|Reviews for Harry Potter and the Phoenix's Flight|
| Snake of Medusa chapter 49 . 4/10/2007
Oh my Gawd, this story is amazing! There are so many scenes that really touched me, this is definetily going into my fav stories list!
BTW, any chance of Draco becoming Moody's apprentice? Heh, the image of Draco bellowing out "CONSTANT VIGILANCE!" is going to brighten up the rest of my day. _
Two thumbs and a hot potato!
| mikomi bansiki chapter 2 . 4/9/2007
rye bread! bwa ha ha! that was great! i'm going to copy all of the rest of this series onto my computer to enjoy later. thanks!
| Tyred chapter 49 . 3/9/2007
Atta girl! _ I have to say, reading your story has been a pleasure from start to finish- nay, not a pleasure- a PRIVILEGE. Excellent flow, excellent diction, excellent storyline, excellent characterization- repetition for emphasis if you will...
I found your story to be one of the best here on and will gladly continue reading! Keep up the fabulous work!
| Kirinin chapter 23 . 1/25/2007
Again, more or less marking my place with a review! Uhm... it's still very good. I have noticed many different stories where Malfoy's family is related to veela, but none where that was considered to be any detriment to their family name. It's good that you've done so; every advantage needs a mirror-image disadvantage to balance it out.
I have to say, though, that "Peeves's face fell instantly. He had never looked so shocked in his life" is an odd turn of phrase in regards to a dead guy, but that's a small, nitpicky thing...
| hemotem chapter 49 . 1/24/2007
Great Story I am hopefull there will be a seqel )
| Sangemaru chapter 11 . 1/20/2007
A piece of paper with 'apple' on it :) Mwahahaha.
| net chapter 49 . 1/6/2007
That was amazing! One of the best Harry Potter fanfics I've read.
The chapter were the fight Blaise and his group and when Ron suggested eating Neville had me doubled over laughing in my chair :)
When I started reading the Siege of Hogwarts chapters I couldn't stop, they were so well written. I actually thought that Snape had turned on Harry there for a second, nice touch.
I'm so glad you wrote this.
| Kirinin chapter 19 . 1/6/2007
Stopping reading now, and more or less marking my place with a review.
So far, the only thing I haven't thoroughly enjoyed about this story was the reconciliation between Draco and Harry. Don't get me wrong, I really like them as friends, and I think it fits. It's just that it seemed a bit sudden, here, as if each boy was just waiting for the other to give over.
I like the mystery you're building here with Severus's clumsiness (or bad luck, or whatever else you'd like to call it), the bond between Snape and Harry, Alrister and his disappearance, the two women light and dark (nice, a touch of the legendary, there) and Harry's missing timeframe.
| Kirinin chapter 12 . 1/6/2007
I just don't trust Alrister, and it's not just because he's the new teacher of the year... even though he's not Defense, his charm seems a bit much...
...and I have definitely, totally read this story before, likely a very, very long time ago, as it's all more or less deja vous at this point.
I feel horrid about Draco Malfoy, and hope someone stands up for him soon... and the bit with the Hufflepuffs slamming the Slytherins was deliciously unexpected and wondrous. I am reminded of the thing I've seen on House Pride: 'Hufflepuff doesn't mean pushover.' Go Ernie! ;)
| Kirinin chapter 11 . 1/6/2007
You have a remarkable grasp of the absurd. The apple was brilliant. And from a third party (Snape) it certainly does sound like something Harry made up on the spot...
I'm intrigued by this new teacher and the new study of Pure Arts. ;)
| Kirinin chapter 8 . 1/6/2007
I adored the bit with the potato... and also the whole heart-spoon line. That's pretty much going to go down in Alan Rickman history, isn't it...?
| JustJotting chapter 49 . 1/5/2007
Amazing. Absolutely amazing. Thanks so much for such a great read - I was completely entralled from start to finish. You've got a wicked plot, great characterisation and just... wow... you're an amazing writer!
Right... think I've gushed enough now, lol. Thanks so much for sharing this.
| Kirinin chapter 2 . 1/1/2007
I definitely *have* read this before! But probably not the revised version. I'm sorry, I don't know if my review for chapter one came through or not, but basically I was expounding on your virtues. ;)
I like the 'lots o' metaphors' thing, but I'm not sure you need to include it. Harry thinking of a metaphor the first time is probably enough ("stopped by one thing"). If it is followed by the actual events - Harry dropping the stick into the mess and watching this small change alter everything - then it suffices without Harry's "why is my day filled with metaphors" speech. Especially if it is followed by "Professor Snape isn't happy". If you have faith in the intelligence of your readers, then you'll realize they'll continue to see the symbolism and they'll also realize that Harry continues to see it, too.
My two cents - if I were editing this chapter, that's what I'd do.
| Charlie Quill chapter 49 . 12/4/2006
BRAVO! Now I'm going to go investigate the rest of your writings!
| Hazelykins chapter 7 . 11/14/2006
I really enjoyed how you pulled off the fabled conversation-with-ambiguous-terms-that-Harry-"overhears." You gave just enough information, but withheld everything that would make it make any sense. Brava. ]