|Reviews for A Song of Ice, Fire and Lightning|
| tiran187 chapter 49 . 1/19
Holy shit what a story! Looking forward to an update.
tho its a bit of a shame that most of his powers dont come from the HP magic. and well his morals have also gotten a bit (very much) skewed.
| Dunc4 chapter 39 . 1/16
The rest of story picked up again after chapter 16, but then these two chapters happened. I hope the author goes back and fixes them because they just roadblock an otherwise good story. Basically Harry tells Danaerys to let him kill all the red priests in the city without providing any context or reason, without explaining the atrocities he saw in the other temple, without bringing up the need to form a unified front against the others and how Rhollr isn’t getting the concept of enemy of my enemy. When she quite reasonably says no, rather than explaining himself or offering a better offer, he immediately jumps to violence and attacks her, for literally no reason whatsoever. He could have easily infiltrated the city that night and destroyed the temple and yet this needless conflict is created from nowhere. It makes Harry look like some toddler throwing a tantrum the minute someone says he can’t do something. Asshole protagonists can work if they are well written and consistent, but inconsistent dumb asshole protagonists just leave you wishing the main character meets a violent end.
| Guest chapter 49 . 1/16
This story is so good, I can’t wait to read more! I hope Hestia is okay.
| Darraiter chapter 3 . 1/15
I like how this is going so far. What doesn't convince me is the fact that there's a bookshop, like... Books in Westeros had to be copied by hand, rather than printing them, so making a book was both expensive and difficult. There's no point in having a shop that sells books so expensive only a few nobles can afford them. Also, it's the fact that most of the population might be illiterate, meaning that only nobles may actually buy books there
| Dunc4 chapter 18 . 1/16
This chapter was just bullshit. Sorry, story was great but this just doesn’t make sense. I legitimately thought Harry was under mind control for a good portion of it because no character could be that dumb naturally. I’ll try to keep reading but this is just so unnecessarily forced.
| Martin Grey chapter 18 . 1/15
okay... wtf... anyone with a shred of common sense would know that was a trap, that was just forced plot
| didyousaytim chapter 49 . 1/12
well done. liked end of battle, feast, broken armies, and lead in to Search for Hestia
| didyousaytim chapter 47 . 1/12
what about transfiguring arrows to birds. avis? or if they went back at enemy, the startving soldiers might just drop swords and grab a meal... lol.
| didyousaytim chapter 36 . 1/11
great story, Hestia. love it. Broon was good addition. Contest had everythung but prizes... from treasure.
have only seen 80 percent of GoT, curious about Blavk Goat.
| didyousaytim chapter 25 . 1/11
thanks for taking care of house frey. nasty piece of work. Happy that Robb had advisora that wouldnt just accept the bs of crippling your house for a toll.
| didyousaytim chapter 19 . 1/10
Great getting thru the trap, treason and treachery. Good group of survivors, Ned is a box and Ice. Glad Harry didnt pull a Sirius and do vengence first
| didyousaytim chapter 8 . 1/10
really tight story, writing, use of characters, magic, reveals, honor, etc.
definitely Harry and his pair of sentient partnrrs are keeping it together. like knight rather than sellsword idea since circumstances worked out. thank goodness Jon wont start on the wall
| didyousaytim chapter 1 . 1/10
what a great borrower. and creative force weaving it together.
| Scabb chapter 49 . 1/8
Damn what a story. I’ve been reading all of your stuff for a while and it’s really good, this especially. I’m partial to the original but uno. Anyway, great stuff mate, can’t wait!
| Guest chapter 31 . 1/7
Is this story still going?