|Reviews for Knowledge is Power|
| Guest chapter 14 . 8/1
I liked the story till you made Harrison open up and made it about family and gave him emotions the story was good before that
| Nemesis Quill chapter 28 . 8/2
Only found this story recently, to find it had been abandoned. I may have read it in the past, but even if I haven't, this story is awesome and well thought out. You're a great writer, and I love reading Smart!Harry stories, especially when he is partnered with Hermione as I am not really keen on Harry/Ginny stories. I hope you either continue writing this story or do a complete rewrite.
| Kaylane Maciel d chapter 1 . 7/23
Amei vou ler tudo e teminar mais rápido que conseguir .
Gostaria de perguntar se posso traduzir ? para um app, é claro mais seu perfil.
Tão criativo,tão bom.
Você me daria permissão para traduzir para o português de Brasil?
| Ironcoil chapter 28 . 7/4
Truly an amazing work, the fact that you had Harry’s father be the reason he loved halloween instead of lily is a stroke of genuis and one that i feel is unique. I knwo you said this story is abandoned so i do hope that with your improved writing abilities and imagination youll take a second run at this story. I could see it as one where it AU’s at the end of the chamber battle where the venom and tears break the seal along with whatever bindings Harry may have and he takes on a new and much more confident personality due to his fathers influence.
| Guest chapter 28 . 7/1
Harrison,what a stupid name.I don't know why some people changes the name harry and changes into harrison or Hadrian( which feels like overcompensating for some muscularity?). That ruined my interest for reading it.
| ROBERT-19588 chapter 5 . 6/20
| AwesomeX1103 chapter 1 . 5/27
I wanted to read this because the concept was interesting, but every time i read the word harrison i cringed so fucking hard.
| LokiLokana chapter 28 . 4/2
I really hope you do return to this because I love this Harry and the originality in it is staggering and just such a joy. But I also understand if you can’t.
| Runecutter chapter 3 . 1/29
Wait what? How do they need to track him down, surely Minerva would use the envelope she got sent back to seek out his residence.
Oh, this Harry is horrible. It is perfectly customary and not the least disrespectful to address children in primary education (up to age 12 in most of England) by their given name, although Hogwarts is represented as using secondary education traditions of using Mr/Ms and the last name. Being offended by that shows quite the immaturity and grumpyness that makes him less than sympathetic or impressive. It makes him look like a Draco that was told one thousand times too often how smart he was.
| Runecutter chapter 2 . 1/29
Of all the things getting irritable over "Harrison" chose the name of the PLACE? He knows he lives on an island with an insane number of weird, confusing or raunchy names? He grew up in a town named Little Whinging FFS...
I could understand if a well read almost teenager would be frustrated by how unhelpful and lacking in information that letter was, not telling anyhting about magic, the school or how to get these supplies, but that a settlement or manorhouse in England has a weird name is perfectly unconcerning cause it's so trivial.
Now that i've finished the chapter, Harry's response letter is even worse, not only does it sound like the work of a 15 or 17 year old not an 11 year old with slight maturity, it's also pretty arrogant about Larpers, with a weird hate of Star Wars cosplay. I think i'm disappointed of this "thinking" Harry, that he could not get composed a better reply, pointing out the shortcomings of contacting unsuspecting persons without any in depth information and just expect of them to accept the proposition with nothing to see or hold onto.
THEN Minerva should have made the connection to growing up with muggles not giving the boy a good preparation for this situation and that they should have handled him (just in case) as a muggleborn due to the headmasters "brilliant" plan. Her actual objections are pretty silly... the baby she delivered to Surrey was 18 months and had no conscious idea of magic either, how could that garner an expectation in her that he would grow up knowing everything about it? And seeing a child at that age for ... 20 minutes? Maybe? should not inform her impressions about their character for her anyway. (there is more like she did NOT deliver the child, Hagrid and Dumbledore did, but the weird "different" that gets her riled up is the worst bit of her reaction.)
| Bronze chapter 3 . 11/1/2022
So far, their meeting isn't going at all how McGonagall expected it to. I dare say even a certain old man would be hard pressed to get any other response from Harrison though. Harrison may very well get along with Snape in this story however, I've always questioned where the man's true loyalty lay. I'm of a mind to say only with himself and no one else. Though Harrison's trust issues make it rather hard as to which House at Hogwash to place him in. I'll wait till the actual sorting to see which House and whether or not the Headmaster has tampered with the Hat to place Harrisom where HE wants him to go.
| Bronze chapter 2 . 11/1/2022
To the reader of course Harrison doesn't believe in nor know about magic. It's not like the Dursleys would've told him the truth about it and his true family if they'd kept him. And being in a mundane orphanage wouldn't help in that regard anyways. As to his having any faith in adults, considering how many times they've let him down, why would he? I expect his Hogwash years will be severely disappointing to him. The so-called best school in the world is lacking in too many classes to even matter! He'll be entering a world of Isolationists who refuse to acknowledge that the mundane world has anything to offer. They're stuck anywhere from 150 to 300 years in the past when compared to the mundane world. With no intention of ever moving anyway but backwards. For someone like this Harrison James Potter that's simply moronic to enter.
| Bronze chapter 1 . 11/1/2022
I doubt very much that Good Ole Fumblemort is in anyway shape or form ready for this Harrison Harry James Potter, I think it's safe to say that neither is Harrison Harry James Potter ready for Hogwash nor the magical world. Fumblemort likely has his plans all set out ready to implement for The Greater Good. That those plans call for the death of the last Potter is no great loss to the old meddler.
| A non mouse64 chapter 12 . 11/1/2022
This is long completed, but still... what a little dick!
"My life, my choice!" True enough for all of us, but the return question should be: "Indeed, Mr. Potter, but how will you make informed choices if you burn the information without even looking at it?"
| Tib chapter 28 . 10/28/2022
Hmm, pity you decided to stop. I wonder if the twins are the way to discover wormtail? Harrison may not want anything to do with Ron, but the twins talking about scabbers might lead to James' soul being suspicious. With James' soul already a part of Harry's, would there even be a way for Voldermort's horcrux to latch on to Harry? Since there was no pain in Quirrel's presence maybe not. The occlumency barriers could have stopped the pain. Even if there isn't one in Harrison what about the other horcruxes? Either way, assuming the headmaster knows about them will Dumbledore risk not telling Harry? I really enjoyed what you've written so far. My only "negative nancy" comment would concern Hagrid. He's always been one of my favorite characters even if he can't keep a secret. It's just disappointing not to see him be part of Harrison's life, but maybe that could have changed in the future. Maybe some day we'll find out