|Reviews for Surreality|
| Allen's Matchmaker chapter 13 . 3/8
Amazing. You blew my breath away. Is there a sequel, and if not, will there be a sequel? I certainly hope so.
To anyone reading at reviews to see if this story is what is says to be, be assured that it is more than what it said to be.
| Sam68 chapter 13 . 3/5
OMG! This story was so amazing! I think you should really make more chapters of this. This CAN NOT BE THE END! And maybe Harry could not wake up one night because of how strong Voldemort became. Just an additional option!
| Sam68 chapter 1 . 2/14
This story is awesome! Just one thing; in the dream, Harry seems more like an eight year old. How old is he supposed to be?
| Anna chapter 13 . 12/30/2013
LOVE IT! Awesome:)
| Guest chapter 1 . 9/18/2013
| Lily-Magnolia chapter 13 . 7/29/2013
"You are still growing up, Mr. Potter," Snape said, a curiously tender note in his tone.
Aww. And lol when Harry teased Severus about it being hard, hehe. Wonderful shortie, thanks for sharing!
| Lily-Magnolia chapter 12 . 7/29/2013
Lolol, Hermione and Rom are so made for each other, bickering like a couple of married old people. And Albus, really? You sneaky snakey slithering old coot!
| Lily-Magnolia chapter 10 . 7/29/2013
Amazing that Severus did not have a shout fest at Harry for intruding his memory.
| Lily-Magnolia chapter 6 . 7/28/2013
Poor Harry, it seems that escaping to the dreamland is way better than staying alive in real world. Ron is a hero, for once! Whoop whoop!
| d1x1lady chapter 13 . 7/15/2013
Great story! I love your writing.
| Celin chapter 13 . 7/4/2013
Your story was simply... fantastic.
I like plots with a mentor-like-Snape, but most of them all are so extremly exaggerated. But yours... I am dumbfounded. Really.
The way you discribe a future which could have been happening - if not because of Voldemort - was so lovely to read. How you discribed Lily, James, Sirius and Remus; their love to Harry, their concerns about him; how they can also be angry due to something trivial he had done; their carefree behavior; the jokes about little things like "There is a doe in our kitchen again!"... it all gave me a feeling of satisfaction - for Harry.
But then - and I admire how you managed that - the whole time I knew something was wrong about these dreams, and I wanted to tell Harry my uneasy feeling - but I couldn't. I didn't want him to stop something so... only "happy" for him. So I read every dream with both joy and a bitter aftertaste of knowing what he will feel when he'll wakes up.
These feelings of loss and depair and the whole situation you discribed even made some tears leave my eyes from time to time.
I really liked how the characters behaved and that you concentrated on the importend ones and didn't add new characters/Mary Sues and characters who don't behave like they should.
The relationship between Snape and Harry progressed in an total eased feeling for me. It didn't go too fast, and it didn't take too long. There was some resistance on both of their sides at the beginning, but who would have not? I also like how Snape doesn't turn in some nice person only because he likes Harry better now than before - but he did soften a little
One last word... Dumbledore! At first I coudn't belived it! But after some little thought and reading through the chapter, I realised that it could be something, which the original Dumbledore would do.
It could have been a possible alternative of Harry's sixth year and - I really loved it!
| aredhela82 chapter 13 . 12/27/2012
That was really great story! Thank you :)
| forTheLoveOfHades chapter 13 . 12/14/2012
| riverrat chapter 13 . 7/16/2012
Great story. I really enjoyed this well thought out plot. Now on to the sequel...
| Nazgurl chapter 7 . 6/16/2012
Awwww, fluff! Gotta love fluff.