|Reviews for Make A Wish|
| Lavonya chapter 48 . 1/2
| Lavonya chapter 13 . 1/1
I just love this... Oh man... You are amazing!
| Lavonya chapter 12 . 1/1
Only... Harry... Haaaaaaahaaaaaahaaaaaa...
| Lavonya chapter 10 . 1/1
OH God.. Poor Harry... Haaaaaahaaaaaaahaaaaaaa... Oh God...
| Lavonya chapter 9 . 1/1
This is THEE best story with humor of all time!
| Lavonya chapter 8 . 1/1
This is straight up humor... Haaaaahaaaaaahaaaaa... I've never laughed so hard in my life... Oh God... Haaaaahaaaaaahaaaaa... You are the best writer of gen fics EVER!
| Lavonya chapter 6 . 1/1
Oh my god… You are turning Harry into a smart scary guy… Haaahaaaahaaa… Oh god…
| Lavonya chapter 4 . 1/1
I LOVE THIS STORY!
| FranticFangirlingFox1718 chapter 50 . 12/27/2015
You wrote old soilders never die too!
I LOVE YOUR FICS!
| GodricGeoffreyGryffindor chapter 45 . 12/26/2015
Right ventricle? I had to read that twice. The first time I was almost sure it said right testicle.
| GodricGeoffreyGryffindor chapter 42 . 12/26/2015
Re the A/N about Dumbledore: It would be hard to imagine anyone that is more of a control freak than Dumbledore. He holds the three most influential posts in the Wizarding world, has his own secret organization of spies that he heads in addition, and withholds information from his allies and underlings (especially but not limited to Harry) as much as possible while seeking further information like a junkie willing to sacrifice anything and anyone for his next fix of data. Furthermore he's been in power for years and years, all the while he's been totally ineffective in preventing the imminent collapse of his society. The only thing that prevented a total disaster during the first Voldemort uprising was the destruction of Voldemort himself for which he can claim no credit whatsoever. The only way his actions can reasonably be explained is that he truly believes in the prophesy and furthermore believes that Harry Potter has to be sacrificed in order for Voldemort to die. That's why he doesn't even try to get Harry's scar treated and he doesn't even try to train Harry enough to truly survive a duel against Voldemort. He's also convinced that nobody else can do anything against Voldemort until Harry does die. That's why he doesn't make a concerted effort to go after him and trap him, capture him or kill him. Apparently it never occurs to him that Voldemort without a body is unable to lead the Death Eaters and therefore depriving him of his current body is not a goal worth pursuing. Albus is also an egomaniac. Despite being completely ineffectual against Voldemort he's managed to become so influential that nobody in his entire society questions his decisions any more, and hasn't for a couple of generations. He uses his political capital only to enhance his own prestige, never to actually change society for the better. Albus is also neglectful of his duties, which is another major reason why his society is in shambles. He sits in his headmaster's tower all day conversing with the portraits and Fawkes while Minerva does the day-to-day administration of Hogwarts (while she neglects her own duties as head of Gryffindor House) and manages to ignore the need to reform werewolf laws and other such injustices, ensure justice for Sirius by writing a writ of Habeas Corpus, and adequately represent British Wizarding society at the ICW. He doesn't even notice how unfair his own staff is being in their discipline of the students, and how poor their teaching techniques are. Lastly, Albus is completely oblivious to the needs and desires of others. He pays lip service to taking Harry's needs into account, but he utterly fails to prevent a cult from growing up around the BWL, despite the fact that he has removed Harry from the Wizarding world. He also fails to lift a finger against all the unfair rumors and accusations against Harry in his own school. He never even tries to find out how bad things are with the Dursleys or with Snape, let alone intervene. He even forces Harry to take Occlumency lessons from Snape against his strenuous objections even though there must obviously be others that can teach him, and even though trust is an obvious prerequisite for successful tutelage. Even after Sirius escapes and Pettigrew is discovered to be alive he makes no effort to try to clear his name, forcing him to live as a prisoner in his own house. The most he's willing to do is to cover for Harry and Hermione when they use a time turner to allow him to escape on the back of a Hippogriff. Albus Dumbledore conspiracy theories are popular precisely because they are so much more plausible than the wise, grandfatherly image that JKR portrays. Despite a benign and humble surface appearance, Dumbledore shows by his actions that he is not a trustworthy person, and he is at best foolish, arrogant and neglectful, at worst highly manipulative, selfish and even malicious. Even by your own admission you have to posit that Dumbledore finally gets a clue (forcefully applied to his head and/or his posterior) to justify his actions at all.
| GodricGeoffreyGryffindor chapter 41 . 12/26/2015
Mr. Black incapacitated and removed Death Eaters, not dementors, and they were in Knockturn Alley, not Diagon Alley.
| GodricGeoffreyGryffindor chapter 10 . 12/25/2015
You have a shopkeeper in Rome calling Harry by his first name, but he's traveling under the name Mr. Black (no first name).
| GodricGeoffreyGryffindor chapter 7 . 12/25/2015
Holey City? Is that a bad joke? Surely you know how to spell Holy.
This chapter needs to be reformatted to get rid of all the extraneous paragraph separations in mid-sentence.
| Katzztar chapter 39 . 12/25/2015
LOL love the last scene with Harry meeting an actual Grim Reaper and was so nonchalant about it. Better, it was Grim from the Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy.
I loved how Grim knew about the agent and Mr. Black and played along with the rumors of Black XD