|Reviews for Enough|
| mystpurge chapter 4 . 9/8
there is barely any actual story in this. most of it is just explaining useless things for no reason but to make the chapters longer
| Estelle Uzumaki chapter 8 . 8/29
I just read your story and loved it. I like to read a strong and free Harry.
| 20000 WPM chapter 8 . 8/24
I enjoyed your story. A different take on canon and a very good resolution.
| TiffersStar1989 chapter 8 . 8/4
Enjoy the story very well done thank you
| Corwyn chapter 8 . 7/27
I loved this story! Thank you for sharing it with us.
| Tania Game chapter 8 . 7/25
Such a great story! Loved the idea of the Room of requirement having a time delay, and harry really knew how to use it. Always wondered why Bill never had a larger role in the books, your story proves he would have been very helpful. Also love your Sirius. Thank you for a lovely story.
| NulledVoid chapter 8 . 7/25
| TBearTech chapter 8 . 7/12
Thank you for writing.
| Katzztar chapter 3 . 7/9
On rereading this in 2023, I realize there is a modern day example of idiot people being mislead by self-serving politician: Trump.
While he was in power when this was first posted. He was seen as mostly inept, but now, esp. after Jan 6 & with him intending to keep top secret files, the ...strength... of his cult following, it fits Harry's speech to Hermione about needing to question those in power, to keep an open mind, not trust blindly for the simple rule "They are older and in a position of power, therefore, should be followed" (which was Hermione's MOD until (least in books) she witnessed how corrupt or inept they were).
| Jane chapter 4 . 7/2
I see the word 'less' used incorrectly so often these days, both in writing and spoken, that it drives me absolutely batshit crazy. You're doing it too, so here is a heads up on the correct grammar so you can stop doing it. This is copied from Grammarly and pasted.
What’s the Difference between when to use 'Less' or 'Fewer'?
Cookies is a countable noun; it is possible to count cookies. Milk, on the other hand, is an uncountable noun; it is a liquid that we measure in terms of volume. Uncountable nouns are always singular, and are also called mass nouns.
Here’s a tip: A good way to test that a noun is truly uncountable is to try making a plural out of it.
Could you give Cookie Monster more milks to wash those down with?
That quick check confirms that milk is an uncountable noun.
Fewer means “not as many.” We use fewer with countable nouns like cookies.
Cookie Monster was told to eat fewer cookies.
Less means “not as much.” We use less with uncountable nouns like milk.
Could you give Cookie Monster less milk next time?
Most often, you will not have to be Sherlock Holmes to deduce whether a noun is countable or uncountable, thus the decision between less and fewer will be an effortless one.
If fewer people used disposable water bottles, there would be less plastic in landfills.
Molly has been drinking less water than she should on this dry day.
David makes fewer grammatical mistakes than the average person.
My new furniture leaves me with less space for yoga practice.
As the days passed, the rose had fewer petals left on it.
In these examples, determining the countability of the nouns involved was easy. People, grammatical mistakes, and petals are all countable nouns. As difficult as it would be to count all the people who use plastic water bottles, it would be possible to enumerate them because they are itemizable individuals.
Plastic, water, and space, on the other hand, are uncountable; we only describe them in quantities. To make them countable, we would be obliged to compartmentalize them in some way (e.g., pieces of plastic or glasses of water). Nouns that can be further defined and measured in this way make the distinction trickier. For example, here are two sentences with almost the same meaning, but one requires fewer while the other requires less.
Now that my commute is shorter, I use fewer gallons of gasoline each week.
Now that my commute is shorter, I use less gasoline each week.
In the first sentence, fewer is used with the countable compound noun gallons of gasoline. In the second, less is used with the uncountable noun gasoline.
| Duchess67 chapter 8 . 6/19
I thoroughly enjoyed this story. Thank you for sharing it.
| FairyofProtection chapter 2 . 6/17
They are frankly fairly stupid
| missgsmith51 chapter 1 . 4/14
Back in 1978, I went on a camping tour around Northern Europe with an adult group called Vikings. I think the company was based in Australia. Reading Harry’s description of the chores reminded me of my trip, which I hadn’t thought about in years. Even though Harry’s trip sounds more like wilderness camping than ours was, it definitely sounds like heaven compared to a regular Dursley summer!
| Alice Scarlett Knabel chapter 1 . 4/9
I like the idea for this fic but idk why hermione would spy on harry in cannon she may have been very trusting of authority but I think this would go too far in her mind
| Arturia LeFay chapter 7 . 4/9
the fuck Harry! the names of your teachers are too funny