|Reviews for Lucius Malfoy's Favorite Charity|
| Athalanta chapter 21 . 10/16/2013
I guess people are too busy searching for more (it is rather an abrupt ending) to be able to stop and give a review.
| fojee chapter 21 . 9/27/2010
I like how your story slides in and out of canon. Also, the quotes you used from the book aren't often quoted, and they are given such an excellent context. I like this Malfoy, though as always, he looks to his own interests first. Funny, clever, imaginative and all too brief!
| apathetica chapter 21 . 9/12/2009
I very much enjoyed this story. I don't know why it doesn't have more reviews. Thanks for writing and finishing it. Cannon depicts Narcissa and Draco as feeling real people, but Lucius always remains a typical two dimensional villain. I like the humanity you've given him in this story.
Was Quirell another richard, intentionally spawned by the dark lord for the very purpose he served? A chilling thought, certainly.
If you had continued this story, would richard have eventually met his end at the hands of the dementors as the seer Delphi foretold?
Again, a applaud this story. Thank you.
| Luiniliel chapter 21 . 7/29/2009
Initially I was not sure what to expect of this story. I assumed it would be something akin to documenting the political maneuverings of the Malfoy family.
I was wrong.
The character expressed through Lucius seemed genuine and far more likable and HUMAN than most other accounts of him I have come across. The interaction of the Malfoy family with Richard fit them so well, and all individually, there was not a grouping of personalities like some authors do. "Oh, they're all Malfoy's and so they are snobbish and fashionable" to give an example.
Even if Lucius is likable he is still villainous and the final chapter of this story has me wanting more.
The original character Richard fits very well into the HP universe. His story needs to be told further.
I personally believe that the dishes can wait and that if children are complaining then they can wash the dishes themselves. hahaha.
If at all possible this story needs to continue just to see the machinations of Lucius play out with Richard involved somehow.
| Arsinoe de Blassenville chapter 21 . 6/15/2009
This was really a lovely story. I enjoyed it so much. Your daughters are wrong, and they should wash the dishes themselves.
| Kamp chapter 21 . 5/1/2009
i love your lucius. his boredom at the meeting. and his own personal musings. his plotting. it really works with that line from the book.
| Kamp chapter 8 . 3/21/2009
lol. i lkove how richard and draco interact.
| Kamp chapter 5 . 3/21/2009
just so you know, i am enjoying this story immensely. i adore richard and his interactions with malfoy. i also thought you brought up some interesting points earlier, regarding the influence of the muggle world on the magical one. it all starts so small, but they quickly lead to worse things. it is easier to understand the death eater pov of muggles hurting the wizarding world, by mentioning all of these little things, then by saying they're "animals". i love their pranks. and i like the idea of the mungo students having their own little thing; and the teacher's choosing to look the other way; how it's not mean-spirited and bias, but silly and understanding.
| duj chapter 6 . 7/6/2006
Of course they wouldn't know "Murtlap-breath" marked her as a witch, not a Muggle. And her choice of coins didn't raise suspicions either...
| duj chapter 5 . 7/2/2006
Hogwarts is a really poor school; I don't know why any parents would send their kids there if there was a choice. I've often wondered why Hermione needed a Time Turner (allegedly a very rare grant) to study enough third year subjects to get 11 OWLs when Bill and Percy managed to get 12 each, presumably without a Time Turner.
The pranks sound fairly sanitised, not nasty like the twins' pranks tend to be. There's no indication in canon (CoS, ch 12, The Polyjuice Potion) that the Slytherin common room abuts the lake and can be spied on from there.
| Luna Moonlight Fawn chapter 4 . 7/2/2006
Great story with lots of humour I like it:) Keep up the great work and update as soon as you possibly can:) May you be blessed with inspiration and have fun writing:)
Have a nice summer and bye for now:)
| duj chapter 4 . 7/1/2006
No walnuts? A Merlin?
Does this chapter mark a change in narrative viewpoint from Lucius's to Richard's or are you planning to show every incident from both sides now?
| duj chapter 3 . 6/18/2006
What will happen when Lucius has to choose between the Dark Lord and Richard? Surely the time will eventually come.
Kudos on an original plot sourced directly from a canon one-liner and an original character/relationship that extends the Potter-verse in unexpected but plausible ways.
| duj chapter 2 . 6/18/2006
Lucius does seem to be really enjoying his visits with Richard. Perhaps even more than the time he spends with Draco, as Richard isn't whiny and spoilt and appreciates every little thing so much more. I notice he hasn't been comparing Richard's progress with Voldie's expectations nearly as much as in ch 1.
| duj chapter 1 . 6/18/2006
I'm guessing that Richard is the Dark lord's heir, because surely Voldie wouldn't care about him naming himself "Goodfellow" if he's only being raised up to be a human sacrifice or something... Lucius was rather lucky that nobody started spreading rumours that Richard was his own child, especially at the trial when everyone thought him an evil Death Eater. Does Narcissa suspect him of some such thing or is it justa more generalised jealousy?