|Reviews for A Wand for Skitter|
| StarrySamurott chapter 121 . 5/23
Amazing work! Could barely put down this fic!
| Gazuzin chapter 121 . 5/21
Incredible fic, and what an amazing future, kudos
| SlickRCBD chapter 9 . 5/13
I was just rereading this and there is a minor nitpick I can't believe I missed the first time around.
Taylor says she had never ridden a train before. Considering she spent 3 years in Chicago, I find that very hard to believe that she never once rode the subway or the famous Elevated Trains ("The El" as it is commonly called there).
That is just the CTA (Chicago Transit Authority, the government body that runs the city bus and local train/subway) system local to Chicago. There are three train systems in Chicago. The CTA system which is local to the city, the Metra system which operates on a hub and spoke system servicing Chicago and the various suburbs, and the Amtrack system that provides long-distance passenger service across the country. You can take a train to New York or California from Union Station, and many other destination. I doubt given Taylor's probation she used that, but the El is a common way to get around.
I've lived in a Chicago suburb and Metra is my primary way of getting to The Loop, and from there I might take the El, or a CTA bus.
I just find it unbelievable that Taylor would never have taken a train while living in the city proper. Especially if she did not have a car and had to use public transportation. If she or the PRT building was anywhere near The Loop she probably rode the El or the subway at some point. The Loop is at the heart of the financial and commercial section of the city, along with City Hall, The Daily Center (where a courthouse is located, something a law enforcement officer should be familiar with) and many government facilities including the FBI and Federal Reserve just off the top of my head.
| Silvercry chapter 121 . 5/10
This might be the single best HP crossover story I’ve ever head. And I know FA about Worm.
And that ending was the cherry on the top.
| Luthien'sLight chapter 121 . 5/4
Absolutely, fantastically, insanely good. One of the best fics I've ever read. Anyone who finds themselves looking through the comments, trying to glean whether this story is worth reading... It most certainly is. I'm not sure I've ever read a better work, and am heartbroken it's over. Added to the favorites list!
| ironhair chapter 121 . 3/27
What an ending. Brilliant fic. Ty
| ironhair chapter 118 . 3/27
Extremely satisfying reread r.
Ty very very much.
| ironhair chapter 95 . 3/26
| ironhair chapter 91 . 3/26
Why didn't they think it could be someone else who killed Peter?
| ironhair chapter 26 . 3/23
This is a really good and well written fic. Page turner. Thank you.
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| zmanjz chapter 50 . 3/13
God that would be an excellent bruce campbell refrence if they were old enough to get the army of darkness quotes.
| Novicewriter 9907 chapter 121 . 3/12
One of my favourite
| Guest chapter 40 . 2/16
Quick history fact that you should use here: Rosa Parks fully intended to act in protest. Did she intend to be remembered to this day? by nations maybe not, but she was fully aware that an elderly woman being mistreated was worse optics for the bus city and the racist than young able-bodied man. I think we should all recognize her agency in this and not go look at the old black lady who just spontaneously decided she was tired of the bull shit she'd likely been tired of since she was ten.