|Reviews for Harry Potter: Air Elemental|
| ScrewballBRaine chapter 12 . 8/8
Surely Snape wouldn't have done anything to him? Given that he's dead?
| Eroldin chapter 6 . 7/26
Susan to HarryEven if girls are wrong, you'll rarely be told, so be happy I'm even admitting this much."
HarryYou know it's really unfair that you won't admit your problems but I'm supposed to share everything."
SusanThat's life, but I'll make it up to you later.
People, if this ever happens in your life, especially if your fidelity has been questioned (Susan thought Harry saw another girl), break up immediately. If your boy/girlfriend expects you to be 100% open but is not willing to do the same to you and would not (often) admit he/she was wrong, he/she is NOT worth it. Your partner partner is either toxic, or at least has toxic tendencies.
| LordHadesinTartarus chapter 11 . 7/13
I'm always very confused by this weird trope in fanfiction regarding blood feuds and the like; blood feuds are not, and have never been, formal or legal declarations in any culture. I don't know why they would somehow become such in a magical setting, let alone one which mimics late 18th century European culture. Duels have been legal in certain settings throughout the world, and they were reasonably common in the 17th through the early 20th centuries in Europe. By that token, I can understand duels being legal in the wizarding world; however, one generally couldn't challenge or engage in duels until they were considered a legal adult. It would be considered the height of dishonor and cowardice for an adult to fight a duel against a child (even if that child was 14-15, which was just a year shy of adulthood in most cultures until fairly recently). Sorry about the rant, but the Snape scene just really bothered me.
| LordHadesinTartarus chapter 7 . 7/12
I've always found it odd that Rowling had a kid with poor vision in a position on a team, where his sole job is to attempt to find a tiny object flying about at incredible speed. If Harry needs glasses to see in general and we never hear about him taking them off to read either (I'm nearsighted, I don't need my glasses to read and in fact I find it somewhat bothersome to read with my glasses on), then Harry's vision must be particularly poor. So him being a seeker to begin with makes no sense to me (glasses don't give one superior vision, they just equalize it to that of someone with perfectly normal vision - ie. 20-20), but making him eagle eyed and spotting the snitch when he's not even playing makes even less sense. I can wear my glasses and I'll be able to drive, shoot, etc.; they don't allow me to keep track of a hockey puck from the stands and snitches are in the air and even faster than a puck (pucks are often moving in excess of 90 mph).
| Epeefencer chapter 9 . 7/10
Sorry, I can't believe that Harry would be that oblivious as to what Mr Bones meant when he asked what Harry's intentions were.
| David McLeod chapter 19 . 7/8
Don't know why you'd need a review ... there are already so many glowing with praise. However, this story is perhaps one of the top five HP FanFictions I've read, and I've read many. It is well written with very few (and very minor) errors of grammar, syntax, etc. to distract the reader. Good conflict (and "conflict is the soul of fiction"). Utterly believable (and ability to suspend belief is critical to fiction). Good basis in "fact." (Yeah, consider Arthur Clarke's Third rule that any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.) The "science" of "magic" is presented in a sufficiently believable fashion. Contact me at . That address is checked ... randomly. Would like to hear from you. David
| Epeefencer chapter 15 . 7/4
Harry's grandparents were Fleamont and Euphemia, Charlus and Dorea were either his great grandparents or great great grandparents. Which one isn't made clear.
| Epeefencer chapter 2 . 6/12
Wondering why owls and Fawkes couldn't find Harry?
| alastorfenrinheil chapter 19 . 6/4
wonderful story. well written. amazing.
| pointer31091 chapter 1 . 5/31
As I understand it, swinging at a child's head with a skillet would be considered assault with a deadly weapon.
| Shirley Bain chapter 19 . 3/13
I know this is quite a bit after the story was published, but I wanted to say I really enjoyed this. I love Harry/Susan stories. Well done!
| reberebecca chapter 2 . 3/1
Davvero interessante finora e anche molto originale. Sono curiosa di come si svolgerà la storia
| reberebecca chapter 1 . 2/28
Spero davvero davvero che la situazione dei parenti di Harry si risolva. È una cosa mi mi infastidisce infinitamente come tutti gli adulti nella sua vita storcono i naso ai suoi abusi ma poi non fanno niente per aiutare. Niente! Nemmeno un consiglio o almeno gli insegnano come diventare più indipendente. Proprio niente. Anche i suoi cosiddetti migliori amici. Trovò assurdo come sorvolano sulle esigenze di Harry.
Questa storia è abbastanza promettente.
| Darknessdawns chapter 18 . 1/23
Well this story was just as fun to read my second time through. All my thoughts from my first review still stand, as well as the bit of confusion I noted in my second review. Anyway, I really like the idea of Harry being an elemental, or at least a partial. It's not something I see often and it takes the fandom in interesting directions. I also really like the idea of him being gifted or more with Runes. That's amusingly become one of my favorite plot devices. On the topic of Susan's family, I do like how her parents were part of the story. After all it's not established in canon that she's an orphan living with her Aunt. That's a wildly popular fandom assumption. All in all this is a great story and I definitely enjoyed reading it again.
| Darknessdawns chapter 13 . 1/22
I may be remembering things wrong, but didn't Harry meet the Granger's in chapter 1 when he walked Hermione to them? Here we are in chapter 13 and Mrs. Granger is introducing herself to Harry and he's replying like they've never met. It's just an odd bit of confusion I felt should be mentioned.