|Reviews for The Hidden Hero|
| Jimbocous chapter 35 . 11/29/2013
Very nicely written and unusual story, from top to bottom. Thanks for a great read!
| CuriousGuest chapter 26 . 11/25/2013
They should all recieve death sentences. Albus should have no say in this matter as he is the reason Harry lived the way he did. It's the first fic in which I'm all for Voldy killing the entire society.
| Very good story chapter 36 . 11/23/2013
Sorry about the comments that I posted under my username, Xuan Tian Shang Ti. I was being a bit of a prat then. You wrote an amazing story and I'm sad to see it end.
| Xuan Tian Shang Ti chapter 18 . 11/23/2013
Fine, I take it back...well done.
| Xuan Tian Shang Ti chapter 15 . 11/23/2013
I have kept silent so far but now I will not. WHY IS HE IN THE BLEEDING GOBLET? You're going to say that Crouch Jr. was interested in the boy unaffected by the Impirio curse, but who couldn't raise the Dark Lord with his blood? REALLY?!
| Christinelovbooks chapter 36 . 11/10/2013
OH MY MERLIN! How in the world have i not seen this AAAMMMMMAAAZZZIINNNNGGGG! fanfic?
I LOVE YOU! AND THIS STORY TOO!
| VoraciousReader99 chapter 36 . 11/4/2013
Alright I just say it right out that this entire was well written, but frustrating at the same time! DX I was like "Harry, just leave them for good! They don't deserve yooou!" Very aggravating. :) lol
| bluekitnaru chapter 36 . 11/3/2013
I like the story just not the end
| sisyphus1967 chapter 11 . 11/1/2013
I'm enjoying this story very much. I am confused about one thing though. If Mark is so interested in studying why did he take Divination? In canon Harry took it to be with Ron and Ron took it for the easy O. Why wouldn't Mark take something more challenging like Runes that he could use for wards to protect himself or something like that.
| TheLegendaryHotPotato chapter 1 . 10/28/2013
I am going to voice my opinion though I'm sure you don't need it. That was amazing! Great!
| AvidReader chapter 15 . 10/27/2013
One a/n a while back emphasized "suspension of disbelief" where readers had trouble with your plot devices. Left unsaid is that in order to allow suspension of disbelief a story must be internally consistent. It doesn't matter how oddball things get so long as a story can avoid contradicting itself. Where contradictions are frequent and or serious, you have continuity issues that cannot be simply disbelieved.
I've pointed out the problems with fake-Harry and with Harry's premature knowledge of the original prophecy. In this chapter, in the space of a few paragraphs, there are two serious continuity problems.
Why when leaving Dumbles, to go back in and impersonate his dad, would Harry attract the attention of everyone in the neighborhood by making noise when he could simply qpparate to the back door? Don't forget you have him both accidentally apparating to his school roof and then later consciously apparating from the Dursley's to the nearby major town!
Why would Dumbles bother going to see "Mark's" parents and yet NOT use legilimency on someone he thought a mere muggle?
That's it for me folks. I'm bailing on this to go look for a better-written story. :-)
| AvidReader chapter 12 . 10/27/2013
Serious non-sequitur where Harry's internal monologue considers that Dumbles only concer is for the "prophesized vanquisher of Voldemort." Harry cannot have had that thought before learning of the existence and content of the prophecy, which has not been discussed yet in this story and which doesn't occur in cannon until several years later. :-P
| AvidReader chapter 10 . 10/27/2013
Nonsense. An interesting concept, but fundamentally flawed execution. While a strong hidden Harry might be possible, it's rediculous to imagine that an unknown normal child could maintain his masquerade as Harry despite the legilimancy so freely practiced by Dumbles and Snape.
If, as portrayed, the fake was taken to Hogwarts ahead of all other students' arrival then it stands to reason that both Snape and Dumbles would have have legilimized him before the sorting took place. Certainly Snape, with his inherent hared of James' son, would have gone out of his way to meet him if only to have the opportunity to insult him. Mere presence combined with his hatred would certainly have driven Snape to mind-rape the boy. Knowing of the fraud, he would have made Dumbles aware of it. While D&S mighr consider keeping the secret to themselves to use him as bait for moldyshorts it's unlikely they would have done so since it would place a defenseless child (who was not the subject of prophecy) in extreme danger.
| slfullhotmail.c chapter 23 . 10/16/2013
I have loved reading your story The Hidden Hero. The first 23 chapters were brilliant.
| Guest chapter 23 . 10/16/2013
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