|Reviews for Soul Scars|
| Sined chapter 52 . 9/20
It's been a year. Are you still here, and will you continue this fic ?
| shade656 chapter 7 . 8/24
Why is Susan sending a letter to her aunt with Hedwig? In chapter 1 you wrote that Amelia gifted Susan with an owl named Archimedes.
| shade656 chapter 7 . 8/24
| Guest chapter 53 . 8/10
You live alright. You just don't write anymore. Too bad because you really are good! I know that your family comes first, as they should. I just hope that you will find time to write in the future. Best wishes.
| Mionefan chapter 24 . 8/1
I'm of a mind to abandon this story once more. Daphne/s father should be properly put in his place by Harry for what he stands for, but since it's your story, I'll let you tell it your way.
| LordHadesinTartarus chapter 42 . 7/15
So if Wormtail was stunned - how did he magically awaken, turn into a rat, and escape? The spell can obviously wear off; however, I wasn't aware that it did so in seconds.
| LordHadesinTartarus chapter 24 . 7/14
I keep seeing the whole "women have no power in the wizarding world" trope, and it seriously bugs me. There's no basis for it in canon - as several of the highest offices are held by women (Umbridge - evil though she is does hold an important office, Madame Bones - head of the DMLE, Griselda Marchbanks - the magical equivalent of the secretary of education, etc.). There's also no basis for it in real life - with exception to Greece, Rome, and Russia most of Europe has had women inherit titles for centuries. There were plenty of queens, baronesses, duchesses, etc. who were either widows or simply heiresses who ruled without aid or marriage. If we're talking more modern traditions - heiresses in Europe increased in power dramatically over the course of the 18th and 19th centuries (the vague time period that the magical world seems to be set in). If you're talking ancient traditions, then assuming we're talking England, the traditions of the Celts would apply - and the Celts largely considered women to be equal (they could inherit, own property, operate businesses, and some even fought).
| wiebenor chapter 53 . 6/3
WOW! Almost wish that it was separated into separate books instead of using the "omnibus" style of writing, as I prefer each story in a series to have it's own name and cover, if for no other reason than having a library of individually tagged and searchable books, BUT, all that said, this is a bit different way of writing canon events than I'm used to... Seriously, it feels different than the usual one-off "covering only 1 year and give up" kinda stories I've read recently, and I seriously hope the author continues this story, because, again, WOW!
Definitely worth a follow in 2023, since the last update of the story was in 2022, assuming that the writer is still alive and kicking, although, if someone is reading this in 2033 or something, and it's still 2022,then definitely don't bother
Seriously, it's not necessarily worth waiting 10 years for an update, but 3 years should be doable if you don't mind possibly having to reread some or all of the book(remember, author has claimed that the last few chapters needed 2-3 years apiece, to write)
Kudos to the writer of this book, and I hope you NEVER give up on this book/story... I've seen plenty of stories that well, let's just say that even though they are flushed out as much as this story, a few of them haven't been updated since the late 2000s or early 2010s which irks me when they're such good works, which is why I'm glad this has such a recent update date...
Definitely following the story
| S. S. Shadow chapter 53 . 4/20
Just finished binge reading up to this point. This is such an incredible story you’re doing, and I’m enjoying every word of it.
The only thing I’d like to strongly suggest, which you can obviously ignore if you want, would be to go back through the chapters, and put actual, physical line breaks in between scene changes.
It gets a little discerning to be reading one scene, and suddenly the next line has us jumping to another one.
I think it would make the story easier to read overall, and would help to break the chapters up a little more. Regardless, I’ll be continuing to read either way, and really hope to see more from you soon.
| PercyNine-Nine chapter 3 . 4/6
Harry's behaviour changed a lot in a short period of time(1 day)
Abused children don't change so fast
| Sailor Ukyo chapter 1 . 3/22
HughJasz, why don't you try writing a original Harry Potter story yourself instead of constantly complaining how you don't like how a character acts
| Edboyz chapter 1 . 3/22
Absolutely love your story and can't wait for more!
| Teh P chapter 53 . 3/20
Just found out your story and I have to say, it's one awesome plot!
Soul bound of four people, it's great and you got me hooked, couldn't stop reading!
Hope that your life is good and to see the next chapter soon!
| jimmy.oz chapter 50 . 3/16
Really is good so far but needs more updates.
| HughJasz chapter 24 . 3/7
The plot around the Greegrasses makes no sense. Cyril literally basically mentioned that Soul Bonded people are literally made for one another. Romance is guaranteed and so is their marriage essentially. What's the point of including the pressure in the first place? To anyone with half a brain it's essentially already happened by your own rules so what's his problem?
I'm tired to these played out dramatic tropes. The blatant virtue signaling about "sexism" in your own interpretation of the HP world - not cannon - is beyond annoying as well. Harry despite having all this power and knowledge and with him supposedly getting better is still the weakest member of their group. I have no idea why any of the girls would like him at all unless the bond somehow forced it upon them.
I've given this story more than a generous chance to get better over time. This story is just plain bad.