|Reviews for Harry PotterGranger and the Philosopher's Stone|
| Absolutionism chapter 3 . 11/7/2014
The emotional reaction portrayed felt spot on for Harry. I'm hooked on this story already. Still wish the kids spoke less intelligently though.
| Absolutionism chapter 1 . 11/7/2014
Love the premise of the story so far, may be writing Harry's dialogue a little too sophisticatedly for a six year old, but otherwise I like it.
| Fanfiction4thewin-Blog chapter 2 . 9/1/2014
Someone who was abused would not Tell so easily and not to a stranger they just met
| ShikamaruNaraKibaNaruChunin chapter 18 . 8/10/2014
One of your best besides HG.
| Porphyrian chapter 18 . 7/25/2014
It seems I'm a little late to the party, but I just joined the site not too long ago and I'd like to give my input regardless. I think that the premise behind this story is absolutely amazing. Harry and Hermione always had a brother-sister relationship in the books anyway, this just makes it more concrete. I love how you've decided to write the whole series under this premise as well, and the way you've changed certain things the reflect this new situation is beautifully done. I haven't read a lot of HP fanfiction yet, but I can tell that this series is going to be one of my favorites for a long time to come. Well done.
| UsernmeInvalidGoAway chapter 7 . 6/10/2014
*gasps* are Hermione and Ron ACTUALLY having a conversation without having an argument? that is so weird
| UsernmeInvalidGoAway chapter 6 . 6/10/2014
the only one to what? Harry said "you're the only one who-" then stopped. the only one to what?! this is driving me crazy to know the only one who what! the only one who tasted a cheese cake? the only one who read while eating? the only one who what!?
| Random number generator chapter 7 . 6/3/2014
automated, reviewed report of spelling problems
'boook' should be 'book' (in chapter 14 "before she finally slammed the boook open on the table in front of")
'dumbeldore' should be 'Dumbledore' (in chapter 18 "one of my more brilliant ideas," Dumbeldore smiled broadly, before leaning")
I would be happy to run check like this for any story on on request by the author (just send me a PM).
| Random number generator chapter 6 . 6/3/2014
Hermione's parents again agree so easily that mind control is at least strongly implied.
| Monki-Neko chapter 2 . 2/14/2014
ugh, bastard dumbles is still more concerned that harry will "get a big head" after what he's gone through...really disgusts me.
| Longclaw 1-6 chapter 6 . 1/3/2014
Not bad, not bad at all. I've only seen the movies so that would explain some of the unfamiliar scenes.
| monbade chapter 7 . 12/9/2013
well just found this but when i got to this chapter and you have it Harry/Ginny i stopped reading. I dont care that its not Harry/hermione, i just cant stand the harry/ginny pairing.
good writing on what i saw
| Deathday Party Planner chapter 6 . 12/7/2013
Ok, now there has been a little more information, a demonstration, but you had to enter the shopping district through a seedy pub, Harry was mobbed by some pretty weird adults, and they have met one of their future professors who has such a large speech impediment as to make him nearly non-understandable, to say nothing about having the groundskeeper sent to recruit them in the first place. I'm sure Harry's vault was motivating but access to his wealth wasn't contingent on attendence. Once you elevate this story above a child's tale, I guess I don't see how you could get a muggleborn/raised to attend Hogwarts short of kidnapping
| Deathday Party Planner chapter 5 . 12/7/2013
I have enjoyed this story so far (Thank you for sharing your hard work with us) and I realize It's complete, however, after such a rambling disjointed introduction by Hagrid (not to mention some hairbrained accusation of being a magical), how could a rational parent do anything but ask him to leave any material on the school and Jane'd contact the school if they were interested. There was no demonstration, as is traditional in these type stories, to give any credence to the whole idea. They didn't even want to visit Hogwarts first? Check its ranking? Find out it's a boarding school!? Yes, I know you've got to get them to Hogwarts but if this was all it took to get them to commit to send their two children away for ten months of the year, I'm not sure how much of an upgrade Harry got on the orphanage wirh the Grangers.
| SeanHicks4 chapter 18 . 10/22/2013
Interesting AU, love the idea of Harry getting raised by the Grangers, moving on to year 2 then...