|Reviews for Even the Stars can be Moved|
| Muhaha999 chapter 1 . 2/22
Avada Kedaveda? Let me disagree, the Killing Spell is spelled (pun intended! :D) "Avada Kedavra".
P.S.: I know it's named Killing "Curse", but the pun wouldnt work that way...
| Tharini chapter 1 . 12/22/2013
'Tom is a Marvolo'? Marvolo was his maternal grandfather's first name...his surname is Gaunt...you should read the books properly before writing fanfiction...
| Sekowari chapter 35 . 4/13/2013
Oh god, words cannot describe how utterly mind-blowing this story is. Those final chapters, how everything tied together, it was just incredible. I'm going to go ahead and say that this is definitely the best TomxHermione fic I've ever read. I think what really made it so brilliant is the fact that it's not just a story about romance between the two; the plot itself is genius and is what sold it for me without a doubt. All the huge turning points, revealed truths and cliff hangers made my skin crawl! Not to mention that I read this while listening to cinematic trailer music, which just made everything 50x more intense. I will now sally forth onto the sequels. Thank you so much for this gem!
| IsaNox chapter 35 . 3/16/2013
Wow, I love it. It's perfect. I can't wait to read your sequel. I really wish Tom could have lived with Hermione, but I know that couldn't have happened.
| Blueclover67 chapter 35 . 11/27/2012
This was amazing! I'm debating whether I want to read the sequel or not, just because I don't see how it's possible for it to live up to this one! Even though I hated that they were doomed from the beginning. I always knew something was off about Dumbledore. In the seventh book, we start discovering that he was darker in his younger days and I never really thought he was the saint he was made out to be. I love that you made him the badguy in this and that you did it in such a way that it stuck to his canon character and I didn't ACTUALLY suspect it was him until the last chapter! Love, love love love LOVE this story! and the bit about Rowena and Salazar was brilliant as well. -
| Chocolat313 chapter 17 . 7/9/2012
I really love your story, and I find it particullarly well written, but there's just some point of detail that's been bothering me (it's nothing important actually, but it'd be a shame not to correct it)
I don't know if you did this on purpose, but Hermione and Tom's French isn't really accurate:
you'd rather translate "i lost my wand" by "j'ai perdu ma baguette" and "don't tell me what you had before" by "ne me dites pas ce que vous aviez avant" or "ne me donnez pas de description"
As a french reader, i noticed it, and it bothered me a little because it prevents the chapter from flowing as smoothly as it should (when you write something awesone, you have to live up to people expectation! xD)
(please forgive any english mistake i could have make, and thank you for writting such an amazing story )
| seniorforayear07 chapter 35 . 4/10/2012
You're an evil person leavin it off like that. Poot.. about to start the sequel even tho I should be sleeping. It's just too freakin enticing.
| Jeweled inferno chapter 24 . 1/21/2012
Hey great story so far.
Quick note about ravenclaw: this is the second time you've mentioned their colors. It's actually bronze and blue. None of the houses have a color in common, although ravenclaw and gryffindor come close with the gold/bronze.
So yeah. Not a big deal, just kind of irritating in the same way as a grain of sand in your sandal.
| Shebali chapter 35 . 9/6/2011
Such a lovely story, pure joy to read. And the best thing is, there's a second (and third!) part just waiting to be read into dead of night. Does that sound like a plan or what? :D
..also, I don't think I'll ever feel the same about lemon drops. That was just crazy.
| NeverGoodbyeRoxas chapter 1 . 2/27/2011
I had a good feeling about this story just from reading the title. It sounded oddly poetic, and how pleased I was to find that the prose would match its label. You write wonderfully. There wasn't a moment where I wasn't screaming out loud about my jealousy of this talent of yours. It's always a pleasure to find a story that actually takes into account the structure of writing, respects it enough to use it's strengths and weaknesses. Words and sentences aren't used simply to describe plot points and dialogue mundanely.
I love your analysis of Riddle's origins. It was complex and most importantly, contained development. I've read several other stories where he was some sort of Slytherin deity with tacked on emotions. His disgust with Muggleborns never seemed explained and instead remained shallow. But you started out with a strong frustration with the world's obsession with lineage and turned it into a well-honed hatred of the lack of control. And really, isn't that the personification of Voldemart, the fear of losing control? You described this beautifully in one of my favorite paragraphs:
"There was no other way. He would not be tossed about by the winds of fate. He would have the winds at his hand, and toss about others, those who had wronged him, those who would take the wind from his hands, everyone, perhaps, if he needed to."
This is what makes me smile as I read your words. I feel as if I'm learning something new about Riddle's character, but in a method that comes to an enjoyment.
| Pharies chapter 20 . 2/13/2011
As much as i love reading this story, it sort of bugs me that you say that Ravenclaw's colors are silver and blue, when in fact they are blue and gold. I would just like to know if this is just to go with the story, or if it is a mistake.
Don't get me wrong, the story is wonderful, and it would make sense if, for the purpose of the story, you made it silver instead of gold, but i would just like to know.
I am enjoying this story so far. I can't wait to find out next )
| Pharies chapter 11 . 2/10/2011
I can't help but laugh at the end of this chapter. I just had to tell you that )
| FaTcAtInAhAt chapter 22 . 11/14/2010
Your story amazes me. Absolutely, positively brilliant. Beyond words really. Im not a big Hr/t fan, but your title intrigued me and the first few chapters had me so floored i have been reading your story for literally hours. This chapter however, is a great turning point. I wish i had reviewed earlier but was so eager to read i simply forgot. But the legends and myths you've woven so beautifully into the plot made me need to give you praise. That, and i thought you might find it interesting that my legal name is Vasiliki, which is the Greek version of Vasilisa, and i never knew that until you mentioned that story. I had heard of it but never really looked into it much. Anyway, great freakin job. Im going to read the rest of this trilogy by the time deathly hallows part one is released, i am determined ) hope all is well
| ItY'girl chapter 35 . 10/9/2010
It was a wonderful story from beginning to end. Even now a tear escapes my eyes as I think of tom ans Hermione's tragic end, but in the end I find it fitting. Love stories that have a happy ending lose their romantic side, for it is the unfulfilled love that remains forever romantic.
I also liked the whole Dumbeldore conspiracy. I always thought that even though he didn't show it, Dumbeldore wasn't exactly the nice, smiling old man he seemed to be.
I'm curious about the sequel and I pray that it is written in the same wonderful style as I have seen before.
| ItY'girl chapter 16 . 10/8/2010
Again I feel the need to express my opinion with a review. The story turns our to be very... heavy let's say and I enjoy it. The passion you managed to capture in this chapter, the need that people experience for another when they come out of near death situations, it is perfect. I have really high expectations from this story and so far it hasn't disappointed me. Now, all I hope is that there will be enough things to keep my attention until the end.