fandom is ! And I read fics from a lot of fandoms.
| Go10 chapter 21 . 11/17/2007
At War's End and Bridging the Gap had two very, very different feels for me.
For me, At War's End was pretty much perfect. I loved everything about it, from the beginning, right down to the ending. I loved the pacing of it, its consistency, loved watching the blossoming relationship b/t Harry and Blaise and Draco and Ginny...loved how you made me so interested in your original characters... I dunno, I just loved [bold]everything[/bold]...I really can't say enough good things about it.
Its sequel, Bridging the Gap, to be honest...I had ambivalent feelings about it. I didn't hate it (far from it!), but I definitely did not love it on the same level as At War's End.
One complaint I have is how the story started out as chiefly Harry, Ginny, Blaise, Draco and then suddenly, in the 11th hour, we get this large dose of Hermione and Ron. I'm really glad you had Ron and Hermione involved in the end...it seemed only right that the people who was with Harry at the very beginning was involved in the final battle, but it seemed so forced, like you just decided one morning to insert these two characters into your plot at the last minute (I'm sure you didn't, but it's what it reads like to me) To rectify this, I think you should try to give Hermione and Ron a few scenes in the beginning in which they interact with one, or two of the main quartet (that being Harry, Ginny Blaise and Draco). Example, put a little scene where Hermione has a one on one talk with Draco or Ron a one on one talk with Blaise. It doesn't have to be a very lengthy conversation (it could be as little as 2-3 lines exchanged even!), just enough so the reader knows they are there. Because to be honest, I kinda forgot about Hermione and Ron and then it kinda floored me when I read that first portion of the last chapter when Hermione got all these lines and starts talking at length. It just kinda feels weird, in any story, for any characters to have little to no interaction with anyone in the first 95 percent of the story to just suddenly come out of left field and just start, participating, you know (I understand that the characters in question are two of the original trio but still...it just didn't read right to me.)?
Also, maybe you should reconsider re-doing the portion of the story where the Death Eaters invade the camp, to Ginny's interaction with Bellatrix Lestrange. I'm sure you can do better, and I mean that as a compliment...really, because while the writing during that part of the story might be adequate, well, more than adequate for a lot of writers...I'm sure that you're capable of writing it out a little better. I felt there could've been more description...that the action around Ginny could've been illustrated more vividly.
Besides this, I really don't know what else to critique at the moment. These are the two things that stick out in my mind the most...
I really hope my critique doesn't get you all mad and ready to kill me lol... It wasn't a bad way to end your 200,0 word saga, and most of my qualms about Bridging the Gap has to do with the first half of it, and not the end (I love your epilogue! You shouldn't have to touch it, I'd say)... but long story short, I felt At War End was like a 12 out of 10 and for me, Bridging the Gap had somehow fell short of the bar you've set for yourself...(8 out of 10, I'd say).
At any rate, I'd just like to say thanks for the read...and as a reader who's always looking for something good to read, I appreciate the hard work you put into this fic.. (5 years..my god! To have a fanfic that started before OOTP and ends after DH...that's just mind boggling to me)
Great job! )
| Go10 chapter 13 . 11/16/2007
Congratulations. You've succeeded the first fanfiction to make me really, really confused. I don't think I've ever read a fanfic this mysterious and complicated before.
I mean this as a compliment. I'm going to read on...
All I have to say is that there better be a good explanation behind the avada kedavr-ing...