|Reviews for Coven of The Rose|
| YeCatsJ chapter 14 . 8/18
That was hilarious! Well done!
| Rebmul chapter 14 . 7/31
oh my god I was laughing so hard I was crying
| Rebmul chapter 2 . 7/30
oh god this is awesome I wonder if there will be a pairing
| Guest chapter 4 . 6/2
I would love to see what Mrs Figg would do if Dumbles harmed one of her precious Cats... and Filch for that matter. I doubt he would be please if he heard Dumbles harmed a cat that belonged to a fellow Squib.
| Runecutter chapter 4 . 5/26
Surry - Surrey!
cause Squirls to spontianiously cumbust - squirrels, spontaneously and combust
the Dursley's recieved - the Dursleys received...
"he spotted one of the neighbors, nose little darlings" - neighbours' little nosey darlings
the Dursley's junk - the Dursleys' junk
his conscious kicked him - conscience (and that is true also another time a few lines later!)
he stepped out side - outside
He didn't them to sleep - He didn't want them to ...
"he was using to much magic to apperated" - he was using too much magic to apparate...
covered in course little hairs - coarse!
the twins have placed a life like Potter sign in their window - lifelike
Actually these pranks are fine. Should start to turn everybody against Dumbledore's insanity soon.
| Runecutter chapter 3 . 5/26
Rita got hers and now lives in relative piece - peace
Fudge grasped for power for nearly fifty years? That may be correct, but is slightly misleading as he wasn't even Minister for fifteen years. when Voldemort fell and during the Deatheater courts Madam Bagnold was still sitting in that office
"the blonde haired man" - blond is already a haircolor, so "haired" is unnecessary. Additionally BlondE is referring to a woman with blond hair. So it should read "the blond man" or "the fair haired man" or maybe silver(platinum) haired...
his skull was to thick - too
Why would anybody see a problem in how Harry "punished" Fudge or Skeeter? if anything it was tamer than what a deranged, delusional madman would probably see as adequate penalty... and it can't be possible for anyone in the Order to see either of these morons as innocent and undeserving of public humiliation.
Is this once more your balancing act between cracking it up to eleven and staying halfways in the realm of realistic story? It ends up being neither, which is a pity.
| Runecutter chapter 2 . 5/26
Harry looked won and smiled - down not won
Fawks - Fawkes. Like the dude that wanted to blow up the Parliament in the Fifth of November "gunpowder plot" ... Remember, remember!
Merlin did not live "over 2000 years ago"... most often the Arthur myths are located in 7th century Britain (that is 600-699) and anywhere between 500 and 1000 CE is quite common as a timeframe. Rowling botched it by making Merlin a 13th/14th century student in Slytherin, but you go the other way to way before "0"...
Alister - the name is ALASTOR Moody, Alister and similar spellings are what the scots write down when they hear "Alexander", Alastor was a figure in greek mythology that had the role of a guardian... exactly what an Auror should be like.
Rita Skitter - Skeeter. As in slang for "mosquito" or a sort of bug.
Beyond spelling... I'm a bit confused... you seem to extremely switch between crack fic and serious revenge fic... It would be nice if the story stayed with either extreme as it would be easier to follow and better to read...
| Runecutter chapter 1 . 5/26
The Convient Hidding Place oo Revised - convenient hiding place
Dursley's - Dursleys
Syble Tellaway - Sibyl Trelawney
Vertasium - Veritaserum
I guess "convenient" describes it well enough... weird way to end up in Azkaban, weirder way to get out (Nicolas Flamel just waltzing as astral projection into his cell? What a coincidence...) and a very helpful bunch of snakes with a bit much of a sense of humor...
But as far as "Harry escapes from Azkaban and gets his revenge" stories go, not a bad attempt at all. Mostly even spelled well and with decent grammar, I've seen much worse out there. If at least a tiny bit of originality would slither into this tale sometime over the next chapters, it would be well worth the time spent on reading _
| Guest chapter 3 . 5/20
You're half right about snakes not having ears. Snake have no visible ear, so they don't hear sounds as we do. But it's not quite right to say that snakes are deaf. They have vestiges of the apparatus for hearing inside their heads, and that setup is attached to their jaw bones, so they feel vibrations very well and may hear low-frequency airborne sounds. (I didn't know this beforehand. I googled it because I was curious.)
| pwnij.inc chapter 14 . 4/28
| Perseus12 chapter 3 . 4/3
You reap what you sow, Albus Dumbledore.
| Paddybee chapter 1 . 3/28
Starts with interesting premise. Unfortunately degenerates into inane crap
| AndrewJohnGray chapter 8 . 2/14
love this story.
| Millie chapter 14 . 12/14/2016
Hysterical! Whether or not you are normally a humor writer or not with this insanity you achieved it. will check to see if you have more on line on the basis of this. thanks for a few hours of laughter.
| Mari Wollsch chapter 14 . 11/23/2016